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    Amazing story

    Nix’s Maybe This Christmas is a sweet, second chance and angsty romance about Alexandra (Alex) Bonner and Lucas O’Hare. It starts on Christmas Day in the year 2010 as they’re seniors in high school and continues every year until 2019. It’s well written, the characters are amazing, the chemistry is there, it’s has all the feels and it’s got a great ending. I just love how the story plays out every year on Christmas Day only. Kudos to Ms Nix! I definitely recommend this book and author. A 5+ for sure! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I have voluntarily read and reviewed this advanced readers copy💋
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    Short and Oh So Sweet

    I love small town romances - I particularly love second-chances - and this has both in one delicious, can’t-put-it-down holiday novella. Nix has such a gift of psychological insight: the jokes that aren’t jokes, why we say Yes when sometimes we mean No, and why we sometimes say No when we really want to say Yes. An absolute gem. I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
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    Wonderful holiday novella

    I love Susannah Nix’s writing and couldn’t wait to read her Christmas novella. I loved reading about Alex and Lucas’s relationship and how it evolved over the years. I really enjoyed how each chapter changes to the other’s POV. This is a wonderful, heart-warming read full of emotions and a wonderful second chance and getting it right.
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    Slightly bittersweet with a satisfying happy end

    I really like the structure of this novella with each chapter describing one Christmas Day over the course of a decade. There is a lot of drama going on in this rather short read - not only with Alex and Lucas, but also with their families - but, somehow, Susannah Nix makes it work. Among all that drama, we get to see Alex and Lucas grow up - and, sadly, grow apart - before they find their way together again. To be honest, I found Lucas more relatable than Alex - but I was still rooting for the two of them to get togther (again) ever since that first swoon-worthy kiss...
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    My only wish was that there was more!

    Nix has quickly become a favorite of mine, an absolute one-click for me. This novella is a sweet, friends to lovers, second chance romance that truly gets you in all the feels. We follow Alex and Lucas over the span of a decade, through some ups, downs, and personal growth, as they navigate their adult world. It’s very well written and Nix touches on relationships with true to form and realistic expectations. I absolutely adored Lucas. He’s sweet, funny, and oh so caring. His tenderness and soft heart will make you swoon. I wish I could keep him! Alex came off a little self absorbed but what young adult from a small town, dying to get out in the real world after graduation isn’t? We all said we’d “keep in touch” but how often does that ring true? It was nice to see their group of friends try and keep their Christmas Day at the beach tradition alive over the years. Even though this is only a novella, it is chock full of emotion. My only wish was that there was more!
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