Series: Cranberry Inn
on November 22nd 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Sports
Pages: 136 pages
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Christmas at the Murphy household has always been a big deal, but with her daughters getting older, Kacie Murphy is feeling a bit sentimental, so she decides to give her family the perfect Christmas.
Plans of cookie baking, sleigh ride taking, and snowman making are quickly put in jeopardy when Kacie receives devastating news—her mom has sold the beloved Cranberry Inn.
Not one to let his wife stay sad for long, hockey hunk and husband extraordinaire, Brody Murphy, hatches the ultimate surprise to save Kacie’s perfect Christmas.
When fate and the weather threaten his plans once again, Brody, Viper and Andy might just have to phone in a favor to Santa himself to save Christmas at the Cranberry Inn.
*This low-angst, heartwarming novella of family and Christmas is the final farewell of the Cranberry Inn gang that readers have grown to love over the years.
Christmas is my favorite holiday, so pretty much everything Christmas related makes me giddy. But what really gets me excited is when my favorite authors decide to speed some holiday cheer when the these novellas that show cases a tiny glimmer into the present day lives of our favorite heroes and heroines.
When I started reading the cranberry inn series a few years ago, I absolutely fell in love with Brody Murphy, Kacie and the twinkles, so it was a joy to find out that Beth Ehemann had decided to give them a little extra story. Kacie’s mom has decided to enjoy her golden years with her husband and her grandchildren, which means she has decided to sell the inn. This is of course heartbreaking to Kacie who dreams of the perfect Christmas at the inn. Brody being the swoon worthy hero that he is wants to make that perfect Christmas happen…
This is a quick cozy read about how Christmas is meant to be spent, with the people around you who matter the most. I really liked it but I felt a little lost in all the different POVs but that might be because I haven’t read Viper and Andy’s stories yet. For me, the change of POVs lost me a little, I was so busy keeping track of whose head I was inside of, to really enjoy the story. But all in all, i really liked it. But I can’t rate it more than 3.5 stars do to my, at times, slight confusion about who was the narrator.