Thursday, December 20, 2018

Review: Christmas at the Beach by Wendy Wax

Christmas at the Beach
by Wendy Wax

Publisher: Penguin Group
Pages: 52
Format: ebook
Buy the Book: Amazon

Goodreads:  When Madeline Singer, Avery Lawford, and Nicole Grant first gained ownership of Ten Beach Road, they didn’t realize that remodeling the house would not only bind their fates together but give them a second chance at rebuilding their lives.

Now, as Kyra, Madeline’s daughter, returns to the newly sold Bella Flora for one last Christmas, she’s hoping to get a brief respite from the paparazzi that constantly hounds her and the son she had with famous actor Daniel Deranian. But when a string of bad news threatens to disrupt her happy holidays, Bella Flora’s sanctuary may be threatened for all of the women who call it home…

Kritters Thoughts:  A novella in the Ten Beach Road series that is very short.  It is book 2.5 in the series and I would suggest reading it in order.  But keep reading to decide whether you think it is necessary to enjoy the series.

Like all of the books in this series there is an element of rewind and catching the reader up on previous book or books, but this being a novella I thought it would be less catch up than a full novel and more original content and that was not the case.  This book was mostly catch up and just not a lot of original content which was disappointing.

I think you could enjoy this series without the content that was in this book, but if you are enjoying this series, this could be an added value.  I read this one right after reading book one and two and maybe I was burnt out on the series, but I just wish there had been more.

Rating: enjoyable, but didn't leave me wanting more (novellas in the series)

Ebook 2018 Challenge: 47 out of 100

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