Friday, November 17, 2017

Book Review - The Inn at Blue Hollow Falls


Stevie Franklin is ready to go all-out Grinch on Christmas this year, but a snowy trip to the Blue Ridge Mountains could provide some unexpected gifts...

Stevie is thrilled to help her best friend Sunny launch her new greenhouse business in Blue Hollow Falls. Not only does it give her a chance to visit the quaint location, but it’s a welcome distraction from Stevie’s recent bad luck with men. Just one catch: since Sunny’s home is under renovation, Stevie must stay at the local inn, whose amenities feature hunky innkeeper, Noah Tyler.

Noah may be as tempting as her grandmother’s famous sweet potato pie, but city-girl Stevie isn’t sticking around—and she doesn’t do flings. Yet when Noah’s chef gets stranded in a Christmas Eve snowstorm, Stevie can’t resist pitching in and serving up some of her family’s favorite recipes. The magic of a Blue Ridge Christmas is already rekindling Stevie’s holiday spirit and making her wonder what else she might be missing out on. Now can Noah restore Stevie’s belief in love?

Includes original down-home holiday recipes!


For a novella I was very impressed with all of the character depth and development in the story.  It is clear from the beginning that Stevie and Noah have a connection and thankfully they don't waste much of the story fighting the attraction, so it made the novella feel like a full story as I was able to see them fall for each other and how great of a pair they made.  This is for anyone looking for a good christmas romance.

MATURITY RATING - 18+ a little steamy


USA Today bestselling author of the brand new Blue Hollow Falls series, Donna Kauffman is gratified to see her books get rave reviews in venues ranging from Kirkus Reviews and Library Journal to Entertainment Weekly and Cosmopolitan. She lives in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains in western Virginia, where she is presently applying her crafty DIY skills to decorating her mountainside abode. When she isn’t busy running her "Jellystone Daycare" for the local baby bears who enjoy climbing all her trees while mama bear forages about, she is transporting injured/orphaned wildlife for the Wildlife Center of Virginia and Rockfish Sanctuary as a volunteer transporter. She loves to hear from readers! You can contact her through her website at