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Christmas Review | A Second Blessing

Hott Synopsis:

Abby is slowly putting her life back together after deciding that she wouldn’t live with a cheating husband the way that her mother did. She had to move from the town and house that she loved, uproot her children, and leave her best friend warming the bed Abby used to sleep in.

Now, with Christmas fast approaching and the kids off to visit their father on the other side of the country, Abby is looking forward to a little peace. Until her company gets a new contract and she’s whisked out of her holiday plans to help the little town of Blessing make it’s mark on the tourism map.

At least, there won’t be any interesting guys there…. well, except one.

Learn more at Life in Blessing

Hott Review:

What I liked: A cute Christmassy romance that’s full of fun & life.
What I didn’t like: There was a lot of foul language in this book that I really didn’t care for nor feel was necessary. It detracted from the book for me.


Author: Anne Keller
Source: Story Cartel Free Gift
Grade: B
Steam: Adult
Series: Life in Blessing Tales

Author Bio:

Anne Keller lives in Southern California with her two kids, elderly mother, older sister, two dogs, and two cats (but sorry, no partridge in a pear tree!). When not writing, she’s hopping down internet rabbit holes in search of elusive information, reading one of the many books waiting for her on her Kindle, or chasing her kids around.

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2 thoughts on “Christmas Review | A Second Blessing

    1. It was good but there was something missing for me. I don’t like emotional books but this one seemed a bit emotionless. I think it’s because it was mostly comprised of conversation & actions not thoughts & feelings.

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