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Christmas Wish List

Thursday, January 6, 2022

Christmas Wish List (2021) N.R. Walker (Hartbridge Christmas)

Christmas Wish ListLast year I read Tic-Tac-Mistletoe which was cute and sweet, so I was pretty sure I was getting cute and sweet here.

Cass inherited an old manor and has spent the last two years turning it into a modern B&B. He just needs a chef to help him through his opening.

Jayden may be from Australia, but has come to love winters in the US, and he is especially looking forward to his upcoming Christmas gig–and getting to spend Christmas in (hopefully) the snow.

“Some days I forget it’s even there. Then other days it takes my breath away,” I replied. “The colours don’t just change by the season. They change by the hour and with every angle of the sun.”

Cass loves where he is, and is going to make things work, from his B&B to his relationships with his parents, ex-wife and kids.

Jayden has been drifting from place to place and job to job, but he’s beginning to wonder if he might like to stop drifting and settle down somewhere.

I loved all the cooking in this book. Even if lots of it was stuff I wouldn’t eat (ie meat) it all sounded fantastic. And I appreciated the prep and work that went into making food for a large number of people.

And was amused by this:

Once the cookies were in the oven baking, Cass took both kids to wash their hands properly in the bathroom while I began to tidy up the kitchen. I had no idea kids could make so much mess.

Even now she is in double digits, I still find sprinkles after making Christmas cookies with my niece.

Cute and sweet and precisely what I needed after the Lovecraftian monsters of the previous book.

Publisher: BlueHeart Press
Rating: 7.5/10

Categories: 7.5/10, eBook, Food, Good Cover, LGBT, Romance, Sexual Content
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