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    Cabin for Christmas

    Adele is a consume designer and is dating a well known actor, when through the tabloids she finds out that he had a moment of indiscretion. Not wanting to be around family and people in love, while being freshly raw over the incident, she decides to visit the family cabin. Unbeknownst to her, He long-time crush and her brother's best friend/hockey teammate, is skipping the Christmas for similar reasons and is already at the cabin. There has been an attraction between the two for six years. He has been told by her brother that she is off limits, therefore Jace has never acted on his attraction. Adele has always viewed Jace as a player, therefore she has forbidden herself to act on her attraction. I really enjoyed the storyline of this book. It is set at Christmas time. Adele loses her Christmas spirit and Jace helps her find it. All while getting to really know each other on a personal level. What worked for me was the fact that these are two people that have been in each other's life in transient ways. There is an attraction that is almost forbidden from each of the character's perceptions. The undertone of the book kind of eludes to "Christmas magic" in the fact that they are each stuck together at the family cabin. This cabin is where Adele's two brothers had fell in love with their spouses during similar visits to this cabin. Adele's mom reminds her of this fact and you get the vibe that mom "knows" this is what will ultimately happen with Adele and Jace. What didn't work for me, is when Adele gives her trust to Jace and they have their moment of passion, I feel like it happened repeatedly over the course of a couple of chapters. I found myself skimming through those scenes after a while. Good Christmas-time story. HEA and lots of sexy-time if you like that kind of thing. I feel like it could be tones down a tad. However, overall a good read. I have voluntarily written a review after NetGalley provided me with an Advance Reader Copy of the book.
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    Not bad! Not bad~

    I've received a ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. If you're looking for a cute mushy holiday romance to put you in the Christmas mood? Look no further because this is it! Besides this novel being a great way to start the holiday season, I would say the romance escalated pretty quickly from a crush that lasted six years for then Adele and Jace to finally say their I love you in a matters of days (literally) which prompted the three star rating but what can I say, it's must be a Christmas miracle!
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    Not for me

    For the most part this was all me and apparently I'm just not meant to enjoy holiday romances. I liked the set up for the story with Jace and Adele being trapped in the cabin during a snowstorm but I was just really bored with what I was reading. I couldn't connect with this story or these characters. My only complaint up to the point I stopped at is that the author spends too much time describing small actions that aren't necessary. For instance, Adele gets some food out of the fridge and all the steps are written from her opening the door all the way to removing the plastic on the food. It did make things a bit tedious to read.

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