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  • Awesome, heartwarming romance

    I loved getting lost in An Alaskan Family Christmas. There are so many wonderful characters in this book - including the dog! I highly recommend this well written, awesome, heartwarming romance about family and love to anyone looking for a family centered, clean Christmas romance. Whenever I read one of Beth Carpenter's amazing romances, I want to visit Alaska and see the amazing sights that are so important in her books!

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  • An Alaskan Family Christmas

    An Alaskan Family Christmas is another addition to Beth Carpenter’s Northern Lights series. Even though it is part of a series, it can be read as a stand along. I thought this sweet romance was a really good read. It was fun getting to know Natalie and Tanner. I was entertained with this story from start to finish. It was such a feel good tale. I loved it. An Alaskan Family Christmas gets a very well deserved five plus stars from me. I highly recommend it for readers who enjoy clean and heartwarming romance that are set during the Christmas season. I received An Alaskan Family Christmas from the publisher. This review is one hundred percent my own honest opinion.

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  • Great Christmas Romance!

    'She'd gotten on that train to follow who she thought was a two-timing sleaze, determined to hold him responsible for his actions. Instead, she'd found a thoughtful, family-oriented man who made her feel as though she belonged. And when he kissed her, she'd never wanted it to end.' I love Christmas stories and this one is especially good. A case of mistaken identity offers Natalie Weiss the chance to help a friend, witness a loving family in action, and experience a Christmas like she's never known before. She also discovers a special connection with one member of that family but will it last once the magic of Christmas is over? Is Tanner Rockford as wonderful as he seems? Author Beth Carpenter has written another story with Alaska as the beautiful setting and it offers intriguing characters, sweet chemistry, and fun family moments. It's the perfect tale to put you into the Christmas spirit and I recommend An Alaskan Family Christmas to all who enjoy clean romance and heartwarming holiday stories. I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author via Prism Book Tours. . A favorable review was never required and no monetary compensation was given. These are my own thoughts.

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  • Gives you that magical Christmas feeling

    I've read a couple of Beth Carpenter's other books in this series and loved them, so I knew I needed to read this one. And I was not disappointed. There is something about the mystique of Alaska. Throw in a Christmas holiday and you have a recipe for magic and romance. I admit that I had to laugh about Natalie charging off to track down the father of her best friend's baby. It seemed completely ridiculous, and yet I can see someone doing this. And it turns into a very unique meet cute kind of situation when she encounters Tanner and ends up meeting his family. Natalie has been badly hurt in the past and does not trust anyone. So I understand her hesitation in acknowledging her feelings for Tanner and his family. (And can I just say how much I love his family? I want them to be my family!) Tanner also has some of his own issues that he needs to work through. He has a hard time accepting when people make their own decisions in spite of him feeling like his advice is the correct advice. (Don't we all have someone like that in our lives?) But the two of them seem to complement each other well. And you just hope that the magic of the holiday can help them find their way to each other and triumph over all. This story really did give me a magical feeling while I was reading it, especially during the Christmas holiday. It's been a while since I truly felt that kind of magic in a holiday romance. It makes me want to reread this and to revisit the rest of the series, especially to catch up on any that I have missed! P.S. calling Hallmark, this needs to be made into a holiday movie! Just sayin'. Thank you to Prism Book Tours and the author for fulfilling my review request. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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