Book Review: A Second Chance for Christmas by Nashin Sadeer

Title:  A Second Chance for Christmas 

Author:  Nashin Sadeer

Series:  None

Publisher:  Matador

Release Date:  November 7, 2013

Book Summary: 

Nathan is a single father with a son named Stefan. He was married to a woman named Emily, but she unfortunately died when Stefan was three years old. Torn apart by grief, Nathan was full of remorse, shut himself away and became a work alcoholic.

Emily was everything for Nathan, and his life has still not got better. He has been living his life in sadness, and not realizing that he was hurting the most precious thing to him: Stefan.

But this Christmas things are about to change. A young woman, Kate, has come into Nathan’s life and he has fallen in love with her. She’s the first woman he’s dated since Emily’s death. Kate has an important mission that she has to achieve before Christmas. However, she is hiding something from Nathan, and he doesn’t realize who Kate actually is
until she reveals her true identity on Christmas Day…


I chose to read this book, because it had ‘Christmas’ in the title and the story sounded interesting according to the book summary.  I have to admit grammatical errors don’t usually bother me in a book if there is only a few, but this book has many errors on every other page.  I almost put this book down, and not finish reading it, but I kept on reading right to the very end.
The first few chapters of the book were pretty interesting, the middle kind of dragged along to me and by page 140 the story grabbed my interest again.  This book is a feel good story, and the characters are likeable.  Sometimes in order to move on and be happy we have to forgive others that have hurt or wronged us.  There is a little Christmas miracle, but I don’t want to give anything away.
I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a feel good story during the holidays.


Rating:  3 Stars, worth reading, if you have the time.
Content:  Some kissing, but a clean read.
Source:  Review Copy
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  1. Thanks for the review. I think I’ll still add it to my list.