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Being the only mortal in a world of magical elves isn’t easy for Chrissy Star, especially at Christmastime. Feeling as if she’s in the way, she escapes Christmas Town and her duties as CFO for a week long vacation on a Greece isle. If she could have her Christmas wish, she’d meet a man who would not only heat up her love life, but understand her unusual family.

Nick Christopoulus has met Chrissy before, but a lot has changed in five years. She may not remember him, but he’s never forgotten her. He wants more than just a holiday fling. When she leaves after a hot night of magical sex, he’s determined to track her down.

But how can Nick, a non-believer, find a magical place called Christmas Town?

©2011 Roni Adams (P)2017 Roni Adams

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A Christmas story for adults

What did you love best about The Christmas Star?

You're not sure how the two characters will get together, especially with his dislike of Christmas and her desperate need for him to believe.

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Christmas Star?

The visit to the North Pole was fun. The sex scene should be read in bed on a cold night with someone to keep you warm.

Which scene was your favorite?

Nick on the back of the motorcycle hoping Noel doesn't kill him and reminding himself it's just a dream.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

It reminded me of the Christmas Clause so if you like it, you should like this, too.

Any additional comments?

I kept thinking Nick would have to replace Santa, especially with his name.