A Chesapeake Shores Christmas (Mass Market Paperbound)
Mira Books, 9780778312628, 256pp.
Publication Date: October 25, 2011
After years apart, Mick and Megan O'Brien are finally ready to make it officialagain. Most of their grown children couldn't be happier about their rekindled love and impending marriage this holiday season. Only Connor is a holdout. Driven to become a divorce attorney after what he views as his mother's abandonment of their family, Connor's not about to give his blessing to this reunion romance.
The last thing Megan wants to do is hurt her family again. After all, is she really sure she and Mick can make it this time around? And when an unexpected delivery causes chaos, it seems only a miracle can reunite this family.
Of course, it is Christmasthe season of miracles.
Praise For A Chesapeake Shores Christmas…
"Sherryl Woods writes emotionally satisfying novels about family, friendship and home. Truly feel-great reads!"
-#1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber
"Sherryl Woods gives her characters depth, intensity, and the right amount of humor."
-RT Book Reviews
"Infused with the warmth and magic of the season, Woods's fourth addition to her popular, small-town series once again unites the unruly, outspoken, endearing O'Brien clan in a touching, triumphant tale of forgiveness and love reclaimed."
-Library Journal on A Chesapeake Shores Christmas
"A sweet read perfect to enjoy again and again."
-RT Book Reviews on A Chesapeake Shores Christmas
"Warm, complex, and satisfying."
-Library Journal on Harbor Lights
"Timely in terms of plot and deeply emotional, the third Chesapeake Shores book is quite absorbing. The characters are handled well and have real chemistry-as well as a way with one-liners."
- RT Book Reviews on Harbor Lights
"Sparks fly in a lively tale that is overflowing with family conflict and warmth and the possibility of rekindled love."
-Library Journal on Flowers on Main
"Woods . . . is noted for appealing character-driven stories that are often infused with the flavor and fragrance of the South."