Sunday, 21 May 2017

Carole's Sunday Review: Mistletoe at Moonglow


Author: Deborah Garner

Title: Mistletoe at Moonglow (Paige MacKenzie Mysteries #2.5)
Genre: Fiction
Pages: ebook
Published: November 2015
Where I Got It: My Shelf (Amazon Freebie)

A Christmas novella with cookie recipes included! 


The Timberton Hotel has always provided a perfect Christmas retreat for regular guests, as well as newcomers. But the small town of Timberton, Montana, hasn't been the same since resident chef and artist, Mist, arrived, bringing a unique new age flavor to the old western town. When guests check in for the holidays, they bring along worries, fears and broken hearts, unaware that Mist has a way of working magic in people's lives. Old-fashioned time spent together, exquisite food, conversation and a snowball or two offer guests a chance to trade sadness for hope. One thing is certain: no matter how cold winter's grip is on each guest, no one leaves Timberton without a warmer heart.



Awwweeee sometimes you really need a heart-warming tale in the middle of May. I found this randomly as a freebie on Amazon and I decided I needed to read it ASAP.



This was a short novella about Mist and her crew running the Timberton Hotel in a small town in Montana. Mist has a certain talent in helping people who come to her hotel. She is simply the nicest person and I wish I could go to her hotel. 



The guests varied from a family who just lost their son, a man who has to be away from his family on Xmas, a young lady from Arizona just trying to get away from her problems, and so forth. 



The characters were a little 2D, but it is a short story and there are a lot of characters, so it is bound to be tough to do much there. 



It was a quick read and I highly enjoyed it. I want to learn more about Mist and see her work her magic on more people who really need it! For sure read this. It put a smile on my face.



ALSO! I LOVED the recipes at the end. Super yummy! I want to try them this Xmas. :D 



Out of five stars, I'll give this a 4. 











13 comments:

  1. I like heartwarming novellas when I need that sort of read. This sounds really good.

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  2. It sounds nice and I like that there are recipes.

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  3. Yes, sometimes a holiday read just needs to happen. I like the idea of the mystery at the hotel and yum, recipes. :) Great freebie find!

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  4. Nice. The idea of a place where people go and the owner has a gift for helping people- reminds me of a cozy series I read once. Sounds nice and the christmas tree caught my eye!

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  5. Mystery and recipes, interesting combination.

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  6. This sounds good and I love it when there are recipes!

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  7. I love Christmas reads so I'd be on board with that!

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  8. I love a nice, feel-good story, even if it's not Christmas time!

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  9. Sounds like a heartwarming story! Lovely review, Carole! :)

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  10. Oh I love the setting and hotel. I am addingto my holiday list!

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