In Review: On Christmas Hill by Nichole Chase

Posted December 19, 2016 by Kim in 5 Stars, In Review / 3 Comments

In Review: On Christmas Hill by Nichole ChaseOn Christmas Hill by Nichole Chase
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance, Holiday
Publication date: November 29, 2012
Publisher: Self-Published
Format: eBook, 94 pages
How I got it: I bought it!
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My rating:

When Gertie Nichols passed away, her estate was given to her great niece, Molly. After making the long trek from Florida to Vermont with her dog Remy, Molly is caught off guard by the attractive groundskeeper her aunt left in charge. At first her lonely holiday seems to be shaping up to be better than expected—until Nate tells her about the Nichols family legacy and the secret of Christmas Hill.

As sparks fly and magic blossoms right before her eyes, Molly will have to decide whether to take up the mantle her great aunt’s left behind or turn her back on tradition and the man who has quickly garnered space in her heart.

I spent a large part of the past weekend reading holiday romances and Nichole Chase’s short story, On Christmas Hill, is one of my favorites. No question. It’s beautifully whimsical, more than a little magical and totally swoony. You ever read a book with a huge, cheesy grin on your face the entire time? THAT is what this short story did to me. *happy squees*

On Christmas Hill was just too cute for words. I’m not going to get into all the details because, come on, you just need to fall into this story and experience it. But expect a great heroine and her dog, a sexy groundskeeper, family secrets and holiday cheer… all wrapped up in a bow — and under 100 pages! It gave me all the happy holiday feels and, honestly, it’s exactly what I look for in a holiday romance. (And I do love my holiday romances.) If you have 99¢ and an hour or so, I suggest you give it a shot.

About Nichole Chase

Nichole Chase is a daydreamer. No, really, just ask any of the math teachers that had the misfortune of seeing her name appear on their class schedule. For years she has had story lines and characters begging for attention, but she resolutely pushed them aside to focus on more normal (read, boring) jobs. Well, no longer! She is currently heeding the voices in her head and frantically writing their stories. Nichole resides in South Georgia with her husband, energetic daughter, super hero dog, Sulcata tortoise, and two cats. When not devouring novels by the dozens, you may find her writing, painting, crafting, or chasing her daughter around the house while making monster noises.

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