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    Loved, Loved!!

    A heart warming emotional Christmas romance set in Marietta. Rachel an overworked accountant, who once again been passed up for a promotion finds out that she was a gifted a bookstore in Marietta. She is not a book worm but wants to see what she has. When she arrives in Marietta she meets Atticus, who wants to buy the bookstore to turn into a steakhouse. Rachel never expects to fall in love with the bookstore, the town of Marietta and Atticus. This is book that brought out so many emotions, sad and happy tears. Loved how Rachel found true happiness in the bookstore, life can be simple. It's not Christmas without a visit to Marietta!! I highly recommend this wonderful story!!
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    Perfect for the Holiday!

    Returning to Marietta, Montana and its residents in Jane Porter’s OH, CHRISTMAS NIGHT is like returning to a place where can be yourself surrounded by people who care about you. I love returning to the town, especially at the holidays, and Porter is one of the best at pulling you into the town and the story, making you feel like you are right in the middle of it. She does this while bringing new characters to the town, tying them to existing characters, and creating a place for them to stay and find home. Rachel is a workaholic accountant who has buried her feelings and her life in an attempt to fulfill a dream she had of being a successful accountant. When the godmother she barely knows gifts her with a used bookstore in Montana, it comes at a time when she really needs to take a step back. She continues to be passed over for promotion, working in a company that doesn’t see her worth. Atticus has spent time in Marietta, and is close friends with one of the prominent families in town. He has spent the past 18 months trying to buy the bookstore, seeing it as the perfect place for his new restaurant. It should be easy to convince the career-minded California girl that she should give it up, right? He didn’t expect Rachel, or to realize that he was finally ready for the next stage in his life. I enjoyed the characters and how they came together as friends, It was wonderful to see characters in the town come together and embrace Rachel and help her find her way, including coming to terms with her feelings surrounding her mother’s death and how it affected her adult life. Atticus was a good person who had already had his career-path changed, and understood some of what Rachel was going through. This is a great one to read, curled up with a cozy blanket and a cup of hot chocolate. If you are looking for a feel-good holiday read with likeable characters and a beautiful small-town setting, than this is for you. #readzTule #janeporter #ohchristmasnight
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    Oh, Christmas Love

    Rachel and Atticus’ love story in Oh, Christmas Night by Jane Porter was a wonderful, amazing, emotional and enjoyable tale. In the aftermath of being passed over, once again, for a large promotion, overworked Californian Rachel Mills discovers that she has inherited an old bookstore in Marietta, Montana, the town where her mother grew up. Being frustrated and unsure with her life she flies to Montana to inspect the bookstore and the town. Atticus Bowen is a Texan lawyer and entrepreneur who believed he has found the perfect location for his next high-end steak restaurant, a closed bookstore on Marietta’s Main Street. All he needs to do is convince the new owner of Paradise Books to sell the building to him. Instead of taking his overly generous offer, Rachel decides to open the bookstore and see if the store is viable. Not one to relax, Rachel digs into the books and although logical, practical, and more comfortable with numbers she finds herself falling in love with the bookstore and all the inscriptions she has found in many of the books. Atticus spends part of each day at the bookstore, not to pressure Rachel, but to offer support and assistance in her endeavor. Spending time together, Rachel and Atticus talk and get to really know and understand each other; discovering an attraction growing between them. These two definitely have electricity sparking off of them, enough to light up the bookstore. Rachel freaks out when she realizes she is falling in love with Atticus as she is not quite ready to handle all of the emotions hitting her at once. Fleeing Marietta and returning home to California allows her to analyze the situation. What she didn’t expect was not only to be offered the denied promotion but how much she missed Atticus. Opening her heart to feelings and emotion might be normal for most people, but it’s a leap of faith for Rachel as she decides to share her feelings with Atticus. Ms. Porter is an amazing storyteller who wrote a wonderful story that is definitely not to be missed. She provided a tale rich with sexual chemistry, amusing banter, and endearing characters giving Rachel and Atticus a chance at love, happiness, and a future neither expected. I highly recommend Oh, Christmas Night to other readers. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
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    heartwarming Christmas romance

    After being passed over for a promotion, Rachel is gifted a bookstore as if by serendipity. Needing to make decisions about her life and work, she travels to Montana to assess the store. Not a book girl, as she learns about the books, she finds family history and develops a connection to the town, store, and most importantly--herself. She's also dealing with Atticus who wants to buy her store for the location, and she's slowly losing her heart to him. Atticus wants the location of the now closed bookstore for his new restaurant, and he's sure the new owner will sell to him, but she won't say yes. They hang out together, decorate her store, have an open house, and as they spend moments together, the connection is real. While he wants the location, he won't force her hand. Rachel must make decisions which could alter her lifestyle and force her out of her comfort zone, putting her heart on the line. Atticus is patient, but he's businessman. Can these two find the middle road which will give them a happily ever after and give them everything they want, plus a life together, or are the obstacles to great to overcome? A little Christmas magic may push them toward the right choice. A wonderful and heartwarming Christmas romance.
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    Sweet Romance

    Oh Christmas Night by Jane Porter. This is Rachel Mills and Atticus Bowen's story. Things are not going the way Rachel planned for her life. At a turning point in Rachel's life she inherits a book store that hasn't been opened in years. Atticus wants to buy the building for a restaurant that he wants to open. But as time goes on Atticus begins to change and he is there to support Rachel with whatever she wants to do with the bookstore. Rachel has a hard time letting her guard down. Will she continue her life not letting people in or will she take chances? I enjoyed this sweet Christmas story. I could picture the book store and wanted to go help Rachel sort through the books I love this little town of Marietta and the people. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
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