Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Review: Christmas With The Houstons by D. Kelly

~Book Info/Synopsis~
 
Jake and April’s long-awaited delivery date is getting closer by the day. After thirteen years together, they are finally going to be parents. This should be the most exciting time of their lives except they are now faced with obstacles they never imagined.

Jake Houston is at his wits end and is taking it out on his wife. Work is a nightmare ever since his brother, Connor, joined the family business. As excited as he is to finally become a father, the stresses of day to day life are really bringing him down. When April drops a bombshell on him and tries to bring her work into their home life, it’s what he’s always dreamed of and his biggest nightmare all at once.

April Houston loves her husband with all her heart and knows he’s struggling. She wants to make things easier for him but oversteps some major boundaries in the process. Can Jake and April’s love conquer her major misstep? Or will this couple realize marriage isn’t all they thought it would be and throw in the towel?

Come celebrate Christmas with your favourite Acceptance Series characters and find out.
 
 
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~My Review~
 
Disclaimer: I received a free ecopy from the author in exchange for nothing more than an honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.
 
Christmas With The Houstons is the end of the Acceptance Series and is the story of April and Jake. If you haven't read the other books in this series you really need to.
 
April and Jake are married and are soon to become parents. As we all know a HEA doesn't happen straight after marriage, and Christmas With The Houstons focuses on that. It shows that marriage has it's own issues and that a marriage needs work and compromises to make it work.
 
After reading everyone else's stories in this series I was glad to finally read April and Jake's story too. These two have grown so much throughout this series, both together and as individuals too.
 
D. Kelly has continued to create an amazing world for her story to unfold in. The way D. Kelly writes sucks the reader deep into the lives of her characters. She allows you to feel the emotions and feel apart of the events.
 
I feel as though this was a fitting end to this series and I'm sad to be saying goodbye to such a great set of characters. I am however looking forward to seeing what D. Kelly creates next.
 
 
~About The Author~


I'm a wife, a mom, and a dog lover. I'm also a taxi, problem fixer, extreme any day better. I’m the author of The Acceptance Series and Chasing Cassidy with more books soon to come.
multi-tasker, and my kids’ biggest fan in anything they do. I’m married to my high school sweetheart... how cool is that? Margaritas and sarcasm make me happy. Chocolate makes that happiness grow exponentially. People who make me laugh are my favorite kind of people. I believe Karma is a bitch who slaps back hard and mean people suck. I'm California born and raised, and I love the beach but hate the sand. And, of course, I believe Starbucks makes
 

 
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