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I'll just admit it right up front - I don't love the holidays. In fact, Christmas makes me downright cranky.
Call me the Grinch if you must, but if your dad chose that day to decide he was wrong about that whole wanting a family thing, you'd grow up miffed about mistletoe, too. Every candy cane, ugly sweater, and falalalala reminds me of the worst day of my life.
So when my uncle - a bigwig network executive - gives me one last shot to salvage my disastrous TV production career on a show called Holiday Homes, I've got no choice but to suck it up, head to the small town of Singletree, and fake festive.
Callan Whitewood. The sexy, sullen former pro-soccer player might be the one person on earth who hates the holidays more than I do. After a devastating injury ended his career, he's left with a limp, no idea what to do with his future, and a cheerless attitude worthy of Ebenezer Scrooge. But I've got a time limit to convince the gorgeous grump to allow his home to be featured as the pinnacle of the Christmas episode of the show that's going to save my career.
That is if I can keep my hands off him...but I'm having a bit of trouble sticking to the task.
Contains mature themes.
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- Lisa X
This one of my all time favorite listens!! ❤️
I enjoyed this story so much more than I thought I would! I loved the Christmas theme which was why I picked it up. Now I will have an fun book to keep me entranced for years. There are so many reasons to love this book! The town, the people, Madison and Annabel. Not to mention the two main characters.
Callan was broody, grumpy and wanted to be left alone. April was the female grinch and is trying to not get fired from her job. Once their paths cross the fun times start rolling. I have many passages highlighted in this book. Funny ones, thoughtful even serious ones.
Annabel is a treasure! As a supporting character she did amazing. Her friendship became an important factor and her zeal for decorating the hotel and herself was enjoyable. Madison was a treat! She is young and I loved her enthusiasm and her words. Everything comes with a youngsters slang or lysp. Here is what she call April—Ape-will! So cute!
This is a first time author to me. I am not sure what took me so long but this is a great one to start off with. The whole Christmas theme made this a fun, enjoyable holiday story.
I did listen to this on audio. These narrators really enhanced the characters and made it even more enjoyable to listen to. I highly recommend as this is a story to re-listen to over and over.
Nice story. Male narrator was great. Female narrator was too slow and whispery. I had to speed up the chapters she narrated. It was annoying to have to do that so some were skipped completely.