**BLOG TOUR** A Cranberry Inn Christmas by Beth Ehemann


A Cranberry Inn Christmas

by Beth Ehemann


Christmas at the Murphy household has always been a big deal, but with her daughters getting older, Kacie Murphy is feeling a bit sentimental, so she decides to give her family the perfect Christmas.

Plans of cookie baking, sleigh ride taking, and snowman making are quickly put in jeopardy when Kacie receives devastating news—her mom has sold the beloved Cranberry Inn. 

Not one to let his wife stay sad for long, hockey hunk and husband extraordinaire, Brody Murphy, hatches the ultimate surprise to save Kacie’s perfect Christmas.

When fate and the weather threaten his plans once again, Brody, Viper and Andy might just have to phone in a favor to Santa himself to save Christmas at the Cranberry Inn. 

*This low-angst, heartwarming novella of family and Christmas is the final farewell of the Cranberry Inn gang that readers have grown to love over the years.

I started Beth’s cranberry inn series earlier this year and fell in love with Brody and the rest of the gang from that series.

 Followed by viper and Andys stories so getting another little hit of them all is great! 
Kacie has found out her Mum and Fred are selling the beloved Cranberry Inn so Brody is determined to still give her the perfect Christmas she wants.
This is a lovely story of how a great bunch of family and friends pull together for each other. The lengths people will go to for those they love.
As always this was full of all the feels, it made me laugh with Brody/Viper/Andys antics, especially “viper clause” It has definitely got me in the mood for Christmas which is a feat as I’m a self confessed Scrooge!! 
What a great way to end the series with them all together for a 5 star read.

Jordan xx


Beth Ehemann lives in the northern suburbs of Chicago with her husband and four children. When she’s not sitting in front of her computer writing, or on Pinterest, she loves reading, photography, martinis and all things Chicago Cubs. She’s represented by Jessica Watterson of the Sandra Dijkstra Literary Agency.


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