First up - the always lovely, always looked-forward-to Christmas offering from Debbie Macomber.
This year, instead of her usual Christmas angel stories, Debbie wraps up her Cedar Cove series with "1225 Christmas Tree Lane." And it is a wonderful story, that not only highlights one last new family, but always brings closure to the rest of the residents of Cedar Cove. I'm sorry to see this series ending, but look forward to what Debbie will have to offer in the future!
Next - a lovely anthology from Fern Michaels, Elizabeth Bass, Rosalind Noonan, and Nan Rossiter.
Four holiday tales that are guaranteed to brighten your day! And the best part - you can sit down and read these short stories during your breaks in cooking, wrapping, cleaning ... well, you get the idea!
Here's a little bit about each story:
And last, but not least - a western holiday tale!
My husband introduced me to the writings of William W. Johnstone and J.A. Johnstone, and I'm so glad he did. Although "A Lone Star Christmas" brings in several characters from previous books, I was easily able to catch onto the many different characters and their relationships to one another in this story. Full of drama, suspense, and even romance, I absolutely loved this tale of the old West, and will be looking forward to reading more of the Johnstone family's work in the future!
Here's a little more about the book:
Ok, that wraps up my Christmas Book Reviews for this year! I hope that you were able to find something fun to read among the many selections I offered up! It was a lot of fun picking out the titles to review this year, and I appreciate all the comments that you've left on the various reviews!
Happy Reading, Ya'll!