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review 2015-12-04 09:00
Brief Thoughts: Mistletoe Mischief
Mistletoe Mischief - Stacey Joy Netzel

Mistletoe Mischief -- Stacey Joy Netzel

Book 1 of Romancing Wisconsin



This novella was equal parts sweet, heart-warming, fun, cute, and quite romance-y (even without the sexy times). As a holiday season romance fluff piece it delivered exactly what I'd been expecting and more.

There's Christmas in July at the zoo, two single parents whose young daughters have become attached at the hip, a summer time Santa Claus in red boxer shorts and matching flip-flops, a few misunderstandings, and lots of mistletoe.

There was humor and lots of feel good moments that had me grinning big. There was nice banter between Eric and his brother, and there a nice, angst-less means of resolving romantic conflict.

Also, the two little girls were super sweet and adorable.

Mistletoe Mischeif is definitely a great read for the Christmas holiday. I'm even contemplating picking up the next two Mistletoe books in this Romancing Wisconsin series.



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review 2012-12-28 00:00
Mistletoe Mischief - Stacey Joy Netzel The best Christmas book I read this year although it was about Christmas in July :)
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review 2012-12-18 00:00
Mistletoe Mischief - Stacey Joy Netzel This is one of those reads that are perfect for a moment of downtime. It's a sweet, cute and short read that left a smile on my face. While it is a short read the author does a great job at giving the characters some depth as well as some background to help flesh them out. In the end you have characters who feel human and are not subjected to the cookie-cutter routine. They have a genuine reaction to each other and due to some misunderstanding they even have a bit of aversion, but it was sweet to see them come together. It didn't feel as rushed as I expected and instead of an open or rushed ending the author gives a nice epilogue to wrap it up. It's a great holiday read but it's not overly loaded with the holiday theme and can easily be read at anytime during the year.
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