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Tuesday, December 15, 2009
Review - Mistletoe Rules by Stacey Joy Netzel
Title: Mistletoe Rules
Author: Stacey Joy Netzel
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Rating: You Gotta Read
Reviewed by: Jennifer
Blurb: Christmas recipe for love—combine a matchmaking Santa, lots of mistletoe, one iron-clad rule, fated hearts; mix and stir. The Riley siblings don't stand a chance.
Mistletoe Mischief: Christmas in July at the zoo is the last place single parents Eric Riley and Marissa Wilder expect to find love. Thanks to some mistletoe mischief in the form of their two young daughters and Santa, they discover Mistletoe Rules were not made to be broken.
Mistletoe Magic: Major Mark Riley plays Court Jester to Janelle Walsh's Snow Queen at the Christmas Parade and is instantly captivated by the cute redhead whose grandpa just happens to be Santa. When Mark learns she's the tenant he evicted from his newly purchased property, it's going to take a little bit of Santa's mistletoe magic to save their romance.
Mistletoe Match-up: When Lisa Riley comes home for Mark's Christmas Eve wedding, her high school rivalry with Janelle's cousin, Derek Walsh, picks up right where it left off, only this time Derek's got the upper hand. Santa bides his time as they battle it out because he's waited a whole year for this mistletoe match-up.
Review: Three stories in one book. I love that Ms. Netzel has included all three stories in one book. So many times I read a book and wonder about the other characters. This time I didn't have to do that. They were all in here and all had great stories. I LOVED this series. They were sweet stories, written well, with a bit of hotness in them, and hard to put down. All three were good, but I think Mistletoe Magic was my favorite. I especially liked the vision of Mark in tights. Makes me want to get some mistletoe. Thanks for the great reading!