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Her Holiday Man

Written by: Shannon Stacey
Narrated by: Melissa Lions
Length: 3 hrs and 36 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary

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Publisher's Summary

Christina Forrester is starting over. After a financial scandal sent her ex-husband to prison, she's left raising her young son without any of the comforts of their old life. Budgets, coupons, lawn care - you name it, she's learning to do it all on her own. Well, almost on her own - she'd be lost without Gail Broughton, the kind widow across the street. But when Gail's son comes home, Christina's vow to never trust a man again is put to the test.

Will Broughton left town because he was tired of being "that poor man" who lost his wife and unborn child in a tragic accident. But years have passed, and with his dad gone and his mom alone, it's time to go home. Only his mother's not alone. She's taken Christina under her wing, and the beautiful and determined single mother awakens something in Will he thought was buried forever. As Will and Christina are forced to spend more time together, feelings that are more than neighborly grow between them. And with Christmas coming and a child filling both houses with holiday cheer, it becomes nearly impossible not to embrace the joy - and the love - in their lives.

©2014 Shannon Stacey (P)2015 Audible, Inc.

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  • 17-12-18

Christmas wish

I gave the book 4stars since it was a lively light read. I recommend it.

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  • 29-11-18

Nice Holiday Second Chance Romance

This was a sweet Christmas story. A second chance romance for both the leading characters. Predictable but not boring.

I wasn’t a fan of the narrator but I’ve heard worse. She just didn’t have enough range to make the voices distinct. A couple of times I felt like I couldn’t tell if Will or Christina was talking during one of their conversations. She did a good job with the little boy though. I also felt like the narrator was a little “blah”, she could’ve had a little more inflection to her reading voice.