When Macy Carter’s parents order her to bring her live-in boyfriend Sean home with her for Christmas she has no idea that her little white lie is just about to snowball into a fabrication of monstrous proportions. Sean isn’t her boyfriend, he’s her boss. Now she has to reveal the lie she’s been telling her family for the past two years or hastily concoct an elaborate ruse to fool them instead.
When Macy tells Sean Mathis of her predicament he does what any gentleman would - he laughs and then agrees to help her out. Little does he know that one misplaced word in their little scheme will backfire and land them both in the hot-seat.
Secluded in the mountains, surrounded by snow and good will, Sean and Macy can’t help looking like the perfect couple. So perfect that the family decides a Christmas wedding will make it a holiday none of them would ever forget!
While this book was first published in 2009, I had the opportunity to review it recently and I have to say, the classic holiday magical tale never gets old. There is just something about holiday stories that make me say 'ahhh' and Graison's Blame It On the Mistletoe is no exception.
Macy's belief, and lie to her family, about being involved with her boss of two years starts to unravel during a BIG holiday gathering. Between the silly antics of her siblings, her blunt-I-want-a son-in-law mother and her boss, Sean's, realization of being in love with Macy, made this quite an enjoyable read.
Graison's characters connect, the story premise is absolutely believable and the story flows onto the pages. I highly recommend Blame It On the Mistletoe for any romance fan who is looking for a quick read with a traditional HEA ending.
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Thursday, October 11, 2012
An Erotic Romance - Aron McCoy has sworn off women - except for sex. When Libby Fontaine arrives at Aron's Tebow Ranch, she is determined to cram a lifetime of living into a few short months. The doctor has told her that she can't count on her remission from leukemia being a permanent one. Their attraction to one another is instantaneous and overwhelming. But when Aron finds out that Libby is innocent - he backs off. He has nothing to offer a girl who deserves white lace and promises. Then Aron catches Libby pleasuring herself in his stock tank and hears her cry out his name - and the heat is on.
While this is NOT the first book I have read by Hunter, I have to say, it was one of the best. The way she weaves the characters and their connection, how she builds the anticipation and how she develops the premise, I was, as always with Ms Hunter's writing, pleased and applauding the hero and heroine. Not wanting to spoil the ending, let's just say Hunter knows how to tell a story with words and how to delve into a GOOD story line.
Her superb writing and attention to detail does not disappoint with Aron McCoy and Libby Fontaine's blossoming romance. Lovers of romance and erotic will love this self-published book and want more of Hunter's writing.
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