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Reviewed by Lisa McCombs for Readers' Favorite
When the stock market collapses, highly educated banker Bartholomew Baines is at a total loss. Accustomed to dressing like a gentleman and socializing with the wealthy and prestigious diplomats of Pittsburgh, he finds himself homeless, poor, and dependent upon the working class he fought so dearly to leave behind him. Bella Darling, on the other hand, is grateful for all that surrounds her in the borrowed barn loft she shares with her hens that lay magical eggs, and a barn cat named Simon. The stock market had nothing to do with her or her endeavors as long as her hens continued to lay eggs and the Westminister mansion remained upright. While the Westministers toured Europe, the house staff oversaw the well-being of the grounds. Something goes awry, though, when a notice is served announcing that the property was no longer a safe haven for the residents. What would the assortment of staff and lingerers do without the mansion? There was no work to be found; food was at an all-time low, and prospects were grim. But the residents of Westminister House let their faith lead them to a surprising conclusion.
Bestselling author Kathleen Shoop hits it out of the ballpark again with this sweet romance that isn’t just for the holiday season. Vivid descriptions and timely themes come together in this feel-good story sure to elicit a smile from the reader. Enchanting and uplifting, Cinder Bella is big screen-worthy while filled with lyrical prose at the same time. Need a special holiday gift? Cinder Bella: 'Tis the Season, Book 3 by Kathleen Shoop fits the bill for any reader. I LOVED this story!