Friday, December 16, 2016

Review: Keeping Christmas by Rebecca Blevins

Keeping Christmas by Rebecca Blevins


Book Description:

On her way home for a Christmas full of Norwegian traditions, Paige Sorensen is pulled over by the county sheriff in the small town of Higgins. The town’s annual Christmas dinner is in danger of being canceled, so the judge sentences Paige to community service, putting her experience as a caterer to good use.

The one thing she doesn’t count on is working with Wes—a good-looking deputy who can’t stand the holiday season. He makes sure the less fortunate have a merry Christmas, but the secrets behind his eyes say he may never celebrate it in his heart.

Paige fears being stuck in Higgins will ruin her family holiday, but as she helps others, she begins to discover what Christmas—and love—truly mean.

My Review:

This Christmas novella is adorable--the perfect holiday escape. It was a fun situation, and sweet interaction. Wes is such an amazing guy, and I loved the loose reference to its inspiration to the song "Good King Wenceslas." Very creative! A good, clean romance that left me excited to read another by Rebecca Blevins!


Keeping Christmas

by Rebecca Blevins

is available in Paperback & eBook




You can also buy Keeping Christmas in an anthology of  eight Christmas novellas loosely based on Christmas carols. This anthology also includes my own Home for the Holidays:


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