An Alaskan Family Christmas – Prism

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An Alaskan Family Christmas (Northern Lights #7) By Beth Carpenter Contemporary Romance Paperback & ebook, 384 Pages (Large Print) November 1, 2020 by Harlequin Heartwarming

A little mix-up…

Could make her Christmas wonderful!

Natalie Weiss is mortified. After mistaking handsome Tanner Rockford for his cousin, she’s followed him to rural Alaska. Now she’s stranded—until Tanner invites her to spend Christmas with his family in their rustic, cozy cabin. But in this idyllic winter wonderland, Natalie discovers the family she’s never had…and the love she never knew she needed. But what happens when they all discover why she’s really there?

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My Thoughts

What a neat trip to Alaska! All without leaving my home! This was my first time reading a book by Beth Carpenter, but I know it will not be my last (starting with going back and reading the rest of the “Northern Lights” series!).

Beth Carpenter brought to life the rugged warmth of an Alaskan Christmas and the time for family that just warmed my heart. I enjoyed the mistaken identity theme of the book and how Beth Carpenter made it interesting with some unique twists. I also enjoyed the hint of mystery, and the use of secondary characters to help give more layers to the story. I am looking forward to what happens next in the story. I truly loved Tanner and Natalie’s story. They made a great couple, had some funny moments, and a realistic relationship (as much as you can in fiction) that was sweet. I enjoyed how Beth Carpenter made me feel invited into the family of characters right from the beginning it pulled me in and did not let me go 😊.

I recommend this sweet story if you love Christmas, Alaska, or books with a hint of Mystery. It was a fun relaxing read. 4 out of 5 stars.

*I volunteered to read this story in return for my honest feedback. The thoughts and opinions expressed within are my own.

About the Author

Beth Carpenter is thankful for good books, a good dog, a good man and a dream job creating happily-ever-afters. She and her husband now split their time between Alaska and Arizona, where she occasionally encounters a moose in the yard or a scorpion in the basement. She prefers the moose.

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Tour Giveaway

One winner will receive a signed print copy of A Gift for Santa, a set of jingle bells, a sheet of winter stickers, a peppermint bead bracelet, and a $25 Amazon gift card (US only – if winner is outside the US winner will receive an ebook of A Gift for Santa and a $25 Amazon gift card)

Ends November 18, 2020


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7 Comments Add yours

  1. Beth Carpenter says:

    Thanks for the sweet review! So glad you enjoyed it!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Travelers Wife 4 Life says:

      I did!! Thank you so much for letting me read it 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Vivian Furbay says:

    I have never been to Alaska but have cousins who live there.
    After living in MT where it can get cold but they get those Chinook winds, i don’t if I would want to live in Alaska. Would love to visit it though. Thanks for the great giveaway.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Travelers Wife 4 Life says:

      Thank you for stopping by!

      I have never been to Alaska in winter (not sure that I really want to, although I am sure it is beautiful) but in summer I LOVED it and can’t recommend going enough!


  3. Kay Garrett says:

    Thank you for your review on “An Alaskan Family Christmas” by Beth Carpenter and for being part of the book tour.

    Can’t wait for the opportunity to read this book on my TBR list. Always enjoy this author’s books. Great cover!
    2clowns at arkansas dot net


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