|Nutcracker Christmas by Jennifer AlLee|
Nutcracker Christmas by Jennifer AlLee
Reviewed by Carrie Fancett Pagels
Inspired by Jennifer's Grandparents!
Isabella Brandt finally gets her chance to dance as principle ballerina, Clara, in The Nutcracker ballet. The war has been over for a year and her fiancé presumed dead. Isabella is moving on with her life. Or is she? A handsome Hungarian violinist, Victor, makes her believe she can find love again. The two quickly "click" as soul mates. He's a thoughtful, intuitive man, especially where Isabella is concerned. When a startling event occurs, he is there steadfast as Isabella must make decisions about her future--a future that has changed. Heart warming with lovely characters and a compelling storyline. Highly recommend!
Don't miss out on the Author's Notes at the end of the novella! So sweet! Jennifer's real life grandmother was a ballerina and married a Hungarian violinist! Jennifer also has notes about the real Nutcracker ballet in San Francisco.
This novella is the sixth in the Christmas Traditions series. This is a quick read--you can get through it in an evening or afternoon and has a lovely happy-ever-after ending. If you love Christian historical romance you will enjoy this novella and the others in the series.
GIVEAWAY: We're giving away an ebook copy of Jennifer's Nutcracker Christmas to one of our commenters. Question: Do you go to see The Nutcracker performed by ballet at Christmas?