Rebecca Moesta

A Christmas to Remember [Rebecca Moesta]

She can’t remember who she is,
but she likes who she’s become when she’s with him…

Jennifer needs a break. The perfectionist TV star heads to a mountain retreat for a restful, relaxing holiday. But when she gets caught in a blizzard and crashes her car, Jennifer is left with more than a wreck; she’s left with amnesia.

John, a small-town veterinarian and single dad, finds the confused Jennifer wandering on the road. He’s used to taking care of others; he’s built for this. When he takes her in, he and his children give her more than shelter…they try to help her figure out who she is.

As Jennifer and John make new memories, their connection to one another grows. But how can they even think about romance when they don’t know her true identity?

My thoughts on the novel: A Christmas to Remember is a sweet Hallmark romance set around the most wonderful time of the year. I had such a lovely time reading it that it took me just a couple of days to reach the epilogue.

Jennifer, a successful New York TV host, suffers from memory loss after a car accident. With the help of John, an attractive vet/father/widower, she’ll try to remember who she really is. In her identity quest, she might not only retrieve a sense of self, but most importantly a real sense of belonging while immersing herself in the smalltown way of life of North Creek, Colorado, a far cry from her hectic life back in the big Apple.

With a cast of endearing characters, this book conveys a sense of what makes Christmas such a warm and festive family celebration. It is a treat even in summertime. John’s background story is moving and heartwarming. You can but root for his budding romance with Jennifer.

This novel is a lovely, touching story about love, family and true happiness. The way Jennifer turns her life around conveys a beautiful message of hope for any romantic soul!

A recommended read!

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