I love Jessica R. Patch’s novellas because while the stories make me laugh, her characters are real with flaws, hang-ups, insecurities, and more. Add in a little bit of Christmas cheer and it’s a recipe as sweet as fudge (or insert your favorite holiday treat here).
About the Book
Agnes Piercy is finally going to make her mark now that she’s in charge of the Honeyhaven Winter Wonderland. She’s created a new event this year—Santa’s Village—which will bring in tons of tourists and money for charities and church ministries, and secure her a full client list when she opens up her own event planning business. But things go haywire from the get-go, including her feelings for one Tuck Renner.
Tuck Renner has been tasked (against his will) with building the Santa’s Village which means taking orders from Miss Bossy Pants herself—Agnes Piercy. But she’s off to a seriously rocky start. Feeling sorry for her, and a lot sorry for himself having to hear about it day in and out, he vows to make this the greatest event ever. But things don’t go as planned. However, they may go exactly like they were meant to.
In My Opinion..
From the first lines, readers are drawn into the Christmas season! Welcome back to Honeyhaven, Mississippi. A small town where everyone knows each other, knows each other’s business, and noses into what they don’t yet know!
For anyone who read Under the Honeymoon and felt bad for Tuck, pick this one up! If you haven’t read it, don’t worry, you won’t be lost if you read this one first.
Jessica R. Patch packs plenty of Christmas cheer in with a Santa’s village, pop culture references, and the business of the season. Plus there’s a few hilarious Honeyhaven-style mishaps to pull laughter from the scroogiest (yeah, I made that up!) Scrooge.
But y’all, A Honey of a Christmas is fun, filled with friendship and laughter but it’s also a testament to how love can sneak up on friends, no matter how hard they fight it. And what better time to fall in love than the most wonderful time of the year?
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