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    The only one I Didn't like.

    I really love this author but this book..this story.. is a no go. The story is way too slim in comparison with the other books of this series. The dialogues are trivial and a little too corny too often. I was quite disappointed while reading...'cause was quite clear from the very biginning that the author didn't think throught this story and the character too.
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    I love stories like this one. They make you feel so much better after having a long and hard workday. This story makes you simply enjoy your time and after you've finished reading it, you get this feeling like there's no worry and definitely no stress in the real world. The Hazards of Mistletoe is a very low angst book. It's also quite short but so incredibly sweet, you just can't help but fall in love with it. Also, the cute reuniting love story of two best friends combined with the Christmas theme is a perfect combination for a great read. Honestly, you can't go wrong with that one, right? I have to say that I loved all characters but of course Savy and Glen take the cake. I really liked seeing Glen work for Savy and redeem himself for what he's done in the past. He had to earn back her trust, her love and especially her friendship. What's he did was in his eyes quite honorable but for Savy it was the worst experience in her lifetime. I do think what happened changed her a bit but after she came back from college and saw Glen again, she started to become the old, more upbeat and fun Savannah. What helped me the most believing in Glen's feelings for Savy was absolutely the double POV. He's clearly over the moon for her and misses her horribly. There's no one else for him and he would really do anything to get her back. “Want has nothing to do with it. This is about need. There’s an electricity. It’s always been there, and I’ve never felt it with anyone else.” This story is fun, romantic and will definitely make you feel better. I recommend! Safety-gang: Safe.

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