Celebrate the magic of Christmas in Haven Point with New York Times best-selling author RaeAnne Thayne, where hope, home and happily ever after are as close as your holiday stocking.
Christmas is the last thing on Cole Barrett's mind this year. He's barely hanging on trying to care for his two grieving children since his ex-wife died in a tragic accident. For the reclusive Cole, this is no time for gift giving and celebration - and certainly not for a sunny-natured optimist to blow into his screwed-up life.
Physician Devin Shaw has long researched the curative powers of Lake Haven's mineral waters. Unfortunately the hot springs are on Barrett property, forcing Devin to strike a bargain with the ranch's attractively gruff owner: She'll give Cole's children a magical Christmas, and Cole will allow her patients access to the springs. But can she work her holiday magic to heal the Barrett family's battered hearts - and her own?
- Janet Josly
Would you try another book from RaeAnne Thayne and/or Celeste Ciulla?
Yes I love the author. But I have to remember to not purchase books with this narrator. She is s truly awful. Worse than nails on a chalkboard feeling. Ugh..
What did you like best about this story?
This author has is fun.
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Celeste Ciulla?
Was Evergreen Springs worth the listening time?
If you can get past the narrator.
Any additional comments?
I wonder how f audible listens to their narrators?
- Audra SJ
An Easy Read
"Evergreen Springs: Haven Point series" by RaeAnne Thayne
my Audible..audiobook that I have had since Sept 2016
I am quite sure I had read this story before... probably the print edition...
Good story.. a contemporary romance that twists your heart til your eyes spring a leak. And then, turns around and makes you laugh.
I gave the story 5-stars the performance 4-stars because....
I didn't like one of the voices (it just didn't sound like MY imagination thought it should)....
and I can be ornery sometimes..
- Mary Sullivan
families are made in many ways
Fun story that really demonstrates how families are ever changing and enforces forgiveness and especially forgiveness of one's self.