#25 - Alaskan Holiday (2/2019)

Alaskan Holiday
By Debbie Macomber

Published:  15th November 2018
Genre: romance, holiday, Christmas
Edition:  paperback
Source: Bought
Pages: 237
My rating: 4/5 
Goodreads rating: 3.62/5
Read: 2019

This book is written in two voices: Hers and His. We can see all the action happening in two different perspectives which can give a different dynamic to the story the author wants to tell.
Josie is a girl with a temporary job in a small town in Alaska that during winter months is impossible to give you a normal life. While she is there working, she gets to know the village people and making a few friends. One day she gets a job in a restaurant with a Michelin star chef that makes her move to Seatle, her hometown. But when that happens she is not sure that is the best for her. She started developing feelings for Palmer and so does he. However, she knows she has to give it a shot but at the same time she wants to follow her heart!
The book is light reading, good enough for a good time away from everyday stress. The characters are ok for the genre. It's not a Nobel prize kind of book but good enough for keeping us wanting to know what is going to happen.
Recommend if you are in between heavy readings.

All the best!

The Book Worm


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