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Christmas Catch: A Holiday Novella by [Cameron, Chelsea M., The 12 NAs of Christmas]
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  • File Size: 1108 KB
  • Print Length: 72 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: October 25, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00G76ZZSI
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This was a quick read about Ivy and Sawyer, high school sweethearts who see each other again after two years apart. I feel like the reasons behind their breakup isn't fully explained, I wish there was just a little more back story. Especially since it was obvious that they hadn't moved on and were both still in love with each other. The ending was kind of abrupt, I think a small epilogue would have been nice.

I liked it, didn't love it, but if you are looking for a cute Christmas read, give this a try.
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I had this novella on my Kindle for almost a year. I almost read it a few times, but figured it was best left to be read closer to the holiday season. I think, now having finished it, that it was a good decision. Even as a person who doesn't celebrate the holidays much, it had a lighthearted, good-time cheer to it that I needed with winter settling on around me.

Like other Cameron books I've read, there's a great sense of place in Christmas Catch. As usual I felt connected with the setting of this small town in Maine. I also felt a good connection with Ivy, the main character, with her attitude toward her hometown; the good and the bad. I feel that this added to my uncertainty of the story's outcome, as well. For a story without too much depth, this was a welcomed uncertainty.

Christmas Catch was just what I needed to read this time of year. Even if I didn't feel it's in the same league as Cameron's novels that I've read so far, it's still a great read since ultimately I base a book on itself. If the author writes more about Ivy and Sawyer, I'll be sure to read it.
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So I loved this one. LOVED! This was exactly what I needed in a Christmas novella: steam, a bit of angst, love, and holiday cheer! I am really into the whole idea of rekindling a romance after being separated. However, Ivy does not make this easy. Her entire life the plan has been simple: get out of Saltwater, Maine. She dreads going back home for Christmas- yet her mother begs for her to come home so they can all be together again. Reluctantly, Ivy agrees and finds that things are exactly as she left them, save for the boy she left behind. Of course the one person she actually didn't want to get away from is the one she would run into first.

I really liked Sawyer. He's a good guy who has gotten dealt some rather unfortunate hands. He was hurt deeply when Ivy decided they should end things before parting ways to attend school. Now, they keep running into one another and the tension between them is high. Ivy is genuinely sorry for how she left things with him, yet she knows she is not there to stay and neither one can survive the heartache again. Things with Ivy and Sawyer were awesome when they were together. I don't think ending things with him were really what she wanted, but she really felt as if she had no other choice. Both were going to different schools and it's hard to hold on to that high school love when you know you will be separated.

Ivy's family, while a bit crazy, really do love her and want what's best for her. Even if that means playing matchmaker! I love how Ivy's mom meddles and sticks her nose in her and Sawyer's business.

"Why doesn't she just shove the two of us in my room, lock the door and tell us that we're not allowed out until we've re-consummated our relationship? Actually, it wouldn't shock me if she did that.
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Ivy Emerson grew up in a small tiny fishing village in Maine and she couldn't wait to leave. After graduating as the valedictorian of her 10 classmates she packed up and left behind her family and her boyfriend for Columbia University. Two years later her overbearing Mother begs her to come home for the holidays where she ends up running back into her first love, Sawyer McCallister. Will the holiday joy convince Ivy that home is where the heart is?

Ivy is definitely torn. She loves going to school at Columbia but she misses her family and her small town (even if she won't admit it to herself). She also misses Sawyer (which she also won't admit to herself). He is her one and only love. He hasn't forgotten her or how much he loved her. It was just so sweet to read about Ivy and Sawyer reconnect with their past via their inside jokes and memories. They were two peas in a pod growing up and the two years apart hasn't changed them much. They still fit together like a glove. There was just enough laughter and love to balance them out.

I love Christmas stories. For some reason, books about the holidays just warm my heart. Big family get togethers and traditions are so uplifting. Ivy's family was a joy to read about. They were fun, quirky, and loving. The small town antics and matchmaking between the families was hilarious. I loved the little nuances of the small town fishing village, too. The story was touching and heartfelt. It was warm and cozy. The perfect read for a cold winter's day in front of the fire place! 4 Stars for Christmas Catch! Enjoy!
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My first Christmas read of the year, and it was a good one! I've been to Maine many times, although never at Christmas, and I loved the way the author captured small-town coastal Maine in this story. I could smell the ocean and feel the snap of the cold in the air. The novella was really fun, really sweet, and really sexy--including what may be the only romantic scene with parents nearby I've ever read, that manages to actually be hot and not-awkward! Okay, that sounded weird, but...read the story, you'll see what I mean! Oh, and I LOVED Sawyer's nickname for Ivy!
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