‘Was he willing to try again, to love, knowing he could lose it all? Chloe would never be his. If the worst happened, he would lose her, too.’
Finally! I’ve been looking forward to Kenny and Bailey’s story for a while now, and I am happy to say they were just as endearing and perfect for each other as I had been hoping they would be. Don’t you just love it when a romance meets your expectations?
Yours for Christmas has to be one of the sweetest Christmas romance novellas out there. If you’ve read the previous couple of Fool’s Gold novels about the former football players, and Taryn, who own Score, you already know they are a bunch of kindhearted people underneath the macho attitude. But I really think Kenny is the sweetest of the guys, hands down.
I am going to try to briefly review this but I am not sure I can without throwing things or drinking heavily or both. It is not badly written. Ms. Mallery puts words together well. Thus the 2.5 stars. It is simply enraging, at least to me. Perhaps the cat on my lap will help keep the violence to a minimum.
There are spoilers and strong language behind the pagebreak. And some capslocks of rage. But before I go there I must warn all prospective readers: 1. Secret baby, and 2. Deadbeat dad.