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We'll Be Home for Christmas

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 29, 2012

    HelenKay gets it right.

    Not only is the flirting superb, but even the tension/conflict scenes are so believable - it shouldn't frustrate the reader to the point of discomfort. I really believed Spence's worries are legitimate, yet, I also sympathized with Lila's concerns. Overall, they're perfect for each other!

    This title is HelenKay Dimon's story from the Romancing the Holiday trilogy - perfect for any time of year actually. I'll be returning to this one for future holiday (and non-holiday!) reads.

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  • Posted December 10, 2012

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    Awww. Finally The Fall of Spence.

    We’ll Be Home for Christmas is the third book in the Holloway series. Hopefully, it’s not the last book. It’s NOT a requirement that you have to have read the other two books, but I recommend that you do, because I really like them.

    This is FINALLY Spence’s chance at love, provided he doesn’t let the idiot that’s inside of him come out and stay too long. Spencer is the oldest of the two Thomas brothers and the Thomas Nurseries friends featured in the series.

    Since I have read the other two books in the series, I already liked Spence, but apparently I didn't actually know him. Yes, Spence is super uber smart, but he doesn't know anything about romance or women. Spence actually met Lila at a hotel bar one night when he was feeling lonely and pretty low after he realized that his brother Austin and friend Mitch found love and were actually happy. Little did Spence know that meeting Lila would change him. Lila is the only woman who has creeped into his mind and will not leave.

    Lila, like Spence, isn't looking for love. She's been there and done that. She has no money, no job, no place to stay and a bad reputation to prove it. But like Spence, Lila has met her match. Lila is a pistol who doesn't take the crap Spence spews and is VERY good at calling him out. She actually sees through all the smoke-screen to the person he truly is.

    Of the three books in the series, this is by far my favorite. I laughed the whole way through. The interaction and dialogue between Spence and Lila is great...I LOVED reading/watching “The Fall of Spencer Thomas”.

    Rating: 4 ½ (I really liked it.)
    Source: NetGalley
    Reviewed for Read Your Writes Book Reviews blog

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