A Crossbow Christmas by Ann Swann – Review by Michelle Troyer

A Crossbow ChristmasA Crossbow Christmas by Ann Swann

Carina’s mother, sister and father have all passed, her only family. Then she survived the pandemic after being on the ventilator. Now she is facing the lonliness of everyone being gone. She has joined a grief support group page on facebook and met Max, who lost his very young wife. All Carina wants is for her kids and grandkids to be together for Christmas. Max has a cabin in Colorado that he would like Carina and her family to enjoy for the holiday. However, only Aaron has agreed to come for Christmas. The others have their own reasons on why they cannot make it. She arrives in a little quaint town in Colorado where all the people are so friendly. The cabin is beyond her expectations. Max is going to meet her at the cabin on Christmas Eve and have Christmas with her and her son. A chain of events happens over the next several days and she has met many new people who have become friends. She loves it in Crossbow. In the end, her family ends up surprising her for Christmas. This book is an easy-read, I loved it and could not put it down, and it had a happy ending!

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