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Mistletoe Mischief (Romancing Wisconsin Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Romancing Wisconsin Series Book 1
This series is about Love finding a way to bloom in Wisconsin during any season.
Christmas in July at a zoo for Eric Riley and Marissa Wilder who are both single parents and both have a daughter the same age. Reese Riley and Heather Wilder have met recently and hit it off 100%. Marissa’s day had not started off in the best way. Eric was supposed to be with the children however he got interrupted on his way to the school by an automobile accident. He saved a man’s life. First she thinks of Eric as a no show dad but once she hears the reason she changes her mind. Eric does not bring up the fact he was at the accident since he does not like to brag. vvSo Marissa was filling in on this class trip for him. She had heels on as she was not expecting to walk around the zoo. She ended up hurting her ankle when the heel on her shoe got stuck between 2 boards. Eric being a paramedic checked out her ankle. She got a ride in a golf cart that was done up in Christmas things, candy cane and holly boughs and even a mistletoe and a driver that looked like Santa. Reese reminded her dad that the rule is if you’re under the mistletoe you have to kiss. Santa would not move till they did. He is quite the match maker. The Summer Santa was dressed in red boxer shorts and matching flip-flops. Santa had a way for Marissa to get an x-ray without a trip to the hospital, after all the zoo had one for x-ray’s they needed for animals.
Eric is impressed by her making an alphabet score sheet for the girls to fill out about the animals they see. Both Eric and Marissa had their own stories but they sure were two people worthy of finding love again.
Later Marissa is impressed with the wood working that Eric does. He has a military back ground also.
I won’t spoil anymore about the story of Santa Butch’s tricks and also Eric, Marissa, Reese and Heather.
Could not wait to read more books of the series to learn more about Santa Butch, his wife Judy, and the Riley family!
Look for Mistletoe Magic.
Eric does construction work, is an EMT- Paramedic, and builds custom made furniture. I love a man who is creative and clever with his hands and Eric is good with his hands in many different ways.
Both Eric and Marissa are devoted parents, putting to shame their ex-spouses who have very little involvement in their own kids upbringing.
This is the third book I've read by this author and I look forward to many more.
The story is short, and it does end abruptly, but the epilogue ties everything up. It's a simple love story. The only complaint I have it that there were too many curse words. Otherwise, it wasn't bad.