Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Review: Christmas Reflections - Joanne Jaytanie




For those who have grown in small towns or small communities, you dream of escaping one day and moving to the big city and getting out of the town as you don't want to be stuck in the same place forever, the thought of it is daunting. For Juliet Swanson, she grew up in the small town and then went off to college and moved to the City where she got a job working for a big firm. What Juliet then discovered was that she wasn't keen on the bustle and hustle of the city and moved back home to Glenville. In Glenville, there is the Christmas Tree Farm that has been opened every year and fulfills everyone's Christmas tree desires. The farm is now up for sale, and the township wants the farm to stay in the hands of someone locally rather than sell to an outsider. Juliet can't afford the farm on her own, but she has an idea for her and her two friends. If they pool their money and resources together, they can purchase the farm and with the buildings finally open their businesses.  From glass-making and artistry to baking to event planning, there is something for everyone in Glenville.  The whole town would like to see Juliet succeed until Colton Weatherly arrives with a proposal as the firm he works for wants to buy out the buildings of Glenville, change the name and turn it into a tourist attraction.  Can Juliet not only save the town of Glenville from being bulldozed but what will happen when she starts to develop romantic feelings towards the enemy? 
Can Christmas be saved for Glenville or will this be the last Christmas celebrating the Christmas Tree Farm in Christmas Reflections by Joanne Jaytanie.



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