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Whitney Steele loses her sister in the blink of an eye and is caring for her niece and nephew, not knowing how she is going to get through the loss of the most important person in her life.
Liam Felton loses his brother and never gets to say goodbye. Can these two people come together and mend what's been broken? Or will fate take them down a different road altogether?
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3 - "I'm nothing special." Stars. Finding Forever was a quick, easy read. While I in the main enjoyed it, there were several things that kept me from completely falling in love with this Christmassy tale. Money was a fine thing to have, but it wasn’t a substitute for love. Whitney Steele, finds herself appointed legal guardian to her young niece and nephew after their parents die just before Christmas in a horrific car accident. The story then really starts one year later, and the children and Whitney are still struggling with their grief, as well as working out a new parent/child dynamic that works for them. He hadn’t been a very good man for a very long time. Enter Liam Felton, brother to the children’s deceased father. Liam and his father having had no contact with him for many years are dealt a double blow in learning of his death and then of the existence of his children; Ally and Brayden. Rich meets poor, and change is afoot for Whitney as well as the children in this Disneyesque story, but will they all live happily ever after? ”One night can shape a lifetime.” My main issue with this novella is the writing style, when words such as – - Ravished - Gentleman caller - Suitor and - Damnation are used I expect to find myself reading historical, not modern fiction. Liam although meant to be uptight and stuffy came across as aloof and unemotional a lot of the time, and to be honest his interactions with Whitney especially when of a sexy nature, left this reader feeling a little on the chilly side. As I said this was a quick read, which is why I stuck with it, Melody Anne is usually an author that works for me, but something with this one just fell off the mark this time. ARC generously provided by the author via Inkslinger PR, in exchange for the above honest review.
I enjoyed this story. After reading the 1st chapter, i knew i would love it. Its basically, A Princess for Christmas, a hallmark channel christmas movie! Which is my favorite hallmark xmas movie. Both parents dying and being estranged from his father and brother and the aunt taking the kids to meet the family they knew nothing about. Falling in love with the brother and feeling insecure because she doesnt come from money. Loved it as a movie and love it as a book!!!