Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Prah, Constantine, Baryeh Review. #novella #romance #book #HolidayFiction

I can hear the hustle and bustle of the season, and Empi Baryeh has been overwhelmed and won't be reviewing this month, but we look forward to hearing from her in February. Our review team takes off for the holidays, and with Thanksgiving being later than normal in the USA, it gives little time to prepare for this joyous occasion. I'm in the process of baking cookies and putting the finishing touches, like ribbons and bows, on my Christmas gifts. What are you in the process of doing for the holidays?

It's our last review of the year! And we read 
Wedding at Mistletoe Chalet by Dani Collins. 

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?

Cathrina's Review:

I immediately fell in love with this cover. It's what sold me and the blurb with the ensuing romance to come. While there was quite a bit of wrapping presents and holiday trimming and managing the mistletoe chalet, Finn Garrett didn't make an appearance in the chalet until chapter five. 

I enjoyed Sarah, and the family that owned the chalet. And the author pens a picturesque scene after scene of the beauty of Mistletoe Chalet. It is a sweet, clean romance, but for me, it was a slow read. 

Nana Prah might have a differing opinion. Let's head over to her blog and read her review!