Falling for Christmas by Kate Hewitt
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
“Falling for Christmas” by Kate Hewitt is book one in the “Falling For The Freemans” series. This is the story of Hannah Ford and Sam Taylor.
Hannah is a city girl that escapes a Christmas party where her ex and his new girlfriend are attending. She drives 300 miles to escape and ends up stuck in the snow in this tiny town of Creighton Falls, New York. Hannah is dressed for a Christmas party, not for a snowstorm, but thankfully she is rescued by Sam the local carpenter and jack of all trades.
There is only one place for folks to stay, but it is closed up. Sam invites Hannah to stay at his house. She ends up staying with Sam through the holidays due to snowstorm. Both Sam and Hannah have been through some hard emotional times in their life. Will Sam and Hannah take a chance on love?
This is a sweet and steamy romance between two very different people whose relationship brought them both healing. The scenery descriptions in the book were amazing. The reader could feel the cold and the wind and visualize the snow that had fallen.
A great story to curl up with for the holidays and wintertime. I look forward to the other books in this series. I also look forward to reading other books by Kate Hewitt.
I received a copy of this book from NetGalley/Tule Publishing for an honest review.