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Thursday, December 2, 2010

Review - Underneath the Mistletoe by Rebecca Goings


Title: Underneath the Mistletoe
Author: Rebecca Goings
Publisher: Champagne Publishing
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Rating: You Need to Read

Reviewed by: Val


Blurb:
Faith Jenkins has lost her faith in Christmas.  Not only did she never celebrate Christmas as a child, but last year, a few days before the holiday, she was dumped by the man she thought was "The One".  To save herself from further
heartache, she's vowed never to let another man into her heart.

Enter Jeremy Kitteridge, Faith's fun-loving neighbor, a man who adores Christmas and seems to adore Faith as well.  His sexy smiles and obvious advances are not lost on her, but she's determined to keep her promise to herself, guarding her heart.  Yet Jeremy is just as determined to show Faith the magic of Christmas come hell or high water!

When Jeremy finally gets her underneath the mistletoe, will he be able to slip under her armor and win her heart?  Or will Faith be too afraid to take another chance on love?

Review:
There's nothing like a Christmas story to get you in the spirt. Lacking Christmas spirit? Well Rebecca Goings will fix you right up with Underneath the Mistletoe which was an incredibly funny and entertaining read. Faith was a woman much like myself and I just had to laugh at some of the things she said and did. My favorite line was when Faith said to Jeremy "I need to borrow your thingy". That was too funny. Jeremy's character was to die for. Such a sweet and arrogant man. I never thought the two went together until I read this story. Rebecca Goings writes about real characters with real issues. She is one of my favorite authors and this novella proves why. If you are looking for a comedic, saucy and quick Christmas read to get you in the spirit of Christmas, look no further, you've found it.

1 comment:

  1. Sounds great! Will look this one up.
    Liz Arnold
    MESSAGE TO LOVE
    The Wild Rose Press
    lizarnoldbooks.wordpress.com

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