- File Size: 1108 KB
- Print Length: 72 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: October 25, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00G76ZZSI
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #675,574 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Christmas Catch: A Holiday Novella Kindle Edition
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I liked it, didn't love it, but if you are looking for a cute Christmas read, give this a try.
Like other Cameron books I've read, there's a great sense of place in Christmas Catch. As usual I felt connected with the setting of this small town in Maine. I also felt a good connection with Ivy, the main character, with her attitude toward her hometown; the good and the bad. I feel that this added to my uncertainty of the story's outcome, as well. For a story without too much depth, this was a welcomed uncertainty.
Christmas Catch was just what I needed to read this time of year. Even if I didn't feel it's in the same league as Cameron's novels that I've read so far, it's still a great read since ultimately I base a book on itself. If the author writes more about Ivy and Sawyer, I'll be sure to read it.
I really liked Sawyer. He's a good guy who has gotten dealt some rather unfortunate hands. He was hurt deeply when Ivy decided they should end things before parting ways to attend school. Now, they keep running into one another and the tension between them is high. Ivy is genuinely sorry for how she left things with him, yet she knows she is not there to stay and neither one can survive the heartache again. Things with Ivy and Sawyer were awesome when they were together. I don't think ending things with him were really what she wanted, but she really felt as if she had no other choice. Both were going to different schools and it's hard to hold on to that high school love when you know you will be separated.
Ivy's family, while a bit crazy, really do love her and want what's best for her. Even if that means playing matchmaker! I love how Ivy's mom meddles and sticks her nose in her and Sawyer's business.
"Why doesn't she just shove the two of us in my room, lock the door and tell us that we're not allowed out until we've re-consummated our relationship? Actually, it wouldn't shock me if she did that.Read more ›
Ivy is definitely torn. She loves going to school at Columbia but she misses her family and her small town (even if she won't admit it to herself). She also misses Sawyer (which she also won't admit to herself). He is her one and only love. He hasn't forgotten her or how much he loved her. It was just so sweet to read about Ivy and Sawyer reconnect with their past via their inside jokes and memories. They were two peas in a pod growing up and the two years apart hasn't changed them much. They still fit together like a glove. There was just enough laughter and love to balance them out.
I love Christmas stories. For some reason, books about the holidays just warm my heart. Big family get togethers and traditions are so uplifting. Ivy's family was a joy to read about. They were fun, quirky, and loving. The small town antics and matchmaking between the families was hilarious. I loved the little nuances of the small town fishing village, too. The story was touching and heartfelt. It was warm and cozy. The perfect read for a cold winter's day in front of the fire place! 4 Stars for Christmas Catch! Enjoy!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
After two years, Ivy Emerson is going to her small town for Christmas.
When she finished high school, she left everything behind and went to college without looking... Read more
I loved this Christmas story! Chelsea did such an amazing job of taking you on a ride with the characters of this book! Read morePublished on February 4, 2014 by B
I wouldn't recommend this too anyone that likes just a good book and does not need all the explicit sex with it. Read morePublished on January 11, 2014 by Darlene Tronsgard
This book being a novella was short, but sweet. The characters were relatable and the setting was lovely. I would recommend this book if you are looking for a short light read.Published on December 29, 2013 by Rachel
Review for Ramblings From This Chick. ramblingsfromthischick.blogspot.com
Novellas are always really hit or miss for me. Read more
I find it hard to believe this book was writen by a nyt bestseller. The writing as well as the heroine were juvenille and lacked focus, the editing was poorly done and what little... Read morePublished on December 21, 2013 by Avid Reader
You will love this fast fun read! You never know what you have till you don't have it anymore. Love has a way of always finding it way back together!Published on December 20, 2013 by Bear77
I was happy with this Novella, however, I felt that the issues that claimed to have separated Ivy and Sawyer were brushed aside and that seemed a little too unrealistic to me. Read morePublished on December 20, 2013 by micharch
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