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The Mischief of the Mistletoe by Lauren Willig
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Dec 11, 2011

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Read from December 11 to 14, 2011

If there’s something to not like about a Pink Carnation book, it escapes me. I waited to buy The Mischief of the Mistletoe until it came out in paperback, thus prolonging the series for my enjoyment. I really liked reading a story which takes place in between the time of two other books, once at the same house party but from a different perspective – clever, clever. This chapter in the series had all the Pink characteristics – some mystery, some history, some romance, and a whole lot of wit and witticism. The only thing missing was the dual plot with Eloise and Colin but I actually didn’t realize it until I sat down to write my review. Leave it to Lauren Willig to take what was a bumbling side character and make him a hero - but then, that is one of the things she does so well with her characters – makes them tangible and interesting so that you want to know more about them, even if you love to hate them, like Lord and Lady Vaughn. I look forward to more of Sally, Lizzy and Agnes – because you have to know there is more. So fa la la and bravo, Lauren Willig – and thank you for another entertaining literary romp.

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