As you know, I have been trying this new thing for me where I tell you about a book I loved and share a free ebook link to that book if possible.
Why did I pick this novel?
When Jess finds out that her best friend Holly is having a hard time, she goes back to her hometown to her out. A message I thought about while reading this novel is that it’s okay to explore your feelings, even if it’s a feeling you don’t want. I loved the friendship bond between Holly and Jess. What I took away from this story is that good things come when you are open to seeing them.
I thought there was only one thing that would have me running back home, but, it appears I was wrong; a phone call in the middle of the night from my best friend’s daughter also had
the power to do it.
After a devastating loss tore her family apart, Jess Harrison left the lakeside village she calls home and hasn’t looked back.
Three years on, she returns to help Holly Richards, her best friend and business partner, through her own rough patch and quickly finds herself falling back into village life as if she’s never been away.
But a chance meeting with a handsome stranger soon has Jess confronting her own ghosts of Christmases past and she finds herself accepting his offer to help her rediscover her Christmas spirit.
Can friendships, both old and new, help restore Jess’ faith in Christmas and will she find love along the way?