Tuesday, December 8, 2015


Title: A Christmas to Remember
Author: Jenny Hale
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Everyone loves Christmas – don’t they?

Carrie Blake loves her job as a nanny but, while her friends are settling down, all of Carrie’s spare time is spent with other people’s families. Though it breaks her heart, her New Year’s resolution is to embark on a new career and fix her love life.

As Carrie starts her last job, she’s sure she’ll be going out on a high – the house is amazing , the kids are adorable, and she’s in charge of decorating the tree!

The only problem could be her boss… single-dad Adam Fletcher might be both handsome and successful, but he’s always working. Doesn’t he realise he’s missing out on precious moments with his son and daughter?

As Adam’s family arrive for Christmas including his sensitive sister, Sharon, and his fun-loving elderly Grandpa, Walter, Carrie realises that she might just have found the perfect allies in her quest to persuade Adam to loosen up. There’s still time for Carrie to make this the best Christmas ever… after all, Christmas is the time for miracles, isn’t it? Let the festivities begin!
 

     

 A Christmas to Remember begins when Carrie starts her new live in nanny job. She loves being a nanny, and she knows this has to be her last job if she ever wants to have children of her own. But when she gets to this job and starts learning things about this new family things start to change for Carrie. She not only falls for the children, but also for their single dad. And as she realizes she needs to help them, she must also find a way to help herself. 

This book was really interesting! I enjoyed the book from start to finish. It had a really enjoyable story line, with some great characters. I also adored the over all moral of this story! It was a very sweet Christmas story. 

The only thing I didn't like about the book was how Carrie kept repeating the same insecure thoughts in her head over and over again. It was okay the first few times, but then it became very annoying after it was repeated the same way over and over again. 

Other than that I liked this book! It had a great Christmas story, and I really enjoyed reading it. 
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