Thursday, December 5, 2019


 Good Thursday all , today I am going to start my Christmas book reviews . Today I have a nice Christmas novella by Linda Thomas - Sundstrom . BRIGHT STAR (A magical Christmas tale )

                            BOOK BLURB 

This Christmas...can wishes come true?

Immortal Dylan McCay has vowed to protect the secret origins of his species at all costs--until he meets Savannah, a passionate astronomer on the brink of discovering the elusive Christmas Star... and finds out a few things about the simple joys of the season.

                          MY REVIEW 
   When you wish upon a star at Christmas can your wish come true . Well thats what can happen if you believe . Savannah an astronomer , is on the brink of finding the that elusive Christmas star. Dylan McCay has to stop her and make her forget the star and her research. He has to protect the origins of that very star . As he finds out there is so much more to the season and will he and Savannah be able to have the simple joys of the season or will they be torn apart . 

    I simply adore the characters in this novella . Dylan is a sweet and sexy guy who is more then just a sexy guy . He is more and ladies you will swoon over Dylan . You will want to help keep him as your own. Savannah is feisty and smart but there is a sadness that has her heart . She really has noone in her life and all she has is her research  on the christmas star . We really see her blossom when after meeting Dylan. They are such good characters but together they are super hot . 

   This novella is a wonderful spin on the Christmas star and making a  Christmas wish on that star. The author takes us on a romantic journey of what can happen on just one night . When two lonely hearts come together  and make that one wish for happiness . This maybe a short novella but the author doesn't hold back on the romance and she does put her characters through a bit of heart ache before the happily ever after . The characters are well written and complex . You will love them and want a Dylan McCay of your own . She also weaves a tale that makes you believe in Christmas wishes and miracles . This is a story to read by the fire with a nice glass of wine . So check it out . 

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