Slaving Over Christmas by Allyson R. Abbott – Review by Jenni Bishop

Slaving Over ChristmasSlaving Over Christmas by Allyson R. Abbott
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Jill and Tom are spending Christmas home alone, no family, no kids, just the two of them . Tom has been out of work for two years and it has put a strain on not only their finances but their love life as well. Both are missing the intimacy that they have shared and wonder if it will ever come back. Tom has a new job to start and with it has bought a new found confidence that he has been sadly lacking the last two years.

They have decided to only spend five dollars on each other for Christmas presents and little do they know that they will be the best presents they could each have received at a much needed time.

I really enjoyed this book. This is a lovely story about two people rediscovering each other in more than one way and realising their love for each other is stronger than ever.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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