4.5 classical christmassy stars!
What better way to kick off December, the holiday season, than with a sweet, sexy Christmas novella?! Christmas Wishes by Karen Ferry was not only a perfect start but also HELLO GARRETT!!
Lord have I missed that man and all his dirty mouthed dominance. He’s FIIIIIIINNNNE! And SO, SO, HOT!
As a huge fan of Fool for Love this novella was a beautiful addition to the characters I loved. I took great pleasure in catching up with them and falling back in love with them. Karen managed to add in plenty of story that held my attention and allowed the story to flow and breathe in the direction it was supposed to go.
I also must add that Karen’s writing has improved SO FREAKING MUCH. Words hold so much more emotion, everything blends together perfectly. I could have happily read a full length novel based on this extra story, I was utterly captivated!
Christmas Wishes is sweet, sexy and romantic, definitely perfect for this holiday season!
Most lovers can’t wait to celebrate their first Christmas together –
but for Suzy and Garrett, the special season comes with a few surprises
I got the happily-ever-after that I had always hoped for. My life in New York seems like a fairy-tale – though my knight is not a white one. He is all the colours of the rainbow, and I love him more and more with each passing day.
Despite my happiness, I miss my home. I miss my parents. I miss my friends.
I wish I knew of a way to combine my past life with my present.
Maybe I can wish for a little Christmas magic?
She’s my light – the only one who can see into the depths of my soul. I’ll do anything to keep her happy. I wish she would let me inside her mind so I can help erase the shadows from her eyes.
Our happiness is interrupted when my family find themselves in trouble. I have to help them get back on the right track before it’s too late.
All they want is a Merry Christmas, but how is that possible when the outside world won’t let them?
Author’s Note: This is a novella in the Believe Series and it is important that you read Fool for Love first.