Christmas in Silverwood by Dorothy Dreyer

Holly is a well-known artist. But lately, she is feeling uninspired and unmotivated. Her recent work is getting her nowhere. After breaking up, she goes to the family Cabin to spend the holidays alone.

They used to spend every holiday there, as a family, but she hasn't gone back for many years. It has a lot of memories, but it's also a good place to get your thought together.

On the way, she meets Nick. It seems that he does everything in the little town. They start on the wrong foot, but the chemistry between them is undeniable.

It's a sweet Christmas Story, set in an adorable little town. There are Christmas miracles, dogs everywhere, just the cutest romance and friendships.

When I was reading the book, I felt like I was watching a Christmas movie. It's heartwarming and just fun to read. :)



received from Xpresso Book Tours

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November 9th, 2021 by Rosewind Books
contemporary, romance, adult



Holly St. Ives is in a rut. Once a celebrated artist making waves in New York City, she finds herself uninspired and unmotivated. Her recent break-up is the last push she needs to spend Christmas alone in the small mountain cabin her father left her in his will—a family getaway she hasn’t visited in years.

After a near accident in Silverwood, she meets Nick, whom she learns is responsible for everything in the small town running like clockwork—including the upcoming Christmas festival and the town’s entry in the state-wide tree decorating contest. Holly doesn’t have time for Nick’s beguiling charm or mouth-watering holiday cupcakes, but after meeting his father, she discovers there’s more to the town’s obsession with the contest than meets the eye.

Touched by the prospect that the whole town is willing to pitch in for a good cause, Holly can feel her Christmas spirit making a comeback as Nick—and his team of Alaskan Malamutes—works his way into her heart to show her the meaning of Christmas again.

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