A Christmas Charade

Small Town Christmas, Book 2
By: D. Allen
Narrated by: Michele McNeal
Series: Small Town Christmas, Book 2
Length: 3 hrs and 32 mins
Categories: Romance
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It's time I found myself....

Desperate to please her family who wants to see her settle down, Charlotte is looking for someone to bring home to pose as her boyfriend. She's steadily been working her way up to her dream job at a magazine in New York City. But her success goes unnoticed by her family, who are more focused on the newest additions than Charlotte's professional conquests.

Totally surrounded in your circles....

Kaden Drake might be the new guy at the magazine, but it doesn't take long for Charlotte to catch his eye. When the editor-in-chief pairs them together for a project, Kaden sees it as the perfect opportunity to ask her out. Only, Charlotte has other ideas. 

Faced with another lonely Christmas, Kaden agrees to go with Charlotte to her family Christmas back home. Among the decorations and home-cooked meals, it doesn't take long for feelings between them to develop. But are they real or just a product of the charade?

©2018 D. Allen (P)2018 D. Allen

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contemporary romance

This was a fun contemporary romance most of the time. I liked the characters. Not suitable for young readers. I didn't like some of the language. I didn't like the inference that boyfriends and girlfriend need to sleep together. I believe that should be reserved for married couples. Otherwise, I felt it was a fun Christmas story.

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A Christmas Charade

A good Christmas story with a believable storyline and likable characters, the Narrator did a good job bringing it to life

"I was given this audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review."

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A cute, fake boyfriend, contemporary, holiday romance

A Christmas Charade is a cute, fake boyfriend, contemporary, holiday romance. The story is an engaging and quick paced with interesting characters, but there is not a lot of depth to it. It’s just a pleasant diversion.

The narrator of the audiobook does fine with the main character, but her male voice sounds somewhat robotic and some of her secondary characters sound annoyingly nasally. She is best when she sticks to her own voice.