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  • Perfect Christmas read

    This is a beautifully written, small town romance centered around Sophie and Cole. Cole is currently a firefighter, but he’s a former Marine that has survivor’s guilt. Sophie is an all around beautiful person and Cole doesn’t think he’s good enough for her. When Cole and Sophie are paired together for the Christmas toy drive, Cole flat out tells Sophie he doesn’t want to be friends. Seems like the Butterflies, a matchmaking group of elderly ladies, may have plans for Cole and Sophie. Grab your copy and get ready to shed a few tears and then laugh out loud. I really enjoyed reading this story and I’m so glad I found another new to me author. I will be reading more books from Janice Lynn in the future. I received an advanced reader copy of this book from NetGalley and this is my voluntary and honest review.

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  • Wonderful Christmas Story!

    A wonderful return to Pine Hill. I fell in love with the town in the first novel and was thankful for the opportunity to return. I love the honor given to the military and the representation of Quilts for Valor. Sophie is a warm hearted, small town girl who sees the good in former marine Cole and is determined to help him get past his demons and walls. The slow burn romance is drawn out perfectly. I was so happy for the return of the Butterflies and love the entertainment they bring to the story. Pine Hill is a wonderful community that captures the essence of honor, community, loving your neighbor, and Christmas. I highly recommend this sweet, romantic Christmas story. I received a complimentary copy from the publisher via NetGalley and all opinions expressed are my own, freely given.

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  • Wrapped Up in Christmas Joy

    Wrapped Up in Christmas Joy by Janice Lynn was a very holiday romance. If you love Christmas, then you'll get plenty of it here. It screams holiday madness from every page. Sophie Davis LOVES Christmas. And this year, she's determined to make the life of Cole Aaron fuller. She knows things about him that no one else does. Because she read his journal. She had good intentions, but it still bothered me the entire book. Why didn't she check out the rest of the box it was in before she read all of it? Cole is understandably upset when he finds out Sophie read his journal. And it was a journal of some pretty dark moments and thoughts in his life. But he's way too much of a jerk about it too. In fact, he's kind of a jerk about Christmas in general. Taking part in town events as his civic duty instead of because he wants to. Sophie and Cole circle each other throughout the entire book. It's very on-again, off-again - mostly on Cole's side. He ran hot and cold, and it switched within a second. Sophie is a saint to have not given up on him. But they make a wonderful couple. They balance each other out. The highlight of the book for me was Sophie's quilting. I've always admired the creativity and craft that goes into making a quilt. And Sophie does such wonderful things with hers. Her dedication to making others' lives better was amazing. It was really my favorite part of the book. **I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book**

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  • Magical and Emotional

    Sophie is.sorting out a box of donated items when she comes across a soldiers journal and she can feel all of his pain while reading it as her father had gone through the same thing as he was a veteran as well so she decides to return the journal and try to connect with but things do not always go as planned. Cole has always protected others and that is why when he gets out of the marine's he decides to become a fire fighter to keep people safe. When Sophie returns Cole's journal he can feel her pity and he doesn't want it so he tells her to throw the journal away and leave him alone but care hadn't finished with them yet as they are thrown together as they are both volunteers. Will this be what they both need or will it make things worse. This story had so much emotional situations and you feel everything that they are both going through and I couldn't put this book down as I had to see what would happen next. This is the first book that I have read by Janice Lynn but definitely not the last as it was so well written and had a magical storyline and I recommend you read this book. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Blasted matchmaking Butterflies.

    Cole is a vet with PTSD, the lone survivor from a blast that killed the rest of his unit. Sophie owns a quilt shop with her sister, but her true love is her activity with a local Quilts of Valor group. This is my favorite feel-good Christmas story this year, and I'd love to see it as a Hallmark movie. Sophie is more forgiving of Isabelle (her sister) than I could be. Isabelle disapproves of Sophie's friendship with Cole, and won't take part in the QOV group that their shop helps to sponsor. The Butterflies - these women are so cute, funny, loving, interfering, meddling - I could go on and on about them, but they are great friends who love each other, and support everyone in the community. Cole doesn't feel deserving of family, but continues to give back to his community. Sophie really likes Cole, and reaches out to be a friend when he needs that. the most. The author is either a quilter, or a very good friend of a quilter, or did a ton of research into quilting, quilt shops, and Quilts of Valor. As a quilter, I'm a stickler for those details, and Ms. Lynn did a great job with them. The feeling that Cole got when he first touched his QOV quilt... I've witnessed it firsthand as vets are presented with their own quilts. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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