Hello hello lovely fellow bookaddicts. It’s a month to Christmas Eve and the perfect time to look forward to some festive magic and good vibes; maybe even a little miracle and some faith too :))
I am reviewing this title as part of the Blog Tour organised by Rachel of Rachel’s Random Reads. Check out her website for more information on the other blogs participating.
The title A Little Christmas Faith by Kathryn Freeman is published by Choclituk and released last month (24/10). The book was a pleasant change from the overly Festive ones. Read ahead to see what it was all about.
Is it time to love Christmas again?
Faith Watkins loves Christmas, which is why she’s thrilled that her new hotel in the Lake District will be open in time for the festive season. And Faith has gone all out; huge Christmas tree, fairy lights, an entire family of decorative reindeer. Now all she needs are the guests …
But what she didn’t bank on was her first paying customer being someone like Adam Hunter. Rugged, powerfully built and with a deep sadness in his eyes, Adam is a man that Faith is immediately drawn to – but unfortunately he also has an intense hatred of all things Christmassy.
As the countdown to the big day begins, Faith can’t seem to keep away from her mysterious guest, but still finds herself with more questions than answers: just what happened to Adam Hunter? And why does he hate Christmas?
A little Christmas Faith is a pleasant story. The leads Adam and Faith are people of such different temperaments. Their outlook towards life is not exactly opposite but definitely not each other’s usual cup of tea. All these varied things in nature is what makes their interactions fun and interesting. The Christmas magic, faith and charm is provided by the situations of their time together. It is a relaxing story filled with optimism, spontaneity, charm and some good old attraction and steamy kisses.
I’d surely suggest this to those avoid Christmas fearing that it is only over the top and loud time of the year. Well, it is sometimes but not always and you don’t have to be around people who make it impossible for you. Like Adam in the story, find your happy place to be around at in Christmas and hopefully you will be charmed and get back some of the faith too.
I was born in Wallingford but have spent most of my life living in a village outside Windsor. A former pharmacist, I’m now a medical writer who also loves to write romance. Some days a racing heart is a medical condition, others it’s the reaction to a hunky hero…
I’ve two teenage boys and a husband who asks every Valentine’s Day whether he has to bother buying a card again this year (yes, he does) so the romance in my life is all in my head. Then again, my husband’s unstinting support of my career change goes to prove that love isn’t always about hearts and flowers – and heroes can come in many disguises.
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Reviewed by Bharti