An Unforgettable Christmas by Ginny Baird


In my opinion, no company does a Christmas story better than Hallmark.  And this story is no exception.  

Based on the Hallmark Original Movie, A Gingerbread Romance is the story of Taylor Scott, an architect working her way up the in the firm for which she works.   Taylor has never lived in one city very long, being the daughter of two parents who relocated frequently for their jobs.  She remembers the desire she had as a child  to have one place to call home - something she has forgotten about as an aspiring architect.  She is challenged by her firm to make a life-sized gingerbread house together with a baker in a local contest.  When her originally appointed partner chooses to join another team, Taylor joins forces with a local baker, Adam, who she meets when he delivers a Christmas tree cake to Taylor’s office.  Adam is a widower who had to put his dreams of culinary school on hold after the sudden death of his wife in order to support himself and his young daughter Brooke.

While it was not love at first sight, the partners begin to work well together.  Adam and Brooke show Taylor what it is like to have a traditional Christmas and she starts to see a different life for herself. 

I really enjoyed the book despite the fact I had watched the Hallmark movie last year.  The central theme of family and traditions have great importance to me personally.  I loved the graphics of the gingerbread house at the beginning of each chapter and feel it added to the coziness of the book.  I highly recommend this book to those who want to read a sweet, Christmas story. 

Thank you to Netgalley and Hallmark Publishing for the ARC of this book in exchange for the honest review that I have provided here.

My rating:  ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️💫/5.

Do you like Hallmark books/movies?  Are you watching any of the new premiere movies? 

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