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Preview — Holly and Mistletoe by Susan Mallery
Holly and Mistletoe (Hometown Heartbreakers #6)
A storm had claimed her apartment and now Holly Garrett was without a home for the holidays. But just when she saw her plans for Christmas crumbling, a miracle came her way. The handsome firefighter who'd saved her and her cat--and who'd injured himself in the rescue--was now asking her for help. And he was inviting her to live with him. Sure, she could cook and clean for...more
Jordan Haynes couldn't let Holly be alone for Christmas--not when she brought out his every pro ...more
I really do.
I mean, sure, if you're 16, save it, etc. 16 is too young. But I'm getting sick of the Regency Romances where all of the women are expected to be pure and chaste, and the men are rakes. But this takes the cake - a 28-year old virgin?? Basically, her mom is sick for so long she didn't have time?!?!?
And it's not only that she is a virgin, she's so annoying - "oh, I have an extra 15 pounds, oh, why would you ever like me?" Get some self-esteem and then call me!
This book w ...more
The problem is you're never allowed to forget that this is part of a series, cause the darn family members keep showing up EVERYWHERE. Constantly meddling, making glib references to their own romances, or brow beating the main characters ( Tell her you love her why dont cha! Whatever you say, just don't break his heart....dun dun dun dun. You'll nevah evah evah find another like ___ ( insert name and prerequisite sassy ...more
HOLLY AND MISTLETOE was a sweet Christmas romance.
A fire leaves Holly and her pregnant cat, Mistletoe homeless and firefighter Jordan Haynes recovering.
Feeling a deep sense of responsibility for his injuries, Holly goes to visit Jordan and the two begin a deep sense of friendship that neither really understands.
I haven’t read the previous books, but I gathered there was a deep hurt and anguish in the brothers. An abusive father who chased anything with a skirt and a moth ...more
Oh and this book was ok. Sick of the virgin trope, tbh.
Susan Mallery's books have everything you want in a romance. A great looking guy, a wonderful girl for him, and a supporting family to guide them to the finish line. Make that down the aisle. Add in a mischievous cat and you've got a keeper.