Sunday, December 27, 2015

A Cold Creek Christmas Story by RaeAnne Thayne


Sparkle In The Snow Leads To So Much More

Celeste Nicholas has always preferred to keep to herself in her hometown of Pine Gulch, Idaho…until she becomes an instant celebrity! When one of her children's stories becomes a major success, she's suddenly the talk of the town. Celeste should be gloriously happy…but something, someone, special is still missing from her life. Could the return of her childhood crush be the answer?

Flynn Delaney has moved back home for his daughter's sake. Yet all the millionaire's resources can't help the little girl heal from the tragic loss of her mother. Shy librarian Celeste and her stories do hold some indefinable magic, though. Flynn came home looking for support—can he find that, and true love, in the one who got away?
  • Series: Harlequin Special Edition (Book 2443)
  • Mass Market Paperback: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin (November 17, 2015)
My review:  A Cold Creek Christmas Story by RaeAnne Thayne

5 stars

I wanted to read this story for along time.  It is charming, Christmas, cute characters and touched my heart. Also a clean read.

Celeste Nicholas is the main character.  She is a small town children's librarian in Pine Gulch.  She has also written a children's book.

Flynn Delaney has come back to Pine Gulch to go close his grandmother's house and sale it.  He has brought with him his daughter.

Olivia is cute, with some deep problems.  She loves Sparkle and wants to hear the author read stories. I loved seeing her healing.

Last year with the sale of Celeste's book & her sister Hope's illustrations of Sparkle had saved Christmas Ranch from closing.  Now she has to decide if she wants to sale it to make a movie.

This is a good Christmas book and I did not even cry in it.

The setting is Pine Gulch, Idaho. A small ranching town.  In December.  The descriptions were very real I could picture a Winter scene on this hot Aug. day.

I was given this ebook to read for free from Net Galley and Harlequin.  In return I agreed to give a honest review of A Cold Creek Christmas Story.

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