A Small Town Christmas

A Small Town Christmas

by Nan Reinhardt

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BN ID: 2940161919071
Publisher: The Tule Publishing Group, LLC
Publication date: 10/29/2018
Series: Four Irish Brothers Winery , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 86,330
File size: 456 KB

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A Small Town Christmas 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Silverwood 12 days ago
In need of genuine, heartfelt holiday romance? Tis the season to read of hearth and home, stories that remind us of what matters and why we fall in love. Nan Reinhardt's A Small Town Christmas spins a fresh twist on a familiar tale. Lawyer and single 30-something Sam is given a case which takes her to her boss' family winery. Along the way, she meets by accident or providence, the very brother she is on her way to see. This is the perfect meet cute for Sam and Conor, both lost in their own ways. Rather than looking for love, love finds them. I loved the Four Irish Brothers concept, with their rich family history and how the author pulls you instantly into Conor's world. A heartwarming holiday read, you'll find yourself falling in love with Sam as she steps into the kind of small town everyone longs to escape to. A Small Town Christmas slows down the pace while tempting the senses as Sam samples wine, one very memorable chocolate tasting, and one fine Irish hot daddy. Pure, well-written escapism at its best. Maybe it's Christmas, or the talent Reinhard utilizes to pen characters you can't help but dream along with. Just like Conor and Sam, you'll be tempted to believe love deserves second chances, and it's never too late to start over.
BookSnuggle 15 days ago
A Small Town Christmas is book number one in the Four Brothers Winery by Nan Reinhardt. This is Conor Flagherty and Samantha “Sam” Hayes’ story. This was a fun, sweet, and heartwarming story. I really liked Sam and Conor’s characters. My heart went out to Conor and his daughter. Sam and Conor were perfect for one another. Sit back and enjoy a little Christmas Magic. I reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
MLH438 15 days ago
A Small Town Christmas, the first book in Nan Reinhardt's Four Irish Brothers Winery series, is a well-written gem that was a joy to read. With Christmas, wine, good food, romance and wonderful characters, it is a feast for the senses that draws you in and doesn't let go. Conor Flaherty is a widower who runs the family winery and has a precocious daughter, Ali. Conor's emotions have been in hibernation, and he hasn't looked at another woman since losing his wife. When a legal challenge threatens the winery, Chicago attorney Samantha "Sam" Hayes comes to River's Edge to advise the family. The attraction between Conor and Sam is immediate and awakens Conor's emotions. Sam needs a break from her work in family law after a tragedy with a client, and River's Edge is a welcome respite from her fast-paced life. She falls for the town and Conor but is afraid his heart still belongs to his wife, and she won't measure up. I loved the advice that Sam's Aunt Bette gives her. "His devotion to Emmy is her gift to you if you let it be. Accept it, build on it. It's not a competition, honey, it's a continuation and if you love him, it will be a completion." I thoroughly enjoyed A Small Town Christmas and recommend it. Reinhardt also introduces us to Conor's brothers Sean, Brendan and Aiden; and I'm definitely looking forward to the rest of the series! I received a copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
Bette313 15 days ago
LOVED! I'm so excited to see this is only the beginning of what I expect to be a great series to read. Coner and Samantha are amazing characters but Conor's young daughter Ali steals the show. It's been two years since Conor lost his wife and he just now feels himself coming back to life when he meets the new family attorney Samantha "Sam" Hayes. Sam needs a break from her high stress job in Chicago so handling a case in small town Rivers Edge sounds like the perfect thing for the holiday season. Little does she know what or who she'll find in this little town. This is a very well done book and one I highly recommend.
ljtljtljt 16 days ago
Wow, what a great romance from new to me author Nan Reinhardt. I love the holiday season, brotherly love and wineries. So after reading the book blurb, A Small Town Christmas became a must read. It is a wonderful book, replete with great characters, a plot that twists and turns in all the right places, and an intoxicating love story. Samantha Hayes is a successful and ruthless divorce attorney in Chicago. Due to an unbelievably harrowing and tragic situation, she needs a break from her life. So her boss asks her to defend his family's winery in a lawsuit filed by their stepmother. Sam sets up camp in the small town of River's Edge, where everyone is friendly and personable. Her client, Conor Flaherty of Four Irish Brothers Winery, is a widower and a single dad. Sam, Conor and Conor's four-year-old daughter Ali share an immediate bond, and the magic of Christmas season brings them together. This is a heartwarming love story that will cause all your senses to remain on high alert. Ms. Reinhardt is an excellent storyteller and her words kept me captivated from beginning to end. This is an engaging holiday romance that should not be missed. Complimentary copy provided by the publisher via NetGalley.
SOMDReigel 16 days ago
A sweet, heartwarming, Christmas romance. There’s an immediate spark and connection between the main characters that draws you in. Wonderful, entertaining characters add to the delight of this holiday story. It’s a story of emerging from grief, healing, finding and accepting love, and a bit of Christmas magic. Small town, well-intentioned meddling and caring is at its best in this story. An easy and enjoyable holiday read. This is a new series starter and I’m looking forward to reading the HEA for each of the Falherty brothers.
CathyGeha 16 days ago
Samantha and Connor meet when her tire shreds and she is stuck at the side of the road. There was attraction between the two but with a chance meeting that ended with goodbye rather than the exchange of names and phone numbers how could anything like romance ever be expected? Well, in romances one definitely SHOULD expect more and that is just what happens. Connor has been a widow for two years and has a four year old daughter. He runs the winery and has three brothers scattered across the country. The brothers are tight and there for one another and at the moment they are dealing with an inheritance law suit and that is where Samantha’s lawyerly skills will come in handy. The two spend time together eating, talking, socializing, caring for Connor’s daughter and dealing with the law suit but whether or not their attraction can become more is dependent on Samantha being able to believe that she is good wife and mother material and that takes her a bit of time to come to terms with. Thoroughly enjoyable sweet romance that provided a HEA for everyone at Christmas and look forward to finding out how the other brothers find their partners. Thank you to NetGalley and Tule Publishing for the ARC – This is my honest review. 3-4 Stars
CatmomJD 16 days ago
The Four Irish Brothers Winery series starts off with Conor Flaherty’s story. In this book, Conor and his brothers are fighting to save their family winery from their step-mother who is contesting their father’s will. Samantha Hayes is a Chicago lawyer and is representing the brothers. Sparks fly from the minute Conor and Sam meet, but neither of them is interested in a relationship. Conor is a widower raising his little girl, Ali, on his own and Sam is just interested in her career at the moment. The more time Sam and Conor spend together, the more they realize they could be good together. Sam is afraid she wouldn’t be the best mother for Conor’s daughter and this causes her to run when her job is over. But once Sam is back at home, she can’t get Conor, Ali, the charming town and its people off her mind. She soon finds herself heading back just in time for Christmas. If this book is any indication of how the rest of the series will go, I can’t wait to read more. The author wrote characters that I was instantly drawn to and couldn’t wait to learn more about. The description of the town made me want to be there. The story was fun and interesting, though emotional in parts. I will anxiously be waiting for the next book.
ytcruz 16 days ago
If you are looking for a touching, sweet, at times heartbreaking but also heartwarming clean romance, this is the one for you. The story centers around Conor Flaherty and Samantha/Sam Hayes. Conor is a widower with a four year old and part owner of a winery with his brothers. Sam is an attorney that works with Conor’s brother , Sean. He sends her to the winery when a lawsuit is presented to the family by their step-mother. Little did they know that the unexpected meeting in the middle of the night and later when they officially meet, would change their lives forever. Will Conor be able to let go of his grief and open his heart, and will Sam let go of her insecurities and allow herself to fall in love? I am looking forward to more stories in this series. I was entrusted a copy of this book by Netgalley and Tule Publishing. The opinions expressed are solely my own.