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  • Sweet

    Her Christmas Chance was a sweet heart warming book. I have to say while I really liked Chance my favorite character was Mr. Klutz. I admire Bella's determination to live her life on her terms. I really didn't care for the way her family treated her, even though they said it was out of love. Chance was so easy for me to love. I felt like he was just a truly misunderstood man, who everyone turned into a monster without all the facts. I read this book first and now I really want to go back and read book 1. I would love to see more of Bella, Chance, and of course Mr. Klutz. #MSBB

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  • ...every teardrop worth crying...

    Life is too short and serious to not look at the lighter side. That's what I love about Ms. Ayala, she finds humor in the humorless, magic in the heartbreaking, hope in the unattainable. Her philosophy is anything is possible with a little love, a ton of faith and a lifetime of optimism. Case in point: Her Christmas Chance. For Bella, the world has been a challenging place and her body her worst enemy, but her heart is her greatest asset. Her empathetic nature helps her experience life in a different way. She sees beauty where others find despair. Chance is no hero. He's made one too many mistakes and disappointed the people that love him most, but even when hope is lost, he has a cheerleader waiting in the wings, encouraging him to become a better man. A great story, has basis in realism and Her Christmas Chance deserves high praise for that. Audiobook Review: Her Christmas Chance (A Christmas Creek Romance) by Rachelle Ayala For me reading a story is like watching a movie. In my mind there's an image of how the scene will play out, but it doesn't always end up that way. Her Christmas Chance is like a wonderful gift. It inspires and entertains while waking up even the blackest of hearts. The words were all there, the beauty was evident, all that Bella and Chance needed was the perfect voice to bring their fairy tale to life. Kate Marcin proved the right person for that tough job. It's only fitting that since the author put so much of herself on display that the narrator do likewise. Ms. Marcin made every teardrop worth crying and every smile a well earned reward.

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