Sunday, 10 January 2021

BOOK REVIEW: Christmas, Mistletoe and You by Maggie Anderson

Christmas, Mistletoe and You
Author: Maggie Anderson
Genre: Holiday Romance Novella
Publication Date: 29th November 2017

Book Description:
Casey Munroe is certain Peter Taylor has no Christmas spirit... With Christmas right around the corner, Casey is in search of that special tree and just when she thinks she's found it, a very handsome man buys it right out from under her nose and drives away with it on the roof of his sleek, black BMW. ONE YEAR LATER On the way home to spend the holidays with her family, Casey is forced to make an unexpected detour and runs into the same man who stole her Christmas tree the year before. After spending time together, Casey realizes he has stolen her heart as well. But nothing is ever smooth sailing when it comes to love.

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A very quick and simple story about fate with a little twinkle of Christmas joy. Although the book didn’t have me jumping out of my seat, I did find it to be an enjoyable read with likeable characters.

Peter and Casey are two singletons whose fate keep intertwining ever since they ran into each other while shopping for the perfect Christmas Tree, but something just keeps getting in the way of them getting together. Where romance is involved, Peter has let a bad breakup get in the way of him meeting other people, but that hasn’t stopped him from constantly thinking about Casey, who thinks Peter is out of her league and isn’t sure he feels the same way about her as she does about him. The problem is that both Peter and Casey are afraid to take the leap in fear of having their hearts broken.

I hadn't expected the book to end the way it did due to the numerous missed opportunities of getting these characters together, but I did like how it ended. I did feel as though Casey was portrayed a little younger than she is. Sometimes, she came across as a teenager in her mannerism when she and Peter would interact. It wasn't a problem, it was just something that was very noticeable to me.

It was a good holiday romance novel with a simple storyline.


Award: Silver
Rating: 3 Stars
Source: Own copy

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