Sawdust and Mistletoe by Michelle Pennington

November 14, 2017 | 1 Comment
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Sawdust and Mistletoe by Michelle PenningtonSawdust and Mistletoe
Author: Michelle Pennington
Series: Christmas in Willow Falls #1
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook
Pages: 186
Date: November 14, 2017
Publisher: Indie

Can mistletoe kisses make her believe again?

By December first, Ava Grisham is already sick of Christmas. Unfortunately, she has to survive decorating for her boss’s wealthy clients so she can afford to quit after New Year’s. Everything is on track for her to start her own design company until she hires a new handyman and all her meticulous plans fall apart. Not only is her future business in danger, but so is her heart. Hunter is talented, strong, and charming, but falling for such a free-and-easy man will only lead to heartbreak.

Hunter Newman loves his single life with no responsibilities, but he’s always there for his family. When his brother loses his job, he drives across the country to help however he can. Then he meets Ava and realizes his brother isn’t the only one who needs help. Ava captivates him with her determination and warm heart, but she’s lost the joy of Christmas. He’s determined to put the sparkle back in her eyes, even if it means risking his heart.

Somewhere between the twinkle lights and candy canes, they’ll discover the magic of the season. But can they find a way to be together?

Rating: Mild. Mild crude humor; mild substance use; mild kissing.


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About Michelle Pennington

Michelle Pennington

Michelle Pennington writes clean, heart-pounding, sigh-inducing romance across multiple genres. She spends her days quoting movies with her husband and making messes faster than her four kids. She loves to make magic by stringing words together, but she also creates designer sugar cookies, sings loud in church, and kills too many house plants. ​

One response to “Sawdust and Mistletoe by Michelle Pennington

  1. Maria

    This was an enjoyable read. Hallmark could totally base a movie on it. It is predictable, will have a happily ever after, clean and just good fun. Everything you need for Hallmark. You know going in how it is going to end but you get to enjoy the ride while it gets there. I’ve had it on my Kindle for nearly a couple years now. It got lost in the hundreds of books but I needed some Christmas reading. So glad I found this one again.

    I liked the main characters and wanted them to get together. I prefer when both characters have to give a little to make their relationship work but I think they can have their happily ever after as written. I liked that both of them are dedicated to the work they do and family. And I liked the secondary characters as well. The awful ones were just that – awful. And the good ones were lovable. The niece is super cute and I loved her tree decorating tricks. Very funny.

    Sex: some kisses, ogling, inappropriate attempt at seduction
    Language: no
    Violence: no

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