To Santa with Love

To Santa with Love

by Janet Dailey
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To Santa with Love 3.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 20 reviews.
JaciePalmer More than 1 year ago
To Santa With Love by Janey Dailey is the worst Christmas themed romance books that I have ever had the misfortune of reading. It would have better been served by publishing this book under those cheesy, trashy Harlequin novels that come out every month. Actually, I have read quite a few of those novels and many are written better than this book. It was a bad story, with plot holes so big I could drive my SUV through them. I found myself rooting for neither of the main characters, as they each were so flawed that I could not find a good quality in either of them. I will definitely be passing on reading anything by this author ever again.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was one of the worst books I have read in years. It was not only poorly written, but the characters were not believable and completely unlikable. Don't let the "santa" in the title fool you...there is very little that is Christmasy about this book. I noticed the other reviewer stated that she gave up rather than finish...she was the smart one. I wasted my time hoping that it would get better. It never did and now I feel like I wasted my time (and money) on this book.
Diana Who More than 1 year ago
Ugh...where do I start? Romance is not my genre...I like literature and books with soul. However my dirty little secret is that I adore Christmas themed romance. So I picked this up (way off season in June) at a local used book store and couldn't wait to get started. I don't even know where to begin...the book was abysmal. None of the characters were likable and I could not finish it. I made it halfway through before I tossed it in the pile of kindling we have for the outdoor fireplace. Normally I would pass this book on to someone else, or donate it, but it was so bad I did not want to torture anyone else by having them waste their time on reading it. I will not be reading any other books by Janet Dailey. I have no idea how she is so popular.
jayeJJ More than 1 year ago
I can say that this is honestly one of the worst bookds I have ever read. Since when does a hero who is a complete jerk and a spoiled, immature heroine equal romance? This was the first book I have read by this author and it will be my last.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Outdated, poor writing, unlikable characters. Need I say more? This book is the reason why the romance genre and it's readers are made fun of by so many people. I did not finish this book and sent it in a box of donations going to Goodwill.
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jbarr5 More than 1 year ago
To Santa with love by janet dailey Jacquie has had it with her dad. She finishes college for the term and leaves. She takes her foreign car and travels from Texas to LA. She stops in AZ to visit with a friend that just got married. When she leaves there she runs into a man who has a little boy with him. The garage will fix her car but it's going to take several days to even get the parts in. After spending almost all her money from staying at the nearby motel she's been enjoying her leisure time by discovering the little town and all it's treasures: museums, gardens, etc. The man she ran into comes to her help when he offers her a job at his ranch with his dad and son so she can pay off the car and be on her way. They figure it will take several weeks worth of work. She wants to be independent and do everything on her own to show her parents that she can do it. She goes for a ride on the horse and the horses leg is injured now, so she dismounts and looks around to find out she has no idea where she is. Things do get better but she realizes the real things in life are meant to fight for.
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Love the book! Great storyline, keep me interested all through the story
dhaupt More than 1 year ago
Sheltered semi spoiled 21 year old Jaquie Grey decides college isn¿t for her and against her parents wishes is going to LA to find a job and grow up, however, little Tombstone Arizona got in her way and so did rancher Choya Barnett, literally as she runs her car into his jeep. Now she finds herself with a lost wallet and no way to pay for repairs. Choya Barnett has no room in his life for a spoiled girl from Dallas especially when she¿s captured his small son¿s heart and will no doubt break it into millions of pieces. But he¿s caught between a rock and a cactus and has to help her when she¿s without money and her wallets gone missing. He gives her a job as his housekeeper and just hopes that he¿ll get away with his heat intact too. These two very different people find themselves wanting the same things in life, but are they the right people for each other. This novel was originally published in 1977 under the name of The Master Fiddler and has been expanded and updated. This talented author has given us many years of great stories and wonderful characters. The story line here is of souls reaching out to each other from different directions and finding each other despite that. The dialogue is as easy going as the lifestyle in this small Arizona town. The characters I expected better of from Ms. Dailey, it might be that the tale doesn¿t update well I¿m not really sure and although I learned to like these two it took a great deal of the book to do it. And even though I did come to care for Choya and Jaquie is was Choya¿s son Robbie and his dad Sam who were the stars in this read. They stole the show with their shining personalities. Although I enjoyed this romance the more I read it I truly expected more from Ms. Dailey especially being acquainted with her work. The main thing to remember is that you will like the story the Christmas background and the characters, you¿ll love the scenery and the vastness of the Arizona desert and you¿ll get to go back to the very start of Ms. Dailey¿s career and see where she came from. It¿s a journey worth taking and I¿m glad I did.
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This book was just plain awful. I was 70 pages in and I could not finish. The problem was that the main characters were so unlikable and not believable. The female protagonist was nothing but a lustful, spoiled child with no reason to like the object of her lust other than the fact that he was rugged and she felt he was attractive. The male protagonist was, to put it in the most simple terms, a jerk. I could not find anything redeemable about him. I do recommend Dailey's "Scrooge Wore Spurs" if you want a cute Christmas read. It was much better than this newest Christmas book. I'm not typically into reading romance but there is something about a Christmas themed book that I cannot pass up. However, I am going to be more cautious buying Christmas romance in the future. Lust and an unexplained instant attraction to a total and complete jerk is not my idea of romantic.
sec3 More than 1 year ago
Janet Dailey provides us with a great easy read for the holidays!