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  • Nice

    Nice and sweet story and finish in one glance. Nice ploy. Great to read the book. Romatic................

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  • Mistletoe magic

    I thoroughly enjoy a christmas romance,this one did not disappoint me,,i hate to put it down,,,gave it 5 stars,,,

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  • The Magic of Christmas and Animals Leads to Love

    After reading the first book in the "Romancing Wisconsin Series" by Stacey Joy Netzel entitled "Mistletoe Mischief", I was excited about Mark's story in the second book, "Mistletoe Magic" due to the presented excerpt, return of Santa Butch and Mark's flirty nature. I was slightly disappointed and I couldn't quite put my finger on what didn't work. I still enjoyed the story, but I can't help but feel that it could have been much more. Retired Major Mark Riley has returned back to Pulaski, Wisconsin and has big plans to help the small town economy while settling close to his family. His brother, Eric is now married to Marissa. He has a growing family with two youngsters, Reese and Heather, and a baby on the way. Mark would like his own slice of heaven now that he can put down roots. This is where he meets the Snow Queen, Janelle Walsh. Santa's helper and the pointed ear elf, Janelle Walsh is a red-haired beauty teeming with generosity. Anything with a Christmas theme, is up her alley since her Grandpa and Grandma, are the town's adopted Santa and Mrs. Claus. In addition, her main job involves running an rescue shelter for abused, abandoned and mistreated animals. It has given purpose to her life. However, the mischievous elf is attracted to the Major after their first meeting mishap. The story takes off from there and is full of conflict, humour and realizations. The character development is nicely done. It is great to see some of the other characters from the first book. The authoress even weaves in the detrimental effects and emotional upheaval of war into the story. Facing adversity in the midst of chaos is also touched upon. I am appreciative of all these aspects. However, the book takes a small nosedive three-quarters of the way. I am not a big fan of the instantaneous attraction trope and enjoy the build up more. That is not what bothered me. It seemed that the authoress changed the characters around, the flirting cooled, and the conflict with its usual fun give and take was forgotten. It got wrapped up too quickly and the reader was left feeling adrift. Even though Janelle and Mark are extraordinary protagonists based on their personality and what they have done, their interactions at the end felt off, somehow. Still, I did like the book and I am eager to read Derek's Story in "Mistletoe Match-Up". I will continue to follow Stacey Joy Netzel and look forward to exploring her other works. If you are looking for Christmas themed small-town romance with cute animals and some exceptional moments to fit the requirements of a quick read, you will revel in this tale.

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  • Great Holiday Read!

    Mistletoe Magic by Stacey Joy Netzel is a fantastic contemporary holiday book. This is a fairly quick read, perfect for those with limited reading time. Ms. Netzel has delivered a book that is well-written and filled it with warm, lovable characters. Major Mark Riley leaves the military and arrives in his hometown just in time for the Christmas parade. Janelle goes from elf to Snow Queen for the parade. Mark and Janelle's story is full of drama, humor, spice and menagerie of displaced critters. I enjoyed reading Mistletoe Magic and look forward to reading more from Stacey Joy Netzel in the future. I voluntarily read and reviewed a copy of this book that I won. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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  • Mistletoe Magic

    This was very enjoyable light reading and was very glad to have read it and would recommend it. Will look forward to reading more of the Wisconsin Series.

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