Review of SLEIGH BELLS RING: Four Romance Contemporary Novellas by Sandra D. Bricker, Barbara J. Scott, Lynette Sowell, and Lenora Worth

Publisher: Gilead Publishing | Published: October 14, 2016 Formats: eBook and Paperback (266 pages) | ASIN: B01IJVQ8HK and ISBN: 9781683700074 | Origin: NetGalley 

 

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Thoughts:

SLEIGH BELLS RING: Four Romance Contemporary Novellas by Sandra D. Bricker, Barbara J. Scott, Lynette Sowell, and Lenora Worth examines parental and sisterhood bonds to uncover more than the Tucker sisters ever expect.

The four siblings are scattered across the country as their lives move in different directions away from where they grew up. With their estranged father now deceased, these ladies inherit his horse farm. It was a place of fun, pain, angst, and tears and going back will not be easy. Old wounds will open and may heal. The fun times can resurface bringing life to a lifetime of memories and some sadness too, but this Christmas holiday will give them many new memories to share.

Some good? Some bad?

Readers, bring some tissues while you learn how an inheritance can strengthen these shared bonds and romance may blossom from the ashes!

***This opinion is my own.*** 

Preview:

SLEIGH BELLS RING: Four Romance Contemporary Novellas by Sandra D. Bricker, Barbara J. Scott, Lynette Sowell, and Lenora Worth is about romance and memories.

With their life stories vast and different, the four Tucker girls inherit their childhood horse farm. When their mother died, one was young and still living at home. From then on, all they had left was an estranged father.

Meanwhile, in Tuck’s later years, he found faith and passed onto his daughters the only thing he believed that he could. He wished his life had been different with them and even for them, but he was at peace before his passing. Tuck forever leaves them the best of him. Did he find a way to bring his girls’ home, again? For Christmas?