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- Print Length: 191 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Snowflake Press (October 28, 2016)
- Publication Date: October 28, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01M6A8D2O
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #73,967 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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In this story we get to know Austin and Michelle and Austin's family. Michelle and Austin meet each other in a men's bathroom. Yep you read that right. She walked into one by accident and he was in there LOL. They kissed under the mistletoe later that night and ended up in the paper... Well the reason it ended up in the paper is Austin is new in town to help a struggling Drug company make their image look better.
Michelle is a teacher (she ends up teaching Austin's youngest daughter) and is a member of the animals rights group fighting to end animal testing that the drug co is doing.
Reading this book we get to see both sides of the story. We get to see love developing not just between Austin and Michelle but between the children and Michelle as well. I really loved this book and highly recommend it.
He works for company that test new drugs on animals and she is a protester against his company. Will they be able to get together?
Lindzee has written another wonderful story.
I'm looking forward to reading more of her books.
Michelle is an animal lover, a vegan, and very active in an animal activist group. Austin is the new marketing director for her sworn enemy, a company who tests on animals. While this story touches on important topics, I felt it moved past that and I learned that as hard as it can be, it is possible to separate a person from an action, or in this case, a business.
On the emotional side, I was actually brought to tears during part of the story. I relished the romantic connection these characters shared. And I adored the way they each interacted with the O'Neal kids. Austin is an amazing dad and those kids are his main concern, as they should be, but when it comes down to it, he's a very good man. Michelle has an invested interest in them as well and is a very spirited woman, one who gets very emotional involved and attached. Although they're both quick to jump to conclusions, I love that they learn--trust is key. The magic of the mistletoe strikes again and leaves the reader with an overall satisfaction.
Content: mild romance (kisses); mild violence involving animals.
A kiss shouldn't be this complicated.
When Michelle Collins accidentally walks into the men’s restroom at a holiday party, she doesn’t expect it to end with a toe-tingling kiss under the mistletoe. But the magic of the moment quickly dies when she realizes the mystery man is Austin O’Neal, the new marketing director of the pharmaceutical company she’s sworn to destroy. Michelle will do anything to protect animals from unfair lab testing—even go up against the first man to make her feel alive.
With the ink on his divorce papers barely dry, Austin is struggling to help his three children adjust to a new town as he tries to adjust to a new job—one that comes with a lot of baggage that Michelle helped create. Falling for the strong-willed animal rights activist who is ruining the company image is definitely not in the plans.
When Michelle’s dog is hit by a car and Austin is the unexpected hero, their perceptions of each other—and the causes they fight for—are challenged. Can one impulsive kiss be the foundation for a happily ever after?
This is another winner by Armstrong. I really enjoyed this sweet story, and I especially loved Austin. The poor guy had been through so much, and I loved his kids. But I especially loved how honorable he was, even though Michelle couldn't make herself believe it. She has serious trust issues. :D
4 1/2 out of 5 stars.
This was a cute read. I started out kind of wondering if I this was my kind of read, due to some drinking in the opening scenes. I was pleasantly surprised as this turned into an introspective, romance, with passionate characters (passionate about their values, beliefs, and desire to be honest and forthright). Loved the issues that were explored. I firmly believe in doing good, and this definitely showed the main characters examining themselves, their motivations, and how they interacted with each other and the community and public at large. Some cute coincidences, nice family, and lots of chemistry and pull towards each other. Definitely would recommend this! I think of all the series this is my favorite of her novels!
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