Wednesday, 22 December 2021

Audio: A lot like Chistmas by Jennifer Snow

 


Narrated by: Charlotte Claremont


Series: Blue Moon Bay, Book 2


Length: 8 hrs and 19 mins


Release date: 12-14-21


Publisher: Tantor Audio


Contemporary romance


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Jessica is tired making wedding cakes for exes, and damn that last bride did her dirty. Jessica wants to find someone nice, and keep him.




Mitch is busy, and suffering some trauma since his last mission with doctors without borders. He has to spend xmas with his family, and he wants to get back to work quickly (and also doesn't want to go because of trauma.)




They meet, they hit it off. But yes there is that thing that he only has a few weeks before going back. There is also this silly issue of him being to old for him. She is 29 and behold, he is 39. Yes I do not see the problem.




But it was cute, they liked each other fast, they want more, but she has her entire life there, and he can't stand still.




A good holiday romance. 




Good narration, she set the mood well, and had good voices for all. I felt right at home.






For Jessica Connolly, there is no better place than her coastal hometown of Blue Moon Bay. She has a wonderful family, supportive best friends, and a successful bakery on Main Street. Unfortunately, every time she designs one of her ex-boyfriends' wedding cakes, she's reminded just how unlucky she is with love...and that she's a good luck charm for men to find their happily ever after. With someone else. The minute they break up. So she's decided to be done with love.




Dr. Mitch Jameson is more comfortable traveling the world with Doctors Without Borders than staying in one place. He just needs to survive the holidays in his small hometown before he can leave again. The beautiful, intriguing bakery owner with an aversion to dating might be just who he needs to occupy his restless heart.




From sipping hot chocolates at the local festival of lights to early morning dessert deliveries, Jessica and Mitch rediscover the spirit of the holidays. But when the 25 days of Christmas are over, will their romance be over, too?


8 comments:

  1. Oh no, poor gal. That would be awful to have to do the cake for all her exes.

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  2. Yep 10 years is no big deal. I wouldn't want to bake a wedding cake for my ex! I'd be tempted to put Ex-Lax in it, lol!

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    1. I get small town, and then she had to attend the weddings too

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  3. Will keep an eye out for this one, sounds light and easy to listen to.

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