Christmas in Whistler by Kim Hornby


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Synopsis:

Daria Stark's ex-husband and his scheming girlfriend have her precious little girls for Christmas and she opts to get out of Seattle at the last minute to survive the lonely holidays. She arrives in the picturesque Canadian ski resort, Whistler Mountain, to visit her friend Joanne and lands in a whirlwind of holiday activity--getting a Christmas tree, shopping for presents, making Christmas cookies and being romanced by a dashing Frenchman, who is also visiting Whistler for Christmas. Not one to rush into romance, Daria finds herself being swept away by the charms of Californian vintner, Pierre Charbenaud and contemplates having a Christmas fling but will her heart survive when the Christmas vacation is over and both leave Whistler? 

Review:

Christmas in Whistler was a fun, cute Christmas read. Daria's ex-husband and horrible girlfriend have her daughters for Christmas. This is the first time Daria has had to be away from them for the holidays and she is not taking it so well. When her friend invites her up to Whistler she jumps at the opportunity. 

Pierre has also been invited to spend the holidays in Whistler. He is a charming Frenchman who sweeps Daria off her feet. His is so nice and plays along with everything, tries to help Daria with her ex's horrible girlfriend, is just a really great guy. They are both attracted to the other, but can if be more than just a holiday fling? Well it can if you add in a touch of Christmas magic!

This story was a lot of fun. Pierre and Daria and the others have a great time just enjoying the season. I loved how they would go out on the snow and make snowmen and snow angels and skiing and everything I love about snow. Snow just makes the Christmas season even better! A fun read, Pierre and Dari were cute together and I really enjoyed the read.

Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

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