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As a teenager Juliet Swanson couldn't wait to get out of her home town of Glenville, WA and move to the big city. She moved to California to attend college, and then went to work for a large corporation. It didn't take her long to realize that clawing her way up the ladder at others expense wasn't the life she wanted. She moved back to her home town, fell in love with the 'family feel' of living there and has a close knit group of girlfriends she shares everything with. Now if she could only find a way to make her dream career a reality she would have it all, except for Mr. Right.
Colton Weatherly is a city guy who eats and breaths his career as a project manager for a acquisitions corporation. He is assigned to acquire the Glenville Ski Resort, along with the Schwartz Christmas Tree Farm. By his estimation it will be an easy close, and he plans to wrap it up in one short weekend. What he didn't plan on was butting heads with Juliet, who is not the average 'local girl.'
Reflecting on one's life can sometimes lead to discovering a path you never knew existed.
Story one in the best-selling Christmas romance series, Christmas Forever.
The western Washington town of Glenville is threatened with the possible loss of their 100 year old Christmas tree farm to an outside corporation. Four friends join together to keep the tradition alive and create new opportunities with the rebirth of the Forever Christmas tree farm.
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What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
Has Christmas Reflections turned you off from other books in this genre?
Not the story, but the narrator completely ruins it.
What didn’t you like about Christy Williamson’s performance?
Where do I begin...mispronounciations (calvary for cavalry for example), terrible inflections, she emphasizes in odd places, virtually monotone, except for strangely placed pitch changes. No change in voice between characters. The worst narration I've ever heard on audible, hands down.
Any additional comments?
Did I mention the TERRIBLE NARRATOR!?