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    A Revealing Christmas Read & 2nd Chance Romance❤💚

    The Twilight saga continues with another successful mark on the famous Kissing Tree. While this started out with a conundrum of all conundrums for Kelsey, thank goodness for best friends who love unconditionally and are ballsy enough to help in a very direct way--head on! Going back to Twilight, TX, and her first love that ended abruptly 10 years ago, Kelsey reunites with Noah. The current Christmas scenes and events were great, funfilled and exciting! There was also hair-raising dramatic moments. I could have done without all the rehashing of the past and what ifs. As a reader, I truly got it the first time, and got a bit bored. Noah had moved on, content, or so he thought, with his life until he sees Kelsey again. They still have magic, but each was understandably unsure of the other, and what those feelings really meant, true love, closure, a roll in the hay? I can only describe their "togetherness" as a crescendo that fell flat for me. The numerous adjectives used, pages of them, could've been skipped for no more than what actually happened. Awkward is the feeling I got, like the author is uncomfortable with writing of seduction and sexual pleasures. Please, either go big or leave it out, and shorten those many pages of verbose descriptions. There is a very poignant, revealing moment in here that blew me away, at the same time an understanding of what Kelsey had been going through all these years. She was the only one who could help herself. I admire Noah for making her stand on her own two feet and figure out what she needed, even if it made him look like he was giving up and pushing her away. He couldn't fix this for her, and she would also never have known he wasn't trying to manipulate her. The happy ending was fantastic and doubled as Kelsey and Noah weren't the only ones to find love, Tasha and Sean found their HEA also. A truly great read of life's realities, NPD is very serious and causes more problems and pain for the people around, rather than the afflicted. I almost rated this a 3 star except for this very topic and excellent way of integrating it into a romance based on Kismet and whimsy. I do think the book would have worked better, for me at least, if it had been shorter, deleting reiterations and redundancies, but still a wonderful read.
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    This is a genuine love story narrated l cautiously without any omission, reading this will bring back the memories of our yesteryear, without doubt, this is a true story highly recommended for every single around the globe who never believed in miracles

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