Tuesday, 20 December 2016

A Christmas Kiss (Kissed by the Bay #5)

A Christmas Kiss

(This review is based on the ARC provided by the publisher via Net Galley)

This was a sweet and short romance that will fill your heart with the warm Christmas spirit.  I really enjoyed this story because it was an easy read set in a winter wonderland. The characters were well written and I loved how they showed the both sides of marriage. I am a fan of Susan from her Better Date Than Never series and I really like her style of writing, but I would have liked to see some parts of the book from Gabriel's point of view. The chemistry between was good and I loved seeing them trying to resist their attraction. Overall this was a good and simple read.

Rating: 3.5/5


Harper Avery is a divorce attorney who loves helping her clients getting out of their disastrous marriages. She loves control and doesn't believe in second chances. When her client decides she wants to give her marriage a second chance, Harper knows that is the wrong decision. 

Gabriel Hart believes in giving everyone a second chance, despite being a divorce lawyer. He now has to fight Harper in order to help is client to try and reconcile with his wife.

Harper is forced to spend Christmas alone as her aunt is busy, so she decides to rent her friends cabin in The for the holiday. Little does she know that she has been double booked with Gabriel. They both decide they won't give up the cabin, hence they are forced to live together. Christmas spirit then begins to work its magic and sparks begin to fly.

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