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James Fulton is not a nice man. His dad taught him to destroy things, and he enjoyed doing it. When he was kicked out of Harvard for cheating, he could have taken it as a wake up call. 

He didn't. 

Paisley finds joy in simple things: snow cones, roller skates, kids. She doesn't have an ambitious bone in her body, but her friends don't mind. She cheers them on when they're up and supports them when they're down. Everyone loves Paisley, and for good reason. 

She's always there when you need her. 

When Paisley and James meet at a friend’s wedding, no one expects sparks to fly. They're far too different to ever be a good fit. 

Everyone is wrong. 

But Paisley has a secret. Something none of her friends know. When that secret calls her home, she must face all the things she has ignored. She needs help to survive, but asking for it will expose the truth she has been hiding. 

Her family has a debt, and to her great dismay, the debtor is business piranha James Fulton.

©2019 Bridget E. Baker (P)2020 Bridget E. Baker

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Great Christmastime Love Story

I have read this book twice already and was excited to have it as an audio book to keep me company while I putter around the house. This author includes great friendships, complicated family dynamics and loss and heartache in an uplifting story of love, hope, forgiveness and change. I've loved Paisley for several books now and I love getting to finally know her background and to see her bring out the best in yet another person. She is awesome! I have listened to several books narrated by Araya, but this was my first one with a male author and Crais has a great voice for the irresistible James Fulton.

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Happy Sigh!

WHAT IT'S ABOUT
Once a bad boy, always a bad boy?
James Fulton is not a nice man. His dad taught him to destroy things, and he enjoyed doing it. When he was kicked out of Harvard for cheating, he could have taken it as a wake up call.

He didn't.

Paisley finds joy in simple things: snow cones, roller skates, kids. She doesn't have an ambitious bone in her body, but her friends don't mind. She cheers them on when they're up and supports them when they're down. Everyone loves Paisley, and for good reason.

She's always there when you need her.

When Paisley and James meet at a friend’s wedding, no one expects sparks to fly. They're far too different to ever be a good fit.

Everyone is wrong.

But Paisley has a secret. Something none of her friends know. When that secret calls her home, she must face all the things she has ignored. She needs help to survive, but asking for it will expose the truth she has been hiding.

Her family has a debt, and to her great dismay, the debtor is business piranha James Fulton.

MY TAKE
How does this series just keep getting better?

First about the book. I didn't expect to like James. Not at all. And that's Baker's fault. She made him the villain in Trudy and Paul's love story. And Baker did a dang good job of it. The blurb above tells it very well in her description of James. She called him a piranha but Paisley liked calling him a hawk. But it turned into an endearment. He became "her hawk."

Because that's the thing. Baker doesn't write two dimensional characters. Even the villains. There's so much more to James Fulton than we thought. At least for his motivations, some even he didn't understand. There are hints about his character that I wanted to ignore, from Luke the husband of Paisley's boss. With him, James proved a loyal friend even when he was working to get revenge on Luke's brother. See, James has some really twisted and misplaced views on things. But Luke's right. Deep down, James is a good man. And I'm all about stories of redemption!

Then there's Paisley. Oh, boy, does that girl have quite the secret. I won't go into the particulars of that because ... secret. Let's just say it was a surprise with a TWIST.

*Happy sigh*

I listened to the audiobook and the narrators were fab as usual.

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Love Paisley and James!

Finding Holly is the perfect holiday romance with sweet and endearing characters. Bridget E. Baker continues to amaze with her well written characters that have so much background and depth. Add that to an intriguing plot, and you have once again another winner. Connor Crais and Jennifer Jill Arraya narrate. Paisley has been introduced throughout the previous novels, but her background has always been a mystery. She works as Mary’s assistant, is brilliant, and could find a better job, but is completely happy with her life in Atlanta. Her brother Cole comes to visit to tell her that their father is ill, and she needs to come home to visit. Home is in another country. Paisley meets James at Mary and Luke’s wedding and they instantly hit it off. Paisley gives James her number, but she never hears from him again until they meet by again by chance. Is it fate? Will James keep Paisley’s secret? This audiobook is narrated in dual narration. Connor and Jennifer’s voices really compliment each other. Connor does a fabulous job portraying a wealthy businessman with no relationship experience.. Plus, his Australian accent is amazing! Jennifer does a great job with Paisley, and her male voices with all the different accents are spot on! Bridget E. Baker has written a wonderful story that is a joy to listen to during the Holiday season. I’m looking forward to the next book in the story.

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