The Billionaire’s Blue Christmas by Jennifer Griffith

December 1, 2018 | 1 Comment
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The Billionaire’s Blue Christmas by Jennifer GriffithThe Billionaire's Blue Christmas
Author: Jennifer Griffith
Series: Clean Billionaire Beach Club #13
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook
Pages: 179
Date: December 18, 2018
Publisher: Indie

He needs this job to honor his late wife. She needs to complete her late fiancé’s bucket list to be free.

Former action-movie star Chet has counted the days since he lost his wife last New Year’s Eve almost a year ago. When he’s given a shot at starring in a reboot of her favorite TV show, he jumps at it. But there’s a catch: the producers won’t hire him unless he can prove he’s regained emotional stability—by bringing a steady girlfriend to his five auditions.

Which means: five mandatory dates for this bereft widower.

Social worker Holly lost her fiancé to war. With his good life snuffed out too soon, she feels compelled to finish his bucket list of unselfish deeds. But four years later, several remain, and they’re ridiculously impossible. Until she accomplishes her soldier’s dreams, she can’t even consider moving on with her life.

When they meet on the beach at Getaway Bay, what she doesn’t know is homeless-looking mourner Chet is actually Colt Winchester, screen star and fashion icon. What he doesn’t know is that he’s a means to an end.

When their walls start to crumble on their Christmas season dates, can these two find love again, or will they forever be chasing ghosts?

Rating: Mild+. Mild kissing; mild sensuality.


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About Jennifer Griffith

Jennifer is a wife and a mom of five weathering the chaos by writing escapist fiction. Jennifer has no plans to write the Great American Novel. She’d rather compose what someone would read on a rainy afternoon with a cup of cocoa, or sitting on a beach chair while the waves crash. Light, frothy, gone.

One response to “The Billionaire’s Blue Christmas by Jennifer Griffith

  1. Maria

    I liked both Chet and Holly. Both of them were dealing with grief and in very different ways. I’d have to say that hers was more positive but still not really healthy. It was interesting that both of them had lost their loves and were trying to find a way to live for that loved one as opposed to one character having lost and the other saving the day. These two needed to save each other. And they both kept secrets for a good part of the book.

    Usually it bugs me when one character doesn’t communicate important information and I want to yell, “just get on with it!” but this time I actually liked the first part of the story better when Holly doesn’t know who Chet is and thinks he some down and out guy she needs to help. It was true he was down but as a billionaire, he certainly wasn’t out. And Chet doesn’t know that Holly’s fiance has died. That portion of the book was more interesting to me. I think I’m getting too old because as soon as love interests start wanting to make out all the time I get less interested in the story. So when their physical attraction heats up was when the story took a little decline in my interest levels. I was far more interested in the way they were dealing with their grief and how they would be able to move on with their lives than I was with their wanting to kiss all the time. I know. People like kissing books. But just a little is enough for me. This wasn’t descriptive-over the top- making out but just not as interesting to me as the rest of the story. Okay, I’m done now.

    I thought the story line was unique and interesting. It is a clean, easy read and made me wonder a bit about bucket lists. I don’t really have one. Should I make one?

    No language, violence or sex.

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