Sunday, December 1, 2013

Book Review: The Christmas Contract by Jan Romes

Hi all,

If you read my blog, you already know that I am a big fan of romance author Jan Romes. Her novels are always fun, witty, and delightful to delve into. Her most recent novel, The Christmas Contract, is as wonderful as her others – maybe even better! Here is more about this lovely book and my review.


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The Christmas Contract
Jan Romes

Book Description:

**Sweet romance without spicy love scenes**

Millionaire Dax Dawson is a world-class philanthropist and grandfather. While he's generous with his money, he also makes the community work for it. He's the same with his family. No free handouts. What he gives has strings attached. Dax decides it's time for his fiercely independent, almost-thirty year old granddaughters to settle down. He wants them to find love and give him great-grandchildren before his lights go out. And he knows how to make it happen.

Prompted by love, guilt and a desire to own their own business, the Dawson triplets -- Joy, Noelle and Christi -- enter into a Christmas contract that will change their lives forever.

Finding true love is a unique adventure, so each girl has their own story. The outcome for all three, however, funnels into one giant happily-ever-after.

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My 5 Star Review:

The Christmas Contract is possibly my favorite romance novel by Jan Romes.  Her novels are heartwarming stories with a fun, witty touch to them. There's never a dull moment in a Jan Romes novel. I particularly liked this one because it weaves together the story of the three sisters as they pursue love to fulfill their grandfather's wish for them to finally find the man of their dreams and settle down. It's like three novels in one – and each story is unique and heartfelt. If you are looking for a lovely holiday novel to curl up in front of the fire with, this is the one for you.


I hope you'll give this novel – as well as all of Jan's other novels - a try. Check out my reviews of her other novels:

Stay Close, Novak




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