Home Is Where the Christmas Trees Are by CJane Elliott

Home Is Where the Christmas Trees Are by CJane Elliott

  
 
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Home Is Where the Christmas Trees Are by CJane Elliott

Book Info

Book Series
(2015 Advent Calendar - Sleigh Ride)
Publication Date
November 30, 2015
Pages
47
ISBN
978-1-63476-949-5
ASIN
B018RSHDRY
After the tragic death of his sister, Jan, Dex Crawford leaves his life in Portland to take care of his twelve-year-old niece, Rowan. He gets a job as a physical therapist and tries to be a good guardian to Rowan, but they’re both grieving. The Christmas holidays hit Dex especially hard this year. He’d always left it to Jan to make the season merry, and now it’s up to him. Two weeks before Christmas, Dex has yet to even put up a Christmas tree. Things go from bad to worse when Rowan’s clarinet is stolen right before the school holiday concert. Dex’s life begins to turn around when he accompanies Rowan to school to talk to her band teacher, Ed Alcott. Handsome and kind, Ed likes kids, music, and holiday decorations. Dex comes to think of him as his very own Christmas elf. Ed brings with him everything that’s been missing in Dex’s life: the possibility of love, home, and celebration… and Christmas trees. A story from the Dreamspinner Press 2015 Advent Calendar package "Sleigh Ride"

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enjoyable and fast paced

Dex meets his niece's sexy music teacher, Ed when he takes Rowan to school after her Clarinet is stolen.

This was a cute, extremely fast paced story. While it was well written I would have liked the story to move a little slower. I thought it was good, but too rushed. I would have loved a chance to see Dex and Ed as a couple and to get to know them a bit better.

All in all this was an enjoyable Christmas read!

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