Monday, November 2, 2015

Stone Mountain Christmas by Caroline Clemmons

Stone Mountain Christmas
A Stone Mountain Texas novella
by Caroline Clemmons

My rating: 4 stars

Publication Date: October 20, 2014
Publisher: Caroline Clemmons
Genre: Historical Holiday Romance
Print Length: 91 pages
Available from: Amazon

Christmas has been Celia Dubois’s favorite time of year as long as she can remember. When she moves back with her parents a year after the death of her husband, the young widow is appalled at the town’s lack of Christmas spirit. Two months earlier, banditos had burned the church and crushed the townspeople. Celia vows to return holiday joy to the town. Perhaps doing so might help mend her aching heart. Will Celia’s plan work magic on the town?

Rancher Eduardo Montoya knows Celia is the woman for him. She enchants him with her winning smile and vivacious nature. When her father warns Eduardo away from Celia, Eduardo is both angry and frustrated. After he stops a robbery in the mercantile, will Celia’s parents change their minds about him? Can handsome Eduardo heal Celia’s sorrow?  

 Stone Mountain Christmas by Caroline Clemmons

Stone Mountain Christmas: A Stone Mountain Texas novellaThe charm of the past and the Holiday season. What better way to find love when you least expect it? Go back in time and re-live life in the nineteenth century without doing the physical labor. Stone Mountain Christmasby Caroline Clemmons is a tale of simpler times, sharing with family and friends and the renewal of feelings that died along with her husband for Celia Dubois. Home with her parents after five years gone, now a widow, Celia finds that what both she and the town need is the Christmas Spirit, little did she know, one of Santa’s Helpers, the wealthy Eduardo Montoya would gift her with the greatest gift of all, love.

Caroline Clemmons has brought the past alive, including the struggles of those alive long ago. Her characters are delightful, and the feeling of closeness within this small town is wonderful. A wonderful addition to holiday reading. Quick, yet complete.

I received this copy as part of the Silver Belles and Stetson Anthology in exchange for my honest review.



  1. Lovely review, Dii! Thank you so much.

  2. Thank you for reviewing Stone Mountain Christmas from the Silver Belles and Stetsons anthology. Getting reviews these days is hard and we appreciate all we get.

  3. Thank you so much for the lovely review, Di. I appreciate your encouragement. Reviews are so important but difficult to find. Best wishes.

  4. I was privileged to read this story early on and loved it. Thank you for your review!

  5. Caroline, great story about the power of the Christmas spirit. Loved it!