#Review Hold Her Again by Shannon Stacey

Happy Book Birthday to Hold Her Again by Shannon Stacey, a sweet second chance Hoilday romance. Check out my review and grab your copy today!

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A country-music star returns home to win back the woman he loves in this charming holiday novella from New York Times bestselling author Shannon Stacey

Ava Wright isn't happy to see her high school sweetheart rolling into their hometown a few weeks before Christmas. He's only come back to bury his estranged father, but there's no way she'll be able to avoid him. No one can: he's become a country-music superstar since going solo and leaving Ava behind. 

Jace Morrow grew up believing "money can't buy happiness" was something people said to make themselves feel better. But now he knows it's the truth: no matter how many number-one hits he has, he'll never recapture the magic of singing with Ava. Missing her—loving her—and living with making the wrong choice in life were what made him who he is. 

When Jace is roped into being part of the town's annual Christmas party, he only cares about earning Ava's forgiveness. And though Ava's heart has never healed, she loved Jace too much and for too long to shut him out when he's hurting. As they fall in love all over again, they're both faced with choices for their future…and this time Jace intends to make the right one.

Thank you to Netgalley and Carina Press for an e arc in exchange for an honest review.

Hold Her Again is a sweet second chance, hoilday novella perfect for this time of year. 

Ava was heartbroken when Jace made the choice of picking becoming a huge country singer over her, a choice that left her devastated.  Flash forward many years and Jace, now a successful country singer is returning to their small home town to bury his estranged father but all he can think about is getting a glimpse of the girl he left behind all those years ago. Can Jace make the right decision this time? Only time will tell and maybe a little Hoilday magic thrown in.

I really enjoyed the story of a second chance romance, it gave me all the feels and the country music vibe added for a great story. The story is told in duel POV and I engaged and saw both sides of the coin. You can tell that both these characters truly love each other and can move forward if only they can forgave and learn from past mistakes.

Overall Hold Her Again was a quick sweet, light romance, with just a little angst thrown in. A perfect Hoilday read curled up with a blanket and hot chocolate. 3.75 stars to Hold Her Again

What are your thoughts on Hold Her Again? Will you be picking it up this Hoilday season?

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