The Mistletoe Inn

The Mistletoe Inn

Book - 2015
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Signing up for a writer's retreat in order to avoid another lonely holiday, Kimberly Rossetti befriends aspiring author Zeke, who offers her advice on making her writing more inspired while gradually revealing secrets about his past.
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, 2015
Edition: First Simon & Schuster hardcover edition.
Copyright Date: ©2015.
ISBN: 9781501119798
1501119796
Branch Call Number: FIC EVANS, RICHARD
Characteristics: xiii, 300 pages ; 19 cm

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MelissaYAReader
Dec 15, 2016

After reading Mistletoe Promise I wasn't sure what to expect from this novel. While a good love story, Mistletoe Promise tackled some serious issues. Mistletoe Inn, however, was a gentler read. While there were serious issues tackled (Kim's father is diagnosed with colon cancer and her mother committed suicide when she was a child), this novel was more hopeful. This novel does tackle of the issues of depression, suicide, illness, and loss. Both the main characters have been scarred by their pasts, but ultimately hope infuses this novel. There is the romance and I loved the setting of a romance conference in Vermont. This was a lighter read than the first book, but definitely more of what I was looking for in a Christmas novel. It has its serious moments, but it also has romance and hope as well.

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mjk236sb
Dec 05, 2016

A pleasant Christmas read. Although I did figure out early on what was going on it still was interesting and a feel good story to give hope to anyone feeling bad about their life and how things were turning out. What a delight if everyone found a Zeke in their life.

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Mothercat
Feb 14, 2016

All right, I'll admit it: I'm a sucker for Richard Paul Evans' books! Easy to read, enjoyable and engaging.

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gkbrob
Feb 03, 2016

Stellar book!

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Reads_A_Lot
Dec 04, 2015

Another quick, light-hearted holiday book from RPE. Not quite as good as last year's Mistletoe Promise, but still enjoyable. Sometimes you just need a feel-good story to cleanse the reading palate in between the books with more dark and serious subject matter.

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AL_CHRISTINE Dec 15, 2016

Trauma has a way of indelibly linking the incidentals to the profound.

AL_CHRISTINE Dec 11, 2016

There's no point in switching course after you've hit the iceberg.

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