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  • Highly enjoyable

    This is a highly enjoyable read. There are plenty of feels to be had as the well written and engaging story unfolds. The characters are likeable and relatable. In fact the whole book has a real genuineness to it which makes it super easy to connect with. Emotional and with some real depth to it, I thought that this was a very good book. This is my volitional, candid review.

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  • Sweet, jolly, and heartwarming!

    Christmas on Reindeer Road is a charming, tender tale that takes us back to Highland Falls and into the life of the determined, kindhearted Mallory Maitland as she meanders through all sorts of highs and lows, from losing her husband, fighting for custody of her two stepsons, moving to a new town, starting a new job, and fighting the undeniable attraction she feels for her neighbour, the widowed chief of police, Gabriel Buchanan, who’s busy single-handedly raising three boys of his own. The prose is light and smooth. The characters are focused, supportive, and compassionate. And the plot is an alluring tale about loss, life, love, family, friendship, community, parenthood, romance, wintery shenanigans, self-discovery, taking chances, and moving on. Overall, Christmas on Reindeer Road is an amusing, uplifting, entertaining tale by Mason that is perfect for anyone who enjoys a holiday romance that is not only heartfelt but also exceptionally cute and funny.

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  • A Good Christmas Read

    I truly enjoyed the Christmas portion of this journey. Little Teddy was the star of this season with his tenacity and Teddy-Logic. He wanted to fix his family, that included fixing Mallory and her stepsons, and his Dad and brothers. That was the best feel-good, laugh out loud moments I found. Gabe and Mallory, Idk, they just had no good luck, if it could go wrong it did, no backbone in either of them. There were some super serious issues mixed in, which had me fluxuating with my feelings on what this book was meant to be. This small town setting did not give me the warm fuzzies. Dot and her gang were hateful old biddies, Gabe's in-laws needed to be shot, speaking of which, I have a very hard time coming to grips with a shotgun that could leave A flesh wound, and not a ton of buckshot scattered all over. I think, for me, it would have been so much better not trying to add so much slap-stick comedy in, mixed with child custody issues, which brings up a whole other issue regarding Oliver and Brooks. I rated it a four simply because Teddy was wiser than all the adults, he got his wishes, and the HEA was a good feeling. Netgalley provided an advance reader copy. I am leaving my own honest thoughts and opinions

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