Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Christmas at Tiffany's

When I signed up to be a part of the blog tour for Christmas at Tiffany's by Karen Swan I had no idea that in early November we would already have snow on the ground. The cover of this book alone has definitely put me in a holiday frame of mind - and the snow outside has just added to it. Although this book is not set only in the winter, Christmas at Tiffany's, is a great read for this time of year.

Cassie is in a bit of a rough spot. Her life has fallen apart in just one moment as she discovers her husband's infidelity.  Her three best friends are there to pick up the pieces as Cassie tries to rebuild her life.  Each friend lives in an amazing city - New York, Paris, and London, and Cassie takes a turn visiting and living with each of them.  There are romances, struggles, and a variety of ups and downs as Cassie finds herself and who she is now.

Swan's novel is entertaining and fun.  It is more than just a fluff chick lit read, with some real messages to be considered.  There were a few times that I was a bit frustrated with Cassie's inability to see what was right in front of her the whole time, but that didn't deplete my enjoyment in the story - it just made me root for her even more.

Christmas at Tiffany's is a book you will want to curl up with while drinking hot cocoa in front of a warm fire.

* Thanks to TLC Book Tours for providing a copy of Christmas at Tiffany's.  Although the book was given to me, the opinions expressed are my own.


Ti said...

I imagine that snow would put me in the mood... even rain would help with the mood. This year has been really weird for us. I am trying so hard to make it feel like November but it's not working for me so far.

Heather J @ TLC Book Tours said...

I love it when I'm so invested in a character and find myself rooting for her to succeed like you did with Cassie.

Thanks for being a part of the tour!