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    Christmas in Eternity Springs by Emily March

    Christmas in Eternity Springs by Emily March Emotionally fulfilling. Probably my favorite of the series and that's saying a lot. Loved it and cried copious tears. All good. It's not sad like a death or anything. Just so adorable wth the son and his recovery and he teaches...No spoilers. Read it if you love a god heart warming family romance. I think this book is going on my keeper shelf. Mostly G rated. The below just confirms the romance of the story. Excerpt: "What is a mistletoe fling?" "Whatever we want to make it." He nibbled her finger and sent a shiver racing up her spine. "Though, since it is mistletoe, I think we should include kissing." "OK." Her cheeks grew warm. His blue eyes glittered. "Lots of kissing." Heat flushed her entire body. "OK." "I really like the way you kiss, Miss Christmas " Claire was floundering. She didn't have experience with this sort of...frankness...and it seemed that her brazenness had evaporated. Landon had been her first serious relationship since college, and he been Mr. Smooth Seduction not Mr. Circling-Like-a-Shark while flashing a grin that telegraphed the message that he was waiting for the perfect moment to take a bite. "You're a flirt, Mr. Lancaster." Excerpt from "Christmas in Eternity Springs" by Emily March
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    Wonderful story

    Christmas in Eternity Springs was a really wonderful story. I have to say I fell a little bit in love with Claire and Jax as a couple pretty much from the moment they met. They had such a strong connection, especially for 2 people who weren't looking for anyone, and I also loved Jax's son Nicholas from them moment we met him. Both Claire and Jax had come out of bad relationships in the past. Claire finding out her finance was actually already married to someone, and Jax's ex-wife leaving him for another man. Neither one of them were really looking for a relationship when they met, and I loved the fact they both started keeping a positive spirit journal, much like the feeling they get from Eternity Springs. I really liked that Claire and Jax were honestly friends long before they got into any sort of relationship. I really liked how Claire helped Jax work with his son Nicholas to overcome his fear of Christmas. As Nicholas had every reason to feel his fears, it was nice to see Claire and Jax let Nicholas set the pace on what he could handle. I loved the better he felt about Christmas the more he opened up to his dad and Claire about everything he had dealt with that brought on his fear. I won't lie, as Nicholas told his dad his story, I did cry a bit. Christmas in Eternity Springs is only the second book I've read in the Eternity Springs series, and I found myself unable to put this book down. I really enjoyed seeing Jax and Claire make their way as they worked to have a real relationship. I will say I loved they took things slowly when adding Nicholas in the mix, but did find their time when they were alone steamier than the last book I read in the Eternity Springs series. I found myself enjoying the steamier heat level more than the sweeter heat level. I honestly felt like Nicholas and Claire both found Christmas again in Christmas in Eternity Springs. Nicholas had to find it again because of fear and Claire because of loss. I loved that the town of Eternity Springs rallied around them both to help them each re-discover Christmas in their own way. I recommend Christmas in Eternity Springs to fans of contemporary romance stories. As I haven’t read the entire series to date, I can honestly say it reads well as a stand-alone story. Rating: 4 stars (B) Review copy provided by publisher
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    Christmas Romance

    Eternity Springs is a place anyone would love to live. The people are a loving, caring, exceptional group of people that believe that where they live is special and each story in the series proves that Eternity Springs for some reason has positive energy in abundance for those that are willing to tap into it. Claire Branham has reason aplenty to dislike Christmas after experiencing more than one event that soured her feelings related to the holiday. When she ran from the last negative Christmas disaster she found herself in Eternity Springs opening Forever Christmas – of all things. She hopes one day to have positive feelings regarding more than just Christmas but is unsure her heart will open enough for the joy of Christmas and the ability to trust to return. Jax Lancaster meets Claire when he goes to pick his son, Nicholas, up from summer camp. Jax and Claire talk and share then agree to keep journals that will keep the positive spirit of Eternity Springs in their lives as he heads out of Eternity Springs to create a life with his son. Several months later Jax returns to town with Nicholas hoping that the positive energy he felt before when visiting will provide his son with the support he needs to overcome his fears. This is a wonderful story of healing, trust, community, family, believing and love. I recommend it highly to those of you looking for an uplifting holiday novel with a happy ending. Also…each book sees at least one person getting their “wings” and what a powerful thing getting one’s wings is in this community :) Thank you to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press for an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. 4.5 Stars
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    Christmas in Eternity spring

    I am not very good at writing...I loved the book, brought me back to Eternity Sorings, to Celeste and ger angels.loved it.
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