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Book Description

Hannah Winchester is down on her luck and disillusioned with love, but her fortunes are about to change. When Hannah inherits a defunct bakery in East Tennessee, her first thought is to sell it and settle her substantial debt. Then the townsfolk welcome her warmly and she's taken with the joyful spirit of the place, where stores employ holiday themes and residents have surnames like Christmas and Claus. After a handsome lawman comes to her aid dressed as Santa, Hannah learns he's more than a hot guy in a red suit and shiny black boots. 

Sheriff Carter Livingston has joined in the cause of rejuvenating the town, and he's encouraging her to do her part. Hannah's great-grandmother, Lena, sold special holiday cookies that brought hope and renewal to the people of Christmas Town. Yet Hannah has plans elsewhere and isn't looking to stay. Can she possibly reopen the shop known for kindling romance--without sacrificing her heart?

Book Review

Hannah inherits a Christmas Cookie Shop from her great grandmother Lena. Ironically she can't cook to save her life. She even manages to burn microwave popcorn. She has plans to sell the shop and go on to college. Then she comes to Christmas Town. The place is over the top Christmasy. The locals most welcoming and friendly. She begins to have second thoughts about the shop and staying in town.

Carter is the local sheriff. He's literally Santa in a red pickup where Hannah is concerned. He's got commitment issues but Hannah interests him enough to warn off his best friend and town doctor Kurt from asking her out. He's not sure if he should go ahead and try to get into a relationship with Hannah, especially when she has plans to leave in a couple of months.

Enter the Virginia Cookies from Lena's recipe. The magical properties of these cookies are supposed to work wonders, but when Hannah bakes them for Carter why won't he eat them? I'm sure if you enjoy Christmas stories you will love this one.

I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.

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