- File Size: 576 KB
- Print Length: 258 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1945879513
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Tule Publishing (December 1, 2016)
- Publication Date: December 1, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01M1AO5RM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #144,124 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Montana Secret Santa (Love at the Chocolate Shop Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Krista had been burned and scalded by love before she moved to Copper Mountain. She also had issues with her estranged parents, which made her dislike Christmas. She found it hard to trust men, especially those with so much time in their hands but never had aspirations in life. When she was felled by a beagle and a dog sitter, it was only a matter of time before she'd make secret wishes with Santa Claus.
It's nice to meet new people again in my favorite fictional town of Marietta. A cup of Sage's delectable chocolate and a kennel of adorable dogs always make me feel at home in Montana. Krista may not be the easiest person to work with, given her distrust of men and familial issues with her parents. Jonah Andrews, as awkward and uncomfortable he may be of possibly opportunistic women, have somehow warmed my heart and delighted me with his passion for rescue dogs.
Montana Secret Santa is a sweet Christmas story that's sure to win your hearts and make you believe that love can conquer mountains and awaken sleeping hearts. A story of love and devotion, not only to the significant other, but also to the family and animals. Loved that this wasn't comprised of steamy scenes, but rather intriguing and sweet romances. A perfect holiday read from the talented Debra Salonen!
Ad exec Krista Martin, avoiding her angst-y Hollywood family, had settled in Marietta Montana to run her Big Sky Promotions. Feeling a bit too grinch-y, she joined the Secret Santa Society, and ended up as co-chair with the tech wunderkind Jonah Andrews, who's back for the Holidays from Silicon Valley. Krista can use the connections, and Jonah can use... her companionship, esp. when they spar over type of cocoa and chocolate. It was obvious to Jonah that Krista had lost her Christmas spirit a long time ago... and Secret Santa can help... right?
I wasn't sure if this is supposed to be enemies to lover, person who lost her Christmas spirit, or both. Krista just come across as depressed and apathetic, and she's supposed to be the local. Jonah, the cheery one rich wunderkind, was supposed to be just visiting... They don't fit well. There are interspersed moments of clarity and purpose, and some scenes worked, but overall, it just didn't feel warm and fuzzy to me.
I rate books differently than others. I use my stars a:
(*****5) can’t stop talking about it will do all of #4.
(****4) Will keep, reread, buy and pass on another copy and promote the author as best as I can.
(***3) Will pass on and share with others it was a great book keep as a reread as well when I get it back.
(**2) Will donate it to thrift store. Glad I read it but not worth reading again.
(*1) Not worth reading, great for a fire starter though.
For me this was not only a 5***** but a I hope there is much more!
This story lets us see that we are often too hard on ourselves. But other people can show us that we are better than we ever thought.
This sweet Christmas story will make you appreciate the season. It's a feel-good story that will leave you smiling.