Finn Knightly a.k.a. Finn Conrad wants to know why his recently deceased father left his nurse fifty thousand dollars after knowing her a mere six weeks. So he travels to Bramble House B&B in Marietta, Montana to find answers.
But Willa Knightly is not the conniving woman he expects to find. Before he knows it, Willa-and her six-year-old son Scout-are stealing his heart. And that’s before he finds out Scout’s secret and the real reason this Christmas is so important.
Nothing is better at getting us into the holiday spirit than all of the mushy-gushy, Christmas Hallmark movies and romance books, and, if you are a reader wanting to get into the holiday cheer, then A Bramble House Christmas is certainly going to get the job done!
Just like any holiday book, this one gives off many warm and fuzzies as we spend Christmas with Willa, Scout, Finn and all of the Bramble family, working to uncover family mysteries, attending Christmas parades, and falling in love with the spirit of Christmas all over again.
The romance is clean, and though there is some language, it is very entertaining and well-worth the read. The mystery is enticing and keeps the book progressing at a decent pace that’s not too slow nor too fast. The characters are easy to get attached to and the readers will find themselves rooting for them to achieve their goals!
All in all, I give A Bramble House Christmas 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it as an excellent way to spread the Christmas cheer!