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Series: Tangled Charms #2
Title: A Mistletoe Kiss
Author: Jennifer Faye
Publisher: Tule Publishing
Published: December 19th, 2017
This is a laugh out loud Marietta festive romance, one in which a neighbourly helping hand leads to a pretend romance with the potential to become real!
Suzanna Simms hasn’t told her parents that her latest romance ended months ago but now they’re returning to Marietta for the festive season so she’ll have to be honest with them – or will she? When Suzanna’s mother arrives early and meets Suzanna’s neighbour, Sergeant Jake Hamilton, she assumes he’s Suzanna’s boyfriend – and Jake doesn’t correct her! This leads to family festive events and a life-changing kiss under the mistletoe for this couple where reality may be far too hot to be pretend!
This is a heart-warming, festive romance – complete with a cat and a dog to help move things along. If you’re looking for a fun, festive romance, look no further – this one is delightful!
I requested and received a copy of this novel, via NetGalley. This is my honest review after choosing to read it.
Jaded by love, Suzanna Simms has resigned herself to focusing on her art business. But with Christmas quickly approaching, she receives word that her family is returning to Marietta. And Suzanna failed to mention that her latest relationship had ended abruptly. Now she’ll have to admit to her family that she failed at love—again.
Enter Sergeant Jake Hamilton, a new resident to Marietta and Suzanna’s next door neighbor. He’s not looking for anything permanent, he’s just passing through Marietta for the Christmas season, hoping to keep to himself. But when Suzanna’s family mistakenly assumes that Jake’s her boyfriend, he agrees to continue the charade.
Suzanna is certain she’s immune to his rugged good looks and sexy smile until they find themselves standing under the mistletoe. When Jake finds her kiss sweeter than her sugar cookies, he knows he’s in trouble. But it’s too late by then… the Christmas charade is on.