Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Christmas at Seashell Cottage (Jewell Cove #1.5) by Donna Alward

Contemporary Romance E-Book

What Goodreads says:

It's Christmas in Jewell Cove, and local doctor Charlie Yang finds her quiet, steady life disrupted by both an abandoned baby in the nativity manger, and a real-life mystery man. Sure, she's always wanted a family of her own, but she didn't imagine it coming from a baby that wasn't hers and a man who was more interested in living day by day than making long-term plans.

Ex-SEAL Dave Ricker hadn't planned on making Jewell Cove his forever home, but the talented and tender-hearted Charlie has him reconsidering his position on settling down. Can a beautiful woman, adorable baby and a small-town full of holiday spirit change his mind for good?

Fall in love with Donna Alward's holiday romance, Christmas at Seashell Cottage, exclusively in e-book. And look for the other books in the Jewell Cove series.

Christmas at Seashell Cottage is another of those heart-warming books that come out every Christmas season.  If you are like me and love Christmas and the stories Christmas at Seashell Cottage is the book for you.

Charlie Yang and Dave Ricker are both great characters.  Charlie feels like she has never fit in.  She loves Jewell Cove but after a year still feels like an outsider.  She meets Dave and a series of events start to change that feeling.  Both have events from the past they must overcome to get to their HEA.  That journey makes for a great story with a wonderful setting and side characters.

The story line is familiar but it is familiar because it works when used by an accomplished author like Donna Alward.  Pick it up if you love Christmas Romances.

St. Martins published Christmas at Seashell Cottage by Donna Alward in 2014.


I received an ARC of Christmas at Seashell Cottage from Netgalley in return for an honest review.

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