Friday, September 25, 2015

Christmas at Evergreen by Donna Alward (Jewell Cove )


Welcome back to Jewell Cove, where this holiday season, there happens to be no room at the inn...
When a December Nor'easter roars up the eastern seaboard, Jewell Cove cop Todd Ricker spends his day off being a Good Samaritan to stranded holiday travelers. But when the roads close and Todd can't make his way home, he discovers that the Evergreen Inn is full up. Until another Good Samaritan opens her doors and offers him a place to stay...
Lainey Price is not looking forward to Christmas, but just because she's not filled with the holiday spirit doesn't mean she's going to turn Todd out into the stormy night. Even if it means offering the handsome police officer the couch in her tiny cottage. But when the weather takes a turn for the worse, the two are snowed in for a wintry evening by the fire. With Christmas only a few days away, can Todd convince Lainey to open her heart to the season...and love?
  • File Size: 2026 KB
  • Print Length: 92 pages
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks (October 13, 2015)
  • Publication Date: October 13, 2015
  • Sold by: Macmillan

My review:  Christmas at Evergreen by Donna Alward (Jewell Cove ) 

4 stars

Love the cover it sets the mood.  This is a real quick read.  I like how the characters were all willing to help each other so everyone could fit in.  Even Lainey took one guest into her cottage for the night. 

Todd Ricker is a cop who on his day off was out rescuing stranded motorists.  The last one made it so he could not even get home.  Lainey said he could sleep on her couch.

Lainey Price owns the bread & breakfast in Jewel Cove.  She lives in a little cottage out back of it.
Lainey is not excited for Christmas anymore but she is still very helpful and nice.

Todd always thought Lainey was too good for him now he wants to help her enjoy the season.

There is plenty of drama, romance and holiday spirit to make this a nice romance. A love scene that I skipped over.

I think this would be 5 book in season.  It is only the first I have read would like to read the others they sounds adventurous and exciting.

Easy to follow the characters and feel there setting.

It made me think about how often are action can ruin someones special places.  Or we can try and help make someones a positive experience.  Also we need to try and let bad experiences hang around.

I was given this ebook to read for free from Net Galley and St. Martin's Press
in return I agreed to give a honest review of Christmas at Evergreen.

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