Wrap your heart around a cozy little romance that starts with a red wool scarf, an angel or two, and ends with Ben Logan and Lucy Fielding under the mistletoe. An uplifting tale of romance and faith for the holidays.
Sharing my thoughts…
Oh my goodness, y’all, I have to tell you about this cute little novella! My favorite holiday read this season! It’s a shortie–89 pages, which includes a preview for The Rosetti Curse–but don’t let that stop you from scooping it up. It’s a great read to curl up with during the holiday season, with several laugh out loud moments, nothing heavy or weighty, and a sigh-worthy ending. Humorous, sometimes sarcastic, totally realistic, flirty and fun dialog kept the story moving at a fast clip.
“It is possible that I may have overdone it.”
Ben glared at her.
“How far did you traverse, oh skilled athlete?”
Lucy gasped. “Twenty miles?”
Ben nodded, which set her off again.
“This from a guy who thinks the walk from the parking lot to the elevator is strenuous exercise?” She clutched the files to her chest and began to laugh.
“It’s not that funny.”
“Sure it is.”
“Good to know I can count on you for support.”
“I have ibuprofen. Is that support enough for you?”
See what I mean? 🙂
Lucy’s a planner, an antique prowler, and an avid Yankees fan. Ben has known her practically his entire life.
Don’t you just adore friends-to-lovers stories?? :insert dreamy sigh:
Of course Ben’s reluctant to reveal his feelings to Lucy. Doing so would ruin their bestie status, but also because she’s engaged. Not that Ben really expects her to go through with the wedding. And especially not after a deceased….well, you’ll just have to read the book to find out who, makes some surprise visits, encouraging Ben to make a move…
A sweet hero who proves his faithfulness and love, a heroine who finally realizes the treasure right in front of her all along, and a friendship that expands into something much deeper. Like I said, tough to put down. Plan to read it all in one sitting. You can thank me later. I’m off in search of more Tina Radcliffe books…
What’s your favorite holiday read so far this season?
Disclaimer: I purchased Under the Mistletoe while it was free on Amazon. This review is my fair and unbiased opinion, and I was in no way compensated.