Josette Reuel spent many years in the corporate world writing stuffy computer software manuals, until one day a shape-shifting dragon kidnapped her and dragged her off to be his destined mate... as the words flowed on to the page, she realized that it was time to fulfill her lifelong dream of becoming a published author.
An avid reader from her earliest memories, Josette enjoys many genres; however her current passion is anything Romance. Her love of Fantasy and the Paranormal tends to come out in all of her writing with strong alpha heroes, each with a little something extra.
Finding the Dragon — the first book in the Dásreach Council Novels — was her debut novel. The future promises to be full of more great releases.
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A Spellbinding Christmas Scott's Kinfolk Saga Novella 1
on Nov. 07, 2014
Chelsea O'Neal is a dear friend and fellow writer in the Triple Threat Romance collective. Today marks her third release, "A Spellbinding Christmas," and I was lucky enough to read an early copy of the novella.
"A Spellbinding Christmas" is the first in a new series, Scott's Kinfolk Saga. Member's of the Scott family have received special gifts for generations. These gifts allow them to find and help those that need them. Trinity Falough is the youngest of the Scott family line and has been in love with Travis Young since she was eight years old. Unfortunately, he never noticed her... until she returns after being away from town for ten years to spend Christmas with her Gran.
To be honest I'm not a huge fan of novellas - I like to get my teeth in a story and novellas end way too quickly. They lack the character development of a full-length book in many instances and feel rushed more often than not in order to get the story from point A to point B. "A Spellbinding Christmas" left me wanting more because of the "novella" issues, but also because it was a story that caught my interest. I enjoyed the story and feel that it was well written, if not just a bit too clean and wrapped to neatly. This is what happens with a novella because there is just not enough time to really deal with the "angst" of a story that I love so much.
That being said, "A Spellbinding Christmas" is a sweet Christmas story about coming home, letting go, and finding love.
Removing my personal preferences, I give this story 5-stars. My personal preferences make it a 4-star read for me.