Once Upon a Jingle Bell

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Joss is on her own on the Bah! Humbug cruise to the Mexican Riviera this year. Her faithful companion and best friend Reese has defected to the other side – Joss completely understands that the fiance must come first, usually – and is having a perfect traditional Christmas with her soon-to-be family.

When Joss arrives to find her cruise rebooked and learns she’ll be floating to Mexico with the 12 Days of Christmas clan she almost swims to shore…

Can a potential new client and an Irish brogue snap her in to a Christmas spirit?

Hott Review:

Cute. I didn’t really like Joss, but I did enjoy the story. The shipmates were the highlight of this story.
With the exception of some Irish Blessings there wasn’t much “Christian” in this Christmas Romance. I’d categorize it as Clean Romance instead.

It Came Upon a Midnight Deer

Reese is skipping out on her annual anti-Christmas Christmas with Joss to “meet the family” of her new fiance. Oh My Goodness. What was she thinking?

Damian’s family is holding their get together at their home on Sugarloaf Mountain and after this fiasco Reese is pretty sure she won’t be invited back!

Hott Review:

Loved it! This book was so fun and realistic. It was like a what could be worse episode and I loved it!
Again, though I’d categorize it as Clean Romance instead of Christian Fiction.

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Author: Sandra D. Bricker
Source: B&H Books via Netgalley | I also bought it for $1 on December 18, 2013
Grade: A
Ages: 16+
Steam: Nada

Author Sandra D. Bricker:

Author Sandra D. Bricker Raised as a Cincinnati Kid, Sandie Bricker spent her formative years dreaming about the movies and television shows she would someday write. It came as no surprise to anyone when she packed up her Ford Fiesta and migrated to Los Angeles to study screenwriting.

“But life is what happens while we’re busy making other plans,” she jokes. While searching for a way to earn a living and pay her tuition, Sandie says she “stumbled into” her own business working as a personal assistant and publicist to some of daytime television’s hottest stars. When her mother became ill on the other side of the country, however, Sandie put soap opera clients, film dreams—and Los Angeles—in her rearview mirror to take on a new role: Caregiver.

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