Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Christine Lynxwiler's Forever Christmas ~ Reviewed

Forever Christmas
By Christine Lynxwiler
Published by Barbour Books
ISBN 978-1-59789-821-8

After two broken engagements, so-called runaway bride Kristianna Harrington is content to run her shop, Forever Christmas, in he little hometown of Jingle Bells, Arkansas, and forget about romance. She reluctantly agrees to be the maid of honor at her best friend's wedding, but making it down the aisle becomes the least of her worries when a handsome newcomer threatens her precious town. Kristianna vows to stop the striking lawyer hired to change the town name and turns to her childhood friends for help. But Ami is busy with wedding plans, and Garrett seems more interested in bowling than politics. Will Kristianna get the help she needs before both her town and her Christmas spirit are extinguished?


Forever Christmas is a delightful romance with a few twists I didn't see coming. A romantic tale, it's perfect for Christmas gift-giving. It's well written and the plot makes it a fun read. It held my interest from beginning to end. We've all seen those towns that theme around Christmas. Have you ever wondered what it was like living there? Lynxwiler brings it alive for you. The town of Jingle Bells has a few residents I seem to recognize from my own small hometown.

I love these Christmas themed books, and I plan to buy a few for my Christmas list. A great read with a warm and satisfying end.

Reviewed by Ane Mulligan

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