Holiday Terminal (Warren Family Holidays) by Gwyn McNamee & Christy Anderson – Review by Rosanna Ingram

Holiday TerminalHoliday Terminal by Gwyn McNamee
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Penelope is flying home for Christmas with her son, Max, and her mother. However, a snow storm forces them to land at a small-town airport until the storm passes. Hoping it will only be a couple of hours, the three of them hunker down in the terminal to wait out the storm…hoping to be home in time to open presents in the morning.
Artemis is on his way to New York where he plans to make a big announcement to his family. Due to the weather, he must land at an airport in the middle of nowhere and wait for the storm to pass. Imagine his surprise when he sees the girl from his past, who has grown into a beautiful woman, as another stranded passenger.
The past between Penelope and Artemis is a mix of young love and heartbreak. Both of them have their own ideas about what happened on the beach years ago…but it seems as though both of them have it wrong. Years of not talking has led to a mix of longing, anger, and distrust. Can they reignite the flame they once had? Or are secrets from the past (and Artemis’ last name) going to keep them apart once again?
I enjoyed this book and read it all in one sitting. It was an easy read and a really good story. Penelope and Artemis are both great characters who just need a little slap upside their heads to knock some sense into them…but, then again, most adults do! I enjoyed the story and will be checking out Archie’s book when it is released.

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