Wednesday, 2 November 2016

Book Review: A Goose Creek Christmas

4.0 out of 5 stars 
In time for Christmas

A Goose Creek Christmas by Virginia Smith is a nice family themed novel set in Goose Creek. The story revolves around Al Richardson and his wife Millie, who get busy in their own ways as the holidays approach.

A Goose Creek Christmas (Tales from the Goose Creek B&B Book 4) by [Smith, Virginia] 

Virginia' easy narrative style is easy to get into, and will keep you captivated through the satisfying end. If you like novels and characters set in small towns Goose Creek Christmas is for you.

Book Blurb: Al's Goose Is Cooked!

Forced into early retirement, Al Richardson knows what his wife will say when she hears the terrible news. Millie will insist that they open their B&B early. Where will that leave him? Carrying luggage and waiting tables? No way! He needs time to come up with another plan. With the help of an unlikely accomplice, Al spends his days scanning want ads and frequenting out-of-town coffee shops in an effort to hide his secret from all of Goose Creek—including his wife.

Millie is too busy to notice Al's odd behavior. Between planning a huge Christmas party and holding tight to the reins of newcomer Lulu Thacker—whose tacky decorating schemes are sure to infuriate Main Street business owners—she has no time for anything else.

One thing is certain: In Goose Creek, no secret stays hidden for long. The most holy of holidays is swiftly approaching. Is Al in for a Merry Christmas or a Marriage Crisis? 
Book Review: A Goose Creek Christmas (Tales from the Goose Creek B&B Book 4)
Author: Virginia Smith

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