Marrying Miss Kringle: Stella by Lucy McConnell

October 12, 2020 | 1 Comment
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Marrying Miss Kringle: Stella by Lucy McConnellMarrying Miss Kringle: Stella
Author: Lucy McConnell
Series: Marrying Miss Kringle #5
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 416
Date: October 12, 2020
Publisher: Orchard View Publishing

Christmas Magic is up to no good in this holiday romance about Santa’s daughter’s quest to find true love before Christmas.

Stella is the last “Single Kringle.”

Which means it’s up to her to save Christmas.

The trouble is…

The one man who makes her heart merry and bright—turned her down under the mistletoe.

Pastor Kristopher Willis performed the wedding ceremonies for all four Kringle sisters. He believes in Santa. He’s flown in a sleigh. But he doesn’t understand the true meaning of Christmas. He messed up with Stella last Christmas Eve and has no idea how to make things right.

The longer it takes for Stella to fall in love, the less Christmas cheer in the world. You don’t want to be around a grumpy elf during the holiday rush, and crowded department stores are a nightmare.

Can Santa’s Naughty-List daughter do the right thing this holiday season?


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About Lucy McConnell

Lucy McConnell is an Amazon Best-Selling Contemporary Romance Author. She has been published in national magazines, newspapers, short story compilations, and she writes cookbooks under the name Christina Dymock. If she’s not at the computer, you can find her on the ski slopes, in a boat, in the kitchen, or in the stands watching one of her children bat, dribble, or play goalie.

One response to “Marrying Miss Kringle: Stella by Lucy McConnell

  1. Maria

    Ahhh, sweet ending to the series which further tied together all the books and why the Christmas magic works the way it does. Very cute. Stella is something of a spitfire and I loved how Kris loved her for it while simultaneously was driven crazy by it. They really are a cute couple. I was glad to be able to read the entire series pretty much back to back and gain a greater understanding of the family. I didn’t really understand Stella’s wild girl tendencies until I got to this one.
    I loved some of the things that are explained over the course of the series about Santa and the North Pole. Elements that I’ve never thought of before suddenly have a greater explanation. But my favorite thing is the Christmas curses. I’m implementing them into my vocabulary as a sweeter way to express frustration. Fun book. Fun series.

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