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- Print Length: 61 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1977821650
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: October 27, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0762MHQJR
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,154 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Christmas Miracle on Easter (Christmas Miracle Series Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Gauthier is a great writer and a master of finishing a story with a sledgehammer that leaves you wanting to read on and keen for the next story.
I really enjoyed this book, and I really hope there will be another. Christmas Miracle on Canada Day, perhaps?
Christmas Miracle On Easter #3 - Oh, no. It's not exactly a cliffhanger, but it is; there's more to the story. This story continues where On Valentine's Day ended. Jack is still growing and accepting all the changes still coming with open arms; even the yucky ones. More of the characters are involved with their lives adding to Jack's.
Christmas Miracle In July #1 - An interesting little story set in Christmas Town. I didn't know what the story was about, but it drew me in and kept me interested until the end. I liked the characters and the reason for the story. This author hasn't disappointed me with any of her books.
Christmas Miracle On Valentine's Day #2 - This story continues where In July ended. The story continues with Jack's acceptance to the changes in his life. The characters grow and the plot is interesting and has a lot of humor in it.
Control - Not into BDSM, which doesn't get too graphic continuously, just in one scene. Didn't care for Lexi, a weak woman making bad decisions. I didn't trust Landon, a damaged character with more going on than the story lets surface. The story did get interesting, filled with suspense. By the way it ends, I'm assuming there's more to come. Disregarding the subject matter, Control was actually hard to put down once started, even though the first few chapters were slow going. I contacted the author to review her books, not knowing what the book was about.
Bound - A suspenseful, action-packed, humorous continuation of Control. The beginning is slow, but the pace picks up quickly and keeps it up. Lexi redeems herself, and along with Landon, is full of surprises. Leroy is a great supporting character. If you like stories about the Mafia, read this. For those who care, there's infrequent cursing and no sex. Hopefully, we'll see more of Leroy and Landon; I get the impression there's more to their story. I contacted the author to review her books and she gave me this ARC.
Longing - Glad to get background on Leroy, I found him an interesting character in Control and Bound. The author tells interesting, suspenseful, action-packed stories, but does have a problem with grammar, word usage and punctuation. For those who care, she doesn't use vulgar language, and other than one sex scene in Control, there's no sex. There's improvement between Longing and Bound, and I hope to see Leroy and Landon in future books. I was put on a mailing list and received this short story.
If you’re in need of grinning from ear to ear, and could use more than a few chuckles, this story, along with those leading up to it—‘Christmas Miracle in July’ and ‘Christmas Miracle on Valentine’s Day-- are for you!
Jack tried to remain unmoved but can’t help but enjoy the children’s wide-eyed excitement. They receive more surprising news as they begin to make plans for their future. Nice short and sweet romantic tale (tail).
I haven't read the first 2 books in this series and I suspect that would have helped make more sense of what was going on in this one. This together with the rather sudden ending leads me to believe these books could more accurately be called a serial, and would perhaps have been better presented in one decent length book.
Having got that out of the way, the writing is very good and the characters are well written and easy to relate to making a fairly light feel-good read.
I received a complimentary copy of the book from the author but this honest review has been written from my own opinions.