by Stacey Joy Netzel
“You were the last one here.”
“I – Get outta here. I’m not kissing a toad.”
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Title: Mistletoe Mischief
Author: Stacey Joy Netzel
Publisher: Stacey Joy Netzel
Book: #1 of Romancing Wisconsin
Rating: 3 Voodoos
Christmas in July at the zoo is the last place single parents Eric Riley and Marissa Wilder expect to find love. Thanks to some mistletoe mischief in the form of their two young daughters and Santa, they discover mistletoe rules were not made to be broken. Romancing Wisconsin, a USA Today Bestselling Series from NY Times bestselling author, Stacey Joy Netzel “To everything there is a season…” Love finds a way during the four seasons in the Romancing Wisconsin Series. Starting with the Christmas holiday/Winter, then moving on to Autumn, check out the first six books in this bestselling, heartwarming series set in small town Wisconsin. Meet the Rileys, the Walshes, and best of all, Butch…a.k.a. Santa Butch. The mischievous matchmaker makes a cameo in each story-adding a touch of magic to the lives of everyone he loves, and even those he’s just met.
This was a cute little story. A lot cuter than I was expecting, but no steamy stuff was shoehorned in so it had the time. I didn’t expect it to be a meet cute with an ‘update’ at the end though. I’d have liked to see a little more than day 1 and day 151 though!
I was expecting to find this annoying and cheesy but I actually didn’t. I found this story quite well written and I loved the descriptions. Possibly one in particular….
The misunderstandings were silly and didn’t last long enough to bother me and the outcome worked out for the best.
I did find this story too short and I was sad to see we didn’t find out the August event and how the October event would have impacted it. These would have been big things and it would have added a lot to the story to include them I think. I’m not curious enough to buy book 2 though.
Just the right book to start off the Christmas kindle clear out with; a story about Christmas in July! Perfect length for a quick cup of tea (or a long traffic jam!)