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Miss Christmas by Gigi Garrett Book Review

Miss Christmas by Gigi Garrett Book ReviewMiss Christmas by Gigi Garrett
Genre(s):  Contemporary, Holiday, Romance, Short Story
Publication Date:   November 27, 2015
Purchase:  Kindle
Rating: ★★★★★


Holly Kuhn is on the hunt for The Tree, but could she possibly find The One along the way?

Next to Santa Claus, Holly Kuhn has one of the most important Christmas jobs out there. She’s the Director of Horticulture at Rockefeller Center, which means she’s in charge of finding the biggest and most perfect Norway spruce and transporting it to Manhattan. When she stumbles upon The Tree of her dreams on an idyllic Massachusetts dairy farm, Miss Christmas—as she’s called—is on seventh heaven. That is, until she meets the farm’s owner, handsome Sam McCary, and discovers he doesn’t share her holiday spirit.

Will Holly be able to convince him to share his tree with the world? Or will workaholic Holly learn that sometimes there’s something even more important than tinsel-trapped success?

Join Holly and Sam—along with a colorful supporting cast and charming small town—as they discover that Christmas miracles are all around us, if we’re only willing to see them in plain sight.

Note: This is an expanded and updated version. There are additional scenes from 2015’s edition. It’s also hopefully going to be on Hallmark’s 2017 movie line-up.

** This romance story is for adults only! Contains super hot, one-on-one sex between two great characters.**

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My Thoughts

I fell in love with this book from the very beginning!  I even tried to read it a little slower to make it last longer.

The characters in this short story are likable and reminded me of people I know.  Sam put me in the mind of my husband at times.  And Mary made me think of my Nanny.

I understood what Aimee was saying about how she couldn’t imagine her life without her kid.  I can’t remember what it was like before having our daughter, and I can’t think of what our life would be without her.

Favorite word in this book. . . curmudgeon.  If you don’t know what it means, be sure to look it up.

And I love my coffee black with sugar.  It’s the best!

I absolutely loved this story.  It was super duper sweet and very romantic.  When I read it, it made me want to visit New York City and the Rockefeller Center to see the Christmas tree.

How would you have felt in Holly’s situation?  What would you have done if Sam had told you no?  

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