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    Secret Santa in Marietta

    A must read this holiday season. Luke has returned home after leaving his military career. He is now a police officer in Marietta. Mary is a local reporter f the town newspaper, wanting to do a story on the home town hero, which Luke does not believe he is one. As Luke and Mary get to know each other, their friendship develops into so much more. Luke is keeping a secret though, but soon the talk around town id , who is the Secret Santa. Luke is one of my all time favorite book boyfriends. He has such a big heart, from being the big brother to his half sister, Maddie, being the Secret Santa and helping Mary decorate sugar cookies. Loved the slow development of the relationship of Mary and Luke, so perfect for each other. With some many holiday traditions in Marietta, I wish it was a real town. I highly recommend this wonderful Christmas story. Can't wait for the next story.
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    KAYLIE NEWELL!

    I love this family! This is a wonderful Christmas Story, with a great message! So happy I got the chance to read it. I really like Kaylie Newell and look forward to seeing more from her!
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    4 Star Gift

    This holiday romance is a charming and delightful read that would make the Grinch’s heart swell to 100 times in normal size with Christmas spirit. Luke and Mary are two strong, captivating characters that easily draw readers to them as they become caught up in a romance that proves that opposites attract. They both have some emotional issues that readers can’t help but understand to overcome if they want to achieve that happily ever after. The story is fast paced and bit too short, but is full of everything that makes a romance and everything that stands for the true meaning of Christmas which delights readers while Luke, who may just be too good to be true inspires warmth and love throughout the story.
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    Loved It!

    Set in one of my favorite little town's in Montana, this was a great, quick read and made me remember why I love Marietta and Copper Mountain so much. Luke Harlow is home from 3 tours in Afghanistan and now a local police officer. Mary Best is a reporter for the local news paper, part of her wants to go to NY and do bigger things like her friends form college yet she is set here at home. Especially after she meets Luke who comes to answer a call at the paper dealing with an unhappy customer. Luke notices Mary too. His brother Tanner looks after their younger sister Maddie and owns his own business as well. When Luke decides to play secret Santa to some needy folks in town, and this man is totally stealth in his work, the whole town in abuzz and it sets off Mary's need to dig deeper. Mary's father was the Sheriff and because of that, and having in drilled into her head by her distrusting father, doesn't trust easily and is always skeptical of others. Not just men. Luke's family life was a mess and it's no secret that his mother was well known around town. Didn't give the boys much of a chance. Mary has that to overcome with Luke especially when their relationship starts to grow deeper. Christmas is right around the corner and things quickly heat up with Mary and Luke. Luke is still trying to find his footing with being home after leaving town when he was 18 and spending that time overseas. Mary works late one night and sees Luke out driving when he said he was going home to bed. What happens after that? You have to read the book. What a well woven story with characters that are nicely developed and I'd love to see more of them. I'll be waiting for the next book in the series. I loved this.
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