Friday, February 27, 2015

A Viennese Christmas by Lynn Crain

UN interpreter Amanda Kranz is spending the holidays on her own in Vienna, Austria; on a shopping trip she meets Henry Jager another UN worker who is out and about.

Their story is a love at first sight romance and its so sweet and entertaining. Everything is going so well for Amanda and Henry, until pow, Henry's ex-fiancé shows up, wanting to pick up where they left off. That right there was the craziest twist, as I was reading that I was like "lady are your for FN real"; read the book and you too will agree.

The characters were enjoyable; Amanda is a bit shy, has some confidence issues, but when you read her story, you understand how her personality was affected. Henry is like the super nice, boy next door type who for some reason got engaged to a crazy B. I would have reacted the book a little higher except I felt that if it had been a bit longer, with a bit more detail on how they both deal with their families. Overall, the story was still nice and enjoyable, it's a short read, about an hour long; but still fun.

Rating 3.5 out of 5
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