This is a tale of survival and love. It was action right from the beginning which took me through a rollercoaster of emotions. From the apparent animosity Maggie and Alex had towards each other at the beginning as they fought their mutual attraction to each other than finding they had to depend on each other till they found the tenderness of family at the end. The story unfolded like a movie with each chapter leaving me racing on to the next. The story and characters were laid out in such detail that I could almost have been there with them. The love scenes were tastefully sizzling and as a whole the book was a great read. I didn't want it to end and will certainly be looking out for more from this Author.
Reading this story is the perfect way to spend the festive season. There’s so much to like about it. Lyn Gardner transports the reader to a place of magic and wonder, bringing Christmas alive again in a tantalizing new love story. Complete with His help and some endearing elves; Santa has to make good on an overlooked Christmas letter that Diana Clarke wrote as a small girl. Santa does this in a unique and fascinating way. Diana and Jamison Nash meet at three parties where the discreet positioning of some mistletoe has them unable to deny their love for one another. This story has everything. It’s enchanting; it’s fanciful; it’s creative; and it’s original. The build-up to the consummation of Diana and Jamie’s love is deliciously enticing and Lyn has included a healthy dose of erotica and passionate love scenes to please the need for steam. Mistletoe is a creative tale with a new twist that will keep the reader enthralled till the end. It will be one the reader will find themselves bringing out at this time each year. It’s an essential item on one’s Christmas list.