Sunday, November 30, 2014

Christmas at Carriage Hill by Carla Neggers (Swift River Valley)

Celebrate the holidays with this magical Swift River Valley novella from New York Times bestselling author Carla Neggers

When fashion designer Alexandra Rankin Hunt is asked to create the dresses for Olivia Frost's Christmas wedding in tiny Knights Bridge, Massachusetts, she jumps at the chance. She's certain she'll never get to design one for herself not with her history of falling for the wrong men. Ian Mabry, the sexy fighter pilot whose bravery reminded her of her beloved great-grandfather, was the worst yet.

To Alexandra's surprise, Ian is also at Carriage Hill, Olivia's picturesque country inn. And if anyone can charm his way into a wedding, it's him. Ian wants more than an invitation he's determined to find a way back into Alexandra's life.

Don't miss Echo Lake, the next novel in Carla Neggers' unforgettable Swift River Valley series.
Publisher: Harlequin MIRA (December 1, 2014)
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
Language: English

My review: Christmas at Carriage Hill by Carla Neggers (Swift River Valley)


This is a novella. Alexandra Rankin Hunt designs wedding dresses. Alexandra lives in England. She got asked to make Olivia's wedding dress. Dylan is her cousin that her family new they had. Now she gets to be friends with the couple and comes to celebrate their wedding.

Alexandra has broken up with her boyfriend Ian Mabry. He is a RFA pilot like her great-grandfather. When she gets to Knights Bridge, Massachusetts for the wedding she is surprised to find Ian. Ian has decided that he wants her back.

This novella can stand alone it is better if you have read the previous stories. A lot of the storyline and characters we have met and know parts of the story. Secrets of the Lost Summer is where Dylan and Olivia met. How Dylan found out about his past and found family in England.

This is short and sweet romance. It compares Alexandra & Ian story to Dylan' mother & father who met before the war11.

I would have preferred more to the story. Though it was a good novella.

I was given this ebook to read by Netgalley and Harlequin to read. So I could in return give an honest review.

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