Wednesday, 21 October 2020

Audio: Christmas at Holiday House by RaeAnne Thayne


Narrated by: Vanessa Johansson


Series: Haven Point, Book 12


Length: 8 hrs and 16 mins


Release date: 10-13-20


Publisher: Harlequin Audio


Contemporary romance


To review




A cute xmassy book.




Abby comes with her son to a sweet little town. She will only stay a little while to help out a friend's grandma. And Abby is sweet, kind. She lost her husband and is trying to move on with her life.




Christmas is also around the corner, and they are prepping the house for it. Very xmassy, with snow, skiing and more.




And of course she meets at first grumpy guy called Ethan, who thinks his grandma should be in a home so she wont get hurt. But Ethan was a sweetie, also a stupid idiot who thought he was incapable of love. Men!




But yes it is a simple story, they meet, they become friendly, they want more. And they live happily ever after,




One weird thing though, his sister had this backstory where she finally ended up with her bestie. I felt like they could have had their own book.




Sweet and short.



Good narrator. I liked what she did with her voices. And easy story to listen to




A widowed young mother's search for the perfect Christmas for her little boy leads her to Silver Bells, Colorado. There, Abby Powell finds a heartwarming small-town community--with snow!--as well as less-than-jolly Ethan Lancaster, a single-minded businessman who has learned the hard way that love and family are not for him. But he never counted on the lovely newcomer to town--or her the emotional pull she and her son, Christopher, have over him. As Ethan and Abby work together to restore Holiday House, Ethan's historic family mansion, in time for Christmas, Ethan's heart begins to open along with his home.


16 comments:

  1. Oh haha, it's one of those "man who thinks they're incapable of love" stories! Well, Christmas theme goes well with that when it comes to changing the bah humbug, I guess! :D

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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    1. Oh Yes, they are always plenty with that theme. I can't love! For silly reasons

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  2. Grumpy guy and sweet widow for Christmas sounds good.

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  3. Sounds like a great listen for December when I'm looking to "cleanse the pallet." I love simple happy stories.

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