There’s a whole lot to like here. First off, every cover for each book of the Series is absolutely adorable, and fun, and perfect (look down for a pic or, better yet, on Linda’s Amazon page if you don’t believe me). Every story of the series is fun and, above all, normal–which mean highly relatable. I don’t know you, but every now and then I need normal. Specifically about the last book in the series, the reason we’re here, I do understand the struggle of not having enough time for everything, and the need to set priorities.
The last book in the series is Perfectly Christmas (Perfectly Book 5) by Linda O’Connor, a romantic contemporary.
On the first day of Christmas, his true love said to him, “Sorry, I have to work.”
That’s the life of a surgeon, and Dr. Madison Hayes wouldn’t have it any other way.
Dr. Quinn Malone has another priority. In the countdown to Christmas, he needs to convince his old flame that there’s more to life – and love – than the job itself.
This time, his heart is in it for the long haul. Really.
Romantic and . . . complicated – it’s Perfectly Christmas!
Buy link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MYW5T7X
Chatting with the Author
Award-winning author Linda O’Connor started writing romantic comedies when she needed a creative outlet other than subtly rearranging the displays at a local home décor store. Her books have enjoyed bestseller status. When not writing, she’s a physician at an Urgent Care Clinic. She shares her medical knowledge in fast-paced, well-written, sexy romances – with an unexpected twist. Her favourite prescription to write? Laugh every day. Love every minute.
Linda is here with me to talk about her Christmas Family Traditions.
I love our family Christmas traditions! For me, the best part of the Christmas holidays involves the things we do together as a family. Every year we go out and cut down a real Christmas tree. We used to make a trip to a tree farm and take a wagon ride out to the orchard. We would cut the tree down and haul it back to the car – and enjoy a cup of hot chocolate. Now that the kids are older, we still set up a real tree, but we wait until everyone’s home for the holidays to decorate it. On Christmas eve, after church, we have a special fish dinner and then watch the Grinch video together. Afterward if the weather cooperates and it’s not a snowy blizzard, we’ll take a walk or a car ride to see the neighbourhood Christmas lights. On Christmas morning, we open gifts and sit down to breakfast – usually an overnight blueberry French toast. We spend all of Christmas day in our pajamas for a little downtime, and we feast on a turkey dinner with all the fixings. To me, every Christmas is the best when the whole family celebrates together.
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Amazon Author Page: http://www.amazon.com/Linda-OConnor/e/B00S7CNLEA