Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Title: San Francisco Serenade
Author: Ginger Voight
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Romance sparks unexpectedly when two lonely people cross paths in a posh San Francisco hotel over the Christmas holiday. 

Sabrina Parsens is a best-selling author attempting to erase her last holiday memory with an ex, and Vance Gale is a retired rock star who only wants to remain on the fringe of the festivities. When their common association of fame brings them together, they discover a bond of friendship that quickly catches fire. But will it be enough to heal old wounds and cross the barriers they both fight so hard to protect? Author Ginger Voight works her magic in a special holiday novella with this Rubenesque fairy tale of finding love where you least expect it.

The story begins when Sabrina has to go to her favorite city in the world (San Francisco) through the Christmas holidays. The only thing is this she's really lonely. Her last relationship ended right after this holiday last year, and she's unsure where her life is going now. But when she sees her teenage rockstar crush across the room in the hotel lobby she thinks maybe she will get a chance to meet him. But that quickly turns out not so great. 
However, when she least expects it he has a change of heart, these two lonely souls find each other for Christmas, but will it be enough to last longer then the holidays?

This was a very short sweet Christmas story. I really loved both the hero and heroine, and the whole plot was interesting as well. The only thing that could have been better was the insta love part. Now, that being said I do like the instant love connection that is in a lot of books, however, I just wish we could have seen more of what connected them together then what we did see. It was still a very interesting short read that really got me in the Christmas spirit!

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