Saturday, December 27, 2014

Review: Married to Santa by Beverly Farr

Married to Santa (Romantic Novella) 

Married to Santa (Romantic Novella) by Beverly Farr
Kindle Edition, 66 pages
Published September 29th 2014 
Source: Bought on Kindle
Caroline has only two small problems this Christmas season.

1. She has amnesia.
2. The man who says he's her husband thinks he's Santa Claus.

Married to Santa is a sweet, quirky, rated PG Christmas novella.
My Review:
I can't imagine having amnesia and not remembering anything, including the man I was married to. That's exactly what happened to Caroline when she hit her head while swimming on vacation in Florida. A very good-looking man was there when she woke up and he claimed to be her husband...he also later claimed to be Santa. 
Caroline took things pretty well. When little snippets of her memory returned, she would do everything in her power to make things better. I loved seeing her discover what's truly important in life. 
Mike is a very kind and patient man. He's willing to meet Caroline in the middle. Instead of blaming her for their problems, he takes responsibility and together they set out to change.
This is a fun, slightly quirky story with a great message.
Content: no language or violence; kissing and innuendo, but it's between a married couple. Everything is fade to black. Clean for an older reader.
About the Author:
Beverly Farr 
Happily-ever-after is my drug of choice. Not that I won’t read or watch a sad story (now and then), but I crave happy endings. I love Jane Austen, Cinderella stories, and 1930s screwball comedies. (Think An AFFAIR TO REMEMBER or WHILE YOU WERE SLEEPING). Since real life has a way of being tough enough, I write sweet, quirky contemporary romances to take the edge off.

What you will find in my stories:

1. Sweet quirky romance.

2. Very little swearing. There may be an occasional hell or damn, maybe even a b*tch, but there will be no Lord’s name in vain and no f-bombs.

3. No explicit sex scenes. Characters might discuss sex, but any love scenes are off screen (Think AFRICAN QUEEN).

4. No vampires. At least, not yet.

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