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    OK read

    This one isn't a favorite of mine but the story is well written and the characters are intriguing even if somewhat annoying in the case of Tucker. I really liked Laird but I never really understood his attraction to Tucker. Tucker has lived most her life not really caring who she hurt with her impulsive acts. And she's hurt plenty, especially her twin sister. And now her sister is getting ready to marry Tucker's ex boyfriend. Karma?? Seems all these characters are just a bit twisted. And the ending of this book....really??
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    The Christmas Challenge

    "The Christmas Challenge" by Sinclair Jayne is book number three in the "Wilder Brothers" series. This is Tucker McTavish and Laird Hunter's story. This story was really hard for me. I just didn't like Tucker. She is just a selfish person. FYI, includes mature content. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
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    Christmas Romance

    Wanting Christmas magic and hoping to make it happen brought Tucker and Laird together on a Montana pond one fateful night. Both wanted and hoped and worked hard to fulfill the challenges they set for themselves at the beginning of the book and by the end they had achieved all and even more than they had imagined when first they set out on their month-long journeys. What joy it was to read this story! I adored Tucker’s unapologetic acceptance of herself even though for one month she hoped to rein herself in a bit while reconnecting with her twin sister. I loved Laird’s strengths that included but were not limited to his amazing cooking skills, physical abilities and his willingness to listen nonjudgmentally while helping Tucker achieve her goals. Tucker and Laird together brought out the best in one another – and their love story was one I could not put down. I have not read previous books in this series and did not need to - this book was a standalone and standout - in my opinion. Thank you to NetGalley and Tule Publishing for the ARC – this is my honest review.
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    Good.

    Tucker is the adventurous twin. Her choices have been risky and shock worthy to many but the thrill of the unknown for her outweighed the people she hurt. Now older and wiser from the life experience under her belt, the adrenaline rush of excitement has become the reflective voice of regret. The Christmas Challenge had it's share of growing pains, but it also learned from them. That is the takeaway from Tucker and Laird's journey. It takes more strength to face down fears than it does to run away from the pain of regret. To forgive and be forgiven was the ultimate reward in this story of redemption.
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