Friday, November 14, 2014

#REVIEW - Home for Christmas by Lia Fairchild

This year, Ali and Stephen are both just trying to make it through the holidays. Stephen is fresh out of a relationship and dreading the prospect of Christmas alone. Ali, on the other hand, can’t celebrate with friends or family. The most important man in her life is dying—decorating cookies and hanging tinsel aren’t even on her radar. When the two meet during a chance encounter, Stephen’s instant attraction to Ali spurs him into action. He’ll do whatever it takes to give her the holiday she deserves and pull off a real Christmas miracle.

Lia Fairchild’s Home for Christmas is the moving story of two people, fates intertwined, about to be surprised by what destiny has in store.
This was a lovely 'short' 29-page Christmas story that 'hit the spot'.
This author really knows how to write strong, realistic characters while also giving them strong development right from the start. I love that in an author. This is really saying a lot being this book is only 29 pages long, so again, the author did a great job! I really wished this book was longer! Put this on your TBR list, or just read it because it won't take you long at all! It's an enjoyable little story to help put you 'in the mood' for Christmas!
This author has several other books, but you may know her more for her newer Women's Fiction book, Circle in the Sand, which I have for review! I'll be telling you about it shortly!
Enjoy this one, though, too! Merry Christmas!

ebook: 99cents

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