• A Christmas Creek Carol

  • A Christmas Creek Romance
  • By: Rachelle Ayala
  • Narrated by: Trei Taylor
  • Length: 2 hrs and 21 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (23 ratings)

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A Christmas Creek Carol

By: Rachelle Ayala
Narrated by: Trei Taylor
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A modern romantic retelling of a classic Christmas favorite

Ebony Cruse is a romance writer with no time for fun - much less dating. When an old friend, Blaze O'Carroll, stops by to ask her to the Christmas Creek Gala Ball, Ebony refuses to go since she has a deadline. Ebony dives into her work in progress and is surprised when characters from her past, present, and future come to life. When Ebony sees Blaze in trouble, she has a big decision to make. Will the Christmas Creek magic give her and Blaze a Christmas worth remembering?

Christmas Creek romances are a fun way to get into the holiday spirit. They are sassy stand-alone romances centered around a town which celebrates Christmas all year round. Each story has a happy ending and can be heard in any order, but of course, they are more fun if heard together.

Deck the Hearts, book 1: Can Holly’s jolly Christmas spirit help Grinchy Gordon Gills save the town of Christmas Creek?

Her Christmas Chance, book 2: A woman with cerebral palsy and her tomcat disagree about the attractive ex-con living next door. Will a dose of Christmas magic reach through his dark secrets?

A Christmas Creek Carol, book 3: A reclusive writer, Ebony Cruse, is given a one-star review on her life by characters in her past, present, and future.

©2018 Rachelle Ayala (P)2018 Rachelle Ayala Publishing, LLC

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A sweet rendition of a classic with a twist

Christmas Creek is a quaint little town where it's Christmas all year. The residents dress in Vintage attire and the Holidays are spectacular. Ebony has come home for the first time in years since her mom's death to work on her writing which seems to be stuck. But instead of the peace and quiet, she thought she would have she keeps getting interrupted by the residents and then face to face with her past, Blaze o'Carroll. She didn't know Blaze was home on leave.
This is a sweet little story that takes us through Ebony's past, present and future in a unique way. Then there is another twist near the end that adds a touch of drama. I loved how Ebony's characters were sort of characters as well, talking to her as she wrote them. ( probably something only a writer would get LOL)
I liked Trei Taylor's narration. she gave Ebony a solid voice and the story good emotion. The pacing is good and it never felt like I was just being read to.
If you like authors, military men, dogs, Christmas romance and some sweet romance you will like this one.

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