My Star, My Love: An Eversea Christmas (The Butler Cove Series Book 3) by Natasha Boyd
Review by Johanne Pearl Couturier
When I read the story about Keri Ann and Jack (see the first 2 books – Eversea and Forever Jack), I totally fell in love with this improbable couple. Everything (including the horizontal scenes…) was soooo intense! True love at its best! But at the end of book two… I could not believe I was going to have to separate from them because I had some kind of a feeling that they were my friends now…
And then I saw this short story about them going to England to Jack’s mom’s cottage and, even though I am not too “Christmassy”, this story was absolutely beautiful! I loved Jack’s mom and she’s the mom everyone would love to have… particularly because she knows her son and is of excellent counsel to the lovely Keri Ann who is still so mixed up about this new unconventional relationship.
It is a heart warming story that got tears to my eyes. And you know what the weirdest part of it is? I read it FAR from Christmas time and still felt that it was a perfect read, whatever the season you are in, because Natasha Boyd tells us the story in a way that brings you to be there with them, in lovely lovely England… If you know Keri Ann and Jack, this is a MUST read!
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I loved Keri Ann and Jack too! I read this novella when it was part of the book Mistletoe & Hollywood.
I still need to read this. I definitely loved the first two! 😀
Lol. I read the title of this post as you calling your sister, “My star, my love”.
I thought you two have a close bond.
I really need to start this series.
Lol Bev! We do have a very close bond! I remember feeding her with the little spoon when she was a baby and feeling like she was a living doll! She is still as beautiful and I am so proud of her. In many ways, she is my star and my love!
I loved both of the Eversea books – I’m not much of a Christmas novel reader either, but I do want to read this.
Thank you so much for the lovely review, Johanne ( and Maryse)!