#ChristmasInJuly: A Tennessee Christmas

A Tennessee Christmas cover A lost child.
A lost parent.
A lost woman.
A crazy dog who can bring them all together.addtogoodreads_zps55cd15da16

I really enjoyed this short story! I still can’t put my finger on it exactly as to why I enjoyed it so much, but I will say that this book really brought out the Christmas spirit in me and it kept me wanting to read more!

Radke wrote a very emotional packed story that kept me on the edge of my seat a few times just wondering what was going to happen next.

Both Robyn and Daniel’s characters where very likeable, and loveable as well. I couldn’t help but feel connected to them while reading their stories. The battles that they were both facing at the same time was just very well written.

I was a bit worried when I started reading that I was going to be left feeling uncompleted, but thankfully that wasn’t the case at all. Radke was able to pull this story off and while yes, leaving me wanting for more because I wanted more from Robyn and Daniel, I wanted to see what happens to them in the future, but I felt like this story was very well done overall.



Nancy Radke, photo

Nancy Radke has written over 25 novels and novellas. She had the plot of this story in her mind for years while writing the Sisters of Spirit series, but it wasn’t until recently that she understood that it was Daniel’s story and not Robyn’s. Once that was discovered, the story progressed quickly. He is wounded in the heart, she in the body, and they learn to heal each other.Romantic suspense.