Christmas at Holiday House by RaeAnne Thayne
Genres: Contemporary Romance
From the New York Times bestselling author of Season of Wonder comes an uplifting, brand-new story told with RaeAnne Thayne’s trademark charm and heart—the perfect read for fans of Robyn Carr’s and Debbie Macomber’s holiday romances.
A widowed young mother’s search for the perfect Christmas for her little boy leads her to Silver Bells, Colorado. Abby Powell becomes enamored with the heartwarming small-town community—with snow!—but not so much with her new client’s less-than-jolly son, Ethan Lancaster.
Ethan, a single-minded businessman, has learned the hard way that love and family are not for him. But he never counted on the lovely newcomer to town—or the emotional pull she and her son, Christopher, would have over him. As Ethan and Abby work together to restore Holiday House, the Lancaster’s historic family mansion, in time for Christmas, Ethan’s heart begins to open along with his home.
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Welcome to the small town of Silver Bells, Colorado! It is beyond is a perfect location for the Christmas season with it’s snow-covered mountains, warm fires, and seasonal decorations. The description of the town and Holiday House is so well written in this book. You can easily picture them and feel as though you are there.
Abby’s friend has asked her to travel from Arizona to Silver Bells to care for her grandmother who was injured in a fall. Abby agrees and packs up her son, Christopher, to do just that. Abby and Christopher are both such warm and loving characters. It was so easy to like them both. Then there was Ethan, Lucy’s brother, who comes to Silver Bells and honesty he was so wonderful.
This book was like one of those heart-warming Hallmark movies that we wait all year to watch. It was simply marvelous and I enjoyed every moment of it.