“Christmas in Evergreen: Bells are Ringing” out November 2nd from Hallmark Publishing Review + Giveaway!

Last Updated on November 6, 2021 by ellen

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Christmas in Evergreen: Bells are Ringing is the fourth release in Hallmark’s latest Christmas romance book series. Check out my review.

I love all of the Hallmark Channel Christmas Countdown movies that I’ve been watching. So, I decided to spend the weekend curled up with a good book and a cup of tea.

Christmas in Evergreen: Bells are Ringing is the fourth release in Hallmark's latest Christmas romance book series. Check out my review.

Christmas in Evergreen: Bells are Ringing

I was so excited when I learned that there were four new Hallmark Christmas books out this year. They are On Christmas Avenue (9.21), Mistletoe in Juneau (10.19), Wrapped Up in Christmas Hope (10.26), and Christmas in Evergreen: Bells are Ringing (11.2). They are all part of Hallmark Publishing.

About the book

Life is going great for Hannah, really. She’s fallen in love with her best friend, her brother is getting married, and she’s looking forward to another festive Christmas in Evergreen. Still, between her job, taking charge of the choir, and being the town’s jill-of-all-trades, she’s feeling uninspired…especially when Elliot starts to question his own role in the town.

Hannah finds fresh inspiration in the brand-new Evergreen Christmas Museum, and she volunteers for their storytelling project. When she interviews her fellow Evergreenians, however, she learns that not everyone wants the museum around; specifically, Mr. Cooper who owns a third of the building. As Hannah finds herself with more and more responsibilities, and as her relationships with Elliot and her family grow strained, she starts to wonder about what she really wants. Can her love and newly-found purpose survive the changes that loom after the holidays are over?

Christmas in Evergreen is available in Paperback, e-book, and Audiobook. Learn more about the book.

You can buy it here.

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About Author Lacey Baker:

Lacey Baker, a Maryland native, lives with her husband, three children, grandson, and English Bulldog in what most would call Suburban America–a townhouse development where everybody knows each other and each other’s kids. Family cook-outs, reunion vacations, and growing up in church have all inspired Lacey to work towards her dreams and to write about the endurance of family and the quest to find everlasting love.

To date, she has written in several genres including small-town romance, YA paranormal (as Artist Arthur), a cozy mystery series titled Rumors, and adult paranormal (as A.C. Arthur). Christmas in Evergreen is her latest.

About Hallmark Publishing:

Now, you have even more ways to relax and indulge in a Hallmark story. The kinds of heartwarming romances and intriguing mysteries you love are now available as books! In addition to companion novels to beloved Hallmark movies, you’ll discover brand-new novels to brighten your day and leave you feeling good about life. With the same attention to storytelling that goes into every Hallmark movie, we’ll bring you new characters, relationships, romances, and intriguing mysteries. And each book includes an original recipe inspired by the story!

Christmas in Evergreen: Bells are Ringing is the fourth release in Hallmark's latest Christmas romance book series. Check out my review.

Christmas in Evergreen: Bells are Ringing review

This book is based on the Hallmark Channel original premier of the same name. And, it takes place in the fictional town of Evergreen, Vermont which made it all the more fun to read. So, this is the fourth in the series. It builds on the other books that all take place in Evergreen, Vermont. This series focused on a different romantic interest in each book. The fourth book (this one) focuses more on Colin who is the “Scrooge” of the story. And, of course, it focuses on Hannah and Elliot – the two main characters of the book.

Even though Evergreen is not a real town in Vermont, the story really gave me all the same small town feelings I have for the towns I visit here. I love the way the author wove everyone together in an interesting way so it really felt like I got to know the characters. I almost felt like I was part of the town, sitting in on their events and enjoying Christmas with them.

And, you will love that there is a delicious recipe inspired by the story included! I can’t wait to try it.

If you enjoy small-town romances, you really need to read Christmas in Evergreen: Bells are Ringing today. Learn more about the book.

Make sure that you enter the giveaway for a chance to win! One winner will receive a copy of Christmas in Evergreen: Bells are Ringing + $25 Visa Gift Card + (1) Hallmark Channel Wine Gift Card.

Please leave a comment below letting me know what you are looking forward to this holiday season.

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146 thoughts on ““Christmas in Evergreen: Bells are Ringing” out November 2nd from Hallmark Publishing Review + Giveaway!

  1. This holiday season I am looking forward to getting together with family and friends. After the last two years it will be wonderful to be with everyone again.

  2. I am so looking forward to seeing my parents for Christmas, and taking my daughter to see them too, it will be her first Christmas with grandma and grandpa.

  3. Looking forward to watching Hallmark Christmas movies with my girls, baking and enjoying yummy sweet treats and hot chocolate with them. Thank you for the chance to win!

  4. This holiday I’m making an effort to decorate my place and even set up my Christmas village. Looking forward to the twinkling lights.

  5. I am looking forward to having a relaxing holiday. I typically enjoy cooking more around the holidays and I have several new recipes that I want to try.

  6. I am looking forward to decorating because music and decorations are a couple of my favorite things about the holidays.

  7. I am looking forward to celebrating the holidays with my entire family this year. so many of our family are essential workers so they could not be with us last year or did not feel it was safe to risk exposing the family that we did not all get together.

  8. It’s still warm weather here, so looking forward to breaking out the warm clothes, including those holiday sweaters. I have no ugly Christmas sweaters, only cute ones!

  9. I’m looking forward to mailing my holiday cards early this year and avoiding that stress! I send the folks Hallmark pop-up cards which they love.

  10. I’m looking forward to listening to holiday music. I still listen to my collection of Christmas music on CDs. This year I have a relatively new sound machine that has a crackling fireplace sound option, so perfect!

  11. What I am most looking forward to this holiday season is actually having a normal Christmas with all of my extended family being here this year. Most of my family are all medical so they did not want to chance making most of us sick last year.

  12. I am looking forward to all the lights and displays! We love to drive around our neighborhood looking at all the beautiful displays!

  13. I’m looking forward to seeing the neighborhood decorated for the holidays. The neighbor adjacent to me always has their whole courtyard decorated & started Christmas right after Halloween decorations came down!

  14. I am looking forward to lighting up our backyard. My husband has about 1/2 the decorations up. We have to put the blow ups in the yard. We won’t turn everything on until after Thanksgiving but we have to get it in the ground before it freezes.

  15. im lucky to be live and then i glad my doc from
    specialist i m going to i have heart problem i am doing the things they
    want and then i live to see alot

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