- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 1 hour and 5 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Audible Studios
- Audible.com Release Date: March 24, 2015
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00T6PQMNE
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Mistletoe Magic Audiobook – Unabridged
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While Noah was caring for the kitten, he kept Caitlin posted on its progress. He did this for two reasons. Keeping the client's owner informed was professional and, also, he wanted an excuse to talk to Caitlin. She appreciated the updates. But she found that seeing Noah with the sick kitten made him even more attractive to her.
This is written in dual POVs, letting us get to know Caitlin and Noah and a bit of their history. A lot was packed into this short story but it never felt rushed.
If you are looking for a nice, quick Christmas romance, you should read Mistletoe Magic.
So. Since this is a very short story any review has the potential to say far too much. I’m going to go with the simplest comment: Mistletoe Magic reunites former college sweethearts who lost touch – and one adorable kitten in trouble. And more than that would give too much away.
It’s a fun story, one that will warm your heart and have you believing in Christmas miracles.
The character development was acceptable for a story this size, although I would have liked to see more into each of their lives. Caitlin is a kind, sweet, small town girl and Noah is a career driven city boy who is only in Caitlin's small town to repay his student loans from vet school. While each character muses that the other has changed tremendously since they knew each other in college, we don't really see it and we just have to take their word for it. I would personally have loved a couple flashbacks to their college days, one of a happy time from Noah's perspective and the memory of their break-up from Caitlin's would have been awesome. They also would have made the book longer, but a girl can dream, right.
In spite of the lack of those flashbacks I want, the story was well structured. It alternated between Caitlin and Noah's POVs, so we did get to see at least a little of both sides of the story. The small conflict that brings Caitlin and Noah together seems perfectly reasonable and realistic and the story flowed really well.
My one complaint, and if you read my reviews often you know it's one I frequently have, is that there were a few too many spelling and grammar errors for a book this size. There really weren't a whole lot, but in 41 pages, I really don't expect to find more than one, maybe two, errors of this nature. And I'm a stickler for spelling and grammar, so it has to be mentioned.
Overall I give this story 4 out of 5 stars. It was entertaining, heartwarming like a holiday story should be, and didn't have any huge structural issues. I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a short but sweet holiday read this Christmas season.