decide he was wrong about that whole wanting a family thing, you’d grow up
miffed about mistletoe too. Every candy cane, ugly sweater, and falalalala
reminds me of the worst day of my life.
salvage my disastrous TV production career on a show called Holiday
Homes, I’ve got no choice but to suck it up, head to the small town of
Singletree, and fake festive.
the one person on earth who hates the holidays more than I do. After a
devastating injury ended his career, he’s left with a limp, no idea what to do
with his future, and a cheerless attitude worthy of Ebenezer Scrooge. But I’ve
got a TIME LIMIT to convince the gorgeous grump to allow his home to be
featured as the pinnacle of the Christmas episode of the show that’s going to
save my career.
trouble sticking to the task.
satisfying happily ever after, plenty of festive chuckles,
some sexy times and a few chinchillas. Maybe a cat. (And
there might be a wombat because wombats really do fit into almost any story.)
This is my first holiday book of the year and I’m so happy I started with it. It is the first time I’ve read from this author, but it definitely won’t be the last. It was funny, sweet, and had a bit of sadness to it.
April has one last chance to convince her producer uncle that she belongs on reality TV, so he gives her a shot on a show about the subject she likes the very least, Christmas. She has to go behind the scenes on Christmas Homes, a holiday decorating contest show. And as much of a Scrooge as she is, she runs into a bigger one.
Callan Whitewood has lost his soccer career and thinks he’s lost it all. Now he’s moved to be with his brother and 2 young nieces when he runs into a woman who just may be more stubborn than him.
I just loved these two characters together and I thought their chemistry was great. I could empathize with April and her glitter war. I have the same issue all the time, and It made me laugh.
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