A MacKenzie Christmas (MacKenzies of Montana, #5)

A MacKenzie Christmas (MacKenzies of Montana, #5)

by Liliana Hart

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BN ID: 2940155659327
Publisher: 7th Press
Publication date: 04/12/2018
Series: MacKenzie Family Series , #5
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 164,509
File size: 456 KB

About the Author

Liliana Hart spent five years teaching music in the public education system. She molded America’s youth, busted kids for smoking pot in the restrooms, and broke up illicit affairs behind the stage on a regular basis. (Liliana’s Addison Holmes Mystery Series, about a small town teacher who gets into a whole lot of trouble, is somewhat autobiographical, but she won’t confess to which parts).

Liliana began reading romance novels with all her new found free time, and when she ran out of things to read, she decided to write her own novels.

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A MacKenzie Christmas 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
kimamhill More than 1 year ago
I wasn't expecting this. :) I hadn't read the reviews others had placed I just jumped right into this and I have just started this series so I HAD NO CLUE there were more MacKenzie's. lol. *rubbing hands* I can't wait for more. I am getting ready to start Cade's book! I highly recommend this series to anyone how likes some hot little romance books!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another great book! Keep them coming!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A 100 page story with a gathering on Christmas and Grant meets his virgin love and the sex begins. Most of the stories are narratives with very little history or followup on the characters, mainly lead ups to sex scenes. The writing style is interesting but the stories are 150 pages and less. ADD?
BecsL More than 1 year ago
In a MacKenzie Christmas we get to see all of our favorite MacKenzie brothers back together. I was so excited to get a little more of each of them because their novellas were just not enough. This story is Grant's story. Grant is the cousin of the other MacKenzie men we have met. He is a little more laid back and a tad less intense, but still full of that MacKenzie family charm. He has feelings for Annabeth, but doesn't think she is ready to settle down. A chance encounter during Christmas brings these two face-to-face and gives them the opportunity to put their real feelings out there. I liked both Grant and Annabeth a lot as characters, They were both strong and hardworking and compassionate. I really wish we'd had the time to see them in the context of the rest of the family a bit more. I liked seeing them together. Their connection was evident from the moment we first saw them together, maybe even before then. It was obvious that they had feelings for each other. Seeing Grant take care of Annabeth had my heart melting a little bit. I hope we get to see more of Grant and Annabeth in the future, because I felt like we barely got a glimpse and then it was over!
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Love the book love the whole family!
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Loved the whole series
Marynj44 More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed the series and will look for more books
Beverly_D More than 1 year ago
I liked the Mackenzie family, a happy, horny, noisy family all gathered together for the holidays. I can also relate to Grant Mackenzie, who felt a little overwhelmed by the noise and togetherness, and the idea that everyone else is paired off. He goes off for a solitary tramp in the snow, and is in the nick of time to rescue Annabeth Martin, who’s gone out for a solitary skate, and falls through the thin ice when she is distracted by Grant’s presence. I liked this, but at the same time, I felt like all the boxes were being ticked off. Hot hero and heroine - check. Both secretly in love with each other? Check. Perfectly reasonable excuse to get them both naked and in bed together? Check. Engagement ring at the end? Check. Family support and approval? Check. There were unique author touches, such as the dilemma when Annabeth needed to get out of bed to pee - thank you! Real women do need to use the bathroom at inconvenient times. However, I am coming to loathe the “close with an engagement ring” meme. I know for a lot of readers this makes whatever went before okay, because our couple is going to get married! I believe that even the hottest sexual chemistry does not necessarily translate into a happy marriage, and it does marriage a disservice to suggest so. I want to see dating, conflicts, problem-solving, not just burning up the sheets, before The Ring appears. In a sexy novella, especially one this short, there isn’t time to get into all of that - and I understand that, but (IMO) it’s too soon to suggest a Happily Ever After. In Real Life, moving a relationship too fast is one of the warning signs of a pyschopath; I just don’t think romance authors should suggest it’s a sign of True Love. *steps down off soapbox*
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A fast read cute
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a hot sweet story. Another great book in the MacKenzie series.