24 November 2016

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Release with Review:: A Cranberry Inn Christmas by Beth Ehemann




A Cranberry Inn Christmas
by Beth Ehemann




Christmas at the Murphy household has always been a big deal, but with her daughters getting older, Kacie Murphy is feeling a bit sentimental, so she decides to give her family the perfect Christmas.

Plans of cookie baking, sleigh ride taking, and snowman making are quickly put in jeopardy when Kacie receives devastating news—her mom has sold the beloved Cranberry Inn. 

Not one to let his wife stay sad for long, hockey hunk and husband extraordinaire, Brody Murphy, hatches the ultimate surprise to save Kacie’s perfect Christmas.

When fate and the weather threaten his plans once again, Brody, Viper and Andy might just have to phone in a favor to Santa himself to save Christmas at the Cranberry Inn. 

*This low-angst, heartwarming novella of family and Christmas is the final farewell of the Cranberry Inn gang that readers have grown to love over the years.



AHHH what can I say about Brody that we already dont know?!?! This last book in this beautiful series made my heart ache knowing that this was it. The last that Beth would have us listen to Viper's crazy ideas, the last we will hear 'my twinkies' from Brody about Kacey's twins. But you know what? She ROCKED it. She left us in a nice cozy womb of happiness. 

We are brought a time down the road, the friends have grown to families with kids and busy lives. These friendships are until the end and I loved seeing how the families have continued to stay close. Kacey is bent on having a 'Perfect Christmas', she has turned 30, her twins are reaching middle school status, and she is feeling more emotional than normal this time of year. Brody being the awesome man that he has been since our first meeting does everything in his power to make this Christmas extra special. 

Along with trying his best, comes a few bumps, a few feet of snow, and a few dozen cookies baked but Brody as always doesn't disappoint. Viper and Andy are woven in with lots of funny bromance moments. Beth is so talented, I have loved this series and re read this series and I will forever put this group of people in my heart. Beth brought us those 'jump in puddle' moments. She brought us the 'every pot has a lid' moments. She gave us fountain nakedness, lots of hockey, and love. 

As much as I will miss all the Cranberry Inn family, I am waiting on her next adventure and series! 






Beth Ehemann lives in the northern suburbs of Chicago with her husband and four children. When she's not sitting in front of her computer writing, or on Pinterest, she loves reading, photography, martinis and all things Chicago Cubs. She's represented by Jessica Watterson of the Sandra Dijkstra Literary Agency.

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