Book Review: A Liberty Christmas by Leigh James

A Liberty Christmas by Leigh James

The Liberty Series

CMG Publishing (October 25, 2017)

78 Pages

Womens Fiction/Romance/Holiday-Christmas




A feel-good story about second chances, and the fun of falling in love during the most wonderful time of the year… Sean has always loved Christmas, but this is his first year alone. But he’s dealt with his divorce and put the past behind him. At least, until he sees his ex-girlfriend, Charlotte… Charlotte moved back to her tiny hometown in Rhode Island for a fresh start. She and her sister have opened a bakery, and she’s totally focused on delighting her holiday customers with her creations. Then she sees Sean, the ‘one who got away’ from so many years ago, and she’s dreaming of more than just fondant, red-velvet cupcakes and gingerbread houses… Sean and Charlotte have a history together, which includes two broken hearts. Can the magic of the holidays make their dreams come true, so they get the most important thing on their lists: a second chance at true love? *Previously published in 2016’s Home for the Holidays boxed set.* This is a standalone holiday novella with an HEA. Some of your favorite characters from The Liberty Series make appearances, but you don’t have to read the other books to enjoy this cute, heart-warming story.




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A quick read set at Christmastime. This is part of the Liberty series, though I have not read that series yet, and can be read separate. This is a second chance romance. Enjoyed the story and the main and secondary characters. Interested in reading the series now.


james  Leigh James writes contemporary romance and romantic suspense. She is a vocal lover of strapping Alpha males in movies, books and real life, which makes her three kids roll their eyes and makes her husband feel appreciated. When she’s not writing, you can usually find her reading or watching Outlander, Game of Thrones, and Vikings (see penchant for Alpha males, above). She has a degree in journalism from the University of New Hampshire, which is good for deadlines and word counts, and a law degree from Suffolk University School of Law with a Concentration in High Technology Law, which is helpful when writing about sexy tech billionaires with legal woes.

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