Thursday, October 24, 2013

Review ~ The Christmas Key by Chacelyn Pierce

The Christmas Key by Chacelyn Pierce

Dumped before vacation, Shalaine Harper goes to Alaskan to drown out her sorrows on wine, watching Xander Christian films, and using a toasty fire to burn away the hurt. As one of Xander's biggest fans, fate deals her a strange hand when the Hollywood star is blown in before a snow storm.

Xander Christian finds himself stuck in Alaska and the closest safe haven is a cabin occupied by a woman dealing with heartache. Since neither bear gifts, they'll have to find other means for sharing the holiday spirit.

This was the first publication of Ms. Pierce's that I have had the pleasure of reading. Let me start by saying, I am a 'sucker' for snowbound love attractions. Now let me continue on with the story itself.

Ms. Pierce's ability to create a sensual love story starts slow (as they should be) and heightened with sexual tensions between the H/H evident and believable. The characters of Shay (and her movie star crush) of lead X. Christian made me fall in love with romance all over again.

The story weaves gently but yet has a powerful punch that will leave the reader loving the words Pierce created.

I highly recommend this read to romance lovers everywhere.

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  1. Thank you for hosting me today and for the lovely review.

  2. What a great review. I love stranded/trapped romance reads and was looking for something to add to my holiday traveling tbr pile. Thanks!