Reunited at Christmas

Reunited at Christmas

by Belle Calhoune

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ISBN-13: 9781488007668
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 12/01/2016
Series: Alaskan Grooms
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 224
Sales rank: 595,811
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Belle Calhoune lives in Connecticut with her college sweetheart husband and two daughters. After a thirteen year career as a Federal Investigator, she chose to pursue a  writing career.  An avid lover of romance novels since she was a teen, she enjoys writing love stories and reading them. She loves spending summers in beautiful Cape Cod and traveling to new places. A dog lover, she has a mini poodle and a chocolate lab. More than anything, she believes in happily ever afters.

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Reunited at Christmas 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
CarolJo More than 1 year ago
Belle Calhoune has written another great story about Love, Alaska. Reunited at Christmas is a stand alone book but it was even more enjoyable because I’d read the earlier books in the Alaskan Grooms series. Handsome Dr. Liam is a wonderful protagonist as is his wife, Ruby, who has amnesia! Liam is torn between telling Ruby the truth about their marriage and keeping quiet and hoping she won’t remember their last discussion before her accident. I highly recommend this Alaskan romance. I received my advance copy of Reunited at Christmas from the author in exchange for my honest review.
Amigagal More than 1 year ago
This is book #4 in the series of Alaskan Grooms. I, like others, was totally expecting Liam's story to be like the others, even though Liam (in the other books) has been married and we know that his wife died during a search & rescue operation in Colorado 2 years previously. In previous books, Liam has had to deal with his grief and raising his young son alone. As I said, I was expecting Liam's story to be where he finally "turned a corner" and was ready to get married again so he would find a woman who comes to Love, Alaska like the other books in the series. Imagine my surprise when his "deceased wife", Ruby, shows up with amnesia! She is drawn to this town and doesn't know why exactly but is astounded that everyone knows her! Once things are explained to her, she tries hard to "fit in" but her memories do not come back and she struggles. This book was a very good look at how a situation of amnesia could be. Ruby's memory doesn't "magically" come back in a week or anything but she has to trust and have faith every step of the way. Although Liam is very happy she's back and their young son, Aiden, is ecstatic, nothing is easy and I like that immensely about the book! There were many things to work out and I liked how the author chose to show the struggles and the joy because it would take both. I was skeptical at first but the story was written very well and I enjoyed it a lot!
thall5 More than 1 year ago
A Holiday Must Read!! Fall in love with the people of Love, Alaska, this Christmas season! Some say you only find one true love in life. Well, for Liam Prescott this is certainly true. He and his one true love Ruby, met, got married, had a son, and had what seemed to be a perfect life, that is until one day, she is buried under an avalanche of snow and considered dead for 2 years. For Liam, and his son Aidan, their lives have been left with a huge void. A void that is hard for Liam to face every day, but especially around the holiday. Little does he know this dreaded holiday is about to be turned completely upside down when a Christmas miracle brings his wife and Aidan's mother back into their live and the town of Love, Alaska. The only problem is, she has amnesia and doesn't recall much of anything about her previous life, not even her husband or son. But with a little bit of help from her son, husband, and friends, none of which she remembers, her memory does slowly begin to resurface and just in time for Christmas. Will Liam and Aidan get their Christmas miracle and have Ruby back in their lives for good, or will old memories threaten to break up this family that is trying so hard to reunite? This book is the fourth book in the Alaskan Grooms series, but can be read as a stand alone book. I highly recommend this great Christmas read! I received a complementary copy of this book from the author. I was not required to post a review. These are my own thought so of this book.
BooksAndSpoons More than 1 year ago
After two years of mourning the loss of the love of his life, Liam gets the shock of a lifetime - Ruby is alive, just can't remember him or their life together. This is the basis for a different, unique kind of second chance story as Liam and Ruby are trying to find out will the new memories be enough to build a future on, or are the shadows of the past always going to be around. I can't imagine the agony and angst Ruby must live with, knowing that everyone else has a point of reference that she has no clue of. Her struggle was well described without giving it the spotlight in the story. Her uttermost faith in God, and trusting Him to guide her through the struggle, the maze her life turned into, was admirable and her way of dealing with the hurdles were logical and real. Liam and Ruby were both characters easy to like, they both seemed straightforward and uncomplicated, but deeper waters were running there. As they reacquaint themselves with the other again, not all the revelations are perfect and pleasant and they have to find a balance and compromise to move forward, to find peace. I admired their faith, their trust in God, the love for the family and community is apparent. The emotions were high as expected with this kind of storyline, but the overly emotional moments less frequent as people started to understand the challenges the family faced with their new chance to do life with Ruby again. From sweet fun with the family to tender love in the romance, Christmas traditions, and Alaska life, the story takes a journey that will test the faith, but through the fire delivers with a new hope and an even better chance for the future if you just hold on to your convictions and make few adjustments on your priorities. ~ Four Spoons