Must Love Mistletoe
Bailey Sullivan can't stand Christmas, even though her family's business is a store specializing in the perfect holiday. But now her hometown's chief supplier of rooftop Rudolphs and treetop angels is in danger of going under—it's up to Bailey to save the shop.She has it all planned: She'll... show more
Bailey Sullivan can't stand Christmas, even though her family's business is a store specializing in the perfect holiday. But now her hometown's chief supplier of rooftop Rudolphs and treetop angels is in danger of going under—it's up to Bailey to save the shop.She has it all planned: She'll arrive on December 1 and be gone by Christmas. Plus there's always spiked eggnog to ease the pain. But "Humbug" Bailey's not the only one home for the holidays. Finn Jacobson—legendary local bad boy-turned-Secret Service agent and Bailey's long-lost high-school sweetheart—is once again the boy next door. Only this time he's all grown up, and the sparks are flying faster and hotter than ever!Bailey believes in true love about as much as she believes in Santa Claus. But as the holiday draws closer, she's starting to think about one thing she'd like to find under her tree . . .
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: December 1st 2006
Pages no: 358
Edition language: English
Series: Holiday Duets (#1)
3.5 stars. The secondary romance with Bailey's mom and Dan took up too much time. Plus they got the first love scene which threw me. I don't think the author dedicated that much time to Bailey and Finn. The characters acted immature at times. However, I did love Finn. I just wish the characters were...
I liked this holiday story with so many complex emotional issues to resolve including the secondary romance but so many times I felt the women held on to their insecurities too long. Bailey is called home to help with family store at the same time the neighbors grandson Finn and her first love come...
I'm so angry with myself for not reading this sooner. I absolutely adored it. It was so good, in fact, that I stayed up until 6 a.m. to finish it.Normally heroines like Bailey - who are jaded and cynical about men based on things that happened in their childhood - would annoy me, but she didn't. I t...
Nice story but ... there is almost none left if you take away all the sex. I was looking forward to a romantic Christmas story (Miss Scrooge meets childhood sweetheart on Christmas) and was pretty contented after reading the first chapter. However from the second chapter onwards it was a string of f...