Pushed into working on the town's much-loved annual Christmas festival, Jeanette teams up with the sexy new town manager. Tom McDonald may be the only person in Serenity who's less enthused about family and the holidays than she is. But with tree decorations going up on the town square and a bit of romance in the air, Jeanette and Tom take a fresh look at the past and a hopeful look into the future. Together they discover that this just may be a season of miracles after all.
©2008 Sherryl Woods; (P)2008 Audible, Inc.
This is a fun progression of friendships. Enjoyed the read and would recommend it to girlfriends...good chic lit!
Having a better narrator. Number one: Ms. Anderson is very hard to listen to plus (2) she's there's no consistency with the voices.
I simply could not finish this book. I really tried, but the narrator ruined the book for me. Her tone and Southern accent were just too hard to cope with. I read all three books before this one and am reading number 5 now, but this one was simply awful. I never quit reading a book part way through, but this is one that I did. Sherryl Woods, please NEVER use this narrator again.
I love the ongoing characters.
Additions to all the characters lives
Would rather not. The accents set my teeth on edge. Where on earth does Toms accent come from? Sounds like a bit of a Maine accent when he is supposed to be from the Carolinas
A "family" by choice with a happy ending
I loved the way she tried to always stand her ground, but then somehow she always gave in.
Why don't they stick to the same narrators when they do a series??? I can't keep track of the story because the narrator's voice is annoying me so much. She doesn't keep the voices she does straight. I'm so dissappointed.
I love the Steel Magnolia series, but can't stand listening to this narrator. I thought at first, Suzy Myers would be okay to listen to, but three chapters into it, I want to scream!
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