- File Size: 470 KB
- Print Length: 154 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: October 30, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MPZJA14
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #253,512 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Little White Christmas Lie Kindle Edition
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I enjoyed the story. I had a hard time with all the people that tried to control her life under the caption, "because I love you and for your own good". Thank goodness she had a spine and stood up for herself and did as she pleased - but not right away which bothered me somewhat. I would recommend the book as a quick and easy read and very entertaining.
SPOILER - I would like to know a couple of things. How on earth did the town thug have 2 million dollars to loan and what on earth did the grandmother do with that kind of money since the Inn was so run down, in need of massive repairs, and she was constantly having her grandson bail her out of debt?? That didn't add up for me. I was also confused as how Char disappeared and wound up at the Waffle Haus which was 3 hrs. away. If he rode to the hospital with her in the ambulance, how did he get his car?
I was not paid for this review. I am not an author nor do I know one. I am not kin to this author. I am a reader and this is my opinion, nothing more nothing less.
Millie is a rich, famous romance writer and Carson is in finance. Both on their was to visit an inn his grandmother owns for the holidays. Millie gets into a car accident thanks to the cow and Carson makes up a lie that they are engaged so that he can be with her at the hospital. Somehow the fact that he has a fiancé spreads throughout Chickory, NY...hence the little white lie. Now bring on the zaniness and loads of sugar from everyone. Every character was super sweet, full of fun, and brushed off every difficulty with a laugh and an oh well. Millie was a saint (she is...emotionally and financially charitable). Even Carson, who was the most level-headed of the bunch ended up being perfectly sweet. I had a hard time taking the antagonist seriously and not everything was resolved at the end.
If you are looking for a fun, sweet, feel good read with zany characters and you don't mind suspending belief, then this is your book! This might not have been my perfect read but Kristy Tate is a good writer so I would try another book for the right price.
Cute holiday story of a woman who's a writer and she's on her way to an inn.
Millie's never met the woman who called but has a feeling she needs to be there.
On the train she meets a man who's heading in that general direction. In her travels she runs off the road and the man on the train, Carson-his grandmother owns the inn.
He rescues her and gets her to the doctor then back to the inn where she stays longer than expected through all the activities planned for friends and family. Before you know it others have them engaged...
The inn is in trouble and the pageant doesn't go off as planned and one little girl blames herself. In midst of the fighting she leaves and the others send out people with flashlights to find her.
Millie thinks she's overstayed and leaves with her ex when she realizes who it is that she wants to be with. She's bought the inn and Carson doesn't think she needs to do that-it's a money pit.
Lots of misunderstandings and you wonder if they will ever see eye to eye.
Love hearing of the events that occurred to celebrate the holiday at the inn but wish there had been more. Loved the scenery and surroundings.
Excerpt from Making music is included at the end.
This is worth reading AT CHRISTMAS. May try some of her other books and see if the magic of Christmas is needed to make her books sing.