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Do holiday wishes really come true?
For kindergarten teacher, Holly Mary Edwards, she’s banking on a miracle when the man of her dreams returns from duty abroad.
Decorated army doctor, Michael Barnes, is not ready to face the holiday season after his fiancé leaves him for another man. Michael is convinced it’s time to put happiness in a tight little box and ship it back to the North Pole.
He wasn’t expecting Holly. And when the sexy Holly-jolly nymph takes it upon herself to divest him of his Mr. Scrooged attitude, she’ll do anything to bring him into the jingle bell jolly.
Can Holly convince him ‘tis the season for love?
~ABOUT THE AUTHORS~
F.G. Adams writes contemporary and paranormal romance about sexy alpha heroes and feisty-mouthed heroines. The wonder twins forming F.G. enjoy a healthy obsession of reading that started at a young age. Their books reflect an avid imagination that was cultivated by their grandmother who taught them the mind has no limits and to use both hands when reaching for the stars. Partners in writing, they both thrive on creating unique storylines for you, the reader to enjoy.
When not writing, you can find them on a beach with their significant other enjoying the waves or riding a Harley on a country road somewhere in the USA.
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My review for this one is going to be rather brief as the book is super short and only took me forty minutes to finish. That said, even being so short it was still a delightful and sweet holiday read. This novella features Michael (who was engaged to Ella the heroine from the THIS IS LIFE series (book one) before she got with Grayson) and Holly (Michael’s BFF’s little sister). To say Micheal is a little bitter about Ella dumping him would be an understatement. And that was the only thing I wasn’t overly crazy about in this one. There was a bit TOO much whining about Ella and how things ended. I would have liked if Micheal had been a little further past the sitting and staring bitterly at his pregnant ex with her new man stage before he got involved with Holly. It was a bit hard to buy into the sudden 180 turn he does in regards to his feelings and Ella.
That said, it was meant to be magical and Christmasy and light. The Scrooge with a broken heart learns to forgive and embrace love again. And it had that in spades, so the “ELLA” thing was a minor irritation at the most for me. It was well written and well paced. It was festive. It was sweet. Lightly sexy. No angst or OW/OM drama. Both main characters were very likable, and it was all wrapped up in a sweet little Christmas bow. Not much left to say. I liked it, and it gets two thumbs up from yours truly.