Friday, December 1, 2017

Pat's Review: "A Kavanagh Christmas"

A Kavanagh Christmas by Sarah Robinson
Publisher: Sarah Robinson (November 7, 2017)
Series: Kavanagh Legends, 5
Genre: Contemporary Romance

The heartfelt holiday conclusion to the Kavanagh Legends family saga revisits all the couples that readers have fallen in love with throughout the series. An angsty and loving Christmas novella, it’s the perfect goodbye to these Irish MMA fighters and a glimpse into what the future holds for them.

With the Christmas season fast approaching, the entire Kavanagh family is feeling anything but the holiday spirit. Commitments are questioned, relationships are tense, and bickering is nonstop.

However, when a crisis strikes and the family realizes that they might lose one of their own, they’ll come together to remember the reason for the season is first, and foremost, love and family

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Pat's Review:

This holiday novella, the end of this series, was not what I expected. It’s not a sweet Christmas-makes-everything-perfect kind of story. It’s a reminder that family means everything at Christmas and every day.

Legends is a popular gym owned and run by various members of the Kavanagh family. Dee and Seamus raised their children in a typical crazy Irish Catholic household where no matter what, everyone is home for Sunday dinner, no cussing and Ma (Dee) is involved in everyone’s lives. There are a lot of things going on this Christmas, concern for Seamus’s health after a recent heart attack, babies (not telling who!), new love, and heartbreaking news that will effect the whole family. I have read all the Legends books and enjoyed every one. Sorry to see this series end.

If you haven’t read the early books, this novella would totally confuse you, so I would recommend you starting from the beginning. Well worth it.

3 1/2 STARS! 

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Pat received an e-ARC of this book from the publisher, via NetGalley.

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Thanks for the review, Pat! 

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