April Reviews 2018

Jamison by Chris Keniston

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Jamison is the next book in the Farraday series by Chris Keniston.  The series focuses on a family who all live near each other in Texas and always seem to have luck finding love after finding a stray dog.  I love how the family sticks together, helping each other out!


Jamison Farraday is finally able to open the Irish pub he has been dreaming about and planning for.  He has found the property, made the necessary business partners and decisions, only to have it all fall apart at the last minute.  Luckily, despite Jamison not wanting his family’s help, they help him recover his dream without any other partners. A few issues show up.   He has managed to buy the building - that is full of stuff. He has managed to make friends with the local cafe owner, Abbie and her cook - only to be present when he was badly hurt.  So Jamison offers to help cook for Abbie while his pub is being built. This is just the prelude to Jamison’s world changing and leaving him flipping burgers and planning a cook off and rallying hometown support.


Jamison and Abbie - oh yea…. Sigh.   And yes - there is the ghost dogs that still are key elements. There is the family farm and Aunt Eileen who manages everything with a deft hand.  What a nice romance and a heartwarming story of a town helping their own and standing up for what is right. Jamison is the tenth book in the series called Farraday Country. Chris Keniston writes a interesting story full of families and love.  Jamison and Abbie are great together. Jamison by Chris Keniston is a good read.


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26.03 | 16:01

At first I thought it said spa season. Either way it is a sign of rejuvenation! On a Kristin Hannah kick, loved Winter Garden. Happy reading!

19.03 | 14:10

Cities are fun but exhausting. Like you the quiet is needed.

30.08 | 21:25

Have loved reading every one of Lisa Scottoline's books. Can't wait for the next one to arrive on bookshelves. Thanks for sharing your remarkable talent!

28.08 | 06:12

August snow days! What a fantastic idea! I've been reading Martin Walker's Bruno series set in rural France full or recipes. Yum

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