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Must Love Mistletoe (Holiday Duet Book 1)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

A Very Enjoyable Christmas Read by Christie Ridgway

A sweet, fun read for Christmas. It is not a short story as the price suggests. Can't wait to read the New Year's follow up.

Bailey returns home to run the family Christmas themed store for the month of December. Her stepfather has moved out, and her mother is not...
A sweet, fun read for Christmas. It is not a short story as the price suggests. Can't wait to read the New Year's follow up.

Bailey returns home to run the family Christmas themed store for the month of December. Her stepfather has moved out, and her mother is not coping well. Bailey hates Christmas and the store where she spent her childhood. First love Finn is next door caring for his sick grandmother. He was the bad boy who love the sweet and shiny girl next door every summer and Christmas.

If you love reformed bad boys and happy endings, you'll enjoy this sweet tale.

posted by Beth_R on October 26, 2011

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Good things do come in small packages.

For so short a book, it was great. How the author packed so much information, drama, fun and action into so few pages is a mystery. I can't wait to get into some of her full length books!

posted by Southern_RoseIL on December 29, 2011

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  • Posted October 26, 2011

    A Very Enjoyable Christmas Read by Christie Ridgway

    A sweet, fun read for Christmas. It is not a short story as the price suggests. Can't wait to read the New Year's follow up.

    Bailey returns home to run the family Christmas themed store for the month of December. Her stepfather has moved out, and her mother is not coping well. Bailey hates Christmas and the store where she spent her childhood. First love Finn is next door caring for his sick grandmother. He was the bad boy who love the sweet and shiny girl next door every summer and Christmas.

    If you love reformed bad boys and happy endings, you'll enjoy this sweet tale.

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 26, 2011

    cute holiday story

    I enjoyed this story, Finn was a sexy leading man though I think the author could have gone more in depth on his background. I can't say I loved the leading lady, found her character a bit annoying, but the story as a whole is worth the buy. Will check out this author's other books. There's also a secondary story about the main character's parents that's a little superfluous, could have done without it and been a better book with more interactions and background on the main characters.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 17, 2011

    Liked it

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 31, 2012

    Everything seemed so real, very heartfelt, loved it! What I lov

    Everything seemed so real, very heartfelt, loved it! What I love about this story, and it is common in her other books as well, is how the romance happens over a period of time, not the fast lustful and fall in love forever after a weekend thing. Reading about their childhood, how they grew together, how they loved, and experienced so many firsts was very sweet and endearing. You saw how the girl and boy, with their innocence and dreams, turned into the woman and man they are in the present time. The family issues both have are very real and make the book memorable. This is my favorite book of hers so far out of the few I've read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 18, 2012

    Loved this book!

    I love books about the Christmas season. This book didn't disappoint. Story about a lost love and a daughter doing what she has for her family even when she doesn't want too. And of course with a happy ending.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 3, 2012

    Must love misrletoe

    Good book

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 11, 2009

    I Also Recommend:

    Lover of every type of books!

    This book was one of those adorable love stories that just have you going AWWWWW! after almost every sentence. Yeah i9t has its dule moments but there are very few books that dont. I love this book> It is sooo absolutely adorable. The main characters grab you and make you root for them even when you know it might not be the brightest ideas.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 8, 2006

    Very likable-but....

    I enjoyed this book, even though I was not happy with in-the-past events, and there was plenty of them. I was just as fascinated with the mother's frame-of-mind as the two main characters. The story had it all: fun, sad, steam, and reality.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 10, 2007

    Good Passions

    This was a good read. Pretty steamy in some parts. The author keeps you wanting to know more leaving you unable to put it down. I don't want to give anything way, but the ending 'could' have been better. It's simple but could have given just a little bit more. Not disappointed, for sure. Enjoy!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 5, 2006

    Seasonal reading.

    'The Perfect Christmas' is owned by Bailey Sullivan's family in Coronado, California. Many locals consider it a landmark. But Bailey hates the holiday. Nevertheless, she leaves LA and returns to Coronado to help save the family store from going under. Since the holiday season is in full swing, Bailey is hoping to get everything back up to par by the 25th and head back to LA. .................. Problem is that Bailey's parents are feuding. Her mother, Tracy, is hiding away and Bailey cannot seem to snap her out of it. In fact, Bailey cannot even get Tracy to step inside their store. No amount of begging or cajoling is working. That would have been enough for anyone, but Bailey knows she is in trouble when she spies Finn Jacobson, the boy she loved and lost ten years ago. .................. Finn wants nothing to do with Bailey. The last eleven months of his life has been a nightmare. Finn is part of the Dignitary Protection Division of the Secret Service. He is on 'vacation' and visiting Gram while he comes to terms with what happened during an assassination attempt. One of his younger team members died in the line of duty and Finn lost his left eye. The last thing he wanted was to see Bailey again. However, she is the only one who asked about him and was not really wanting to know about his eye patch. ................. Neither Bailey, nor Finn, wants to rekindle their old flame. Or do they? ....................... **** A good read for the Christmas holiday. This story will keep you in the holiday mood, but keep you far away from the shopping crowd (at least during the time you are reading anyway). Lots of hot bedroom scenes within this tale too. The author, Christie Ridgway, spends time with Tracy and her husband, Dan, too. They are Bailey's mother and stepfather. Watching Tracy and Dan is just as much fun as watching Bailey and Finn! All-in-all, this is perfect for a romantic evening at home, after a day of hectic holiday shopping. One word of warning: do not read unless your lover is home. Enough said. ****

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