Saturday, August 18, 2012

Postmark Christmas

Christmas Is Postmarked for Love. . .
People from around the country send their mail to Christmas, Florida, to receive a special Christmas postmark, but will four couples find their holidays stamped for romance?

Nomadic event planner Stella McCall arrives with her eye on the post office for her next job lead not romance. Then she meets contractor Brick Myers. . .but will love take root before Stella leaves Christmas for good?

War widow Randi Pearson enjoys sending Christmas postcards to men and women serving in the armed forces—until retired major Troy Brennan shows up as a post office volunteer. Can Troy convince Randi to let go of the past and move into the future?

Ever since the accident that claimed her parents and left her sister in a wheelchair, Gabi Archer has retreated into herself. Photographer David Levine sees a strong and passionate woman within her, but can he draw Gabi out of her shell?

Retired police officer Rick Stanton dons a Grinch costume for the holidays and “patrols” Christmas, Florida, to promote the festivities. Everyone falls under his charm except the person he most wants to impress—Postmaster Edie Hathaway. Will Edie learn to trust him before he gives up on love?

My thoughts...

A wonderful book of Christmas romances, I enjoyed this one very much! In the first story event planner, Stella, drives into Christmas, FL in an RV and while trying to turn around backs into sand and gets stuck. Handsome Brick just happens to be there to pull her out. He happens to be the person Stella is there to see. He invites her to hook up the RV at his house which she does and the rest is a delightful tale of romance.

Next comes Randi who has been mailing Christmas cards to soldiers for years and it just happens one of those soldiers fell in love with her via their cards and letters and has come to Christmas to find and marry her! This was a great story with great characters, not just a light romance but deals with Randi's teenage sons trouble.

The next is about Gabi and David, I have to say this was my least favorite, it didn't draw me into it and I had a hard time finishing it.

The last one was sweet, postmistress Edie is very protective of her heart, she won't let any man get close to her. Rick has loved her for a long time and is determined to get close to her. The way he pursues her is charming. I loved the way this one ended.

This book gets 4 out of 5 stars, if you like light romance this one is for you.

I received an ecopy of this book free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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