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Friday, December 11, 2009

Review - All I Want for Christmas by Cindy K. Green

Title: All I Want for Christmas

Author: Cindy K. Green

Publisher: Champagne Books

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Rating: You Gotta Read

Reviewed by: Jennifer

Best Friends or True Love? Only Santa Knows.

Kathryn Graham hates Christmas. She hates the snow, the decorations, the whole nine yards. Nick Pringle on the other hand can't get enough of the season. He may be her best friend and fellow writer at Redburn Weekly Magazine, but sometimes his exuberance gets on her very last nerve. Now they've been assigned to cover the orphan toy drive story. It's just a puff piece not the serious journalism Kathryn hopes for, but maybe—as Nick says—there are no old stories just new angles.
Nick Pringle has been in love with Kathryn practically since the day they met. When he realizes that she's lost her Christmas spirit, he figures he's just the guy to help her find it again. He enacts a plan to send her anonymous gifts from Secret Santa, but will any of this really make a difference in her? Will she ever see him as anything more than her smart-aleck partner even after their passionate kisses? Then again maybe he'll get what he wants for Christmas after all.

You should read this book simply because it is a great Christmas romance. It is the sweetest story I have read in awhile. I just loved Nick and his way of breaking into Kathryn's hard shell. The thrill of each day and the opening of Kathryn's desk drawer to find her next present. I want someone to give me 12 days of presents. How romantic. I also enjoyed the tension that started to happen between Nick and Kathryn as Nick got more involved in the gift giving. I also liked the underlying story of the orphan children. Such an awesome story!

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