Review; Christmas Kisses by Judith Keim

Earlier this year I recieved an ARC of the novel Christmas Kisses by Judith Keim through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards and today I'll post my review.

Description from Goodreads
Random circumstances brought them together. Love made them family.

Hailey Kirby plans to spend a wonderful Christmas holiday at the Cedar Mountain Lodge with her family, celebrating her sister’s wedding as Maid of Honor. Things go awry when the wedding is called off. Hoping to comfort her sister, her mother and three sisters decide to go ahead with their winter vacation plans at the Lodge.

Hailey works in town as the children’s librarian, and under the pen name of Lee Merriweather is secretly the author and illustrator of picture books. Young children adore the stories of Charlie and his dog, Zeke, including Regan, the niece of Nick Hensley, a rock star musician who’s recently moved back to Granite Ridge. When he reaches out to the author to seek permission to write songs to go with the stories, Hailey is forced to confess who she is and the painful reason why she’s been hiding behind a pseudonym.

As Hailey and Nick put their creative minds together, they form a friendship that quickly grows to much more. Hailey learns to trust and discovers some chances in life are worth taking.

My Thoughts on the Book
Christmas Kisses is a sweet holiday romance, which also highlights a bit how it can be being a (former) foster kid. The story might be a bit predictable and in some cases a bit too sweet though, at least for my taste.

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