Celebrate the holidays with USA Today bestselling author Debbie Mason's heartwarming novella about a town called Christmas.
Charlotte Bailey needs a miracle. She came to this sleepy little Colorado town to keep the local hospital afloat, but now her scrooge of a boss is demanding she close it down. Charlotte is going to need all the help she can get, even from Dr. McSexy--er, Dr. Matt Trainer--if she's to save Christmas before, well, Christmas!
All Matt wants for Christmas is for Charlotte to give it--and him--half a chance. But with the town looking to him to save the hospital and Charlotte itching to get back to New York in time to see the city decked out in lights, Matt doesn't have much time to make things right. But he's got faith--after all, miracles happen every day in Christmas.
We All Need A Little Christmas
Ever since being banished to the small town of Christmas, Colorado, by her conniving ex and his new love, Charlotte Bailey has wanted nothing more than to leave. Oh, sure, the town is lovely, and the people are great, but being the chief of staff of the small local hospital can't hold a candle to the life she left behind in New York. It's been a year, and Charlotte is more than ready to head back to the big city, and her promised job, but that darned ex is still up to no good, leaving her right where she doesn't want to be. But the residents of Christmas have a few tricks up their sleeves to keep Charlotte where she's most needed, and save their hospital at the same time.
I love a small-town romance, and, when it's a holiday read to boot, color me happy. I've visited the lovely town of Christmas, CO, before, and really enjoyed it. Author Debbie Mason has created a place that is warm and inviting, with characters that are charming, quaint, and sometimes a little zany, and it's a lot of fun to spend time there.
The spirit of Christmas gets me every time, and Charlotte doesn't stand a chance when the citizens of her adopted town call in the big guns to convince her to stay, and to keep their hospital up and running. There's romance, there's intrigue, and there's plenty of holiday magic to keep things lively, romantic, and heartwarming.
This little read was extremely enjoyable, and an easy 4 stars for me. I'm happy to add it to my list of holiday reads, and recommend it for fans of small-town romances or anyone looking for a feel-good holiday read.