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The perfect business arrangement? When entrepreneur Ricky Langley offers Eloise Vaughn the help she needs, in exchange for her attending twelve Christmas parties as his date, she can't refuse. Yes, Ricky's handsome, and devastatingly charming, but this is about business. If only her racing heart would get the message! Ricky has his own reasons for hating Christmas. But wit The perfect business arrangement? When entrepreneur Ricky Langley offers Eloise Vaughn the help she needs, in exchange for her attending twelve Christmas parties as his date, she can't refuse. Yes, Ricky's handsome, and devastatingly charming, but this is about business. If only her racing heart would get the message! Ricky has his own reasons for hating Christmas. But with each date that passes Eloise opens his eyes to the spirit of the season…and opens his heart to a totally different future….


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The perfect business arrangement? When entrepreneur Ricky Langley offers Eloise Vaughn the help she needs, in exchange for her attending twelve Christmas parties as his date, she can't refuse. Yes, Ricky's handsome, and devastatingly charming, but this is about business. If only her racing heart would get the message! Ricky has his own reasons for hating Christmas. But wit The perfect business arrangement? When entrepreneur Ricky Langley offers Eloise Vaughn the help she needs, in exchange for her attending twelve Christmas parties as his date, she can't refuse. Yes, Ricky's handsome, and devastatingly charming, but this is about business. If only her racing heart would get the message! Ricky has his own reasons for hating Christmas. But with each date that passes Eloise opens his eyes to the spirit of the season…and opens his heart to a totally different future….

30 review for The Twelve Dates of Christmas

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kathy

    Super cute! I really enjoyed this one. She needs his help finding a job, he needs her on his arm to keep the matchmakers away. As soon as I finished this I bought another book by this author and read it. Content: clean - mild language but not much, mild innuendo, just kissing - no sex, no crudeness.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rhonda

    4 STARS This is a book that gets you into the Christmas party mode. It makes you feel for the characters. I wanted to hug them both. It deals with loss, poor and pity. Eloise Vaughn has no one but friends. She is struggling to make ends meet in New York city. She doesn't want a handout she wants a job that she is qualified for. Ricky Langley has a dark past. He doesn't want his friends to worry about him. He is rich now but so angry and suffering from a loss. Ricky and Eloise meet at their frie 4 STARS This is a book that gets you into the Christmas party mode. It makes you feel for the characters. I wanted to hug them both. It deals with loss, poor and pity. Eloise Vaughn has no one but friends. She is struggling to make ends meet in New York city. She doesn't want a handout she wants a job that she is qualified for. Ricky Langley has a dark past. He doesn't want his friends to worry about him. He is rich now but so angry and suffering from a loss. Ricky and Eloise meet at their friends Christmas party. Ricky makes a deal with Eloise if she pretends to date him for his other 12 parties He will help her get a job in her field. Eloise will meet a lot of contacts. Ricky and Eloise both start to heal as they think about helping others instead of their pain and mourning. It does a good job of showing them both slowly changing in a positive way. Eloise really starts falling for Ricky even when she does not know of what is in his tragic past. The setting for this book is New York City in December. Ricky's parties are for people with a lot of money. Eloise is struggling but one thing she has is a nice wardrobe that is 5 years old. She takes it and updates her outfit the day of the party and looks good. This is a easy fast clean romance that is enjoyable to read. I would read more of Susan Meier novels based on the Twelve Dates of Christmas. I was given this ebook from Harlequin and Net Galley. In exchange I agreed to give honest review of The Twelve Dates of Christmas.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sonya Weiss

    This is an incredibly sweet story set around the Christmas holidays which is what made me buy the book. I love Christmas stories. I don't want to spoil the plot, so I'll keep it brief. Ricky is the hero with a tragedy in his past and he meets Eloise, the heroine who's also experienced a deep heartache. They begin a series of fake dates based on mutual need. I felt so sorry for both of them for what they'd been through. My heart went out to Eloise immediately and the author did a fantastic job of This is an incredibly sweet story set around the Christmas holidays which is what made me buy the book. I love Christmas stories. I don't want to spoil the plot, so I'll keep it brief. Ricky is the hero with a tragedy in his past and he meets Eloise, the heroine who's also experienced a deep heartache. They begin a series of fake dates based on mutual need. I felt so sorry for both of them for what they'd been through. My heart went out to Eloise immediately and the author did a fantastic job of creating a character that was so easy to root for. Plus, she handled the tragedy of the past without it becoming too heavy which I also appreciated. If you're looking for a quick, sweet read, I highly recommend this book.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mariana

    2 estrellas (considerando que dos estrellas es un "estuvo bien" Se supone que leería esto en Navidad para sentir el espíritu y todo, pero lo olvidé (je) así que cuando vagaba en mi lector electrónico y lo vi, lo empecé sin más. No es malo, es entretenido y me ha hecho pasar un buen rato (en algunas partes hasta carcajadas), pero el problema es que es muy rápido, todo pasaba rápido, una cita, luego otra, el romance, la pelea, etc... Además de que en algunas partes era demasiado exagerado *cofcofelf 2 estrellas (considerando que dos estrellas es un "estuvo bien" Se supone que leería esto en Navidad para sentir el espíritu y todo, pero lo olvidé (je) así que cuando vagaba en mi lector electrónico y lo vi, lo empecé sin más. No es malo, es entretenido y me ha hecho pasar un buen rato (en algunas partes hasta carcajadas), pero el problema es que es muy rápido, todo pasaba rápido, una cita, luego otra, el romance, la pelea, etc... Además de que en algunas partes era demasiado exagerado *cofcofelfinalcofcof*, aún así para una tarde estuvo bien, pero nada más.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Simply Love Book Reviews

    Rosalie 3 STARS‘s review posted on Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews Review copy provided for an honest review Growing up with everything she ever had and lost it due to marrying someone her parents disapproved of, Eloise Vaughn is thrust back into elite society for 12 dates with Ricky Langley. But what neither anticipated is losing their heart to the other…and finding what has been missing to make themselves whole after loss. The set up gives Ricky 12 dates, which reintroduces him back into society, sh Rosalie 3 STARS‘s review posted on Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews Review copy provided for an honest review Growing up with everything she ever had and lost it due to marrying someone her parents disapproved of, Eloise Vaughn is thrust back into elite society for 12 dates with Ricky Langley. But what neither anticipated is losing their heart to the other…and finding what has been missing to make themselves whole after loss. The set up gives Ricky 12 dates, which reintroduces him back into society, showing he is ok after his devastating loss, but also gives Eloise an “in” to potential employers. Seeing an opportunity to not only rub elbows with the higher ups, but to be with sexy Ricky “no romantic involvement attached”, Eloise jumps at the chance. What neither anticipated was the entanglement their heart would endure from the very first date. Both fighting it, trying to keep the deal as platonic as possible, immediately sets the story. The want keeps the reader engrossed, hoping that they will finally open up to each other. Dealing with loss, thinking neither is good enough for the other, the inner turmoil of both characters tugs at the reader’s heartstrings.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jessi

    Eloise Vaughn needs a job. Badly. Ricky Langley needs a date. Badly He's rich and desperate, she's poor(ish) and willing to help out. I don't generally like or gravitate toward category romance (too short for a real story) but this one wasn't bad. It's a trope that's been used before but with a twist that I hadn't read before. There were issues (view spoiler)[He just wouldn't TALK. Oh my god, the wallowing. And then a slightly sudden change of heart? It's too short a story to do any real growth, Eloise Vaughn needs a job. Badly. Ricky Langley needs a date. Badly He's rich and desperate, she's poor(ish) and willing to help out. I don't generally like or gravitate toward category romance (too short for a real story) but this one wasn't bad. It's a trope that's been used before but with a twist that I hadn't read before. There were issues (view spoiler)[He just wouldn't TALK. Oh my god, the wallowing. And then a slightly sudden change of heart? It's too short a story to do any real growth, and we did see some, but I was sort of shocked how quickly his brain finally got it all together. The ending was a little too over the top. (hide spoiler)] . But this was overall a pretty good book. I'm glad to have gotten this book from NetGalley and will keep a look out for Laura Beth's story (how slimy was the guy she was dating? Eww.)

  7. 4 out of 5

    Stories & Verse

    The Twelve dates of Christmas is a story about two lonely people who are brought together through networking for a job. Ricky needs to be seen with a women to appease his friends, Eloise needs to network to meet people so she can find a job. Their relationship starts out as an polite agreement and develops into a real relationship. I connected with the characters but I couldn't see Ricky as a book boyfriend. I felt sorry for him instead. Throughout the story Ricky is in denial of his feelings for The Twelve dates of Christmas is a story about two lonely people who are brought together through networking for a job. Ricky needs to be seen with a women to appease his friends, Eloise needs to network to meet people so she can find a job. Their relationship starts out as an polite agreement and develops into a real relationship. I connected with the characters but I couldn't see Ricky as a book boyfriend. I felt sorry for him instead. Throughout the story Ricky is in denial of his feelings for Eloise and Eloise keeps wishing he would admit what they have is more than a professional networking relationship. I kept reading because I wanted to find out how Ricky would end up telling his secret. The ending was a surprise.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Helena

    Mucha tristeza, mucha superficialidad, pero un final bonito y muy Navideño que lo compensa.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Angie Fehl

    3.5 Stars Super successful entrepreneur Ricky Langley bumps into Eloise Vaughn at a business function, gets to talking with her for awhile before offering her a ride home after she's had an upsetting day. Talking with her and hearing of her struggle to find decent job prospects, he sees something of his earlier less successful self and offers to help. He offers to use his business contacts to get her interviews with some of the best companies in the city. In return, Ricky asks Eloise to pose as h 3.5 Stars Super successful entrepreneur Ricky Langley bumps into Eloise Vaughn at a business function, gets to talking with her for awhile before offering her a ride home after she's had an upsetting day. Talking with her and hearing of her struggle to find decent job prospects, he sees something of his earlier less successful self and offers to help. He offers to use his business contacts to get her interviews with some of the best companies in the city. In return, Ricky asks Eloise to pose as his date for twelve parties / functions he's expected to be at over the course of the holiday season. Not long ago, Ricky suffered a tragedy. Since then, he's had to navigate the pity of friends and business associates, many who now want to see him get back in the game but hesitate to bring up the subject. He's hoping the presence of Eloise will shift the focus off of him. Eloise is hesitant to agree to the plan, not wanting to be perceived as a charity case... but being desperate for employment has a way of making the ego step aside. Once the "dates" start, each time proves an opportunity for Eloise to show off her secret fashion designer skills. She crafts amazing creations out of secondhand finds that secretly leave Ricky breathless (you'll notice the girl loves herself an open back look). Eloise has her hands full making their coupledom seem realistic during the holidays. Ricky has his reasons for hating the Christmas season. But the more time they spend together -- no surprise, this being a romance --- she has a way of turning his heart. Ricky is able to get Eloise to divulge her secrets but remains resolutely tight lipped about his own. The more he learns about who Eloise is, the real her, the more he comes to respect her. His resolve to not actually get involved with her emotionally begins to break down. Though Eloise has plenty of fun during her time with Ricky, tensions rise between them as it dawns on her that several dates have passed and Ricky has done virtually nothing to help her job prospects as he promised. Naturally, there's a calling-out scene where she brings this to his attention. He's defensive about it at first, but eventually acknowledges he's dropped the ball. When he does start to put focus on getting interviews lined up for her as promised, he hits a wall himself. He begins to understand her struggle. Ricky also sees how cold and short-tempered he's been with his own staff, dismissing his own unnecessarily harsh behavior as "professionalism". It's a clean romance for the most part -- 200 pages to get to a first kiss, no sex whatsoever. It took a little time for the plot to really get going, most of the fun happening after the tequila shots scene (always the way, isn't it LOL). There's a surprising amount of honest self-reflection among these characters, set in realistic situations of struggle, which I appreciated. Definitely a fun one for the holidays without being overdosed on holiday sap.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Joycee

    I started out liking it, but after a while, I was just bogged down by the characters constantly being so hard on themselves and thinking they were not good enough for the other. I realize it’s hypocritical coming from me (who is forever putting herself down) ... but how about letting the other person decide whether or not you’re worth their time? Let them have a say instead of deciding for them? It’s almost selfish to think you know someone else’s mind better then they do ... ? And that ending se I started out liking it, but after a while, I was just bogged down by the characters constantly being so hard on themselves and thinking they were not good enough for the other. I realize it’s hypocritical coming from me (who is forever putting herself down) ... but how about letting the other person decide whether or not you’re worth their time? Let them have a say instead of deciding for them? It’s almost selfish to think you know someone else’s mind better then they do ... ? And that ending seemed so abrupt. As fed up as I was getting with Ricky’s cowardly(?) excuses(?) for not being with Eloise, I thought that the sudden lightning bolt of realization less than a day after seeing his family for the first time in years seemed unexpected? Why didn’t he fight them more like he was “fighting” Eloise? Partial spoiler alert ... I hope that Ricky eventually “shares” Blake with Eloise. Even though she never met Blake, listening to Ricky talk about him will surely help Ricky keep Blake’s memory alive?

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jodie Portugal

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XdwVT... my honest review https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XdwVT... my honest review

  12. 5 out of 5

    Marnie

    3.5 stars

  13. 5 out of 5

    Debbie Oxier

    This was a wonderful Christmas romance. Ricky was a wealthy businessman. A year ago he'd lost his son in a car accident. Blake was only eighteen months old when he died. The child's mother had been driving drunk at the time. Ricky blamed himself for it. He'd intended on getting custody of Blake, knowing his mother didn't really want him but before Ricky could do anything about it the accident occurred. Now he's living with the guilt of not having acted sooner. When the book opens it's the middle This was a wonderful Christmas romance. Ricky was a wealthy businessman. A year ago he'd lost his son in a car accident. Blake was only eighteen months old when he died. The child's mother had been driving drunk at the time. Ricky blamed himself for it. He'd intended on getting custody of Blake, knowing his mother didn't really want him but before Ricky could do anything about it the accident occurred. Now he's living with the guilt of not having acted sooner. When the book opens it's the middle of November and already holiday parties are being held, the first at his friends Tucker and Olivia's house. Ricky is so tired of appearing in public alone and having to endure people's pitying looks or their asking him if he was all right. Of course he wasn't all right. He was grieving the loss of his son! Eloise is at Tucker's and Olivia's too since Olivia used to be Eloise's roommate. Eloise has endured her own share of grief. She'd married her tattooed, biker boyfriend so her parents disowned her. Then her husband died of cancer but when Eloise went crawling back home wanting her parents to comfort her in her grief, they'd sent the maid to the door to tell her to go away, they didn't want to see her. Now it's Christmas and once again she's entirely alone. When she and Ricky meet, he asks her to be his date twelve times. He has an office party, a wedding, and ten other social engagements he has to attend and he thinks having a woman with him is one way of convincing everyone he's okay and moving on with his life. In return for Eloise's services, Ricky will use his numerous business contacts to find Eloise a job in her field of study. Of course, the arrangement is strictly business. He has no intention of getting involved with Eloise. However, his heart must have missed that memo because he's actually falling in love with her. Ricky was so caught up in his grief he'd forgotten how to live. Thanks to Eloise he's slowly coming to life again. She's sweet, loving, kind, and gorgeous to boot. Ricky loves her companionship, she makes him laugh, and she's not pressuring him to talk about his tragic past. All points in her favor. Because these qualities also lead him to desire her as well, he keeps holding himself back in order to keep from getting close to her. He doesn't deserve her. He's a broken man and she could do so much better with someone else. This was very entertaining. Really liked the characters. Although Ricky played the guilt card a little too often, he finally realized in the end that he loved Eloise and wanted to spend his life with her. The Christmas setting with all the glitzy parties they attended, the carriage ride in the park and the surprise Ricky has for Eloise in the end, make this well worth the time it took to read it. Definitely recommend.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kay (aka) Miss Bates

    Meier's romance novel had some great stuff going for it: she's an able writer, with some interesting turns of phrase, and solid banter. Her hero and heroine come together, however, on the basis of a pretty trite premise: a deal whereby she offers him twelve dates to get his friends off his back and in exchange, he helps a well-educated, stunning woman find a job ... either way, you'd think these two could manage these things without the necessity of the "deal." But there you have it. The novel o Meier's romance novel had some great stuff going for it: she's an able writer, with some interesting turns of phrase, and solid banter. Her hero and heroine come together, however, on the basis of a pretty trite premise: a deal whereby she offers him twelve dates to get his friends off his back and in exchange, he helps a well-educated, stunning woman find a job ... either way, you'd think these two could manage these things without the necessity of the "deal." But there you have it. The novel opens light and fun, even funny, but hero Ricky (awful name) and heroine Eloise come from dark and sad places ... and the tone of the novel changes. This is not necessarily a bad thing, as the premise requires more gravitas to the whole thing. I felt sorry for these two, but I can't say I thoroughly embraced the narrative. They gained my sympathy, but didn't quite immerse me totally in their story. I was always aware of their set-up and their constant vacillations between "I love this person" and "my life is too dark," "I'm too damaged to risk hurting another person, or myself" ... without much by way of conflict to keep them apart, the narrative lapsed into these endless internal considerations. If you'd like to read a more extensive review, please follow the link: http://missbatesreadsromance.com/2014... I received an e-ARC from Harlequin, via Netgalley.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Rosalie Belle

    Growing up with everything she ever had and lost it due to marrying someone her parents disapproved of, Eloise Vaughn is thrust back into elite society for 12 dates with Ricky Langley. But what neither anticipated is losing their heart to the other…and finding what has been missing to make themselves whole after loss. The set up gives Ricky 12 dates, which reintroduces him back into society, showing he is ok after his devastating loss, but also gives Eloise an “in” to potential employers. Seeing Growing up with everything she ever had and lost it due to marrying someone her parents disapproved of, Eloise Vaughn is thrust back into elite society for 12 dates with Ricky Langley. But what neither anticipated is losing their heart to the other…and finding what has been missing to make themselves whole after loss. The set up gives Ricky 12 dates, which reintroduces him back into society, showing he is ok after his devastating loss, but also gives Eloise an “in” to potential employers. Seeing an opportunity to not only rub elbows with the higher ups, but to be with sexy Ricky “no romantic involvement attached”, Eloise jumps at the chance. What neither anticipated was the entanglement their heart would endure from the very first date. Both fighting it, trying to keep the deal as platonic as possible, immediately sets the story. The want keeps the reader engrossed, hoping that they will finally open up to each other. Dealing with loss, thinking neither is good enough for the other, the inner turmoil of both characters tugs at the reader’s heartstrings. Credit to Guilty Pleasures Review by Rosalie Belle

  16. 5 out of 5

    The Flipped Page (Susan K)

    Romance, clean I worried when I first borrowed this that it might not be clean. Was relived to find it was. This was a cute, fun read. Tragedy leads Ricky to not feel like he deserves happiness. When he meets Eloise at the party of a mutual friend, he understands her situation, although he is far removed from it, as a very wealthy business owner. Circumstances lead to him asking her to be his plus one at a series of parties. They are both attracted to each other, and misunderstandings based on the Romance, clean I worried when I first borrowed this that it might not be clean. Was relived to find it was. This was a cute, fun read. Tragedy leads Ricky to not feel like he deserves happiness. When he meets Eloise at the party of a mutual friend, he understands her situation, although he is far removed from it, as a very wealthy business owner. Circumstances lead to him asking her to be his plus one at a series of parties. They are both attracted to each other, and misunderstandings based on their initial plans/promises/agreement keep them from being more than dates only until the very end. I loved the characters, cared about their pain and struggles. While the writing wasn't a 4 or 5 for me, it still was a cute story, and pleasant to pass the time as a quick read.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Norma Huss

    Susan Meier is my favorite romance author. The Twelve Dates of Christmas is one I thoroughly enjoyed reading. (Stayed up quite late to finish it, which might tell you something.) Eloise is a financially struggling young widow, determined to find a better paying job. Ricky is a wealthy young man still suffering from a personal tragedy. Neither is looking for romance, but they make a strictly platonic deal. He's invited to 12 Christmas-time events he doesn't want to attend, but he must put in an a Susan Meier is my favorite romance author. The Twelve Dates of Christmas is one I thoroughly enjoyed reading. (Stayed up quite late to finish it, which might tell you something.) Eloise is a financially struggling young widow, determined to find a better paying job. Ricky is a wealthy young man still suffering from a personal tragedy. Neither is looking for romance, but they make a strictly platonic deal. He's invited to 12 Christmas-time events he doesn't want to attend, but he must put in an appearance, preferably with a woman on his arm. So that's the set-up for 12 fake dates, but there are lots of complications. Engrossing read!

  18. 4 out of 5

    SuperWendy

    Angsty character back-story wrapped in a candy-coated shell of a plot. I liked the heroine quite a bit, but didn't care much for the hero, who comes off as an inconsiderate jerkface on more than one occasion. I was annoyed with him for pretty much most of the story. This one is heavy on Rescue Fantasy and there were elements that annoyed me (Lord deliver me from Evil Party Girl Slut Exes), but this author knows her way around writing angst and she'd ramp it up, making me swoon - always in regard Angsty character back-story wrapped in a candy-coated shell of a plot. I liked the heroine quite a bit, but didn't care much for the hero, who comes off as an inconsiderate jerkface on more than one occasion. I was annoyed with him for pretty much most of the story. This one is heavy on Rescue Fantasy and there were elements that annoyed me (Lord deliver me from Evil Party Girl Slut Exes), but this author knows her way around writing angst and she'd ramp it up, making me swoon - always in regards to the heroine. A bit of a yo-yo read for me. I disliked more than I liked, but what I liked was well done.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Figueroa

    I loved this book. Perfect for the holiday. I loved that watching these two over the short time they were able to to heal each other, better themselves and find love on the way I love. This book was well written and a fun read. What I also liked about this book was that it was clean and didn't need extra spice to make this book a great one. I also want to point out that I love the cover to this book. What I also liked about this book was that it was clean and didn't need extra spice to make this I loved this book. Perfect for the holiday. I loved that watching these two over the short time they were able to to heal each other, better themselves and find love on the way I love. This book was well written and a fun read. What I also liked about this book was that it was clean and didn't need extra spice to make this book a great one. I also want to point out that I love the cover to this book. What I also liked about this book was that it was clean and didn't need extra spice to make this book a great one.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Beyond the Pages

    The Twelve Dates of Christmas was a sweet and touching story about two people who suffered a very great loss and found a beautifully unexpected love. Over a twelve-date period, two strangers became friends. And though they fought against their romantic feelings for one another, their love was inevitable. Rating: 4/5 Recommend: Yes Audience: Adult Status: Clean Romance/Chemistry: Yes Conflict/Drama: Yes (mild) HEA: Yes

  21. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    This is a short story, so the characters doesn't have a lot of time to show their personality and their development. Still, it's a christmas story about the love between two persons with traumatic backstories. On the other hand the whole "be my date" story arc was actually a plot device because it didn't create the usual conflics of them pretending to be together, since they said they started only a few weeks ago. This is a short story, so the characters doesn't have a lot of time to show their personality and their development. Still, it's a christmas story about the love between two persons with traumatic backstories. On the other hand the whole "be my date" story arc was actually a plot device because it didn't create the usual conflics of them pretending to be together, since they said they started only a few weeks ago.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

    What a sweet story. Ricky and Eloise have both been so very hurt. Neither want to share, but in sharing there is healing. In speaking of it, there is not a forgetting, but a moving on. Treasures found in each other remind each that helping others brings joy. Sweet kisses, deep pain, new-found peace.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Cate Marsden

    A heavier read than I'd expected; the hero and heroine are both MOURNING, so if you're looking for pure froth this won't fit the bill. But this book punched well above its emotional weight, considering its length, and succeeded in being truly touching. A heavier read than I'd expected; the hero and heroine are both MOURNING, so if you're looking for pure froth this won't fit the bill. But this book punched well above its emotional weight, considering its length, and succeeded in being truly touching.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Gayle

    3.5 stars. It's the time of year for Christmas stories, and this one caught my eye on my Kindle during a recent road trip. There was a lot of inner turmoil on the part of both main characters, but it was a cute story and I enjoyed it 3.5 stars. It's the time of year for Christmas stories, and this one caught my eye on my Kindle during a recent road trip. There was a lot of inner turmoil on the part of both main characters, but it was a cute story and I enjoyed it

  25. 4 out of 5

    Harlequin Books

    "Meier’s romance is a lot of fun to read; don’t be surprised if you find yourself stifling a giggle here and there. This one is fast paced and contemporary, just like the streets of Manhattan portrayed throughout" (RT Book Reviews, 4 stars). "Meier’s romance is a lot of fun to read; don’t be surprised if you find yourself stifling a giggle here and there. This one is fast paced and contemporary, just like the streets of Manhattan portrayed throughout" (RT Book Reviews, 4 stars).

  26. 5 out of 5

    Christine Rimmer

    Totally delightful. Two damaged people find their way to each other and healing--and all during the magic of the holidays.

  27. 4 out of 5

    PottWab Regional Library

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  28. 5 out of 5

    MalRoseMallory

    Well that ended quickly.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Samantha Amick

    Sweet Story This was an easy read. Characters were well developed. Story line was sweet. Would recommend this book to others looking for a quick read.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Mark Nicholson

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