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Christmas In July: Book Review

Grace Flaherty had given up hope of ever seeing her husband again. After all, it’s been over a year since he went missing in combat. So when he strides through the door of her bakery in downtown Christmas one sunny afternoon, she can hardly believe her eyes. But her happily-ever-after is going to take some effort – because Jack has no memory of his family.

All Jack Flaherty remembers about Christmas is that he couldn’t wait to leave town. Now he’s a local hero with a wife and son he doesn’t know. Even as he struggles to rekindle the romance with his wife, he knows in his heart what he wants: a second chance at love.

My Review of Christmas in July

This was such a cute and wonderful book to read. Not only is this such a realistic romance, but it’s full of real life problems, okay not the missing memory part as that does not happen all of the time, but other real life issues that so may couples face. It’s a romance after the romance and I love the real feel of this novel.

Even though this is a romance, it does seem to really focus on the effect of war and captivity on people. It shows how real relationships work with someone who has been effected and is a bit more serious then a standard romance.

I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking for something with a bit more bite to it. Something that holds a deeper story then just a romance, but still has the lighthearted feel of your classic, modern romance story.

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Praised as a "writer to watch" by RT Book Reviews, Debbie Mason also writes Scottish-set historical paranormals as Debbie Mazzuca.  Her MacLeod series debuted in April 2010 and is said to "combine the passion of Hannah Howell’s Highand romances with the seductive fantasy of Karen Marie Moning’s bestsellers."

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