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"A slow burning, sweetly sexy second chance story." -- Ceecee Houston"Give me a Christmas romance, and I become as excited as a four-year-old seeing Santa's delivery. K.A. Linde delivers a frothy, gooey romance that will make you smile and swoon." -- Vox Libris Blog
"Ohmigosh! I just loved this Christmas romance!" -- Messy Bun Book Blog"This is my first book from K.A. Linde and she did an excellent job bringing me into this world without feeling like I was missing anything. It definitely won't be my last by her!" -- Curl Up With Books
"The premise is realistic and spirited: the romance is seductive and tender; the characters are sassy, imaginative and dynamic. A WRIGHT CHRISTMAS is a wonderful and impassioned tale for your holiday reading." -- Sandy S.
"Romantic and sweet with a dash of sexy tossed in, A Wright Christmas was filled with wishes, dreams, and holiday magic! 5 stars!" -- Janine Reads
- File size : 2722 KB
- Publication date : November 17, 2020
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publisher : K.A. Linde Inc. (November 17, 2020)
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- ASIN : B084DB6G9Z
- Print length : 246 pages
- Language: : English
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #12,460 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Peyton Medina has been a principal dancer for the NYC ballet for over a decade and only comes home to Lubbock, TX for a few days at a time to see her family. This year she agreed to stay in Texas for a month to help with the nutcracker performance in Lubbock. The last person she ever thought she would reconnect with is her high school love.
Issac Donoghue is a single dad to a beautiful 5 year old little girl who loves to dance. He never thought he would run into his first love at LBC but seeing Peyton again is making him feel so many different things. Issac is determined to give Peyton every reason to want to stay in his life this time.
This was a sweet and sexy feel good romance perfect for the upcoming holiday season. Fans of the Wright series will get to see a few familiar faces too .
This second chance love story begins when professional ballerina Peyton returns home for a month to guest dance in her Texas town’s Christmas production of the Nutcracker. She left Lubbock behind over 16 years ago, never looking back as she pursued her NYC dreams of being a dancer. But she left more than her family behind- she also left behind her first love- Isaac. The boy who let her go, who refused to stand in the way of her dreams. Sure enough, she quickly bumps into Isaac when she returns home, but not in the place she expected: at the ballet studio while Isaac is picking up his 5 year old daughter. Their unresolved feelings never went away- and even though these two are adults now and live totally different lives, the love between them still shines. They sweetly, but reluctantly, rekindle their romance, but the problems that existed before have never gone away, their priorities are still misaligned. Peyton still has dreams in NYC, and they now have something even more important at risk- the happiness of Isaac’s little girl.
The love story here is tender and sweet- with a bit of an instalove feel, but that is because these two have a history. The chemistry builds naturally, we have some delightful side characters, and Isaac is SO DREAMY. And as a dad? OH man, ovaries exploding. He’s kind, empathetic, sexy, considerate, and so forgiving. And he is so devoted to Peyton, despite years apart. He’s so likable immediately, but Peyton took longer for me to figure out- mostly because what we know about her is her career, and I felt like we didn’t get to know her as well until we see her start to interact at the dance school and with Isaac, then she had more dimension. They’ve got a warm little sizzle between them - their relationship both sweet and sexy. But, I did find myself having to suspend disbelief about their time apart- they seemingly ended civilly and Isaac knows all of Peyton’s family, yet they had no contact in 16 years and Peyton knew nothing about his life. That contrasted with how quickly they feel back together felt a smidge easy- but I also appreciate the lack of hostility or anger. IN fact, Isaac still respects and supports her decision. SEE? Dreamy.
This love story is one of second chances- of compromising and determining when love matters enough to make it work, even if it isn’t easy or even when you have to give a little. A mature kind of love. The way the story ended up was unexpected but charming- and even though I wanted a smidge more Christmasy stuff (it was less about Christmas and more just happened to be Christmas), I love nothing more than seeing people fall in love (or in this case, fall in love again) during the holidays! A sweet, charming read that will give you some swoons and some holiday feels.
Peyton is a dancer and dance has always come first in her life. She's spent the last 16 years or so in NYC as a principal dancer and is back in her hometown of Lubbock for the holidays. It's at her old dance studio that she runs into her first love, Isaac, and his daughter.
Peyton and Isaac were in love once upon a time, but the distance was too much for them. Now they are both in the same town (at least temporarily) and that old flame has rekindled. They have such a great friendship, and amazing chemistry, but what will happen when it's time for Peyton's to go back to the big city?
I loved that this was a sweet holiday romance without too much angst or drama. It was a nice treat for the holiday season. It's set in the 'Wright' universe, so if you've read those books you'll get to see some of your old favorites. I especially loved the NYC cameo ;) If you haven't read any of Linde's previous works, this can certainly be read as a complete stand alone.
If you're looking for a book that will make you smile and swoon, pick up A Wright Christmas!