Review: All is Bright


“[Thayne] engages the reader’s heart and emotions, inspiring hope and the belief that miracles are possible.” —Debbie Macomber, #1 New York Times bestselling author

Return to Hope’s Crossing this Christmas in New York Times bestselling author RaeAnne Thayne’s latest heartwarming story of matchmaking at the holidays!

Sage McKnight is an ambitious young architect working at her father’s firm who takes on her most challenging client in Mason Tucker. The former pro baseball player is still healing from the physical and emotional scars after a plane crash left him a wheelchair-using single dad, and he’s determined not to let anyone breach his emotional defenses. Sage knows her work on Mason’s new home in Hope’s Crossing is her best work yet, and she won’t let her grumpy client prevent her from showcasing her work personally.

With Sage’s gift for taking broken things and making them better, the matchmaking talent of the quirky locals and a generous sprinkling of Christmas cheer, Mason doesn’t stand a chance against the power of this magical holiday season.

Rating: 5-stars


All is Bright by RaeAnne Thayne is a one of those romance novels that suck you into the story. The characters have this amazing effect of pulling me into their drama love lives. Sage is a young woman who made some not so good decisions but has managed to pull herself up in the world. She found her birth father and by doing so put her parents back together. They ended up having the perfect ending as a family. However, Sage is making a name for herself in her father’s world of architecture. The latest project involves Mason. Mason is a crippled single father who does not want his lifestyle made public. Mason is like the grumpy Grinch who stole Christmas while Sage is the beacon of everything that represents all that is good. She ends up pulling Mason out of his grumpy self. The journey is both hilarious and heartbreaking. I loved reading this beautiful story written by a super writer. RaeAnne Thayne has magically created another powerful novel.

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