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Abby’s Christmas Spirit by Erin McCarthy

Overview
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Title: Abby’s Christmas Spirit
Author: Erin McCarthy
Series: Cuttersville #2.75
Rating Out of 5: 5 (I will read this again and again and again)
My Bookshelves: Christmas,ContemporaryRomance
Pace: Slow
Format: Novella, Poem
Publisher: Erin McCarthy
Year: 2011
5th sentence, 74th page: “Psychic visions, or just like a checklist?” Bree asked.

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Synopsis

When Abby Murphy returns home to Cuttersville, it’s to buy back her grandmother’s house that was sold… and to meet the man she is convinced is destined to be her future husband. Being a psychic gives her that crystal ball advantage and she’s seen the face of the man she’s going to marry since she was seventeen. In the years since her first vision, she has spent many a night inserting herself into his dreams in some very sexy ways. So imagine her surprise when she discovers that her destiny lies with the man she can’t stand, the man who bought her grandmother’s house, the skeptic ghost hunter, Darius Damiano.

But sometimes reality can be even better than dreams…

Thoughts

This didn’t quite go as I had expected. Where the previous two Cuttersville novellas and Murphy sisters featured a kind of slow seduction, Abby was incredibly gun-ho. She also got twisted up and confused far more than either of her sisters, and it ultimately took a lot more to get to her happy ending.

Like the other novellas I have read so far (the novels in the Cuttersville series have only just arrived on my doorstep), this story left me with a happy, contented smile on my face. It was simple, it was cute and it didn’t involve a lot of in depth thinking. The slight snags along the way weren’t completely unexpected, and they weren’t so intense that you didn’t think you’d eventually get your happy ending anyway. I honestly just love the simplicity of stories like this, and I can’t wait to go back to the beginning of the series and sink my teeth into A Date with the Other Side.

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