An Island Christmas By: Nancy Thayer



Title:  An Island Christmas
Author:  Nancy Thayer
Publisher:  Ballantine Books
Reviewed By:  Arlena Dean
Rating: 4.5
Review:

"An Island Christmas" by Nancy Thayer

Title:  An Island Christmas
Author:  Nancy Thayer
Publisher:  Ballantine Books
Reviewed By:  Arlena Dean
Rating: 4.5
Review:

"An Island Christmas" by Nancy Thayer

 What I liked about this novel...

I loved this holiday Christmas story, add the Gordon family with  the youngest daughter Felicia was  getting married on Christmas day, along with a cat pet (Rex) and other distractions...  then you will have some interesting story that happens in Nantucket.  This story will even get more intriguing  the mother(Jill) tries to convince her daughter  to change  her mind about the finance and marry an old boyfriend who lives right next door.  Why was Jill trying to do this? Well, this is the time that I will say you must pick up the good read to see for yourself how this author will give you a heartwarming presentation.  Now, what will happen for Felicia and her fiancé, Archie? 

 Be ready for some real funny humorous adventures, some idiocy of family members  and some best laid plans that go awry in this  hectic pace storyline where there will be many twist and turns.  The characters are all well developed, captivating, well portrayed and believable only to give the reader a very good story with some changes, surprises and yes, acceptance.

"An Island Christmas" is a quick read that once you start reading the reader will find it hard to put down.  This author really know now to give the reader a holiday novel...Christmas on Chestnut street in Nantucket where a lots of things get very hectic but  in the end one unforgettable story. 
What I especially liked about this novel was the wonderful Christmas festivities and descriptions that this author gives in the telling of her story on Nantucket Island were wonderful showing the very importance of family, friends and love.  Would I recommend "An Island Christmas?"  YES!


















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