🎸Mini Reviews🐈 – All I Want for Christmas by Maggie Knox and A Cat Cafe Christmas by Codi Gary

Click on the link to buy from The Ripped Bodice!
All I Want for Christmas

🎸
All I Want for Christmas
by Maggie Knox
__
A pitch-perfect holiday rom com about two oil-and-water reality-star country singers who must fake a relationship in order to win the opportunity of a lifetime.
__
A fake dating between two country singers. Told in dual timelines and dual POV. It was a little hard to follow at times but the setting of Nashville and Banff were nice to visit. 

There was a lot of miscommunication in this one which I don’t mind as a trope.

The reality star singing show and industry stuff was interesting.

I just love that he crochets and makes people clothing items. Though there was constant miscommunication and doubting each other it was only because they were holding back from each other and couldn’t anticipate each other.

Synopsis:

A pitch-perfect holiday rom com about two oil-and-water reality-star country singers who must fake a relationship in order to win the opportunity of a lifetime, perfect for fans of Sally Thorne’s The Hating Game and Christina Lauren’s In a Holidaze.

Will they hit the right notes this holiday season?

When Sadie and Max are selected as contestants on the famed reality singing show Starmaker, each thinks they’ve finally gotten their big Nashville break. But then they’re paired up for duet week and stun the world with their romantic onstage chemistry. With fans going wild for #Saxie the network demands that they remain a duo on and offstage, or exit the competition. Faking a relationship until their final performance in the Starmaker holiday special shouldn’t be too hard, except for one small problem—Sadie and Max can’t stand each other. 

But with their dreams just within reach, they agree to the ruse. Will their fake relationship be exposed before they can win? Or might their phony connection turn real by the Christmas finale?



🐈
A Cat Cafe Christmas
by Codi Gary


A Cat Cafe Christmas


__
A laugh-out-loud, opposites attract romance about three of the world’s most beloved C’s: Christmas, Coffee, and Cats
__
Such a cute rom com with cats, coffee and drama. Well ex coming back and when she’s trying to move on type drama. Well also he had issues with his recent ex too and omg I would feel the same as him. It’s hard to trust again after being taking advantage of.

Loved the marketing and vet talk.

The kitten that he adopted sounded like a handful. But the kitten grew on him.

❓ Are you doing Elf on the Shelf?
Our elf doesn’t prank or do anything messy but she likes to be creative and fun. They wanted her to change into her super hero costume. And she left a cipher to decode cause we watch both Ebola Holmes movies today. Rainy day.

Thank you putnambooks , readforeverpub and netgalley for the e-ARC for my honest and voluntary review.

📚Bookmark from @alicia_marks_it use RADUS15 to save 15%.

🕯️ Candle from @shadowicks use LAURA15 to save!

Synopsis:

A laugh-out-loud, opposites attract romance about three of the world’s most beloved C’s: Christmas, Coffee, and Cats.

Veterinarian and animal lover Kara Ingalls needs a Christmas miracle. Opening the Meow and Furrever Cat Café to find loving homes for adorable, adoptable cats was a dream come true—but with more cats than customers, it’s quickly turning into a nightmare. If Kara can’t figure out some way to get the café out of the red, it won’t last past the holidays.

Marketing guru Ben Reese may be annoyingly smart and frustratingly bossy, but when he hatches a plan to put the café in the “green” by Christmas, Kara realizes that she’d be a fool to turn down his help. And so what if he turns out to be an excellent problem solver and nerdy-hot—he can’t even handle fostering one little kitten. She needs to keep their relationship professional and focus on saving the cafe.

But if Ben and Kara can set aside their differences—and find homes for all the cats by Christmas—they might discover that, by risking their hearts, they’ll have their own purr-fect holiday . . . together.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s