Sunday, November 22, 2015

Review of One Christmas Wish by Sarah Richardson

Brief Summary:

It is the most wonderful time of the year, Christmas! However, christmas is one of many things that Julia Noble is celebrating this year. Her brother is marrying his best friend and love of his life and she will be heading on to the next stage of her life after the wedding. She hopes that once she is out of reach of her over protecting brother and her mother trying to marry her off she will be able to start living her life.  That is until her high school crush Isaac Nash rolls back in to town. Will she be able to stay friends with him or will all her feelings come rushing back?

Isaac Nash is back home to attend the wedding of his best friend Ben. One person he did not think that he would run into was Ben's little sister Julia. However, Julia is not little anymore. She is drop dead gorgeous woman. Isaac is not determined now to not only grab her attention well he is here but also her heart. But will he be able to get over the fact that the accident that happened so long ago he might have indirectly part of? Can he convince her that she will not be a nuisance to him but rather a gift?

My Review:

I received this book from Netgally and the publisher in exchange for an honest, unbiased review. This is the second book that I have read of Sarah Richardson's and so far this is my favorite book. Sarah does a great job of developing the characters and making them very realistic. She was able to also do a great job of setting the scene as well. I really felt that I knew the characters back story and understood their actions.

In addition, what really connected me to this book over the other one was how deep she went with Julia's story. She did a great job of describing how a person who has to be confined to a wheel chair feels.

Lastly, my favorite part of this book was how she showed how their romance developed from when they were little kids to adults. She showed how it started out as friendship and developed into something more.

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