[Reading] ➶ Christmas Inn Maine By Chelsea M. Cameron – Justinfoline.us

Christmas Inn MaineAll Colden Hayes Wanted Was To Spend Christmas By Herself In A Cottage By The Sea Where The Cheer Of The Holiday Season Couldn T Reach Her Everything Was Going According To Plan Until The Cottage She Rented Turned Out Not To Exist And She Ends Up Snowed In At A Charming Inn That Happens To Be Owned By The Family Of Her Most Hated Coworker, Laura Sterling Talk About Bad LuckColden Ends Up Saying Yes To Laura S Mother When She Insists On Giving Her A Room It S Only For A Night, But She Somehow Finds Herself Agreeing To Spend Christmas With The Sterlings As Well She Blamed The Festive Atmosphere That She Couldn T Seem To Escape Maybe There S Something In The Mistletoe Against Her Will, Colden Finds Herself Being Sucked Into The Comfort And Joy Of The Season, Even Though She Can T Seem To Escape Laura, Who Is Literally Everywhere Colden Is, Like She S Doing It On Purpose Things Get Even Worse When They Re Forced To Share A Bed When There S A Fire At A Local Farm And The Inn Offers All The Available Rooms To The Family Colden Finally Realizes There S A Thin Line Between Annoyance And Attraction, And She And Laura Definitely Crossed It She S Also Pretty Sure That Laura S Mother Is Shipping Them Hard And So Is The Rest Of Her Family, Right Down To Her Great Grandmother Whose Main Companion Is A Two Hundred Pound Pig Named MinnieWill The Magic Of The Holiday Season Melt Colden S Heart Or Will She Go Back To Boston Alone, With Only The Memories To Keep Her Warm

    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➶ Christmas Inn Maine By Chelsea M. Cameron – Justinfoline.us

  1. says:

    Gender feels, a pig, and plenty of snacks What s not to love I actually really enjoyed this, but at the same time, I didn t love it as much as I hoped I would I just feel like the plot could have done with a little direction I also found a few inconsistencies in the text that took me out of the story a little.Rep non binary demigirl MC, lesbian love interest, queer side character, trans side character, autistic side characterCWs past death of a parent, grief, sex

  2. says:

    Fantastic What happens when your holiday plans go south and you end up with a co worker you hate There is a fine line between love and hate and the question is, will they cross this line I loved how the main characters grow to be themselves and it was great watching them discover new characteristics of each other Another thing that I really appreciated in this story, was reading about other gender identities than the ones you usually read in romance, namely a non binary character Christmas Inn Maine was a pleasant surprise It has a very enjoyable storyline and with a supporting cast as intriguing as Colden and Laura I highly recommend it.

  3. says:

    3.5 5Holy moly this was soooooooo Christmassy Like overwhelmingly so Utterly incomprehensible amounts of cookies were consumed There was sledding, wreath making, present buying, Christmas carols played on the piano, Christmas charades, a Christmas pajama fashion show, decorating the afore mentioned cookies thank god for the occasional charcuterie plate the main characters shared between bouts of sex.All this with a main character who had intended to spend two weeks of holiday alone in an inn reading, drinking hot chocolate, and gazing out at snow To be honest, a big part of me wished I was reading THAT instead Especially because I read Colden as neurodivergent and related to them strongly, and the sheer amount of peopling they had to do at the Sterling Inn was incredibly uncomfortable to me It made sense that it wasn t actually good for Colden to be so withdrawn and holding back from loving relationships, but this felt like waaaay in the opposite extreme.The banter between the characters was great though And I did keep reading while grumping about it endlessly to my roommate, so I think something about it did work for me in the end XD

  4. says:

    rep non binary demigirl mc, lesbian li

  5. says:

    Sweet Christmas romance This was a great Christmas read Colden was the equivalent of the Grinch, wanting to spend her Christmas alone in a cabin in Maine But when the cabin she was promised is nowhere to be found she stumbles upon an inn She decides to stay there for the night while she thinks over what to do about her no cabin situation But suddenly she discovers the inn is run by her work nemesis family Laura and Colden don t really get along but as Colden becomes stuck at the inn for the duration of Christmas she they decide to make the most of it A sudden friendship blooms between she and Laura Soon enough sparks fly, love follows and a HEA The story was really sweet with steamy love scenes The Sterlings were a great family to want to spend Christmas with I enjoyed these characters so much I hope Chelsea creates another book with one of these cool characters maybe Michelle finding their own HEA.

  6. says:

    3.5 Christmas stars Another fun fluff fest from Chelsea M Cameron I planned to read a bunch of fluffy Christmas romances this year and sadly didn t have enough time, but I did manage to squeeze this one in and I m so happy it is I feel like Chelsea is the perfect holiday writer since their books are always fluffy, low conflict and fun, and this one had the cosiest vibes It s also the first fiction book I ve read with a non binary MC unless something is slipping my mind and I enjoyed it immensely Would definitely recommend if you re up for a little last minute holiday joy to tide you over till next year.

  7. says:

    this was filled with every cliche that i love and was just really fun to read had never read anything from this author before but definitely gonna read from her in the next year great representation and an amazing read for the holidays.the ending was a bit rushed, and the MC annoyed me sometimes, but those are the only reasons this isn t a 5 stars everything else perfection, and just what i needed this time of year

  8. says:

    This is a nice cozy holiday tale with a cute couple, a little bit of angst, an interesting cast of secondary characters and of course Minnie the not so miniature pig.

  9. says:

    Not just the sweet holiday romance I was expecting.Kudos to Cameron for penning a cute, fun, but thought provoking romance with diverse queer rep.Definitely my favourite Cameron book so far.

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