A Must for Christmas: A Darling Cove Novella (Darling Cove) by Deborah Garland – Review by Emily Walsh

A Must for Christmas: A Darling Cove NovellaA Must for Christmas: A Darling Cove Novella
ByDeborah Garland
My Rating: 5 of 5 stars

A Must for Christmas: A Darling Cove Novella (Darling Cove) by Deborah Garland was a heart pounding, sweet, feels gripping read that had me on the edge of my seat, mostly because I was sitting there like.. don’t you dare, don’t you even dare do ti!

A grand addition to the Darling Cove series, this book takes place, or a better description, picks up were the last book, Must be Crazy, leaves off. So this book is a companion, so I highly suggest reading that book first, well all of the books actually, because they follow a chronological timeline. So spoilers.

This books main focus is on Faith and Greg, and them welcoming their little bundles of joy into the world. This doesn’t go smooth, and we are left in a limbo like stat, and for me, a little panic, because what author doesn’t like to mess with their characters and readers hearts? So much raw emotions, chaos, and reality. I had to put this down because I was starting to think the worst, and by the universe I didn’t want to read that. But I pulled my big girl pants up and read on.

This book is more than a addition, it’s a look into a very real situation, and one that happens more often then you want to believe. You can plan, plan, plan, but something the universe has other ideas.

This book is a must read for this series, so please take my super high recommendation and my stamp of approval that you will get kicked in the feels and still when it all said and done, you will want more with this amazing group of characters and their crazy antics, witty dialogue, and of course from their unique world.

Happy Reading

Review by @eawalsh

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