This second chapter of part two was the height of sweetness and nostalgia. I mean, I laughed, sure, but not so much for the idiosyncratic customs, which can always be picturesque to say the least, as for how much they reminded me of my my great-great aunts and theirs stories about immigration, life on the farm and reactions to advancements, and being part of the weird family that pushed even the girls to get as much education as they could manage and wanted (hell, my favourite one was an accountant)
I enjoyed this clean Christmas Romance. I voluntarily chose to review this story. I've given this a 4.7* rating. Although the characters started out a little downbeat about Christmas, it was a form of grief, in different ways. Thanks for one active, upbeat child and one's handyman's skills that brought them together, these two challenged each other. Left me with really good feelings.
I enjoyed this romantic comedy. I received this story for free and I voluntarily chose to review it. I've given it a 4.5* rating. This girl was excited about Christmas until everything seemed to go the wrong way. I really liked the ending on this even though it was not a long read.