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A Kiss for Christmas: A Holiday Collection Kindle Edition
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An unlikely couple found themselves gotten snowed in on their way to a wedding, and a game of truth or dare found they have hidden feelings toward each other...
A writer asked for rustic accommodations at a lakeside inn... except there's no power to do his writing... and no muse. Until he met the vivacious innkeeper who wanted to get out of this town...
A woman found that the holidays she planned for New York City winter holiday with her BF just went up in smoke. Can the hot musician show her some real appreciation?
Each of these novellas are fast, with just enough plot and twist to satisfy. I recommend this collection and other books from this author.
Unwrapped starts with Lacey trying to get to Beachwood Bay for her bff Juliet's wedding. At the airport as she is frantically trying to catch her plane she runs into Daniel. Daniel whom Juliet dumped for Emerson. Daniel whom Lacey has always had a crush on. Daniel whom Lacey knows can never be hers no matter how much she might want him. She thinks it is just a simple, awkward two minute run in until she gets on the plane and find he is sitting right next to her!
So this would be fine enough, but then they both get stranded by a snowstorm and things really heat up. They both want the other, but both think the other has never like them. Daniel thinks that Lacey has always seen him as this stuffy no fun suit, and Lacey thinks Daniel would never want someone like her as he wants that nice perfect little wife. It was really fun watching them both want to do something, but try and hold off since the other person obviously doesn't want them. Oh fun times.
Of course stuff happens and then there are issues as they both keep assuming the other person doesn't really care about them. Add in the fact that they are trying to get Lacey to Daniel's ex's wedding and it is just like ah! Just talk you two! Stop pretending you don't care when you do! It was great. Hot and fun and yeah. Loved how it ended with a great Christmas wedding. Really a fun read and I might have to check out more in the series. Maybe I just wasn't in the right mood when I read Unbroken. We shall see.
This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland
There were a few spelling errors and at least once the point of view switched from third person to first but it was literally once word in a sentence, so it wasn’t enough to pull me out of the story.
Anyway, Lacey James has always had a crush on Daniel Sullivan. However, she never acted on her feelings, because her best friend was dating him at the time. What a conundrum. So, she always gave the image she was a party girl in college. Granted she has tamed her ways, Lacey wouldn't be the type of girl Daniel would end up. After all he has to have an image to uphold and a party girl isn't in his future.
Anyway, what happens is they have a chance encounter at the airport and pretty much they are on the same flight. A lot of things happen and they end up together. Lacey believes he's still in love her best friend and Daniel isn't sure why he's attracted to Lacey. So, they both have feelings for one another, but there that misunderstanding.
Honestly, I didn't really have a problem with Lacey and Daniel getting together. After all opposites do attract. My only issue is that the story was too short and felt rush. However, it was a sweet holiday read with some steam between these two. So, if you are looking for something like this or you have read the previous Beachwood books, you might want to read Unwrapped.
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