- File Size: 2914 KB
- Print Length: 220 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Tule Publishing (November 1, 2017)
- Publication Date: November 1, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B075MPYC2K
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #122,022 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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We have Joe a twice divorced man who has a bit of a medical problem. He can't go home from the hospital unless he has someone to check in on him. His daughters have not seen him since they left with their mom in the divorce when they were younger. Angry words and even nastier things said over the years by a mom after a divorce never leads to good will later ya know. One daughter says no, one has a softer heart.
EJ and Joe have a different kind of relationship. EJ himself has a story that reads like a Charles Dickens novel. Put these two together and they are a matched set...well maybe. There are some very good parts and a few if I were the author I might have changed. BUT that is the joy of reading a book. Being able to imagine it and thinking how would I change this story in my dreams. All in all this book met my expectations and more. Now I wonder if there is New Years and Valentines at the Graff?
Christmas At The Graff was a sweet holiday romance. I enjoyed it very much. I especially loved how the author describes the holidays in Marietta. If you know me, then you know I am a huge fan of all things Marietta, Montana that Tule publishing releases. The only thing I love more than romance in Marietta is Christmas in Marietta.
EJ and Jemma.......
EJ is a physical therapist in Marietta. One of his patients, Joe, has fallen and once he is released from the hospital will need home care. Joe's daughter Jemma will be coming to stay with him for several weeks. While Jemma is less than thrilled and not a little anxious at being around her father, Joe is thrilled beyond measure. Joe has been estranged from his daughters for more than a decade and they want nothing to do with him. Because of Jemma losing her father, her life was shaped into something that made her guarded and cautious of trusting. But Joe is praying he can break through her walls and earn her forgiveness.
EJ is worried that his patient, and very good friend Joe, is setting himself up for more heartbreak. EJ himself knows what abandonment is like and he too keeps his heart guarded. But when Jemma comes to town, EJ's own walls start to crumble, as well as her own. But will Jemma let her guard down enough to accept love and forgiveness? Maybe the magic of Christmas will be the catalyst for a new view on life and love for them all.
I loved watching the interaction between Jemma and EJ as well as Jemma and Joe. I won't give too many details because this is a heartwarming story that you will love more if it isn't spoiled for you.
I enjoyed this sweet book very much however I was disappointed with the conclusion. For me, there were many questions in my mind that didn't get answered. I like to see my HEAs on the pages and not have to infer that things worked out. That said, in my opinion, this book would have been better for me with an epilogue.
This is my honest and unbiased review. Thank you for taking the time to read it.
I love all the stories of Marietta and this one didn't disappointm. Definitely read it.