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Angie Reynolds' heart aches for a husband and family of her own. Unfortunately, she's looked for love in all the wrong places with nothing to show for it but disappointment. None of the guys she's dated is worthy of her, including her ex-husband. This Christmas season looks to be another one spent alone. Yet until Angie realizes her own worth, she will never be able to accept the gift of love from someone like Brad Miller.
For all who are searching for their someone special. May the gift of love reach your hearts this holiday season.
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By DK on 11-06-17
Wonderful – Any Time of Year
Sandy Lloyd is a wonderfully, talented writer. This book focuses on Angie Reynolds and her longing for a family and husband of her own. She feels her biological clock ticking and after her last relationship, she is not going to mess around.
her dream in the cards for her? Or will she have to settle, being everyone's favorite auntie, babysitter, etc. as the closest 'children' she will have?
Brad Miller rents the house next door in order to get away from the chaos and fake environment of Silicon Valley. Will these to become more than neighbors? I think you know the answer…
Lloyd adds some undertones of faith without ignoring the human emotions, successes and failures of her characters.
I always enjoy listening to Carol Dines. Instead of getting into character, she has a knack for letting the story flow through her. She is a natural storyteller.
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By Blow Pop on 05-10-16
Short Christmas story
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I received a free copy in exchange for a fair and honest review.
I didn't care much for the narrator of this. The story itself was good but the narrator sounded a little like having Siri read it. It was very electronic and robotic sounding. Which made me want to laugh during stuff that was more serious and I shouldn't have laughed at.
Despite my laughter and inability to take serious most of the serious parts. I did enjoy this. I probably would have enjoyed this just as much had I been reading this in print or e-book form(which, I do own this in ebook form for the record).