Home for the Holidays by Maria Hoagland

December 16, 2015 | 1 Comment
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Home for the Holidays by Maria HoaglandHome for the Holidays
Author: Maria Hoagland
Series: Countdown to Christmas #2
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook
Pages: 114
Date: December 14, 2015
Publisher: Trifecta Books

Spending Christmas vacation with her father is part of Avery Baumann’s plan—right between graduating with her MBA and starting her first real job alongside her successful boyfriend, Hayden. But it’s a plan she’s beginning to second-guess.

Architect Keenan Perry wants to design a plan of his own—one that includes Avery. If only it wasn’t for their rocky history, secrets buried in his past, and that pesky boyfriend of hers.

As Avery and Keenan work side by side to rebuild a friend’s home by Christmas, it may take more than a miracle for them to patch the past and build the future of their dreams… even if it isn’t what they had planned.

Home for the Holidays gets its inspiration from the song Home for the Holidays. It is book #2 in the Countdown to Christmas collection, a series of Christmas romances, all loosely based on a popular Christmas song.

Note: Not all authors in this series are LDS.

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About Maria Hoagland

Maria Hoagland

When Maria Hoagland is not working at her computer, she can be found combing used furniture stores, remodeling houses with her husband, or at a son’s soccer game. She loves crunching leaves in the fall, stealing cookie dough from the mixing bowl, and listening to musicals on her iPod. Maria’s favorite writing places are outdoors where there is sunlight and no internet.

One response to “Home for the Holidays by Maria Hoagland

  1. Maria

    This story could be the basis of a Hallmark movie. It is sweet, clean and mostly predictable. There were a couple things I didn’t expect. The story moves quickly and being a novella, it is a quick read.

    I listened to the audiobook. I liked the idea of having a duo narrator team. Having a male voice for the men and female for the women is a great idea. Unfortunately, it didn’t work well for me in practice. I didn’t care for their reading style. The dialog sections were better than non-dialog but I think there was more of the latter.

    The story itself was enjoyable and would make for a good quick read one evening or afternoon snuggled up by the fire with a mug of cocoa.

    No sex, language or violence
    *I received a complimentary copy of the audiobook and voluntarily chose to review it.

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