Homespun Christmas

Homespun Christmas

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by Aimée Thurlo
     
 

To save her town

Indepedence, New Mexico, needs a lifeline, and Myka Solis is determined to provide one. She thinks her craft business can transform the dying town into a vibrant, creative hub. And she knows exactly the person who can help: Joshua Nez, the confident big-city architect who's back in town to rebuild his own life.

Thanks to Josh's

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To save her town

Indepedence, New Mexico, needs a lifeline, and Myka Solis is determined to provide one. She thinks her craft business can transform the dying town into a vibrant, creative hub. And she knows exactly the person who can help: Joshua Nez, the confident big-city architect who's back in town to rebuild his own life.

Thanks to Josh's expertise, Myka finds herself leading a revitalization effort that draws in the entire community. But working with Josh has to stay a business-only arrangement. Josh has dreams, too, and his involve opening an architecture firm far away from Independence. If only Myke can show him they both have a future in their hometown…together.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781460322055
Publisher:
Harlequin
Publication date:
11/01/2013
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
283
File size:
626 KB

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Homespun Christmas 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Bitten-By-Love-Reviews More than 1 year ago
This is a well written and edited book. It is a book that can be enjoyed by all ages. The story is a believable one and the characters are well developed and likable. This story has heartwarming light romance, a smidgen of suspense and believable characters. This is a sweet romance full of love and kindness. The book draws you in to a world where true love and sweet timeless marriages really do exist. You will become a part of an extended family that you won't want to let go of.   Although the relationship between the two main characters didn't go entirely smoothly, they did find love very quickly and with someone very deserving of their love. My personal experience is that it can indeed happen in just that way. I read the book in a day because I enjoyed it so much. The author has a very easy style about her writing, and the story had plenty to keep you wondering what would happen next.  I'd really recommend this book to lovers of a good romance.
52chickadees More than 1 year ago
“Obligations, Determination, and Found Love” Set in Independence, New Mexico, a town in economic hardship, we are introduced to a young widow/shepardess/entrepreneur Myka Solis who returns to her childhood hometown to care for her parent’s house while they’re traveling. Her days seem long and ordinary until legendary hometown ”Bad boy” now Architect, Joshua Nez returns to handle final details of his late Father’s estate and stirs up feelings, good and bad around the community. In the meantime, Myka tries to gather the craftspeople of Independence, hoping they’ll join in her online store and therefore, start a revitalization of the dying town. Can it be done? The response of these talented individuals surpasses her wildest expectations and “HMI” is born. No one said it would be easy and a few “bumps in the road” lie ahead. Myka is also, with her former Sister-in-law, Betty and Brother-in-law/Police Chief, Will, a partner in the “currently-under-restoration”, “Blue Spruce Inn”, which, will hopefully become a charming Bed and Breakfast and a jewel of the Main Street. The plans don’t go off without a personal hitch or two. What surprises might be lurking in Silas Brooks’ hidden will? Will this signal big changes for the residents of Independence? Native traditions abound as well as a wealth of determination to save their beloved town. Will this mean a new beginning for Myka, Joshua, Betty, Will and friends? Could love be in the air? Or will it be tossed aside? You’ll cheer for Myka and friends, and jeer at Will with his temper and hardness, but you’ll love this tender tale oozing with heart and attention to the words of those who have gone before us with their wisdom and tradition. Well done Ms. Thurlo. I would love to read more about Myka, Joshua and the rest of the folks of Independence—not forgetting that wonderful mountain of a dog (part pit bull, part Bull Mastiff) named Bear—I’m betting you will too! Nancy Narma