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A Mistletoe Christmas | Carly Cassidy | Cathy McDavid | Marin Thomas | Book Review

A Mistletoe Christmas is a collection of three stories each set in the small Texas town of Mistletoe. In each of these stories, there is holiday cheer, second chance romance, and of course tons of mistletoe. They were easy, quick reads that helped get me in my Christmas in July spirit.

Santa’s Mistletoe Mistake by Carla Cassidy is the first story in the collection. It follows a rancher named Jake who becomes entangled with his neighbor Melody and her daughter Libby. Little does he know that Libby has asked Santa for the perfect prince for her mother. This is a sweet story about unexpected connections, second chances, and the power of the holiday spirit.

A Merry Little Wedding by Cathy McDavid is a story of Emma finding back her true love with Noah after they split up just before their wedding. This one has some sweet funny moments with misunderstandings, reconnections, and steamy kisses under the mistletoe. It was probably my favorite of the three stories.

The final story Mistletoe Magic by Marin Thomas is about a mischievous father trying to help his son Cooper find true love with single mother Finley with two sons. There is alot of “accidental” moments where Finley and Cooper are left along together which were sweet. Both characters have some individual baggage which they needed to work through in order to find their true happiness together.

All in all, the stories within A Mistletoe Christmas provide the perfect touch of holiday comfort for the reader. They are quick reads that make you feel ready to celebrate the season and seize each moment of happiness which is brought to you. You never know what might happen!

Rating: 3 Stars

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