Thursday, December 17, 2020

Holiday Book Review: Christmas at Holiday House


When Abby's best friend Lucy calls for a favor - Abby can't say no. Lucy's grandmother fell and broke her arm. She needs someone to stay with her while Lucy finishes up her job before she can come home for the holidays. It's perfect timing for Abby, who is just finishing up one job before she and her son move to a new city.

When she arrives, she realizes that Lucy's brother has rearranged his schedule and is now back in town. Ethan is thrilled that his grandmother is home alone in such a big house. Now that Abby's there, he's off the hook.

But the house needs to be decorated for events. Ethan gets pulled into helping and also spending time with Abby and her son. The more time he spends with them, the more he wishes that she wasn't moving to another town.
My Thoughts: I really enjoyed this romance. Lucy and Ethan's grandmother. She was funny and clever and tried her hand at matchmaking. I really enjoyed Ethan's budding relationship with Christopher. It was sweet and charming. I loved their moments together - especially the sledding. I enjoyed the moments between Lucy and José. I loved all the Christmas moments and the way the town came together to celebrate.  A very festive heartwarming read. 

Cover Thoughts: Charming, but doesn't match the book
Source: My library
Library Recommendation: A great Christmas romance for your collection.

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