Twelve Nights

Twelve Nights

by Sharon Struth

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Twelve Nights 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very zweet second chance love story!
beckymmoe More than 1 year ago
Twelve Nights was a sweet and quick holiday-themed second chance romance story. It's a nice way to start your weekend--though it does make me (almost) wish for snow :) Beryl and Erik were engaged once, years ago--until their jobs got in the way. They went their separate ways, until this year's holiday party--when Beryl finds out that Erik's her new boss. They try to keep away from each other--there's a strict no-dating policy in the office, and there's a whole lot of hurt feelings and resentment to get over to boot--but life, and their undeniable attraction to each other, has other ideas... Overall I enjoyed this story, though the main characters had a tendency to flip-flop back and forth between we're meant to be together; I can't live without him/her and forget it; this will never work. I liked how they resolved their issues in the end, though, and the twelve nights motif was very sweet. The rest of the series has potential; I'd definitely like to see more of Blue Moon Lake. Rating: 3 1/2 stars / C+ I received a complimentary copy in exchange for an honest review.
MJHughes12 More than 1 year ago
This quick read was a wonderful holiday romance that had me smiling and believing in true love – even if it has to wait! The writing was fluid, and even though this was a novella, the story didn’t feel rushed or sell itself short in any way, and it definitely has me looking forward to checking out the other books in the series. I just loved Beryl and Erik. Their story is one that is totally relatable and real, and you could feel the connection these two shared even though they parted years ago. When fate brings them back together it doesn’t take long for them both to realize that time has not had any impact on their feelings, but circumstances may still not allow them to find their happy ever after. I loved watching these two work through the events of the past and realize that they both had the ability to change their future. And of course weaving in a “Twelve Days of Christmas” theme in the story infused just the right amount of holiday magic to the story. This is a great read for anyone looking for a quick holiday pick-me-up – there’s not a lot of angst, just a wonderful love story to make you smile and reinforce a belief in the magic of Christmas and true love. I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
KAssheton More than 1 year ago
I received a complimentary copy in exchange for an honest review. Sharon has done a magnificent job with Twelve Nights (Blue Moon Lake, #1.5). This may have been a quick read, but I LOVED IT!! Although it is a novella, it most definitely reads like a full length novel. The story was very well developed and did not feel rushed at all. The characters were engaging and Sharon's writing style is so descriptive that she captures so much in this short novella. Twelve Nights has it all: a successful, independent heroine, a sexy, powerful hero and heartwarming story about finding love again and the lengths one is willing to go through to make it work. Beryl is a very career driven woman who has climbed the ladder at her job through her hard work and determination. She knows what she wants and works hard to achieve her goals gaining the respect of all those she works with in the process. Eric, also a very successful businessman, has his own aspirations to be on top and in control. Their work ambitions drove them apart fifteen years earlier. What happens when they come face to face again? As Beryl's new boss, Eric has the power to destroy everything that Beryl has worked so hard for. Will love or power win? If you are looking for a quick read to get you in the Holiday Spirit, pick up Twelve Nights, you won't be disappointed!
Bogwitch64 More than 1 year ago
How do corporate overhaul and a fifteen-year cold romance connect? When the overhauler was once in love with the overhaulee. Erik Lindholm wants to build his company in a new direction. A clean house is necessary. Or is it? CFO Beryl Foster is good at what she does. It just so happens she chose her career over him fifteen years ago. He owes her nothing more than he would any other person in her position. Add in the magic of Christmas and sparks that might have scattered but never gone out, and the edges of business and personal blur. Twelve Nights is a fabulous story to read curled up by the fire with a cup of hot cocoa. Perfect little addition to the Blue Moon Lake Series. Something to hold you over until the next one's out
ljtljtljt More than 1 year ago
I really enjoy books that are centered around corporate America, and Twelve Nights by Sharon Struth is all that and more. The author tells a warm-hearted holiday story about two people who were once in love some years ago, but decided that their respective careers were their number one priority. As a result, they gave up on their relationship and conquered the business world. Now they find themselves working for the same company and their feelings are just as strong as ever. CFO and romance writer Beryl Foster, believes she loves her life the way it is. She has worked extremely diligently to get to the top of her field and her reputation is impeccable. When Erik Lindholm is appointed president, Beryl is not sure whether she is going to have a job, or if she and Erik can put aside their past for the success of the company. They end up working together quite well, which leads to a passion that they cannot ignore. Over a very short period of time, the rumor mill, or should I say Erik's assistant Giana, let's the cat out of the bag. Now Beryl and Erik have to decide if their new romance, their respective jobs and a future together can be merged successfully. Overall, I liked this holiday novella. Beryl and Erik have great chemistry and Ms. Struth does a wonderful job of evolving their love story. I really felt like I got to know the characters very well, especially given the constraints of a novella. The office politics are fun to read about and Giana's use of social media is quite apropos for the times we live in. I love happy endings and this one will leave you smiling from ear to ear long after the story is over. Complimentary copy provided by the publisher via NetGalley.
Bette313 More than 1 year ago
Really enjoyed this one! It's a quick read novella but it's packed with a wonderful story of past loves, betrayal, forgiveness, and new beginnings. Fifteen years of hard work have gotten Erik and Beryl exactly what they'd hoped for. They just always thought they would do it together but a decision all those years ago to put career ahead of love has kept them apart. Now they are working in the same office and keeping the past and present separate proves difficult. A great quick read perfect for the holiday season. I highly recommend it.