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    A Sweet Christmas Romance

    Loved this sweet Christmas romance. Merry has a lot on her plate, taking care of her brother and parents, with little time to herself. Her brother and mother decide to add her name on a dating site, but her picture is of a dog. She soon strikes up a friendship that she really enjoys, could this be the man for her until the day she decides to meet him and finds out it is a person that she knows. She tries to stop this friendship, but they both keep going back to the dating site. I thoroughly enjoyed this story. The perfect quick Christmas read. I see Hallmark all over it!! A must read for the Christmas season.
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    Good intentions Gone Wrong

    LOVE this new Holiday read by Debbie Macomber. It made me smile and happy to read. Though it`s a light read, there`s depths to the characters of Merry (misspelled `Mary` nameplate causes all the confusion!), Mr. Bright and Merry`s younger brother who has Downs. Modern day romance and good intentions sort of gone wrong but a happy ending all the same. Can`t go wrong with picking up this Christmas read!
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    Excellent read, highly recommend it!

    It has been years since I’ve read a Debbie Macomber and to be honest, I wasn’t sure if I’d enjoy her work as much as I once had. I am very happy to say that I was still heart struck by her talent. She has a way of bringing so many emotions into the story in as few words as possible all while building tension between the characters. Merry’s family signs her up on a dating site and she is pressured into checking it out. At the same time Jayson Bright decides to check out the same site after his best friend found his fiancé there. Neither post a picture, but both feel an immediate connection to the other. What results is much like the movie “You’ve Got Mail” and the comparison is even made at one point in the book. However, don’t expect this to be an exact retelling of that cinematic feature. Instead, Ms. Macomber puts a fresh spin on it with a few twists that were pleasantly surprising. This is a fast pace read with plenty of wit and charm and although low to non-existent in the steam factor, I never really missed it. Watching Jayson change from a “glass half empty” kind of guy into one who saw the world in a better light is the true gem of this story. There was one moment when I wanted to thunk him on the back of the head for being an idiot, but other than that he’s a hero that can outshine so many of those in today’s contemporary novels. Merry shines when her love for all things Christmas as well as her good will toward mankind is allowed free expression. Don’t mistake that childlike enthusiasm for a weak heroine. She is anything but and she proves it repeatedly to Mr. Bright. This is an excellent read for the holidays and I highly recommend it if you’d like something sweet with a touch of angst and something clean. This is an honest review of an advanced copy provided by NetGalley and Ballantine Books. Dual POV Safe No Triggers
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    wonderful Christmas romance

    Merry Knight is so busy doing for others, she doesn't take time for herself. Her mom and brother decided to help her and sign her up on a dating site, but they use the picture of a dog for her profile in an attempt to screen out trolls. It works, and there's a profile of a guy who has done the same thing. Intrigued, they're chatting back and forth and hope to meet. By day Merry is a temp working on a big project for a grumpy boss. Jayson Bright, with no Christmas spirit and a stickler for the company rules. Working side-by-side with a deadline, she finds he might not be so bad in spite of the scrooge-like behavior. Jayson comes from a dysfunctional family and tends to be a cynic, living in a cold sterile world with no attachments.. As fate would have it, Merry discovers her potential date is none other than Mr. Bright and stands him up on their first meet. It's hard for her to reconcile the two sides of the man she's come to care about. Time is not on her side with the deadline looming. Apologizing for missing their date, she promises him they will meet--they know each other. He's determined to solve the mystery of this woman who makes him long for a family he's never experienced. These star-crossed lovers will need to decide how much to give of themselves, forgiveness, and overcome a few obstacles to find love and their HEA. This is a Christmas story with all the feels! **received this book on NetGalley from the publisher**
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    Heartwarming Holiday Romance!

    Heart-warming, entertaining romance! Both Merry and Jayson work long hours, striving towards their separate goals. Jayson's trying to beat a deadline; while Merry's saving and helping her family. Jayson's not a Scrooge but stiff in social instances; Merry's upbeat, into her family and the holiday season. Charming how the two join together; charming read. Voluntarily read ARC, thru Netgalley and publisher, for honest review.
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