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Christmas Review: What Happens At Christmas

30 Days of Christmas 2012, 17

It’s that time again! It’s time for my 30 reviews of Christmas.
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Hott Synopsis

In the interest of gaining herself a prince, Camille is planning a traditional English Christmas celebration at the family’s county manor. Except, she’s decided against including most of her family – she wouldn’t want him to think she was crazy, after all – and has instead hired a theater troupe.

Everything is under control. Absolutely nothing could possibly go wrong.

Yet, the impossible happens when the only man Camille has ever loved walks through her door holding a basket of goodies and asking for an explanation. Her houses our cards further crumbles when the incognito prince assumes that Gray will be staying with them for the holidays…

Can Camille navigate this farce to end with marriage to the prince instead of a scandal with a nobody.

Hott Review

What I liked: The sarcasm, the wit, the sisters, the arguing, the pranks, the cousins, the romping, the FUN! There wasn’t a second that I didn’t love this book or feel like I was transported into the best Christmas novel ever!
What I didn’t like: Huh? Whatever!


Author: Victoria Alexander
Source:  Kensington via Netgalley
Grade: A++++
Steam: Hot Cocoa — Hot but sweet
Series: Millworth Manor
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