Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Kissing Father Christmas

Title:  Kissing Father Christmas
Author:  Robin Jones Gunn
Pages:  192
Year:  2016
Publisher:  Faith Words
My rating is 5 stars.
I began enjoying these characters set in London and small towns in the previous novels titled, Finding Father Christmas & Engaging Father Christmas.  The main focus was the character Miranda who came from America to try and unite with her birth father.  When a wedding is later planned in the second book between Ian and Miranda, another possible romance is budding in the background.
Now, in Kissing Father Christmas, we focus on a talented young woman who traveled again from America to visit her cousin Miranda and complete some drawings of Whitcombe Manor.  However, when she comes it is during the holidays.  She is coming for the main reason of seeing if her and Peter will be moving deeper into a relationship.
However, Anna barely sets foot in London when Peter shows up to “set her straight” and by doing so breaks her heart.  Now, Anna must decide what her future really looks like and how or if her creativity and artistic skills will even play a role.  Peter has been keeping from his family and friends for years, but is he the only one with a secret?
Please read these wonderful, heart-touching tales that include a flavor of reality and the hope that Christmas brings if people open their hearts.  Then, perhaps consider giving them as gifts to readers you know whether friends, family or strangers.

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