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    Perfect read for cold winter nights....

    Christmas in Harmony Harbor is the ninth book in the Harmony Harbor series and although there is a lot of history in this story, I did not feel lost at all. It was a splendid enemies-to-lovers romance that had two characters at odds with each other despite the growing attraction that was developing between them. Over the past year, Evangeline Christmas had been fighting having her property and business, which had been in her family for over a century, taken over by Wicklow Developments. With how much resistance she put up, and believe me there was plenty, and with how much money she was costing him, Caine Elliot should have given up on his idea but, unfortunately, he was committed to building an office tower in Harmony Harbor. ****What Caine had planned would indeed bring a ton of business to Harmony Harbor but his motivation for the development was truly not economical. He was committed to following through on this deal for the sake of his dying grandmother whose motivation was one of revenge. Caine had been doing his best to get the deal done but his grandmother was one who was willing to bend any rules if the end served her purpose and he did not want anyone hurt in the process. It was because of his fear of what levels his grandmother would stoop to that Caine made a trip to Harmony Harbor to try and reason with Evangeline in person to get the deal done. What Caine hadn’t been expecting was to meet as much resistance as he did. ****He knew that Evangeline was not going to make finalizing the business transaction easy for him but he had not considered how far she would take things or how much local support she had. For many reasons, but trying to get the job done being the foremost idea, Caine agreed to a fulfill three Angel Tree wishes from Evangeline’s tree at her store. He figured he’d garner some good will with the locals and win a bet fair and square in order to move forward with the project. What Caine had never anticipated was that he would enjoy his time in Harmony Harbor or that spending time with Evangeline would change his heart in more ways than one. ****I found Christmas in Harmony Harbor to be utterly charming! I was very excited that it had all the wonder of a holiday story but loved that it also had elements of a saucy romance, mystery, suspense, and the paranormal! All that just made this book that much better! I thoroughly enjoyed my time reading this story and was thrilled with how genuine the characters were. I liked most of them, ha ha ha, there were the antagonists in this story and of them I was not a fan. They were plenty naughty but despite having no love for certain characters, all of the characters in this story were memorable and added much to the plot. Overall, Christmas in Harmony Harbor is the perfect read for cold winter nights when you want to get lost between the covers of a good book! ****This review is based on a complimentary book I received from Forever. It is an honest and voluntary review. The complimentary receipt of it in no way affected my review or rating.
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    Light hearted and good story line.

    I am not a lover of Christmas Stories but Debbie's Christmas in Harmony Harbour was her best so far. Really enjoyed the story line and would recomment it to all, even if you are not a fan of Christmas Stories.
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    angel tree wishes

    What a fun conclusion to this wonderful series! This story of Caine and Evie is another fun, banter-filled, mystery, backstabbing, ghostly, Christmas time read! I have enjoyed all of the books in this Harmony Harbor series…but this one may possibly be my favorite (I may or may not really love seasonal stories). Author Debbie Mason has wrapped up this series perfectly! Full-filling angel wishes, and keeping Evie safe from threats, surrounds this well-flowing storyline. The characters, storyline, love stories, setting, descriptions of everything are so heartwarming and enjoyable! I would absolutely recommend reading this Christmas story, and even though you don’t necessarily need to read the rest of the series, it does help you to understand more about this particular book and I feel you would enjoy it more. 5 Christmas tree-topping stars!
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    Loved the book

    I haven’t read a Christmas based romance that I didn’t like. Reading about two people falling in love during the most magical time of the year always gets me misty-eyed. So, when I saw that Debbie Mason had written another book in her Harmony Harbor series, I couldn’t wait to read it!! I loved the plotline of Christmas in Harmony Harbor. It was fast-paced and well written. There was a spot in the book where it lagged. But the author was able to get the book back on track. The storyline of Christmas in Harmony Harbor was interesting. It was a mixture of A Christmas Carol and The Grinch Who Stole Christmas. It reminded me of A Christmas Carol because of the journey that Caine took during the time he was with Evie. Each task he had to complete had him reflecting on his past, present, and future. It reminded me of The Grinch Who Stole Christmas because Caine’s heart grew three sizes too large towards the end of the book. I was surprised to find out that Christmas in Harmony Harbor was going to be the last book in the Harmony Harbor series. That upset me because I didn’t want the series to end. Hopefully, the author will start a new series that features a least some of the unattached characters (thinking Clio here). That way, I can catch up on what the characters in this series have been doing. Christmas in Harmony Harbor can be read as a standalone book. But, considering the intertwining storylines, I would read the previous books. I wish I did because some plotlines were mentioned that had me going, “Huh?” I loved Evie, but she was a hot mess. She was trying to save her family business and disrupt Caine’s plans for her house. But, she did make me laugh during the book. I thought her idea to win Caine over by using the Angel Tree was perfect. I also liked how she saw the best in everyone/thing. Like her shop. It was a rat, and mice-infested mess, yet she loved it. I didn’t like Caine for the first half of the book. He was hellbent on getting revenge on the Gallaghers on behalf of his grandmother. But then he met Evie, and he started to thaw. He agreed to 3 wishes from the Angel Tree. It was after that scene that I began to like him. But, I wish that he stood up to his grandmother sooner. Caine and Evie’s romance was cute. They weren’t expecting to develop feelings for each other. Caine viewed Evie as a PITA, and Evie thought Caine was the second coming of Satan. But I saw that spark. The minute that Caine went into the basement and faced down rats, I knew it. I loved it, even though it was Instalove. I thought that the secondary characters made this book. Caine’s grandmother, GG, Seamus, Evie’s mother, and all of the characters from the previous book added depth to the story. My favorite was Seamus. I had this mental picture of this barrel-chested, handsome Irishman helping his nephew. My least favorite was Caine’s grandmother. Up until the end, she insisted on doing things that harmed everyone. I also couldn’t get past what she told and do to Caine. I did a mental “WTF” when that came out. The end of Christmas in Harmony Harbor was bittersweet. I liked it because I got to see Caine and Evie’s HEA. But I was sad because the author is ending the series.
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    Another feel good Christmas romance

    This was another unashamedly feel good Christmas romance. I love the happy endings, especially at Christmas time! Not too lusty, just enough intimacy to reveal the bond between the characters (too much and it becomes another trashy novel). Debbie is adept at taking you way...
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