Wednesday, December 3, 2014
Home for the Holidays (Cavanaugh Island #4.5) by Rochelle Alers Review
In HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS we meet Iris who has survived an abusive husband and has begun to rebuild her life while working toward her dream of owning her own bakery. Collier is home on leave and not looking to form a lasting relationship on his short visit with his sister. One night of passion quickly becomes more than either anticipated. Iris and Collier both have obstacles to overcome when it comes to relationships. However being willing to take a chance may lead them to their own version of happily ever after. HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS is a quick and sweet holiday romance. At only 99 cents it's a holiday romance novella worth picking up.
There's no place like home for the holidays, especially for divorced pastry chef Iris Nelson. After escaping an abusive marriage, she's found peace on charming Cavanaugh Island. As the holiday approaches, Iris looks forward to spending it with her newfound best friend's family . . . and their very handsome visitor.
On leave from Afghanistan, Army Master Sergeant Collier Ward is excited to be reunited with his family for Christmas. But the best gift of all may be this warm, beautiful stranger who joins them for the festivities. With his visit coming to an end, Collier can't deny the heat smoldering between them. Yet Iris can't help but wonder if it's just the glow of the season-and one night of passion-or a true miracle of love that will change their lives forever . . .
About the Author
Bestselling author, Rochelle Alers has nearly two million copies of her novels in print. She is also the recipient of numerous awards, including the Gold Pen Award, the Emma Award, Vivian Stephens Award for Excellence in Romance Writing, the Romantic Times Career Achievement Award and the Zora Neale Hurston Literary Award.