Garland’s Christmas Romance by Danielle Thorne

November 30, 2019 | 1 Comment
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Garland’s Christmas Romance by Danielle ThorneGarland's Christmas Romance
Author: Danielle Thorne
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook
Pages: 101
Date: November 30, 2019
Publisher: Indie

Is a magical small town the perfect place for a Christmas romance?

Garland Tate has a name that reminds her every day she lives in the Christmas-obsessed town of Thorpes. The holidays mean family time, and since her mother’s terminal illness, that’s something she wants to avoid.

The adopted heir of a wealthy Victorian-age family, Pete Darling anonymously distributes the family money to remaining relatives in need. He’s delighted to find the holiday spirit alive and well in magical, festive Thorpes, but he never expects the sassy, independent woman at the Lava Java will distract him from his duties and give him a reason to reveal his secrets.

As snow falls and hearts melt in the charming town of Thorpes, it may take a little extra magic and meddling to help Garland and Pete believe that a Christmas romance can last forever.

Rating: Mild. Mild kissing.

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About Danielle Thorne

Danielle Thorne 2020

Danielle Thorne is the author of classic romance and adventure in several genres. She loves Jane Austen, pirates, cookies, cats, dogs, and long naps. She does not like phone calls or sushi. Danielle is a mother of four, grandmother of two, and graduate of BYU-Idaho.


One response to “Garland’s Christmas Romance by Danielle Thorne

  1. Maria

    3.5 stars
    True confessions: I have had this on my kindle for I don’t know how long and last night I was in the mood for a novella length Christmas story so I pulled it up not knowing anything about the story. And I spent the entire book confused. I let the kindle read it to me while I worked in the kitchen so it is possible that not paying full and complete attention was my problem. I kept wondering if these people were secret elves trying to bring Christmas spirit to Garland? What mystical thing is happening here? Or is it just normal and I don’t get it? So yes, I was confused. Totally missed the fairy connection. And any other Peter Pan connection there might have been. When I read the blurb AFTER the fact and people’s reviews I began to see the connection to Peter Pan, a book I’ve never read but is in my TBR pile. I only know the movies. I don’t know how much they follow the book. Anyway, this book would be far more enjoyable if you know what you are getting before you start. So, READ THE BLURB! Then read the book.

    No sex, language or violence

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