Christmas Roses

This book review is for the novel "Christmas Roses" by Amanda Cabot.

I will start off by saying that I love Amanda's books and she has a fan in me. This is a cute what I call short story that will get you in the Christmas spirit.

Celia, who is our main character is likable and you will find yourself rooting for her and her small child to get their happily ever after.

Celia Anderson is alone, with a small child, and her friends well intentioned hints that she needs to find a daddy for her baby isn't helping matters.

She simply isn't ready to take on a new husband and has no intention of doing so. Her hands are more than full enough with taking care of her baby running a boarding house, not to mention being a babysitter for another small child.

However, even if she doesn't want to admit it to anyone else, to her own self she can admit that she MIGHT consider another husband if she found the right one. The right man who will bring her Christmas roses.

Being as those roses are almost impossible to find, however, her standards are far from being low for a future man in her life.

Hope you all have had a Happy Thanksgiving! Thank you for bearing with me as I know my last few reviews have been shorter than normal. I am dealing with a broken computer screen at the moment but should hopefully have a new one by some time next week!


Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book for free in exchange for a review. I am not required to post a positive one. All opinions expressed are my own and they are sincere.

1 comment:

  1. Jenny -- I'm delighted that you enjoyed Christmas Roses. I hope you've gotten your new computer screen. I can't imagine living with a broken one.