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Publisher's Summary

Christmas is supposed to be a happy time, but Aisling Grimlock is feeling anything but festive. For her, the world seems to be shrinking, and good cheer is hard to find.

Her live-in boyfriend Griffin Taylor is in a good mood. His shopping is done, he’s happy with their new living arrangements, and his mother is coming to visit. This will be the first time she meets the Grimlock family... and Aisling has her doubts about how smooth the meeting will go.

Aisling’s worry about meeting Griffin’s mother takes a backseat when a new enemy appears, this one haunting Aisling in mirrors and turning up at the exact wrong time. The creature seems fascinated with Aisling - following her from one mirror to the next and threatening her very survival.

The Grimlocks are going to have to join forces when one of their own goes down, banding together as a united front to make sure the thing they love most - their family - isn’t torn apart.

Christmas is coming... and so is trouble. Survival isn’t a given this year, but the Grimlocks won’t give up without a fight.

©2017 Amanda M. Lee (P)2017 Amanda M. Lee

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Good Story - Annoying Characters

What did you like best about Grim Holiday? What did you like least?

The Story line is interesting but the Main Character is annoying. What a spoiled rotten brat. And her best friend has set gays back 50 years. Flamboyant and overbearing little whiner. Tone down the crap from these two and you could have a better series.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Griffin because he doesn't take anyones crap though he does enable Aisling to be a royal pain in the lower lower back. I can only take these books in small bursts. The only reason I bought them is I like the story line.

Was Grim Holiday worth the listening time?

Yes once you get past the two annoying characters. BTW Jerry is my least favorite character.

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i just have one question, it's been bugging me for awhile now. in the first book, when Aisling and Griffin were first getting together, they talked about their families. she told him that she had 4 brothers and he said he had 2 sisters. but afterward, Maya seems to be the only sister he has, or that is ever mentioned. ?... somebody dropped a ball somewhere ...

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I really enjoy this series. It’s lite easy listening. I’m waiting for the next one in the series!

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Fun and Entertaining

This is a fun and entertaining series with well developed characters, a light mystery plot, a splash of drama and great dialogue between the characters.

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I absolutely love the entire Aisling time-line.

Soon Griffin and Aisling will marry and that part of the series will end. I know much will be answered in books 7; 8; and 9 -. There is still so much left unanswered and so much left to tell. There could be a spin-off of Aisling and Griffin's family, and children and a spin-off for their each offer to all of their cousins. Jerry and Aden's could adopt several children (some gay - some not?). There can be so many spin offs Amanda M. Lee could be set for life. l really hope she doesn't abandon these characters and time lines. They are really never-ending. Amythyst Ballard Devoted Fan