Christmas in Eternity Springs by Emily March

Setting: Eternity Springs, Colorado
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Release Date: October 4, 2016

Claire Branham, aka Miss Christmas, lost her Christmas spirit many years ago. When her she catches the man of her dreams in a lie, she leaves everything behind and moves to Eternity Springs. There, she opens a year-round Christmas shop in hopes of regaining the joy Christmas once brought.

Military man Jax Lancaster will do whatever it takes to make his son whole again. The boy suffered an unimaginable tragedy. One that left the young boy with many fears. After a summer camp in Eternity Springs seems to bring the boy out of his shell, Jax makes the tough decision to move to Eternity Springs.

Working as a local handyman, Jax soon finds himself enamored with not only the town, but also with Claire. His soon seems to be warming up to the quirky shop owner too. Can this broken trio find true happiness together?

Kicking off the holiday season a little early, Christmas in Eternity Springs is a touching tale of hope renewed. I love Eternity Springs, but I really fell for Jax and his son. Claire was equally enjoyable. Each hides secrets, some that the reader knows, but others are more of a mystery. When they're revealed, it all makes sense.

If you want a heartwarming character-driven story, you can't go wrong with any of the books in Emily March's Eternity Springs novels. Christmas in Eternity Springs is the best yet.


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