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    Contemporary Christmas Romance

    A story of miscommunication and misconceptions and also of determining one’s values, purpose in life and then finding both love and home. The blurb explains the storyline so I won’t go into that here. This is a sweet predictable novella that has a happy Christmas feel to it. I was not smitten by either one of the main characters but really did like Angela. Thank you to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press for the copy of this novella. This is my honest review. 2-3 Stars
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    Sweet Christmas Story

    This is one book in a series that are all centered around the Star Inn. This one seemed like the perfect place to start with an introduction to the Inn, it's family, and the town of Heywood. And it was a great place to kick off. This story starts off on a roll with Amanda returning to clear up her father's estate after his death. She's a big city girl that's always on the go. When she runs into her old crush, Anthony, she's in for quite a surprise. Not just because he's hot as all get out and seems genuinely happy to see her (at least at first), but his appearance is the first in a string of lies that begin to unfold. Now, I won't be giving too much away when I say that Amanda is about to find out that pretty much everything she heard after she moved to the city about her hometown and family was all lies. Really big lies. She is perfectly devastated and confused, her reaction was everything it should have been. But Anthony doesn't really buy it. Why didn't she come see for herself, or call, or something. Eventually the two find their way through the sea of lies and come up with a reason for why they were told to her. I really really really didn't buy the reason. None of it felt right, and they even admitted that they were just guessing. But it threw a hole into the story that I had a hard time getting out of. I kept going back to "why?" And I never got an answer that seemed even remotely believable to me. I've already dove in to the next books in the collection. I'm excited to see what happens at the Star Inn this holiday season. **This book was received in exchange for an honest review**
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