The MacAllisters of Rivers End Boxed Set (Books 1-4): including Silver Bells + Tipsy + Reindeer Games + Wedding Bells

By: CJ Hunt
Series: The MacAllisters of Rivers End, Book 1-4
Length: 8 hrs and 50 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
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"I want to move to Rivers End. I feel like I already have friends there." (Dani Collins, USA Today best-selling author of the Blue Spruce Lodge series)

The MacAllisters of Rivers End boxed set includes books #1-4

If you love contemporary small town romance, then come home to Rivers End and meet the MacAllisters and the Murphys. They just want to settle down and lead normal lives in their small Vancouver Island town, but romance blossoms in the unlikeliest places. And trouble has a way of finding them, every time...

Silver Bells (Isaac MacAllister + Jenna Murphy, Beginnings)

Big River Lodge owner Isaac MacAllister has no time for romance. He’s got enough on his plate with a spritely kindergartner to raise and a business to run. But he doesn’t bargain on the appearance of the irresistible Jenna Murphy. Jenna just wants to escape work and family for a while. In Silver Bells, will she let one sexy dad and his sweet daughter Sara derail her plans for her holiday…and her life?

Tipsy (Shannon MacAllister + Lucas Heyes)

Shannon MacAllister wants to ring in the new year with someone who is nothing like her ex. She gets her wish. Too bad Lucas Heyes, world-class kisser, is a family traitor who lost her trust five years ago. Lucas wants to mend fences with the MacAllisters and start afresh in Rivers End. In Tipsy, will this dark horse convince Shannon to open her heart and risk trying again?

Reindeer Games (Eli Murphy + Ginger Lewis)

If wandering homeless in a snowstorm on Christmas Eve isn’t rock bottom, it sure feels like it to Jenna’s estranged brother Eli Murphy. So when Ginger Lewis rescues him, he finds himself fantasizing about a future he doesn’t deserve. But the last thing Ginger needs is a mysterious bad boy with a criminal jawline. Before the Reindeer Games are over, loyalties will be tested and secrets will be spilled. 

Wedding Bells (Isaac MacAllister + Jenna Murphy, Happily Ever After)

In Wedding Bells, Isaac MacAllister is this close to making Jenna Murphy his, forever. Then his ex -Sara’s mother - rolls into town, bringing unfinished business with her. Sidelined by the drama, Jenna knows she should strike out on her own. But how can she, when she already sees Isaac and Sara as family?

Come home to Rivers End...

While all the Rivers End stories can be listened to as standalones, you may want to listen to each mini-series in order to preserve any plot surprises and get the full picture of how the characters lives weave together!

©2018 CJ Hunt (P)2018 CJ Hunt

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  • Erryn Barratt
  • 12-12-19

Great series, all in one place

Although each Rivers End novellas can be listened to separately, there’s something magical about listening to them all together, especially this time of year. I’m known as a bit of a Scrooge, but even I was captivated and carried away by these stories. I wanted to visit Rivers End because I grew up in a very similar small town.

These tales are limited drama, low angst stories. They’re heart warming and sweet. If I had to pick a favorite, I would go with Reindeer Games – I’m a sucker for a good redemption story. But there are also universal themes such as forgiveness and tropes such as enemies to lovers. (Again, a fave of mine.)

The narrators for this series did a great job. The books are set in a small town British Columbia, Canada and the two women have voices that are fairly neutral, accent-wise, and so they fit perfectly. I recommend this series for anyone who wants some feel-good stories that’ll make you smile.