Review: Cross Country Christmas by Diana Duncan
The best gifts in life are surprises…
Surprise! Thanks to a blizzard named Blitzen, Christie McQuade can’t make it home for Christmas. Stranded in an airport, things look bleak…until she runs into delicious Deputy Damian Reade, who along with his four-year-old son, Eli, is likewise wondering how to salvage his holidays.
A ’57 Chevy Bel Air christened “Vixen” is their last hope. Christie’s not always the trusting type…but after a background check through her investigative brother clears Damian – and after all, how can a man who’s so patient and loving with his son be dangerous? – she joins them on a Cross Country Christmas adventure filled with fun and surprises…not the least of which is the powerful chemistry between Damian and Christie.
Chemistry is one thing. Heart-tugging is another. And damned if both father and son aren’t soon tugging on Christie’s previously-broken heart-strings.
A child’s unshakeable faith in Santa, his seemingly impossible Christmas wishes of the Jolly Old Man, and a whole lot of holiday magic may lead Damian and Christie to the biggest surprise of all…love.
Although the first two books in this series are Romantic Suspense, this special Christmas novel does not contain suspense. You do not need to read the first two books in order to fully enjoy this story, as it stands alone. However readers of “Laws of Attraction” and “Big Bad Wolfe” will love revisiting their favorite characters and celebrating with them during the holidays.
Cross Country Christmas by Diana Duncan
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
What a wonderful feel good, funny Christmas story just in time to get you in the mood for the holidays. This story is about the magic of Christmas. Two strangers stranded in an airport decide to go on a journey via car along with the young son of the hero. The things they encounter in their long journey from Colorado to Washington state was very heartwarming and showed that there are good people out there, some down on their luck and just needing a break and others willing to open their homes and hearts to them and in exchange their lives are touched also. I laughed for much of this book and enjoyed every word I read. If you’re ready to kick off the holiday season with a great romance full of tears and laughter this is the book you should start with.
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