Oh, Come On—Be Faithful by Cami Checketts

December 17, 2015 | 1 Comment

Oh, Come On—Be Faithful by Cami CheckettsOh, Come On—Be Faithful
Author: Cami Checketts
Series: Countdown to Christmas #3
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook
Publisher: Trifecta Books

Former Army security expert Matt Degan is in desperate need of a Christmas miracle. His ex-wife cleaned out his savings account and abandoned their son. Sadly, he has no presents stashed.

When he finds a job as a bodyguard for Mikayla Lambert, a billionaire heiress who has been tormented by a stalker for four years, he’s caught up in family drama that threatens this beautiful woman he’s becoming enamored with and might also endanger his son. Can Matt protect everyone and save Christmas for his son, or will the stalker succeed at kidnapping Mikayla and destroying any chance at love between them?

Oh, Come On—Be Faithful gets its inspiration from the song Oh, Come All Ye Faithful. It is book #3 in the Countdown to Christmas collection, a series of Christmas romances, all loosely based on a popular Christmas song.

Note: Not all authors in this series are LDS.

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About Cami Checketts

Cami Checketts is married and the proud mother of four future WWF champions. Sometimes between being a human horse, cleaning up magic potions, and reading Bernstein Bears, she gets the chance to write fiction.

One response to “Oh, Come On—Be Faithful by Cami Checketts

  1. Maria

    ** spoiler alert ** First of all, what a great title! I read that the author based Brock’s dialog on things her own 8 year old said and I moved the book up to the top of my tbr pile so I could see what he said. It has been a long time since I had an 8 year old in the house. I might have thought this kid was written too mature except that she took the words from her own son’s mouth. Brock was a great kid. I’d love to be around someone as positive and caring as he is. He and Kyler together were great.

    The romance was sweet. It starts as a fake relationship so Matt can be Mik’s bodyguard and track down her stalker. The fake does not last very long and they jump quickly to love but it is a novella so there isn’t time to let it develop slowly.

    There is also the element of mystery/intrigue in trying to figure out who the stalker is and catch him. I thought I knew from the start who the stalker was but I fell for a red herring. The whole stalker thing was kind of scary to me. Not because it was written to be scary but the idea of having someone do this is horrifying.

    I liked both Matt and Mik and wanted them to be together. It was quick but again – novella. It doesn’t leave time for a slow burn.

    I could understand Sarah’s depression and understand her withdrawal because of it. I’m not 100% sure that someone could snap out of it quite as easily as she does but everyone is different so perhaps someone could even if I couldn’t. But it was an interesting turn that she decided to engage in life again before her HEA arrives. The Christmas miracle made it so all the main characters could have a happily ever after and who doesn’t want that in a Christmas book? Gotta end with everyone getting their Christmas wish.

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