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The Best Christmas Ever (Heartland Holidays #2)

3.17 of 5 stars 3.17  ·  rating details  ·  53 ratings  ·  7 reviews
When Nick Gallagher returns to his hometown for his brother's Christmas wedding, the confirmed bachelor and military man has to exchange his usual army fatigues for the tux of a best man. Nick has never thought about settling down himself, but soon finds his attention straying…mostly to the very pretty neighbor next door.

Allison Lee doesn't trust men—especially ones as han
Paperback, 224 pages
Published November 2012 by Harlequin (first published 1992)
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I couldn't stand the hero.

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Christmas Bells, Wedding Bells...

When Nick Gallagher returned to his hometown for his brother's Christmas wedding, the confirmed bachelor and military man had to exchange his usual army fatigues for something more suitable--the tux of a best man. Nick had never thought about settling down, but soon he found his attention straying...mostly to the very pretty neighbour next door.

Allison Lee doesn't trust men--especially ones as charming and handsome
Janice Liedl
A sweet, frothy and rather insubstantial romance - the short length means there's little chance to believably develop the romance between Nick and Allison. Once burned, twice shy, Allison is a single mother who's on the fringes of Nick's fabulous family, helping her friends with their Christmas wedding preparations. Nick breezes in from his military base and falls almost instantly in love.

The story reads as if their relationship is incredibly compressed and it's impossible to believe that the tw
Quick, light, romantic read. Always enjoy Christmas stories.
Darlene Roy
I started this book on a Friday and finished it on Sunday. It was a quick read and an enjoyable one. A love story that you wish could be true. Fun, easy and light read.
Pretty good book, would have been better to read around Christmas, but a good light read for any romantic
It was okay. Same basic plot of all the other Harlequin/Silhouette books.
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