Thursday, December 6, 2018

Mistletoe (Men of Hidden Creek Season 3, #6) by Alison Hendricks






Blurb


"All I want for Christmas is you."

As the youngest son of a Christmas-obsessed family, Micah Winters knows he can't show up to the holiday festivities without a date. So when his long-time crush volunteers to be his fake boyfriend for a week, it's nothing short of a miracle.

Brandon Harris just wants to give his daughter the best Christmas possible, even if it means borrowing his friend's family for a week of holiday zaniness. He just has to find some way to not fall for his sweet, perfect pretend boyfriend.

One fateful kiss under the mistletoe is all it takes to turn Micah and Brandon's fake relationship into something real. But when the holidays are over and their secret is revealed, they'll need more than a little Christmas magic to make it work.

Welcome to Hidden Creek, Texas, where the heart knows what it wants, and where true love lives happily ever after. Every Men of Hidden Creek novel can be read on its own, but keep an eye out for familiar faces around town! This book contains an all-up-in-your-business Southern mama, a Santa with plenty of dad jokes, and a pinch of holiday magic under the mistletoe.


Review 
My Rating - 5 Stars!

Alison Hendricks' contribution to the third season of the Men Of Hidden Creek series is the fun and romantic Mistletoe.

Micah and Brandon spent Christmas together as fake boyfriends. I love that trope and this one is well done. 


Micah's family is so damn fun and lead to a whole lot of laughs. The family is crazy about Christmas, and as embarrassing as they are, they are certainly full of love.


Mistletoe contains great, strong characters, a wonderful family and a fun plot. You'll also enjoy a little bit of heat between the two.

Overall, Mistletoe's a cute, feel-good Christmas romance that I enjoyed a lot!





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