- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 6810 KB
- Print Length: 192 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Newhurst Press (25 Oct. 2018)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07HRMQ3PZ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Customer reviews: 16 customer ratings
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #395,558 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Christmas Heart: A stand-alone winter holiday romance (The Nordic Heart Series Book 5) Kindle Edition
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I could so well see the Swedish ski resort Åre in front of my eyes as I read the book and it really made me miss the winter and the snow.
Great that the unexpected and nicely set up reunion with the 'Rich Boy’ had an additional twist, it added to the story and made it more believable as Kaisa's life has certainly never been predictable.
This book, like the author’s previous ones, kept me totally hooked and ruined my sleep as I had to finish it in one go. The biggest problem was waking up the morning after and realising that there is no more to read.
Be prepared to not get things done once you dive in!
The book works perfectly as a stand alone read but you do get more out of the storyline if you have read about Kaisa’s earlier life and if you have not, you certainly will want to after The Christmas Heart!
The book was engaging, entertaining and you can easily relate to them.
I liked the lesson in it as well - we all deserve a second/third chance and it is better to live for the moment and see what happens.....
I loved the plot for this one and it has a really lovely setting. The author sets the scene so well and at times I felt as thought I was there living with the characters. The characters themselves are well developed and I really enjoyed their interaction-it is a lovely heart-warming story that left me feeling all warm and cosy – it was the perfect book to wrap myself up in the warm with a hot drink and a sneaky biscuit.
I didn’t realise that this book was part of a series and it reads absolutely fine as a stand alone, but I will be looking to get the previous books to read as I enjoyed this one so much!
Five stars from me, very highly recommended – I thoroughly enjoyed it!
Top international reviews
I’ve read every book of this story n I could tell u to go n buy all of them n read this wonderful story!
U won’t regret it!
One of the things I liked about this book is that it was not overly graphic love making scenes and gave just enough information that ones imagination is enough. Also profanity was nearly non-existent in this book which goes to show you that it isn't necessary to tell a good story.
After the heartbreaking way the previous book in this series (The True Heart) ended, I really enjoyed revisiting Kaisa about 20 years later to find out how she and her daughter fared. I think it's great that the author brought Kaisa back as a mature, active women with a fully functioning libido and a social life that does not revolve around her grown child. Her holiday ski trip definitely has some down elements, but reconnecting with Tom, a handsome old friend who, but for circumstances, would have been more, is not one of them.
I like Halme's crisp, clean prose and the plot is a fine second chance romance. And the setting in the Swedish Alps during the Christmas holidays, just screams winter, hot toddies and snuggling by the fire after a day🎿 on the slopes. A perfect picture of a winter escape!:-)