CrossReaders Book Review: Nowhere For Christmas by Heather Gray

CrossReaders Book Review: Nowhere For Christmas by Heather Gray

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Title: Nowhere For Christmas

Author: Heather Gray

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

About the Book

“Nowhere For Christmas” is a wonderfully funny and sweet story about a journalist who is sent to capture a human interest story for Christmas. Along for the ride is her teenage son, and has-been photojournalist who fell from fame and is now working for a nondescript newspaper.

Review

This is a laugh out loud story — the LOL abbreviation won’t do — “Nowhere For Christmas” has full-bodied humor. Heather Gray is an expert storyteller and she has a knack for creating characters that spring from the pages of her books into the reader’s heart. The romance in the book is sweet, but I especially enjoyed the interaction between Avery and her son, Eli. A couple of the minor characters caught my attention and interest as well. This book left a smile on my face and a warm glow in my heart.

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This review was submitted by: Charlene L Amsden

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