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Christmas in Bayberry: A small-town Christmas romance from Hallmark Publishing Kindle Edition
About the Author
Emily Rankin is the narrator of numerous award-winning books. She currently resides with her husband and three kids in Los Angeles, California. --This text refers to the audioCD edition.
- ASIN : B07VF1RH57
- Publisher : Hallmark Publishing (7 July 2020)
- Language : English
- File size : 2090 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 269 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 474,405 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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A character who never sat down managed to stand up 3 times in one paragraph!
We’re also constantly reminded that the candle factory is in financial trouble on every single page!
The characters are also so over the top! A man saves a Christmas tree from falling over and because of that he “Saved Christmas!” Also Wes gives Kate a cup of coffee and she can’t rest until she returns the favour because she simply can’t be indebted to anyone!
I tried so hard to just enjoy the story but the constant repetition just took me out of it.
Also why does the main character have to eat a muffin on every single page!? Why do we have to be constantly reminded that Kate wouldn’t want to live anywhere else? Things like this don’t add to the story so why add them? I felt like a lot of information was added and repeated just to fill the book out more and extend the story.
Kate Taylor is an endearing character. We get to know her kindness and work ethic quickly as the story unfolds and then hearing her past only makes us like her more.
Wes Adams is kind but distant. Sharing time with Kate in a town he loved back in the day reminds him of a time before work consumed him and he finds himself enjoying it more than he expected.
I recommend this book to anyone who loves sweet, small town romance with a holiday flair. The town was wholesome and the characters easy to like.
While Wesley Adams has a job to do he’s also faced with his mom wanting to him to help her friends business. Little does he know they are one and the same. In the town where they used to live. Bayberry, Vermont, he runs into his first crush Kate Taylor. She doesn’t recognize him.
Is it a coincidence that he’s involved in looking into her family business? There’s not much hope. He’s faced with the knowledge something is missing from his life. He also has been striving for this promotion and doing this will clinch the deal.
Kate can’t believe she doesn’t know who Wesley is, but when she does it stirs memories. Both good and not so good. He was the one who made her something, and then left without warning. It wasn’t his fault.
Now he’s looking over the books for the Bayberry Candle Company, her family’s company.
She can’t let it close. The town depends on it.
Buy the book and see what happens. A must buy.
Not a flat storyline at all. There were ups and downs for everyone, emotionally, but they reacted in normal ways - not overly exaggerated ones. It was sweet, but not sickly so. There were sad moments, but nothing too rough. Everything felt like the perfect balance.
It's an average sized book for a contemporary sweet romance, so you have plenty of time to get into the details of the situation and build a connection with the characters. No sex or violence (don't even think there was any cursing - but I'm not bothered by it so I wouldn't really notice it anyway).
Definitely worth a read if you're looking for a perfect Christmas story.