5 thoughts on “The Christmas Secret (Christmas Hope, #5)

  1. I loved this author’s recent novel, The Good Dream, so I thought I’d try one of her shorter novels. Maybe it would have been better as a rapid reading experience where I could skim, skim, skim, but I listened to it. Ugh. Ugh. So much bickering, griping, squabbling. I didn’t care for the transparent plot either.

    But ….the worst thing? I didn’t like Jason at all. I had no wish to see him turn over a new leaf, become more humane, soak up the true Christmas spirit. The author did an excellent job p

  2. Reviewed for THC Reviews
    I can always count on Donna VanLiere to give me a heartwarming holiday read, and The Christmas Secret is no exception. I’ve absolutely fallen in love with the nameless small town where all her Christmas Hope books take place and would love to live there. The residents of the town really bring it to life, creating a warm, inviting atmosphere. They’re always ready to lend a helping hand to those in need, and I love how all their lives intertwine into a beautiful, intricate

  3. Even though I don’t typically read books like this, I LOVED this book. It was adorable and inspiring. This was a really quick holiday read that really made me feel grateful for what I have. I loved the characters in this book, and I loved how the plot worked out. Next Christmas, I think I will be picking up more books from this “series”, because they were so heartwarming. I totally recommend!

  4. One of my favorite things to do during the holiday season is to curl up with a wonderful, touching and inspiring book. Donna VanLiere has become such a tradition for me, or rather her books have. Each year I eagerly anticipate her newest release, which I gobble up within a couple of days and then I am left downtrodden because I know I have to wait another year for another treasure by her.

    Each of Ms. VanLiere’s stories are filled with the greatest of struggles, perseverance, warmth, the greatest

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