Sharing The Miracle: A River Rain Novella by Kristen Ashley
Fighting the Pull by Kristen Ashley was one of my favorite books of 2023 and I was so thrilled for a little more of Hale and Elsa who are by far my favorite characters in this series. Based on the title and that it came out during Hanukkah and because Elsa is Jewish, I thought this would be a story of the first mixed holiday they spend. But other than the time of year, this was not a holiday story.
“I love you so fucking much, it hurts,” he said, his voice low, but fierce.
We got to catch up with the whole gang while Elsa received unexpected news that would change all of their lives, and she was so afraid to tell Hale. But Hale, despite his background, always surprises me and I love that so much!
Something that really stood out to me in Sharing the Miracle is that I am starting to thaw my feelings towards Corey. The amazing things he did to keep his love and spirit alive makes me wish he was able to get his own book to redeem himself. But I will take a book about Rhys to make up for it 😜.
Sharing the Miracle is not a standalone. It is a true novella that fits perfectly in the River Rain series. This series should be read in order, but it’s most important that you read my favorite, Fighting The Pull first before this one. See the series order here.
Rating: 4 stars, 0 heat
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Note: The audible is free in audible plus and narrated by Lance Greenfield and Stella Bloom who both did a fantastic job. (I listened to the last third).