Monday, 2 November 2015

Review: Twelve Nights (Blue Moon Lake #1.5) by Sharon Struth

True love waits forever…

For Erik Lindholm, it’s been a long climb to the top of his company. Now, as president he has the power to bring his vision to life and speed his company in bold new directions. If that means a complete staff overhaul, so be it. If that means firing the woman who left his heart in tatters fifteen years earlier, it’s a business decision, not personal…

Beryl Foster is highly competent and respected by everyone at the office. But rumors of a big shake-up are rampant and—surprisingly, scarily—Beryl’s job as CFO is on the line. Fifteen years ago she made a decision to put her career before everything else. It was also the last time she and Erik shared a life together. Every Christmas is a reminder. This one could be a second chance…

ebook, 119 pages
Expected publication: November 10th 2015 by Lyrical Shine
Terri's Thoughts

** I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.  The expected publication is November 10th, 2015.

This is a short novella however a perfect choice to add to the roster for your holiday reading.  It has old flames, cold and snowy weather, Christmas storefronts and twelve days of gifts (at least memories of it).  Of course there is also the drama of a relationship that simply can't be.

There are no surprises in this story however I didn't expect any.  This appears to be a novella in part of a greater Blue Moon Lake series.  Based on this short novella, I would like to read the full length stories found in the series.

A good read in advance of the holiday season.  I feel like shopping now!

About the Author

Novelist Sharon Struth believes you’re never too old to pursue a dream. The Hourglass, her debut novel, is a finalist in the National Readers' Choice Awards for Best first Book. Her next release, SHARE THE MOON-Book one in the Blue Moon Lake Novel Series-is published by Kensington Books/Lyrical Press.

She writes from the friendliest place she’s ever lived, Bethel, Connecticut, along with her husband, two daughters and canine companions.


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