Holiday Rescue (The Anna Albertini Files) – book review

Holiday Rescue
by Rebecca Zanetti
Release Date:  August 31, 2021
Publisher:  Raz Ink, LLC
Book #3.5 in the Anna Albertini Files series
Number of pages:  110
Kindle Edition
Source: MCL
Romantic Suspense
Ages 15 and up
CW: stalking
The Albertini Family is Back in this Holiday Romance!

Quint Albertini likes his life as a smokejumper and search and rescue expert. He has his dog, his friends, and his freedom. He’s had it with women who can’t commit or who want him to change, and now all he has to do is dodge the family match-makers so he can live his peaceful life when he’s not leaping head first into danger.

Anna Albertini has a very large family. Irish on one side, Italian on the other, all very nosy and loving. This story isn’t about Anna, it’s about her cousin Quint. Although Quint kind of had his head up his butt in the last book, Adverse Possession, it was obvious he is a wonderful man who deserves happiness. 

Heather and Quint have a very sweet meet-cute and it’s obvious from the start they would be great together. Apparently, Quint’s family thinks so too and they quickly start butting into his business. From his grandmother to his cousins, everyone wants to see these two together. Not that they’re adverse to dating each other, but they’re both bound and determined to be single for a bit. But the heart wants what the heart wants.

Being that Anna is within a 30-mile radius of this couple, you know there’s going to be trouble. Yet, it’s not her fault this time. Heather has an ex that can’t take no for an answer, and Quint’s ex keeps showing up and making life difficult.

I love the way Quint’s family supports Heather even when they barely know her. As I said, they’re a loving bunch. Heather doesn’t have any family left and they happily fill that void for her. This story had me full of warm-fuzzies and was a lot of fun with intrigue and suspense thrown in.

4 stars

About Cheri

I'm the mom of two boys and wife to my high school sweetheart. Our oldest, Josh, is living at home while working and paying off student loans. Our youngest, Griffin recently left his active duty Army job and is now National Guard here at home. He moved back to Michigan with his wife Kirsten and our beautiful granddaughter Hazel. I work part time and try to fit as much reading into my life as possible.
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