Warm up to Christmas early this year with Susan May Warren's Baby, It's Cold Outside! To celebrate the release of her new Christmas book with Summerside Press, she and the publisher are giving away a Kindle Fire and hosting an early Christmas Party on Facebook!
Read what the reviewers are saying here.
One festive winner will receive:
- A brand new Kindle Fire
- Baby, It's Cold Outside by Susan May Warren
But, wait there’s more! Join Susan May Warren on 10/27 for merriment and a few early Christmas presents at her Baby, It's Cold Outside Christmas party! Grab your Christmas sweaters, socks and pj’s and join Susan and a few friends for a fireside chat about her recent books (Heiress & Baby, It’s Cold Outside), holiday traditions, favorite Christmas recipes, a trivia contest and more! Invite your friends and don’t miss the fun!
RSVP here and we'll see you on October 27th at 5 PM PST / 8 PM EST!
And now for my review of Baby, It's Cold Outside:
Dottie Morgan lives alone after losing her only son during the war. It is days before Christmas and she is not looking forward to the day as she feels she has no reason to celebrate. Violet, Dottie's coworker, heads out to Dottie's house on the outskirts of town, as a storm closes in, to ask her for a star to hang on a tree in front of the community center. Violet is followed by a mystery man and they are snowed in along with Dottie's neighbor when the storm turns into a blizzard.
I enjoyed this story set in a small town in 1949 which brought a touch of nostalgia to this cozy Christmas story. It reminded me of how we always have something to celebrate at Christmas-time no matter how bleak our lives look. We always have Jesus to turn to and be thankful for.
This story is also about loss, forgiveness, and love as shown through the interactions between the characters, two of which have known each other for most of their lives. The story was heart touching and finished with a happy ending which showed me it's never too late to change your life or do what is right.
I received a free copy of this book from LitFuse and have shared my honest opinion.