The Christmas Pawdcast Audible Audiobook – Original recording
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Audible Audiobook, Original recording
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Celebrate the season with this paws-itively heartwarming novella by New York Times best-selling author Emily March - available in audio first!
Mary Landry and her pregnant rescue dog are on their way home for Christmas when the unthinkable happens: Her car breaks down along a deserted stretch of mountain highway in the middle of a blizzard. Facing dire conditions, Mary seeks shelter from a lone cabin in the distance whose warm light beckons her like a Christmas star.
Nick Carstairs has one wish this season - to ride out his least favorite time of the year in peace while working on the latest episode of his hit True Crime podcast. The sexy-voiced podcaster didn’t plan to host a stranger and her pregnant dog, but he’s happy to help a traveler in need…it’s an extra perk that she’s gorgeous. Now if she would just stop trying to change his mind about Christmas.
As they spend time warming up by the fire - and an unexpected attraction roars to life - will Mary help Nick discover the wonder of the season after all?
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|Listening Length||2 hours and 33 minutes|
|Narrator||Andi Arndt, Jason Clarke|
|Audible.com Release Date||December 02, 2021|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #146,078 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#11,235 in Contemporary Romance (Audible Books & Originals)
#12,963 in Holiday Romance (Books)
#80,711 in Contemporary Romance (Books)
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It was really cool to have two narrators, one for the heroine, Mary, and one for the hero, Nick. It’s the first time I’ve read/listened to a story about a hero who is prematurely gray. Since this is a Christmas holiday story, it was great that a hunky Santa look-a-like owned and rocked his natural look sans belly.
Of course, the story uses the well-known trope of being stranded in a stranger’s home, and as they get to know each other, they fall in love. What I found amazing is the personality and realness the author imbued her story with. When a guy is delicious looking and a hunky treat for the eyes, it’s natural for the heroine to lust after him. These days, stories tend to follow through with the instant attraction and the character driven plot turns into a vehicle for sheet action. I’m thrilled that this is not that kind of book and Mary, though acknowledges Nick’s blatant masculinity and how much she’s drawn to him, the author had Mary and Nick stay on track. This is foremost a romance. A story of two strangers accidentally coming together and, by being forced by a blizzard to stay together, have to communicate, share and compromise. She’s a great cook, an avid Christmas holiday fan, and is committed to finding orphaned/abandoned pets their new furever homes. Nick is a divorced dad who dotes on his son, a son who is unfortunately spending the holiday with his mom. The hero is a bit of a Grinch. Not because he despises Christmas, but because he’s lost focus on the simple joys that bring the true Christmas spirit to life. He’s lost, and I’m tickled that his own Elf on a Shelf worked that holiday magic making sure he could get ‘found’. Nick’s holiday recovery is pragmatic, influential, timely and surprisingly fun.
You know, I don’t believe I am using the right words to adequately convey how charmed and delighted I am with this novella. It took a little over 2 hours to listen through the whole thing and The Christmas Pawdcast has everything, and I do mean everything, a romance reader needs to believe that this growing love between Mary and Nick is real, powerful, healthy and has a bright future. There is character accountability, emotional growth and healing as well as forgiveness. This is an absolute gem of a holiday story, packed with feel-good moments, and wishes for a puppy just as personable as Frank *ahem* I mean, Angel.
The pace is perfect and every moment kept me engaged, interested and charmed. The Christmas Pawdcast is, as far as I know, only available in audio format. If romance fans have access to audiobooks, then this is a story not to miss and I highly encourage giving this book a try. This was a splendid listening experience and worth all five stars of its rating especially since the narrators did an awesome job of bringing the story to life.
I had the best time, had a lot of fun and was thoroughly enchanted. My hope is other romance readers will have just as good a time as me when they read/listen to The Christmas Pawdcast too.
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Feeling down about the turn that Christmas has taken for him all Nick wants is to be left alone. So finding himself stranded with a woman and her dog is a disruption he didn’t want especially when she is determined to show him the magic of Christmas.
This is a heartwarming story about love, family and realizing what truly matters in life. The narrators gave a wonderful performance that brought out the heart and humor of this story.
A Charming Christmas Story
This was a fun story that gently incorporated some serious holiday issues all while being delightfully entertaining. Mary is on her way to Eternity Springs… when she gets delayed just short of her destination by a reindeer?
This audiobook is only about 2+½ hours long but a lot is packed into this little story. Happy Reading !
This is my honest opinion…
but I will admit that I have a special place in my reader's heart for the town of Eternity Springs