Another wonderful festive glimpse into life with the Campbell-Hayes’

Home-for-Christmas2-400Home For Christmas by R.J. Scott

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

RJ Scott’s Texas series is one of my absolute favourites, having binge read the lot in about three day, so to find another instalment was planned with the next generation was an absolute joy.

And this one delivers in all ways, a bit angsty, a lot of love all over the place, a misunderstanding that causes the kind of bust-up which is a staple feature of these big dramatic family narratives.

I felt for River, and I’m glad there was no instant curing of his anxieties or sudden disappearing of his symptoms, although I did think perhaps more could have been expanded on once his family background was known.

But, this is a novella after all, not a full-blown book, and we got plenty enough detail packed in to bring a fully fleshed festive romance to life perfectly.

Connor is such a sweetheart, even with his need to try and fix everything misfiring a touch, he has a heart as deep as his Pappa’s for the right person.

It was great to see all the Campbell-Hayes clan, and the extended Legacy family in passing, and I really hope RJ never closes the curtains permanently on this Texan ranching dynasty.

#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.

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