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    warm and toasty

    Ivy and Harrison are each running from something. He started off grumpy but slowly warmed up to Ivy. Loved the scenes where they talk about her book and he helps her. It was sweet but also steamy. Liked hearing from previous characters. There was angst of course and IMO it was too long but liked the ending.
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    Winter gaddon sure is cold....

    ARC for honest review with no compensation Baby, It’s Cold Outside by Kait Nolan is a Eden’s Ridge/Misfit Inn novella. This is another great addition to this series! Ivy, a best-selling author who has writer’s block and decides she needs to find a place to relax and get her mojo back decides to book a room at the Misfit Inn. While on the way there a Winter-gaddon Snowstorm hits while she's driving a bear appears in front of her car and she goes off the road and through the guardrail. No cell service and trapped in her car…luckily Harrison, who is also a writer, ex-military and hiding from the world is on his way back up the mountain and sees the guard rail down so he stops to help, he doesn’t want company but he is closer to his place then town and with the snow falling faster its safer to go to his place. Neither is ready to admit that they are stuck until the roads are cleared and he can take her back down the mountain and get on with his life and she can find her happy place to write. Except Harrison helps Ivy with her writer’s block and the words start flowing, when she leaves her writings laying on the table he reads its only to discover his favorite author is a woman…Ivy. After the roads are cleared he takes her to Misfit Inn but they both miss each other and the bond that has started taking place but...can these two find a way to be together permanently or will Harrison let her go because he doesn’t think he is the right man for her and lose the bright star in his life??
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    Breathtakingly Awesome!

    The story line was awesome and I loved Ivy and Harrison personalities. I enjoyed it from first page to the last. But then is Kait, you can always count on excellent delivery.
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    Heartwarming story!

    Even as a novella, this story has a well developed plot and characters....although I wished it could have been longer. But this was only because I didn't want the story to end! Highly recommended and a great read! I received an ARC for an honest and voluntary review.
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    I love this author’s quirky, zany sense of humor

    I demand more Ivy and Harrison! NOW! I’m nowhere near being done with their story even though the book is over. I love this author’s quirky, zany sense of humor. She always has me in stitches over at least one scene in every book. She also manages to land me in tears over the course of nearly every book, too. (I didn’t quite go over the edge with this one, but there was a lot of hard blinking.) A pair of loners run away to from their responsibilities, seeking peace. It’s either the set up to a great joke or one heck of a story. What if it’s a little bit of both? To me, that’s exactly what this book became: funny, sweet, quirky, and at times tragic. It’s a bit of a roller-coaster ride. But, like the best roller-coaster rides, you want to go back around again as soon as you’re done. On a side note, I was perfectly happy with the fictional Stormageddon. I didn’t appreciate the cosmic timing that dumped a foot of the fluffy white stuff on my home town while I read about Ivy and Harrison’s icy encounter. I received a complimentary advanced copy of this book.
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