Mistletoe at Moonglow

Mistletoe at Moonglow A Christmas novella with cookie recipes included The Timberton Hotel has always provided a perfect Christmas retreat for regular guests as well as newcomers But the small town of Timberton Montana

  • Title: Mistletoe at Moonglow
  • Author: Deborah Garner
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 274
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A Christmas novella with cookie recipes included The Timberton Hotel has always provided a perfect Christmas retreat for regular guests, as well as newcomers But the small town of Timberton, Montana, hasn t been the same since resident chef and artist, Mist, arrived, bringing a unique new age flavor to the old western town When guests check in for the holidays, they briA Christmas novella with cookie recipes included The Timberton Hotel has always provided a perfect Christmas retreat for regular guests, as well as newcomers But the small town of Timberton, Montana, hasn t been the same since resident chef and artist, Mist, arrived, bringing a unique new age flavor to the old western town When guests check in for the holidays, they bring along worries, fears and broken hearts, unaware that Mist has a way of working magic in people s lives Old fashioned time spent together, exquisite food, conversation and a snowball or two offer guests a chance to trade sadness for hope One thing is certain no matter how cold winter s grip is on each guest, no one leaves Timberton without a warmer heart.

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    1. I would have preferred to give this 3 1/2 stars. It deserved better than a 3 but not as good as a 4. I liked the story which was a Christmas vignette, a snapshot so to speak, a moment in time of a particular group of people. We have little knowledge of their lives prior to this point nor are we given any indications of where their futures lie. This type of literary motif does not lend itself to character development. All involvement is superficial. This is not a criticism of the writing only the [...]

    2. This novella was odd in that there was no real story here. Just a glimpse of a bunch of unrelated people together for the holidays, with descriptions of food and decorations. And the main character was somehow an artist, a florist, and a chef all rolled into one. Reading this reminded me of putting on a DVD of a roaring fireplace. No real substance, just atmosphere.

    3. Christmas at the Timberton Hotel is special. The beauty and peace people find there is magic. Strangers come to escape their pain and find solace and strength. I loved this story. It gave me a sense of hope. The characters are amazing. Mist is a special person. She has an instinct that helps her sense people's needs and the knowledge to sooth their pain. If you're looking for a story that highlights the meaning of the holiday season, Mistletoe At Moonglow is the perfect story. When I finished, I [...]

    4. I love everything Christmas—the meaning, spirit, decorations, carols, and other festivities. It is a special time of year that brings people together, warming hearts and hearth with love, giving, and joy.Those are the feelings I experienced while reading this charming Christmas tale. It’s as if I just spent the holidays with an intriguing and diverse cast of people, and brought a piece of them back home with me. I adore the people who shared Christmas with Mist, Betty, and Clive at the Timbe [...]

    5. A special holiday story of the true spirit of community working it's magic. This one leaves you with a warm glow inside and makes you want to bake some of those cookies right away! Full review on my blog soon

    6. This was a perfect Christmas read for me. Light with a touch of magical realism. It would have been a perfect book club pick.

    7. And this completes my 2017 reading challenge. I liked this book better than the series it's included in. It's just a sweet Christmas story. It also made me so hungry while I was reading it!

    8. I read this book before reading The Moonglow Cafe where the characters are first introduced, but it didn't matter. The characters are richly described, as is the setting of Timberton, MT. The Moonglow cafe has been reopened at the Timberton Hotel by Mist, a resident with a knack for cooking as well as artistic endeavors. The guests who check into the hotel for Christmas all come with something weighing on their hearts. During the course of their stay, they get to know one another, are comforted [...]

    9. The reader should know what to expect from a this kind novel. Mistletoe at Moonglow is a short and warm Christmas story. Strangers with different stories, snow outside, good food, friendship. I think this is what you expect from a Christmas story. However there should have been more actions in the story, it's too slow.

    10. Mistletoe at MoonglowDeborah GarnerFor a fun, holiday read, Mistletoe at Moonglow will fit the ticket. This novella, written by Deborah Garner, tells the story of an unlikely group of people, gathering at a bed and breakfast during the Christmas holiday, healing each from their emotional turmoil.Mist, a newly hired chef and artist celebrated her first Christmas at Moonglow. She is a lady, whom is all alone in the world. She had a restaurant that had recently closed and she is making a brand new [...]

    11. The first thing I decided to do after reading this book, was check myself into the Timberton Hotel. I want Mist to cook for me and be her friend. I know what you are thinking. This is a fiction book and there is no Timberton Hotel. But the author did such an amazing job of making the hotel sound inviting, I wish it were a real place. It is nestled in a beautiful town in Montana with a breathtaking view. I could picture the hotel as guests walked in. The smells of fresh flowers and pine cones fil [...]

    12. Mistletoe at Moonglow: A Christmas Novella is by Deborah Garner. It is a really cute novella about the true meaning of Christmas. It takes place at the Timberton Hotel in Timberton, Montana. Betty owned the Timberton Hotel and had run it for years; but it wasn’t doing as well as it had been. Then Mist came to Timberton and went to work for the hotel. Things began to change. Mist was a unique individual who was able to see the best in everything and everyone. She was an eternal optimist. She wa [...]

    13. I really enjoyed this book. Keep in mind, this is a short novella, only 12 chapters long, so I was able to read it on the 6 hour trip home after being gone for Thanksgiving, but it was such a good book, none the less! I enjoyed learning about Mist, Betty and Clive, as well as the other hotel guests. This was Mist’s first Christmas at the Timberton Hotel, and she wasn’t quite sure what to expect with the Christmas dinner. I love that she gave each of the guests a gift made by her, and she got [...]

    14. Mistletoe at Moonglow is my first foray into Deborah Garner books and this is short novella, one thing that struck me that about it is that it didn't seem to have any particular plot line at all but yet it was still engaging enough to keep you reading. I felt there was very little back story of any of the characters to give me a feel for what has happened, especially to Mist, prior to ending up at the Timberton hotel. The guest who all arrived to spend Christmas at the hotel all have an air of s [...]

    15. This is my first of Deborah Gardner's Moonglow stories, and I'm going back to read Moonglow Cafe next.This is a wonderful novella, set in a small town in Montana. Mist is the chef, stylist and artist for the Timberton Hotel, and her restaurant is packed at every meal. She takes such time to plan every little detail, and the patrons love her and her food.In this story you meet a group of visitors staying at the hotel for Christmas. Some have been coming for years, some are newcomers. Yet the conn [...]

    16. This will be the first Christmas for Mist at the Timberton Hotel. She has recently opened the Moonglow Café inside the hotel, and has already become indispensable to Betty, the hotel owner. There was just something about Mist that made the townspeople comfortable around her. The hotel usually had the same people check in every Christmas like clockwork. But this year, each had something weighing heavy on them, and it would take more than a regular Christmas to heal them. Luckily, Mist is up for [...]

    17. A VERY SWEET GIFT! I enjoyed reading Deborah Garner’s Moonglow Café set in Timberton, Montana a couple of years ago with Paige MacKenzie as the main character. This season when I saw Mistletoe at Moonglow, I just had to go back for a holiday visit! Although Paige was not among the guests, I was delighted to read of Mist, Betty, and Clive! A very cozy novella for a rainy December day. It was written full of comforting feelings for family at Christmas. During this busy season, sometimes we forg [...]

    18. More a long vignette than a full story in its own right, Mistletoe At Moonglow is nonetheless perfect seasonal fare to get readers into the Christmas spirit. Garner has created a charming atmosphere for her small-town hotel and all the essential Christmas elements of excessive food, carol singing, disparate people forced together and, ultimately, good will and good cheer are presented in this lovely novella. It treads a fine line of sweetness, never slipping over into sickly(!) and I thought the [...]

    19. I really enjoyed reading this novella. It was a quick, cute, heartwarming Christmas story where everyone comes to The Timberton Hotel with sadness and problems and together they help each other to enjoy a Holiday Season. This was the first book of Deborah Garner’s that I have read. I believe this book has some of Deborah's previous characters in it. I liked her writing and enjoyed this book and would love to read more of her work. The last part of this book includes about 19 cookie / holiday t [...]

    20. This novella by Deborah Garner left me with happy tears and a feeling of happiness and contentment throughout my entire body. It is truly the embodiment of what the holiday season should be like-no matter what you celebrate-actually what every day should be like. The characters, all of them, are fully developed as Mist weaves her special magic and makes the Christmas at the Timberton Hotel one that they--and you--will never forget! And Mist believes in sharing--those cookie recipes at the end--o [...]

    21. A wonderful heartwarming story. I absolutely loved everything about this book. Just the right time of the year and it got me into the Christmas spirit.A well written book with wonderful characters. A quick read for me that had me turning the pages and I loved how it has recipies as well which I can't wait to try. I would definitely recommend this book. A wonderful Christmas story you sure wouldn't want to miss out on. I voluntary received this book for an exchange to review. 

    22. I absolutely loved this novella by Deborah Garner. This is the second book I have read of hers and it was just as good! This book is a great weekend book since it's a quick read. This story is a mixture of emotions and has great characters. I like it when the characters in a story are easy to relate too. This is the case in Mistletoe at Moonglow. This is a well written heartwarming story that you are not going to want to miss. Perfect for the holidays!

    23. Truly magical novellaWhat an absolutely magical novella. So full of warmth, love, and a great amount of wisdom. Deborah Garner has written a true gem with "Mistletoe at Moonglow". With spectacular characters and a wonderful storyline, the reader is drawn in so quickly they are unaware that they have read straight through to the endd not ready to let go of the magic of the story or the holiday warmth it brings forth.

    24. Mistletoe at Moonglow is my first Deborah Garner book and it is a sweet novella perfectly right for the Christmas season. Mist, Beth and Clive welcome a great group of people for the Christmas season in the Timberton Hotel. This is a sweet story about people, sorrow, happiness and a kaleidoscope of feelings. This author knows how to develop deep and memorable characters even with it being in such a short novella.I will search for more books of this author and recommend it to you all.

    25. Loved, loved, loved it! Mist seems to weave a web of magic around all she meets with her unusual outlook on life, gourmet foods, painting, and decorating.The story is full of warm, friendly, helpful characters that warm your heart as you read.Great reading for Christmas or any time of the year.

    26. Fun short Christmas storyMist is at it again making everything magical for Christmas in Timberton. Holiday guests arrive with troubled hearts and find themselves in the midst of Mist"s magic. Everyone becomes family. Can't wait to try the cookie recipes and restart my Chrirtmas cookie exchange tradition.

    27. Sweet story. Loved the recipes that included in the back of the book. If you are looking for a curl up by the fire, one night sitting quick read that is enjoyable, this is the book for you. You will want to hold onto it for the recipes (Christmas cookies, yum) as well.I received this book free from First Reads.

    28. Beautiful Story This was such a pleasant read. I loved how everyone's stories intertwined together to form one heartwarming story about family and community. The cookie recipes at the end are a great bonus as well!

    29. This was such a happy, heartwarming story. Well written with likable characters. A quick read. Along the same lines as the Hallmark Christmas movies. So glad I found this. Really enjoyed my time spent reading this story.

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