A Reader's Opinion: SILVER BELLS, A Holiday Romance by Jacquie Biggar



Silver Bells is a sweet and heartwarming holiday story of romance and hope. Joel Carpenter is a prickly writer who prefers to be left alone. He might be tough to like at first, but his reasons are understandable. Christy Taylor is a loving mother who struggles to care of her diabetic daughter. She's also a helpful neighbor to the kind woman who lives next door. Of course she doesn't know that her sweet neighbor has another connection to her. This novella is sweet, if not a little sappy at times, and the author created some nice conflict and attraction between Joel and Christy from their first meeting. For a light and enjoyable holiday read, readers are sure to appreciate Silver Bells.

Star Rating: 3 1/2 Stars | Content Rating: 2 Hearts | Reviewed by: Kaylie Morgan



He doesn't believe in love, so why can't he forget her? Mystery writer, Joel Carpenter, has no time for romance. He has a deadline to meet, and too many skeletons in his closet to trust the slightly spinny artist renting his house. Christy Taylor has her hands full dealing with an ailing business and a diabetic daughter, she doesn't need the temptation that is her landlord, Joel Carpenter. Can a Christmas wish bring two stubborn souls together and give a little girl the gift she wants most?

Format Read: E-Book | Source: Provided by the author or publisher.


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