Sunday, October 9, 2016

Review: Christmas in Eternity Springs by: Emily March

Title: Christmas In Eternity Springs
Author: Emily March
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Series: Eternity Springs #12
Pages: 336
Format: e-book ARC
Source: NetGalley & Book Tour


Can Miss Christmas find her spirit again?

After a devastating betrayal, Claire Branham packs up the pieces of her life, along with a twenty-million-dollar secret, and moves to Eternity Springs. She opens a specialty shop—Forever Christmas—and, with the help of a surprise romance with the town’s sexy new handyman, Claire’s heart begins to heal. Until her past comes knocking…

Jax Lancaster never questioned the need to abandon his career as a Navy submariner in order to care for his young son in the wake of his ex-wife’s death. Desperate to help with this loss, Jax straps on a tool belt to give Nicholas the one thing he wants: A life in Eternity Springs. What Jax never expected to find a second chance at love with a fascinating woman for whom Christmas has become a business. But when the truth about Claire threatens their newfound happiness, can Jax prove to her that in Eternity Springs, the spirit of Christmas is real. . .and will last a lifetime?

My Thoughts:

This book opens up with Claire whose getting ready for Christmas with her fiance but gets the shock of her life when she finds he's married to someone else, she uproots her life to Eternity Springs to work on not being against Christmas forever.  Clare is determined to find a way past Landon the looser Lawyer.  Will she find it in Eternity Springs?

Then there is Jax Lancaster whose recently moved to Eternity Springs to pick up his son for a day camp after the death of his ex-wife, he vows to do anything he can to give his son a good life.  Jax is also trying to find his way after his last relationship fell apart and now he's learning to be a father on top of it.

Both Claire and Jax seems to have so many problems they have to work through.  Will their differences keep them apart or can they work through it?  I loved this story and found myself loving this small town romance which reminds me of Sherryl Woods's books as well as Debbie Macomber and parts of Jill Shalvis books too.  I think lovers of small town romances will find themselves drawn in and having hard time leaving Eternity Springs

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