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Holiday Terminal (Warren Family Holidays) by Gwyn McNamee & Christy Anderson – Review by Melissa Agena

Holiday Terminal (Warren Family Holidays #1)Holiday Terminal by Gwyn McNamee
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Such a sweet and feel good Christmas book! Holiday Terminal (A Second Chance Secret Baby Billionaire Holiday Romance) is the first book in the Warren Family Holidays Series by Gwyn McNamee and Christy Anderson. Penelope is a hard working single mom who is just trying to get home to her family for Christmas. One problem is there is a wicked storm, which halters her travel plans to get to get there. So, they get stranded in an extremely small town in Tennessee. She isn’t the only one who gets stranded there either. Artemis Warren has an infamous family and has the money to go with it. The one thing that he doesn’t have is the girl that broke his heart one summer in North Carolina. He’s carried a torch for her ever since. As fate plays it, these two get stranded at the same time at the very same airport their planes had to land at due to the storm. In less than 24 hours their lives get turned upside down and they leave to a happy ending. This book is a little bit of an emotional roller coaster. It was such an easy read and it pulled you in from the start and didn’t stop until the very end. I am so glad that there is a second book! I can’t wait to read it! This book is a Hallmark movie waiting to happen! I absolutely adored it! I have no complaints at all! Well done ladies!

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Holiday Terminal (Warren Family Holidays) by Gwyn McNamee & Christy Anderson – Reviewed by Laura-Jane Minnie

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Holiday Terminal is a great Christmas read. This is the first book in this series, i got pulled in straight away. It is well written and i got really invested in Penelope and Art’s romance, they met six years previous but when Art left at the end of the Summer and never contacted Penelope again the last thing she wanted was to run into him at the airport when her flight had to make an emergency landing. Can they get a second chance? you will have to read to find out

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Holiday Terminal (Warren Family Holidays) by Gwyn McNamee & Christy Anderson – Review by Angelina Frazzini

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Holiday Terminal by Gwyn McNamee and Christy Anderson is book one of The Warren Family Holidays series. I read this book in one sitting. I couldn’t put it down!

Penelope didn’t intend to get stuck at the airport in the middle of nowhere on Christmas Eve but now she has no choice but to wait out the snow storm. She never would have expected that the one person she didn’t think she’d ever see again would get stuck at the same airport. Nothing good could come from both Penelope and Artemis being stuck at the same airport, or so Penelope thinks.

I really enjoyed reading this book! It was a quick read because you get sucked in and don’t want to put it down. I could feel Penelope’s terror when she first saw Artemis and realized it could spell disaster for her. I also spent a bit of time being mad at Artemis. He has a few less than favorable moments. Overall, it was very well written and a great read!

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Holiday Terminal (Warren Family Holidays) by Gwyn McNamee & Christy Anderson – Review by Carla Clemmons

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

Sweet quick holiday read! Pen and Art have so many emotions running through them. The authors really know how to pull you in! I got frustrated and excited along with the characters in this story. Will have to look into the other books in the series!

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Holiday Terminal (Warren Family Holidays) by Gwyn McNamee & Christy Anderson – Review by Michelle Mulvey

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Holiday Terminal was such a great 5 star read. Just what I needed in my life right now. This second chance romance had everything I always want to see in a book. Artemis Warren and Penelope Barnes met one summer on the beach in Cape Harmony. Artemis was vacationing with his rich high profile family and of course they didn’t want their oldest son involved with a local girl. Artie and Penelope fell in love that summer.
Unfortunately Artie left at the end of the summer and him and Penelope never spoke after that. Now 6 years later they are both flying to their respective homes but both planes need to make an emergency landing because of a really bad snow storm with whiteout conditions.
What are the odds that these two long lost lovers have to land at the same airport, on the same day, at the same time ? It must’ve been fate.
What will happen when these two come face to face? Penelope has feared this moment and now she has no choice but to face it head on and tell him the truth. She really doesn’t have to tell him because he can see it with his own eyes. I absolutely loved this book and wish there were more just like this one.

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Holiday Terminal (Warren Family Holidays) by Gwyn McNamee & Christy Anderson – Review by Jennifer Gordon

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This was a lovely second chance at love Christmas romance which left me with a feel good factor and put me in the festive spirit. When Penelope Barnes and son Max get stranded at a tiny airport in the middle of nowhere on Christmas Eve she thinks things can not get any worse but then Artemis Warren, her first love and the man who broke her heart walks into the terminal. Whilst Penelope has been transported back to being a teenager left on the beach wishing the boy would choose her, Artemis is happy to be reunited with the only woman he’s ever loved. Due to an emergency landing he’s been stranded as well and just wanted to go back to civilisation until he spots Penelope and hopes to turn the bad situation into the opportunity of a lifetime. However, old wounds can be hard to heal and both of them have created new lives and then there’s the secret that Penelope is hiding that will have consequences for both their lives. I loved Penelope and Artemis who were both likeable and relatable and I was cheering them on hoping they would both get their happy ever after, especially as it’s Christmas and a little Christmas magic was just what the couple needed. Max was also a lovely character. The storyline flowed well and the descriptive narrative made the characters and the setting come alive. I found the cold, snowy Christmas Eve to be a really Christmasy backdrop to the story. It was an enjoyable and engaging read which had me hooked from the start and I felt immersed in the story, making this a perfect book for the festive period.

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Holiday Terminal: A Second Chance Secret Baby Billionaire Holiday Romance (The Warren Family Holidays #1) by Gwyn McNamee & Christy Anderson – Review by Amanda Kimble

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5/5 Stars

Holiday Terminal: (A Second Chance Secret Baby Billionaire Holiday Romance) (The Warren Family Holidays #1) by Gwyn McNamee & Christy Anderson

This is the first book I’ve read by either author. It won’t be my last as I’ll be watching for others. This book was fantastic and I know others will love it.

Penelope is a single mom and is stuck in a little tiny airport. The last thing she wants is to be stranded on Christmas Eve with her mom and son. The straw that breaks her is her son’s father being in the same airport, stranded as well. The quote I chose for Penelope is: “Seeing is believing, Artemis. And I haven’t seen anything that suggests you’re any different than your family. I’m sorry, but I just can’t believe that. Your promises may be enough for Max, and of course, he would love if you moved to Nashville to be close to him, but they aren’t for me. I can’t give you my heart again. I’m sorry. I just can’t.”

Artemis didn’t want to spend Christmas Eve in an airport. He wanted to be at the family party to announce something. What he doesn’t know is that the one he keeps thinking about is there. In the tiny airport. The quote I chose for Artemis is: “Penelope. I think you and I need to have a little chat.”

Highly recommended for contemporary romance lovers.

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Holiday Terminal (Warren Family Holidays) by Gwyn McNamee & Christy Anderson – Review by Carrie Reed

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 stars!
I LOVE a holiday romance. This book delivered in putting me in the Christmas spirit and giving me all sorts of feelings. I really love when the characters miscommunicate with each other, that may sound weird, but when I see the hurt caused by miscommunication my heart jumps a little because I know that everything will be okay in the end. Penelope and Artemis are beautiful together, I love them as a couple. Penelope did annoy me at times but overall, I understand why they were in the situation they were in. If they would have just talked everything out, things may have been different by now, but, being young and immature the first thing in your mind is to run, so that is what Penelope did. I was nervous for a minute when Artemis finds out about Max but knew deep down that everything would work out, it’s a holiday romance after all. I really enjoyed meeting all these characters, and quickly got lost in the story, I can’t wait to see what is next and would highly recommend this read.

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Holiday Terminal (Warren Family Holidays) by Gwyn McNamee & Christy Anderson – Review by Samantha Jayne Grubey

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was a great holiday read, it was really sweet romantic loving and definitely swoon worthy! Penelope and Artemis were so cute and honestly, they were great together young love and with that a second chance romance. I really enjoyed the writing in this book and I loved reading it. I was kept hooked on the story and I read it in one sitting. I really enjoyed reading it!

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Holiday Terminal (Warren Family Holidays) by Gwyn McNamee & Christy Anderson – Review by Tausha Treadway

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

Holiday Terminal (Warren Family Holidays) by Gwyn McNamee & Christy Anderson. This is a great second chance romance read. Its the story of Penelope and Artemis who meet on the beach one summer and fall in love. Artemis is from a very prominent New York family and Penelope is a shop owner’s daughter. As the summer comes to a close a misunderstanding leaves them both with a broken heart. Penelope goes on to be a single mom and works in Nashville while Artemis continues on the families wishes of running the family business as an attorney. They both still think of each other but know they will never reconnect. 6 years after that summer Penelope, her mom and son Max are flying back to the beach for Christmas when the run into a freak snowstorm. They are stuck in a small terminal with no where to go and Penelope thinks its horrible until she runs right into Artemis who is stuck in the same terminal on his way to New York. Once Artemis sees her son Max he realizes Penelope has kept a secret from him for 6 years. Will they be able to reconnect and rekindle their relationship and be a real family or will they have even more miscommunication and lose each other forever. This is a steamy, sweet holiday read.

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