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  • What to do?

    Home Sweet Christmas is a sweet contemporary romance by Charlee James. I have read romantic suspense written by Ms. James with suspense building the tension in the story. However, in Home Sweet Home it is more of an emotional tension with the main female characters unsure of life changing decisions that she could made. From the beginning it is obvious that pastry chef Kayla Hunter is unhappy with where she works. In contrast is attorney Dominick Rowe who felt much the same as Kayla but made the big changes that he needed for his own happiness and peace of mind. The problem of what to do about the Candy Manor is center to this plot with lack of communication and miscommunication fueling it. In spite of the setting being lovely and the characters likable, Dominick’s involvement in the daily events at the shop seemed contrived to me. I live in a small town with an attorney’s office but they don’t have time to do this. It was a way to keep Kayla and Dominick in contact so romance could blossom. Of course, all’s well that ends well. An ARC of the book was given to me by Tule Publishing which I voluntarily chose to read and reviewed. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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  • Great Read!

    This is a wonderful Christmas read. I fell in love with the characters and the story line. For me it was about two people that both were in need of a change. The Candy Manor is a place where they can both find what they are looking for. I loved Kayla and Dominick together. This book made me believe that Christmas can be a magical time of year. Great read from start to finish. I voluntarily reviewed this book in exchange for an honest review.

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  • A sweet romance

    This is a superb Christmas love story where a woman who thought she needed to leave her small town if she wanted to achieve has to face that maybe that is where her heart and her future lie Kayla Hunter grew up at her grandparents charming Victorian mansion that housed their chocolate business but she knew if she wanted a future she would have to leave town So she headed to the city and became a pastry chef Now she has returned to her hometown of Hollybrook to discover her grandparents are selling both their business and home and that they want her to plan the holiday celebrations They are also doing a bit of matchmaking as they have asked Dominick Rowe the town new attorney to help her He is a transplant from the city and loves his new quieter life. As the attraction grows between them will they find a way to be together when they both want things the other has left behind

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  • Ole Fashion Christmas

    This is one of those books, as I read it was, was just picturing it in my mind like a movie. Oh yes, it would be the perfect made for tv holiday movie! What is not to like about candy, Christmas, snow, and romance? Pastry chef Kayla Hunter comes home to visit her grandparents for 2 weeks at Christmas only to discover they are selling up their Candy Manor (candy business and home) and moving to the sunny shores of Florida. Kayla meets their lawyer and friend Dominick Rowe, who has moved into the small town since she has been gone and her grandparents are hoping he will show her how she loves the Manor and might just want to stay. On the other hand, Kayla knows they gave up a great deal to raise her when her parents were off around the country doing "their thing" and this is Hunter's nest egg. This book had me searching out my old chocolate molds and putting up my tree early. It was a wonderful read and one that I will go back to year after year.

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