by Donna Alward
My rating: 4 stars
Series: Jewel Cove - Book 4
Publication Date: October 13, 2015
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Print Length: 92 pages
Welcome back to Jewell Cove, where this holiday season, there happens to be no room at the inn...
When a December Nor'easter roars up the eastern seaboard, Jewell Cove cop Todd Ricker spends his day off being a Good Samaritan to stranded holiday travelers. But when the roads close and Todd can't make his way home, he discovers that the Evergreen Inn is full up. Until another Good Samaritan opens her doors and offers him a place to stay...
Lainey Price is not looking forward to Christmas, but just because she's not filled with the holiday spirit doesn't mean she's going to turn Todd out into the stormy night. Even if it means offering the handsome police officer the couch in her tiny cottage. But when the weather takes a turn for the worse, the two are snowed in for a wintry evening by the fire. With Christmas only a few days away, can Todd convince Lainey to open her heart to the season...and love?
Christmas at Evergreen Inn by Donna Alward
(Jewell Cove #4)
(Jewell Cove #4)
It’s that time of year! Here comes the delightfully light, fluffy and romantic Holiday reads! Take one blizzard, no room at the Inn and add two friends who never hooked up and poof, time for mistletoe and the magic of Christmas!
Christmas at Evergreen Inn by Donna Alward is the perfect small town romance to usher in the Holidays. No great mystery about the ending, but the journey is painfully sweet, filled with glowing fires, and one semi-Scrooge woman with a fresh pain to remember. Just as the roads are closed, in comes the deputy with a stranded motorist needing a place to stay, and, as they say, the rest is history.
Somewhere Donna Alward invited Cupid to pass out the gifts and he started with the gift of love. Sweet, romantic and light, perfect reading for the upcoming season when a little reminder is needed to slow down when passing under the Mistletoe.
I received an ARC edition from St. Martin's Paperbacks in exchange for my honest review.