Sleigh Bells Ring: Four Contemporary Romance Novellas
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Sleigh Bels Ring, Four Contemporary Romance Novels, by various authors
When Robert Tucker an ex marine passes away of cancer, the four Tucker sisters inherit their family's now run down horse farm in Kentucky bluegrass country. The girls were distant from their father for many years after he left their mother. Should they sell the farm with all it's memories?
All I Want for Christmas, by Sandra D. Bricker
Joanna lives in Fort Wayne Indiana and is hopeful her sisters will celebrate one last Christmas together in the family home
Her Old Kentucky Home, by Lynette Sowell
Isabella's has a job & a boyfriend in Chicago
I'll Be Home for Christmas, by Barbara J. Scott
Sophia is an Equine Veterinarian now living in Nashville
Please Come Home for Christmas, by Lenora Worth
Amy has a seven year old son and lives in New Orleans
Number of Pages: 320
Vendor: Gilead Publishing
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
Never mind a pony. The Tucker girls have inherited their fathers horse farm for Christmas. Make that . . . a run-down horse farm. It needs some serious TLC in order to make it sell-ready. Joanna knows that by recruiting her sisters and one handsome ranch hand they can fix up the place and even celebrate one last Christmas while theyre at it. However, to Isabella, returning to their home in Kentucky bluegrass country for Christmas seems like an impossible hurdle. Can her Chicago boyfriend make life merry and bright again?
One things for surenothing is peace on earth for Sophia as a new beau brings up old wounds. And when the fate of the horse farm is put in jeopardy because Amy accidentally fraternizes with the enemy, tensions rise. But its not like the land developer stole Christmas . . . just her heart.
Can the Tucker sisters have themselves a merry little Christmas?
joyful334209FLAge: 45-54Gender: Female5 Stars Out Of 5GOD hears no sleigh bells ringOctober 24, 2016joyful334209FLAge: 45-54Gender: FemaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Extraordinary - yes that is what I would say in one word - extraordinary. The book is four novellas - one for each sister - each story intertwines with each other - it flows from one to the other and not many can say that - it is about loss and how to deal with the loss and how different each character deals with the loss. Your heart strings are tugged at, and then your heart jumps a few times when romance is approached as well - you cheer for the sisters and you actually find yourselves being protective of each one of them. You are like a family member - like a fifth sister, and you hate seeing them hurt, and this guy or that guy had better not hurt her. It really is an incredible book - believe me - you will not be disappointed in this book - it is worth your time. I received a copy of this book for an honest review
Karen RWAGender: Female5 Stars Out Of 5Heartwarming Christmas romance!September 23, 2016Karen RWAGender: FemaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Four sisters return to the Kentucky horse farm where they grew up after learning that their estranged father has left it to them in his will. Reluctant to come home, they all find the key to their future seems to be tied to dealing with their past.
What a beautiful setting for romance, among the snow dusted fields of Kentucky, complete with horses and handsome heroes! The four novellas are linked closely together, building on the one before, telling each sister's part of the story; it flows well, reading like a full novel. They are an interesting family, each one dealing with their father's death from a unique perspective, as well as their mother's years before. They were good examples of how we all grieve a loss differently, and how important it is to forgive in order to heal. As one sister tells another, "Don't let the memories from the past ruin the dreams of the future."
Coming home out of necessity--to decide what to do with the property--brings the unexpected benefit of reconnecting with lost friendships and new loves. There is a lot of fun interaction between some of the couples, and the romances seem realistic, though a bit hurried sometimes. I enjoyed each one. My favorite character was Aunt Sarah, who doles out wisdom as she cooks. She was such a good example of how to genuinely love people.
Recommend for readers looking for a wholesome, inspirational romance.
(Book provided by NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for my honest, original review.)
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