- File Size: 2384 KB
- Print Length: 164 pages
- Publisher: Hatco Publishing (October 23, 2017)
- Publication Date: October 23, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B076CHRQBY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,629 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Forever Yours in Christmas Falls (Return to Christmas Falls Book 5) Kindle Edition
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A mix-up with the lease of the property that Morgan wanted for her new salon… and the property that Dallas planned on for his handmade furniture store would spark the beginning of their relationship. Two people who had always been attracted to each other, each had their secret crush might now as adults see each other in a different light. There may be a future growing for them… but there are so many roadblocks that they’ll have to navigate. Her past and family. His past and the town’s perception of him. And most of all… Morgan’s mother.
It’s very easy to view Ivy, Morgan’s mother, as the villain in this romance. The truth is that she really isn’t. Oh, she’s stubborn, opinionated, demanding and strict… but she’s also a mom, a fact that Miss Anna Cate makes clear to us and Morgan late in this story. Hey, I’m a mom and I didn’t see Miss Anna Cate’s viewpoint until it was brought to my attention – so it’s easy to see her as the bad guy in this romance.
Both Dallas and Morgan are holding secrets close to their hearts, secrets that have shaped them and need to come out into the open to be healed. Funny how love can do that. There were moments when it looked like they couldn’t possibly find their future, and the emotional feel of those moments flows from the page to the reader so poignantly.
I have always loved Susan Hatler’s romances… but this one goes to another level. I picked up this story from NetGalley and within minutes went and pre-ordered the entire series.and I’m so glad I did for this has been a wonderful journey with friends reuniting, families changing, and futures being forged – and it’s not over yet for there are more stories to come. I was touched by Morgan and Dallas’ romance, by their lives and I would highly recommend this story and the entire series to any Romance reader, no matter the genre. It’s that good.
I purchased this entire series to keep final editions in my own personal Kindle library.
*I received an e-ARC of this novel from the publisher via NetGalley. That does not change what I think of this story. It is my choice to leave a review giving my personal opinion about this book.*
I loved watching Morgan and Dallas work through this problem. It was immature, but also funny to watch Morgan hiding from her overbearing mother who doesn’t know that Morgan is a beautician. There were plenty of awkward and laugh out loud moments.
I loved how Dallas and Morgan supported and encouraged one another. Their return to friendship, and shift to romance was sweet.
I am loving this series, and Morgan and Dallas did not disappoint!
Content: clean (some kissing)
The best written stories were Book 1: Homecoming in Christmas Falls & Book 6: Love Notes in Christmas Falls. That is why they receive a 4-star rating. The other stories have a 3-star rating; because regardless of the author, the writing style was passive, no action, stilted dialog and repetitive story line. As an avid reader, I was bored. The blurb and reading the last chapter in each book told the story. The resolution to the series was also unsatisfying. I did not enjoy that all seven books were released at once. I enjoyed the Beach Brides series where every week a new book was released. That gave the reader time to reflect on the story and anticipate the next book.