"The Trouble with Christmas" by Amy Andrews is a charming, heartwarming, and romantic novel that will leave you feeling all warm and fuzzy inside.
One of the things I loved most about this book is the way Andrews has captured the essence of the holiday season. The small-town setting, the Christmas lights, the gingerbread houses, and the festive atmosphere all serve to create a warm and inviting atmosphere that is both comforting and nostalgic. Andrews has also done an excellent job of depicting the complexity of family dynamics and the impact that past events can have on our present and future.
The characters in this book are well-developed and relatable. Suzy and Jack are both complex and flawed, but they are also likable and easy to root for. Andrews has done an excellent job of depicting the struggles and challenges that they both face, and the way they overcome these obstacles is both inspiring and empowering.
Overall, The Trouble with Christmas is a delightful and heartwarming novel that is perfect for the holiday season. It is a story about love, family, and the power of forgiveness. If you're looking for a feel-good novel to help you escape the stresses of the holiday season, then this is the book for you. I highly recommend it and giving it 4 out of 5 stars.