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The Holiday Boyfriend: A Stand-Alone YA Contemporary Romance Novel (The Boyfriend Series Book 4) Kindle Edition
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Overall this was cute and sweet. Lots of misunderstandings due to lack of communication but in the end we get a wonderful romance with bumps along the way.
The parents in this are horrendous. Will’s take the cake. I mean they can’t even come home at the holidays. He seems to be left alone and being raised by Sharon who works for his parents. Emma’s dad was not that great either. he did try to change at the end but still the way he was with her at the beginning wow. just wow.
Will and Colin you instalove. Colin is so precocious. Will is the perfect sweet adorable and understanding guy. I love how he brings New York alive for colin and Emma. He does it not because he wants to impress but because he wants to help Emma get to know her soon to be brother. He wants them to have a wonderful Christmas. Something he isn’t going to get because his family has pretty much forgotten him. Will is so sweet, kind, generous, forgiving and his idea at what is the perfect gift is wonderful. To him a tradition is better than any gift money can buy. The christmas tree and staring up in it is examples of this.
Emma takes time to get used to. She is stubborn and doesn’t give people a chance to explain things. She goes by what she sees on social media when it came to Will and not what she knew of him. She broke his heart because of social media and when she saw him again treated him really badly at first. She ran hot and cold with him and truly confused Will.Poor guy but he knew what he wanted and always has so he was patient and hoped that Emma would see him for who he is and let him in again. Emma learns that you can’t always believe what is on social media and that talking to someone and asking the person is the only way to go because it helps avoid misunderstandings and possible heartache.
The story is sweet and precious when it comes to Will and his views on family and love. He is so kind and loyal. at the end I loved how he stood up to those causing toxicity in his life and harming his chance to have love and a future with Emma. The story intoxicates you into the warm fuzzies with the chance to see two best friends finally admit their feelings, let go of the past pain and take a chance at love and brings Xmas in NY alive for you. So glad Will and Emma got another chance and you hope that their future is filled with love and happiness with each other.
A wonderful sweet holiday story that is clean and precious but also just warms the heart. A curl up in front of the fire with cocoa and just enjoy read.
Emma Rhodes was once the reigning Teen Queen of her Private Academy; Manhatten was her playground. However, she's not been back to Manhatten since her parent's divorce. She fled the city with a broken family and a broken heart. Now she's returning for the Christmas Holiday with great apprehension and high hopes. She's missed the city, her dad, and her one-time best friend/secret crush Will Taylor. However, her return isn't what she expected. Her father has a new life, a new family, her best friend isn't available, and Will seems to have moved on to her biggest rival Liz. But are things really what they seem? Can Emma put aside the hurt, possibly forgive in order to get what she wants?
Emma and Will are fantastic characters. Childhood friends who could be so much more. There's something so sweet about someone knowing you so well that not only do they know your favorite chocolate, but they also know your secret gestures and they find them adorable. Someone you can be totally comfortable with and who makes you tingle is someone to hold onto. Someone who knows what you need better than you do, someone whose first and last thought is you is irreplaceable. These two are adorable. As is Colin. This little bundle of energy is delightful. I was not a fan of the parents. Will's parents don't deserve the title (although Sharon was wonderful) and I couldn't get over the first impression of Emma's parents. So no. The classmates embody the worst of spoiled, entitled rich kids, again, not a fan. The final character is the city. It's the most vibrant city in the world, but around Christmas, it moves to another level. Each New York City detail in this story showed its allure. The city provided a captivating backdrop for Emma and Will.
This is a story about second chances. It's a story of Christmas, history, and hope. It's also a coming of age story in the best sense set during the most magical season of the year. Growing up is painful. Noone can escape it. Misunderstandings and betrayals occur, feelings are hurt, relationships fall apart, hearts are broken. We all get bruised. Those we open our hearts to, those we let closest to us, those we love the most are often the ones to cause us the most pain. They are also the ones to bring us the greatest happiness. Love is the one thing always worth taking a chance for. Emma knows she can't have her life back, but she knows what she wants. Will's future is clear to him. Can they be brave enough to go after happiness? Do you believe in mistletoe and miracles?