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Story 2 in the best-selling series, Forever Christmas. The western Washington town of Glenville is threatened with the possible loss of their 100 year old Christmas tree farm to an outside corporation. Four friends join together to keep the tradition alive and create new opportunities with the rebirth of the Forever Christmas tree farm.
Adelaide Duval has been told how to live her life from a very early age. First by her mother and then by her jerk boyfriend Jason. Both leave her expectantly and now she’s starting over with a new home and a new business. A new romance never crosses her mind.
Roman Bennett leaves his old life behind in the big city and settles into the small town of Glenville. When he meets Adelaide, his wounded heart is healed with a Christmas Kiss.
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- Just My Opinion
Sweet, Heartwarming Feel Good Romance!
This second book is another wonderful story in the Forever Christmas series. The heroine is absolutely lovable. After years in a verbally abusive relationship she deserves the kind of man that will treat her with the love and respect she deserves. Roman Bennett may just be that man. He has also had his heart broken and needs someone like Adelaide to help him heal. This is such a sweet, heartwarming, feel good story. And Rufus is the icing on the cake. Christy Williamson does a good job with the narration.
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- MM NW Chicago
Story OK, ruined by HORRIBLE narrator (again)
Would you try another book from Sharon Kleve and/or Christy Williamson?
Author is OK, lightweight brief story. However, the narrator totally ruins the experience.
Would you ever listen to anything by Sharon Kleve again?
Sure, if I didn't pay too much.
How could the performance have been better?
A different narrator.
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
Story was mildly entertaining. Nothing special, but an OK way to listen to in the background while doing something else. I like the Christmas business aspect; very reminiscent of Nora Roberts Bride series.
Any additional comments?
Seriously, check out the narrator on other books--universally awful reviews!