by Pamela Ferguson
Dr. Brady Thomasson has his hands full. Christmas is two days away and he’s the physician in charge at Lilac’s senior living community. A mysterious illness, blizzard conditions, and a skeleton staff would be enough to keep even the most seasoned medical professional on his toes. Will the unexpected arrival of his former girlfriend distract him from his duties?
With a brewing scandal about to crash down on her head, environmental lawyer Camille Zignetti drives through a snowstorm to spend Christmas with her ailing grandfather. Certain she will pay a price for her employer’s bad behavior, could Brady blame her for wanting to hide from a situation she’d helped to create?
Lynne Waite Chapman on Amazon wrote:
This is a sweet, second chance romance between an environmental lawyer and a small-town doctor. The story has that pleasant, cozy, small-town feel full of quirky characters, and it does a good job of developing romantic tension without sexual content. It's a quick romantic read about second chances and finding your true purpose in life.
J.E. Grace on Amazon wrote:
If you’ve read the first three novels in the Lilac series, you’ll be happy to return to the small-town community of Lilac for another sweet romantic tale.
Dr. Brady Thomasson, a promising and attractive young doctor, has made the decision to dedicate his life to treating residents of Lalac’s senior living community. Right off, this makes him a lovable leading man. How many young men want to forgo fame and fortune to treat the elderly?
Camille Zignetti, environmental lawyer, made the mistake of tying in with a famous actor/environmentalist. When the repercussions of her mistake close in, she retreats to Lilac to visit her grandfather who has come down with a mysterious illness.
The story is a perfect meld of friendships, family struggles, relationships, and forgiveness. Throw in a winter storm and Christmas, and you have the makings for romance.
I was given a copy of Christmas at Mountain Mist. I volunteered to review it and was not asked for a positive review.
Camille, an environmental lawyer decides to join together with a famous actor-turned-environmentalist-activist that isn't what he appears to be. Brady, her ex, warns her not to work for him but she ignores the warning. Camille gets thrown a curve when she leaves town to avoid the press to visit her grandfather that needs her assistance at Mountain Mist Retirement Home. Camille & Brady are thrown back together but can they repair the damage from the past?
This was a lovely story of family struggles, relationships, love, and forgiveness. Well-written with great characters that kept me engaged the whole time. Loved the ending that wrapped everything up nicely.
I was given an ARC copy by the author and voluntarily chose to review it.
Pamela Ferguson is the author of sweet romances set in small towns. Specializing in gossips, meddlers, matchmakers, and happily-ever-afters, Pamela loves dreaming up complications that wreak havoc in the lives of her characters. Her determined heroes and resourceful heroines are forever doing battle with narrow-minded mischief-makers. Who knew there were so many bumps on the road to love? Wings of Love, the first book in The Lilac Series, won the 2017 Romance Writers of America Golden Heart® Award in the Romance with Religious or Spiritual Elements category. Try one of Pamela's historical romances to meet the relatives of characters in her contemporary romances.