Hope Garland is driving home for Christmas. She’s depressed because she caught her fiancé cheating (or he dumped her for her best friend). Tears blurred her vision, she crashes the car….. in reality she gets taken to hospital and is in a coma.
However, in her mind after the crash she’s OK, she gets out of the car but it is totalled & it’s the middle of a snowstorm. Needs a place to stay…. Finds the Starlight Inn, run by the Kringles. Meets other guests, including a handsome stranger. They’ll be snowed-in for Christmas so have to make the best of things…..end up falling in love.
When she wakes from coma on Christmas Day, she finds someone set a snowglobe on the windowsill next to her bed which has a little Victorian inn inside with a sign that says “Starlight Inn”. The doctor comes in (or perhaps it will be the young hospital chaplain) and it’s the same man from her dream that she fell in love with (and there’s promise for them to have a real-life romance).
My thoughts: This is such a sweet story that brings to the forefront the true meaning of Christmas and the importance of slowing down to take in what's really important during the holidays. This book is a great start to my holiday reading list! I enjoyed the characters and the twists to the story. This is a delightful, quick read!
I received this book from Celebrate Lit. This is my honest review.
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Author Annee Jones loves to write all things romance, fantasy, cozy mystery, & more. She is passionate about writing stories where dreams come true, and love wins in the end!
Professionally, Annee works as a disability counselor where she helps her clients navigate through complex medical and legal systems while rediscovering their wholeness in Spirit.
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½ C. granulated sugar
½ C. shortening
1 stick butter
1 tsp vanilla
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1 tsp soda
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Starlight Inn sounds like a sweet and dreamy holiday read, thanks for sharing it with me!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Inklings and Notions, for sharing your thoughts!
Have a fabulous weekend!
Good holiday read.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the contest.
Really nice book cover design-- I can't wait to read this! Thanks so much for sharing it.ReplyDelete
This sounds like a wonderful Christmas read.ReplyDelete