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    Fantastic

    A fantastic story of new beginnings and finding love when you least expect it. This is a great wholesome small town romance. It's wonderfully written and has some very interesting characters. Recently divorced Sydney Ragsdale moves herself and her 10 year old daughter to Hopewell, NC for a fresh start. Something her daughter is not too happy about. Sydney hopes that the wonderful people of the little town will eventually win Ray Anne over. Spending time at the Book Bea and meeting Kevin "Mac" MacAlea and his son Seth seem to be just the magic needed. This is a relaxing heartwarming read that you will definitely want on your must read list. I highly recommend it.
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    Hope at Christmas by Nancy Naigle

    Hope at Christmas by Nancy Naigle A heartwarming and teary Christmas romance novel where a bookstore is a retreat and salvation. Newly divorced Sydney and her daughter RayAnne move to Hopewell to rebuild their lives. Sydney rediscovers the bookstore where she spent her childhood and discovered the joy of reading. The bookstore owner has a lot of little pieces of advice such as “Like yourself” and “Be open to new opportunities.” Good advice. She seems so at peace and worldly. “You were meant to come in here today. Trust your journey, dear. It will take you where you’re supposed to go.” 10 year old Seth. So selfless. I cried when he talked to Santa. It wasn’t sad. Just so heartwarming. These two extra characters made the depth of the stories so rich. Overall, a joy of a Christmas story.
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    Book about Family Bonds all kinds of familys

    I really enjoyed this book. It brought a smile on a gloomy day when one was really needed. And you know it is never to early for Christmas themed books. In this book we get to know 2 families of divorced parents with pre-teens. Sydney and her daughter RayAnn come to Hopewell from Atlanta. Let me say the situation that brought them there WOW this author really dug deep for this one cause i wanted to reach thru my eReader and grab Jon (Sydney's ex-husband) and just shake him until all his stuffing fell out. Then we have Mac or Santa if you wish and Seth. This family is totally different but maybe that is because they had gone thru this a bit longer and were on the other side. Mrs. Bea Oh this woman came alive right before our eyes in this book and her store The Book Bea... I wanted to go our and simply find this store and move into it to live. This author had me from the moment she had Sydney step into The Book Bea and start talking to Bea. That was when I knew for a fact that I was not going to sleep last night until I finished this book. For me, this book was not sappy or sweet. It simply the perfect balance of family. Family of Community and Family of Blood they all came together in the end to become one Family in Hopewell and for me that said it all. This was my first book I think by this author but I plan to search out more by her. Thanks I needed this at this time in our country with so much ugliness is out there to bring in some smiles.
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    Emotion filled sweet romance

    Hope at Christmas is the newest release from author Nancy Naigle. Ms. Naigle is my go-to author for sweet and emotional romances and she delivers every single time. I have to say that after all Sydney's ex had put her through, I loved she decided to move her daughter to Hopewell to start over. Hopewell is a small town and honestly made me think a little bit of the small town where I grew up. My favorite part of the story was the fact that Sydney felt at home again in Hopewell once she found The Book Be was still open. I especially loved Bea who owned and ran the bookstore. Honestly, if felt a bit like the bookstore itself was a character in this story. My heart broke for Ray Anne and how her father kept breaking promises to her over and over again. I loved that with Sydney's love and new friends in Hopewell, Ray Anne started to find her footing in their new town. I really loved that Seth; Mac's son seemed to become Ray Anne's new best friend. As she was a bit of a tomboy, it made total sense she would have a best guy friend. I also loved the fact that the kids kept pushing their parents together so they were able to spend more time together. Both Mac and Sydney had really bad experiences with love in the past. Granted Mac's bad experience had been many years ago. I loved how patient he was with Sydney in giving her the time she needed to be ready for more than just friendship. I did love they were friends before they moved into a romantic relationship. Not that everything was completely smooth sailing for them, but I loved that Mac was willing to give Sydney the time and understanding she needed after everything she had been through with her ex. Nancy Naigle writes emotion filled sweet romances. I've always thought her books would be perfect for the Hallmark Channel and have to reiterate that fact with Hope at Christmas. I highly recommend Hope at Christmas to romance readers who love sweet romances. Rating: 4 Stars (B+) Review copy provided by publisher
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    Loved it

    Hope at Christmas by Nancy Naigle is a sweet story about Kevin MacAlea 'Mac' and Sydney Ragsdale. Sydney is trying to start a new life for her and her daughter after her divorce. Sydney moves to NC to be further away from her ex husband. There she meets Mac who also has a little boy and whose wife up and left them. Sydney is trying to find herself again after all her ex husband has put her through. Mac too is dealing with his past feelings but the two of them slowly come together. This was such a sweet story of hope and love. It is one that you will not want to put down for sure.
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