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  • Holiday fun in Moose Springs!

    I was so excited to return to Moose Springs! The Tourist Attraction was such a lovely surprise, and I knew I already adored all the characters that it introduced, so I didn’t have any doubts that I would enjoy Mistletoe & Mr. Right. Lana is such a strong character, and she absolutely deserves her own story. She may seem like the opposite of Rick in every way, but the one thing they share for sure is they are lonely. They are two lonely people that deserve to be happy. Lana is having a hard time getting the locals to warm up to her, but she never gives up. And watching her try again and again is sweet, but also made me a little angry at the people of Moose Springs. Rick has his flaws—he’s a bit stuck in his ways and at times painfully shy—but one thing he is not, is scared off easily. His unwavering loyalty is refreshing. And I loved that he allowed himself to be vulnerable, too. If you prefer your holiday romances lighter on Christmas, this one would probably fit the bill. It wasn’t overly Christmas-y, but still left me warm and fuzzy. Not to mention there’s an assortment of animals—including an elusive moose, a cute hedgehog, and an irresistible kitten. It was nice getting to catch up with Graham and Zoey, as well. And while I enjoyed Mistletoe & Mr. Right, The Tourist Attraction still edges it out a bit as my favorite. Lana and Rick were a fun couple to root for, and I was sad to see this one end. I’ll be looking forward to the next book set in Moose Springs! Thank you to the publisher Sourcebooks and Netgalley for an advanced copy!

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  • Fun return to Moose Springs!

    Lowering my rating slightly because all night I was plagued with the loose threads left behind in this story. Obviously the main plot was resolved, but a lot of things were introduced in the last bit that weren't completely resolved and that's frustrating. I love Moose Springs SO MUCH. And I love all of the tropes that these books have in them. And I also loved that we got to see a continuation of Graham and Zoey's story, some romance series ignore the previous couples, when we all know I'm reading the sequels to see more of the original couple! I felt like the ending came to fast, though maybe that's because the ending came at 84% in the Kindle. Which is the worst feeling.

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  • Humorous, sweet, and romantic!

    Mistletoe & Mr. Right is a lighthearted, amusing tale that takes us back to small-town Alaska and into the life of the hardworking, wealthy Lana Montgomery as she juggles a demanding family, a successful career, a town determined not to like her, and an introverted pool hall owner who’s slowly stealing her heart. The writing is tender and playful. The characters are quirky, fun-loving, and endearing. And the plot is a delightful mix of life, love, family, friendship, introspection, attraction, community spirit, hilarious mishaps, spirited shenanigans, Christmas cheer, and a moose with a dislike for holiday decorations. Mistletoe & Mr. Right is the second title in the Moose Springs, Alaska series, and once again Morgenthaler has written a heartwarming, engaging, satisfying tale with just the right amount of heart, hope, and humour to keep me yearning for more, especially one featuring the broody, scrumptious Easton Lockett. Bring it on!

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  • Such a cute sequel

    Such a cute sequel! I had a feeling from the description that this one would be more up my alley than the first one, and I was right. This one follows Lana (rich outsider) who has been trying to fit in with the locals of Moose Springs, Alaska for most of her life. She has a special place in her heart for the town and has made a few friends, including introducing her friend Zoey to a local in the previous book. She has a thing for Rick (a divorcé local who runs a pool hall), and he has a crush on her too. Lana just wants to be accepted by the locals and takes on the hunt for "Santa Moose", a moose that is taking down Christmas lights and decorations, but that no one has ever seen in person, let alone caught. Between that and her family drama, she has a lot going on! I loved the sequel even more than the first one, because I loved the characters, their dynamic, and the kind of tropes used. Rick doesn't fall in with everyone else in hating tourists, especially Lana, right from the opening of the book he is kind to her. Lana seems kind of cold and cutthroat to the villagers, but she's sweet and trying to help and more sensitive than she lets on. There wasn't near as much punching in this one, too, which I preferred. I also loved getting to see Killian (the good Killian), as well as Rick's nephew. I can't wait to pick up the third one!

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