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  • Unexpected story of redemption

    4.5 Stars I can't believe I'm about to say this but of all the books I've read in this series, this is actually one of my favorites! That's saying a lot because at the end of the previous book, I did not think it was possible for Chloe to be redeemed but Ms. Mason did it and showed us a different side to her. Lots of humor, heart and emotion make KISS ME IN CHRISTMAS a delightful read. Chloe O'Connor may be a TV darling but in Christmas, Colorado she is considered to be a high maintenance drama queen and an airhead. In reality, her ditzy routine covers a very sweet, smart and caring woman afraid of rejection. Chloe acts with the best intentions but the results are almost always far from what she intends. A childhood plagued by sickness and high school awkwardness have made her very insecure and she masks this with the diva attitude and only one person can see beneath that facade: Easton McBride. Easton fondly remembers the quiet, kind and shy Chloe from high school that he enjoyed spending time with, but would prefer to stay away from the spoilt woman she has become. Unfortunately, this is not possible because Chloe needs someone to keep her in line and he's the only one that can do this. What starts out rocky becomes a very sweet and emotional journey of discovery for Chloe. With Easton's help, she lets the people of Christmas see the sweet and intelligent person underneath and finds herself enjoying a town that she couldn't wait to leave and falling in love with the one man that has always been there for her. I loved Easton for standing up for Chloe and was rooting for their HEA. Family drama, misunderstandings, small town shenanigans all add to the chaos of this story. It's hard to say a lot about this book without spoilers, but I think it's one everyone should experience firsthand. This story makes you feel a lot: anger, happiness, frustration, sadness, laughter tears, etc. but it's definitely worth reading. The entire series is a must-read and I can't wait for the next book. Disclaimer: I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

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  • a Hallmark card it up takes you back ...

    Kiss Me in Christmas is like a Hallmark card. Opening it up takes you back to a time of simplicity and memories. Some good, some bad but all unforgettable. I hope that was the feeling that Ms. Mason was going for because she got it in one. I received an ARC of Kiss Me in Christmas in exchange for an honest review. Chloe escaped her small town heartbreak to build a career that has soared beyond all her expectations. Regardless of her success, she still feels inadequate and lonely. Easton is the culmination of all Chloe's fantasies come to life but she still doesn't think she measures up. Easton has the same frame of mind in regards to Chloe but for different reasons. Debbie Mason is constantly writing stories that are full of lovable characters that keep readers warm all year round.

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