"What?!" you ask. "Christmas is o-v-e-r!"
Well, yes and no. Technically tonight (Jan 5) is Twelfth Night, the night before Epiphany, and the last night of the traditional Christmas season. So, for my book-of-the-day, I thought I'd share the first book I ever read by one of newest favorite authors, Lorna Landvik.
I'm not completely sure when I read the book - likely soon after Christmas last year, when I remember feeling like I hadn't had the chance to read enough holiday books, which I love. I also don't have a lot of time to read - I'm a writer, and I do a lot of client and project work, and I was very busy last year - so I did a search of Christmas-themed romance and women's fiction audiobooks, and this one came up.
Lorna Landvik is a joy to read. For some reason the reviews for this book weren't quite as stellar as those for most of Landvik's books, but I thought it was charming and redemptive with a lovely holiday message. A short, sweet read.
And if you haven't met a Lorna Landvik book yet, you're in for a wonderful treat, one that will last far into the New Year!