Blog Tour and Review: Christmas in Eternity Springs by Emily March

“March’s return to Eternity Springs exudes warmth, love and courage – all the elements of a cozy Christmas romance.”
RT Book Reviews

“Emotionally gratifying… March successfully spins an inspiring love story with plenty of faith and optimism.”
Publisher’s Weekly on Reunion Pass

“A soul-searing story that chills the heart of every parent yet brings healing and hope along with an angelic touch and a dash of Christmas cheer to the latest in March’s magical series.”
Library Journal on Heartsong Cottage

After a devastating betrayal, Claire Branham packs up the pieces of her life, along with a twenty-million-dollar secret, and moves to Eternity Springs. She opens a specialty shop—Forever Christmas—and, with the help of a surprise romance with the town’s sexy new handyman, Claire’s heart begins to heal. Until her past comes knocking…

Jax Lancaster never questioned the need to abandon his career as a Navy submariner in order to care for his young son in the wake of his ex-wife’s death. Desperate to help with this loss, Jax straps on a tool belt to give Nicholas the one thing he wants: A life in Eternity Springs. What Jax never expected to find was a second chance at love with a fascinating woman for whom Christmas has become a business. But when the truth about Claire threatens their newfound happiness, can Jax prove to her that in Eternity Springs, the spirit of Christmas is real. . .and will last a lifetime?

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**** 4 Star Review ****

This is only my second book of Emily March's and I am proud to say I am a fan. Emily has a way of telling a romance story that doesn't bore and make me gag. I know that sounds a little mean. I am not a fan of light and fluffy. Although the books I have read have light tones, they have some heavy ones too that balance her stories out.

This is the most unique Christmas story. Well, at least in my opinion. I was smiling and fighting tears throughout this book. Sometimes happily ever after books do thaw my frozen heart, at least soften it some. This is definitely one of those books.