Sunday, 24 December 2017

Book Review: A Crazy Christmas by B. Cranford



If they can make it through the holidays,
they can make it through anything.


Title: A Crazy Christmas
Author: B. Cranford
Release Date: December 20, 2017


Blurb

The scariest thing about life is that it can change in an instant . . .

A broken promise.
A chance encounter.

A forgotten phone call.
A shot at forgiveness.

The hardest thing about love is letting go . . .

A crippling addiction.
A broken heart.

A costly mistake.
A lingering past.

The funniest thing is that no one knows which way is up . . .

With a break-up—or is it a proposal?—in the wings, a sick baby and stretch marks to worry about, a Christmas party that probably could have gone better, and the pressure to find that perfect gift, these four friends are just trying to make it through the holidays. Without losing their minds—or any other important body parts.

And that gives this Christmas the potential to be their craziest one yet . . .



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My Thoughts


I seem to be ending the year reading in a somewhat backwards fashion. B Cranford’s A Crazy Christmas is another book where I have the disadvantage of not reading the previous books about the characters. But again, it’s worked out marvellously well.

Sure, I don’t know the entire back story but if I can read a continuing story about characters featured in previous books, not become lost, and become invested in them, then that’s a talent the author should be proud of.

And one of the things I really liked? One of the characters says “I’m happy... I’m really happy.” You would think these words are a given in romance novels but they are rarely uttered. It’s a pleasure to read when they do appear.

I am very much looking forward to reading the previous books.



Author Bio

B. Cranford is a proud Australian living in the USA, a lover of books, breadsticks and bed, and the mother of two children who are far too similar to their father for her liking. A lifelong reader, she dove into the romance genre on the recommendation of her best friend and hasn’t looked back since. After three years as a blogger, she decided it was high time she finally finished one of the 12,002 books she’d started writing, and the end result was her debut novel, The Brightest Star.

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