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His Christmas Delight (Christmas romance Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B01BYHO0AI
- Publication date : March 27, 2016
- Language : English
- File size : 1824 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 135 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,189,396 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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“His Christmas Delight” is indeed a delight to read. At times sweet, at times sizzling, sometimes painfully emotional, sometimes funny, this story had it all. I could really identify with Jay’s inner turmoil and conflict, and Myra was authentic and interesting, too. At certain passages, I wanted to smash their heads together because they were being so stubborn, but that was part of the delightful package. Christmas seemed the perfect set-up for the unexpected and temperamental reunion. The love scenes were as sensual as I have come to expect them from the author, and the dialogues seemed plucked straight out of real life.
No matter what the season, this is a true Christmas present. Do indulge in this short but very eventful and entertaining read!
The heroine is a recent widow with a child and the hero is an old friend of her husbands with links to a toy shop in the town. He is struggling with PTSD and is reluctant to look to the future with anyone.
There is a cultural aspect to these books, this one is set in Goa, a former Portuguese colony on the Indian subcontinent. Which explains the Christmas thing.
Overall, a nice little story with a satisfactory ending.
Myra is a sprightly, young woman, ready to lend a helping hand to anyone in the town. During one of her tryst to help a friend she runs into Jay, her childhood friend. Sparks fly that Christmas season and they are fiercely attracted to each other.
The story beautifully weaves the conflicts and insecurities of both the protagonists. The narration is simple and interesting. I loved the setting of Goa and the characterization of both Myra and Jay.
A breezy, romantic read.
A nice short read, takes only an hour or two
Jay tried to rescue Pete and in the long run got PTSD and is now a shadow of himself.
Together they could be what each other needs, if only they both accept it.
This could totally be a Harlequin Desire novel. Everyone knows my favorites are Harlequin Presents but this one had some pretty good factors in it.
When I first started reading this novel and was a few chapters in, I was left feeling confused. I wanted to know what happen to Myra's husband Pete and how he was taken away from her. Eventually Jay touched on that and boy was it a discovery of how they were linked.
I was also a bit disappointed how the author has missed her point on really taking Pete's death to the next emotional level for this novel. If it was highlighted and heightened, it would of been more tear worthy.
I liked how the author developed the characters and the whole high school first love/crush thing is what made this novel really take shape the right way.
The love scenes weren't overly dramatic and weren't drawn out, which makes me think this novel could be great for a lot of readers of *almost* any age.
Overall I was impressed with this novel, it was good and thought out, there were things I would of loved to see changed but others left me feeling nostalgia over my past loves. This was the first time I have heard of Summerita Rhayne and I'll be looking out for her novels in the future.