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  • Sweet Love

    A very sweet and endearing story. Casey decides she needs a Christmas miracle for her widowed father. She enlists the help of local chocolatier Emma. Emma is an orphan and and has a soft spot fo the little girl without a mother and decides to help her. Grant goes to see her and asks her help in showing Casey how to make friends. As the three spend time together around Grant’s family he comes to realize that Emma would be a great addition. This is a quick and sweet story that will help you believe in Christmas miracles.

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  • Ok read

    3.5/5 stars Clean, short and sweet story. It was an ok read for me. I like my books with a little heat so that was a bit of a letdown for me. The story was good. It was like a Hallmark movie in print form. If that is what you like, then this will be the perfect book for you. It just wasn’t for me. I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley and I am voluntarily leaving an honest review.

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  • Delightful story that made me smile

    This is a delightful story that made me smile and kept me smiling. Emma is a woman raised in foster care that has never felt the kind of belonging and constancy that most of us take for granted. Grant is a widower whose whole foundation collapsed when his wife died suddenly, leaving him to raise their young daughter. As a long haul pilot, he had to give up his job to be there for his daughter, and then moved home to his family's home to heal and rebuild their foundation. Then one day, the daughter wanders into Emma's chocolate shop and nothing is the same. I loved the depth of the characters and the way they interacted. They felt like real people and made me feel invested in their story and want them to get a HEA ending. Reading this book felt like a treat filled with wonderful sweets. If you want a yummy novel that will make you smile, you have found it in this book. While it is set a Christmas, this book is a must read and worth reading at any time of year. This is a new author and I can't wait to see what she creates next.

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  • Amusing, sweet, and delightfully festive!

    A Family by Christmas is a cosy, heartwarming, holiday read set in the quaint town of Wood Creek that takes us into the lives of two main characters. Emma, a young, hardworking woman struggling to start a new business and make a new home for herself, and Grant, a grieving, single father whose main focus is raising his daughter and resuming his career. The prose is atmospheric and light. The characters are lonely, friendly, and thoughtful. And the plot is an engaging tale full of tender moments, friendship, family, community, self-discovery, merry preparations, and of course a touch of romance! Overall, A Family by Christmas is a clean, fun, uplifting, wintery treat that will have you believing in the magic of Christmas and daydreaming of snowflakes, decorated trees, twinkling lights, and scrumptious chocolatey treats.

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  • A Sweet Christmas Story

    This is a sweet Christmas story. It's like a Hallmark movie in book form. Sweet little girl Casey walks into Emma's shop with a request. She needs chocolates to help her Dad fall in love again because she wants him to be happy. When Grant is moved by the gift from his daughter and has to find out here the world-class chocolate came from. He finds himself drawn to Emma. Both are hesitant to risk their hearts. This was just a sweet sweet story. It is a little angsty, as they fight their developing feelings. But it was not annoying. #AFamilyByChristmas #NetGalley

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