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    Jenny B. Jones...but a little different.

    A Sugar Creek Christmas is an uplifting and heart-warming tale of rekindled love. Shortly after Thanksgiving, Emma Sutton, Sunrise News’ up-and-coming news anchor, finds herself nearly jobless after a derogatory, slip of the tongue comment about Christmas. Desperate to regain her job and the respect of her peers, Emma agrees to do a human interest story on Christmas. Embittered and emotionally exhausted, Emma returns to her hometown of Sugar Creek. Once there, her match maker grandmother, Sylvia, wastes no time trying to rekindle the romance between Emma and her ex-fiancé Noah Kinkaid. Ten years after his fiancé fled the state, leaving only a note and the ring behind, Noah finds himself the temporary mayor of Sugar Creek. As fate would have it, Emma has accepted a position to work alongside him in preparing Sugar Creek for a stellar holiday season. The initial stiff reception soon gives way to a rekindled romance. This book is full of typical, Jenny B. Jones style wit. Her descriptions are accurate and I love how she writes exactly what would go through a girl’s head in any given moment. This book contains her trademark combination of humor and deeply moving content. (There may have been a few moments where I was misty eyed…) If you’ve read her work in the past, you will notice some differences in this book. I miss her more Christian style writing, but to be fair, she did say that this book was going to be different and not overtly Christian. I appreciated that, though steamy moments abounded, you were never led to a point that was truly uncomfortable. All in all, I thoroughly enjoyed this book and would recommend to anyone looking for a sweet Christmas romance. Grab a cup of coffee, a warm blanket, and enjoy this one!
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    A great book

    I am always after something that is light hearted but still has substance and once again Jenny has nailed this criteria on the head. This book is by no means a cheasy typical Christmas book and will get you think about how certain experiences in our past shape what we think of certain events and holidays in the present (and future). Emma and Noah are a loveable couple and right from the get go you can see that they still care about each other. This book will make you laugh, cry (both happy and sad tears!) and smile. Its a great book to read curled up on the couch with a cat nearby. If you live somewhere (like myself) where it doesn't snow at Christmas this is one way to get a white Christmas! If you have loved Jenny's other books you will love this one and if you are after something different this book is well worth a read.
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    A fantastic candidate for a Hallmark movie

    I have enjoyed Jenny Jones's books since I first read them. She has a snappy sense of humor and great banter. This book did not disappoint. I am not sure what the other reviewer was referring to about sexual innuendo, as it was very clean and innocent. The scenes between Noah and Emma were funny, moving, and tender. The strife she goes through with Noah was expected, but the backstory about losing her mother added a depth to Emma's pain that made her a more well-rounded character. I won't spoil it, but the ending was great, and I can't wait to read the sequel novella. It pertains to a different set of characters but the town is the same. Thanks for continuing to write funny, touching Christian fiction!
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    It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

    It’s the most wonderful time of the year! For me, it is the time to start mixing some Christmas books into my reading pile. I’m so glad I started with A Sugar Creek Christmas! I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again (because it bears repeating), Jenny B Jones is one of the wittiest writers out there and I do enjoy her stories. A Sugar Creek Christmas appears to be a fine start to a new series. Emma Sutton is on a career path in New York City to being a co-anchor for a major television network. That is, until she makes a cynical comment about Christmas not realizing her mic is hot. Though YouTube worthy, this blooper gets her fired. Well, practically fired. She does get a chance to redeem herself by searching out the perfect Christmas story and with this chance to possibly save her career, she also may get a second chance with a long lost love. This is such a fun read. If you love small town stories filled with humor and romance, you will enjoy this Christmas treat and be begging for more books based in Sugar Creek.
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