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Blog Tour - Peace and Goodwill


About the book: Belle gets the best Christmas present ever, a man in uniform! Ian is a soldier home on leave. Neither of them have any idea how good it will feel to fall in love or how hard it will be to say good-bye. Anna is spending the holidays alone again with only her faithful dog Angel to keep her company. She can’t afford to pay the rent and her landlord is threatening to kick her out. At least she’s finished with her chemo treatments. She can be thankful for that. Plus, there’s Rhys, the handsome visitor with kind eyes. One fateful, cold and snowy night a chance encounter changes everything. Love is lost. Love is found. Life will never be the same.

Peace & Goodwill, a Christmas novella in The Minstrel Series, grabs the heartstrings and pulls hard.

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My review: I really enjoyed reading this book. I was really intrigued with both of the characters Anna and Belle. They were both really well written and I felt that they both seemed like real people. I really liked the way the book goes back and forth between the two at Christmas time. I loved the element of love story in both of the story lines. This is part of the Minstrel Series, but it's the first book that I personally have read of the series and I had no problem understanding what was happening. The ending was amazing, I have to say it blew my mind. This is a sweet clean romance that doesn't take very long to read. It will leave you longing for more of the story!

Purchase at: Amazon

About Lee Strauss: Lee Strauss writes romantic mixed genres set in the past, present and future for YA and adult readers. She also writes light and fun stuff as Elle Strauss. She divides her time between BC, Canada and Dresden, Germany, and enjoys drinking coffee and eating chocolate in both places. 




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