12 Days of Christmas Books
For the next 12 days I am highlighting Christmas Books. There are new releases, some of my favorite rereads, and some new to me reads. There are a lot of quick reads and a few full-length novels. I hope you enjoy the upcoming posts and find some holiday books to enjoy!
12 Days of Christmas Books: Day 7
Wedding at Mistletoe Chalet by Dani Collins
Tule Publishing (November 8, 2018)
Eager for a home-style Christmas while she considers a career shift, Kristen Benz leaps on the temporary job at Mistletoe Chalet. Soon she’s wrapping presents, trimming the tree, and helping her new boss’s tween daughter plan a Christmas Eve vow renewal for her parents. The holiday is imbued with a magical glow—especially when Kristen’s high school sweetheart appears on the doorstep.
After years of medical school, Finn Garrett has promised his parents he’ll be home for the holidays. His detour to see his first love is supposed to provide closure, not rekindle their long-ago romance.
Can a matchmaking tween and the magic of Mistletoe Chalet spark the happily ever after that eluded them in the past?
“They stood at a fresh crossroads, and this time, his gut told him, taking the path away from her would be the wrong one.”
Some of must haves for my holiday reading romances are a snowy scene, beautifully described setting and decorations, traditions, and family. Wedding at Mistletoe Chalet has all that and more. A sweet, clean, holiday romance gives a former couple who are establishing themselves in their careers a second chance at romance. The secondary characters are wonderful too and play a big part in this story. If you’re looking for a sweet, drama free Christmas romance, I think you’ll enjoy Wedding at Mistletoe Chalet.
ARC provided by Tule Publishing via Netgalley
Reviewed by Comfy Chair Books/Lisa Reigel (October 11, 2018)
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
USA Today Bestselling author, winner of 2013 Reviewer’s Choice Award from Romantic Times Book Reviews
Before making my first sale to Harlequin Mills & Boon in 2012, I spent two decades writing and submitting to every publisher with a transom while holding down a day job and raising a family with my high school sweet heart. Since then, I’ve gone to contract on over forty books.
While Harlequin Presents remains my first love, I also write romantic comedy, medieval fantasy romance, erotic romance, and small-town contemporary romance for Tule Publishing’s Montana Born. In fact, I write just about anything, so long as it’s romance. P.S. I’m also Canadian.