#Bookreview – Mistletoe Inn by Jacquie Biggar

Book reviews

What Amazon says

Fall in love this holiday season!

A grieving man finds the greatest gift is love in this heartwarming holiday romance.

Molly McCarty is in need of a new beginning after a disastrous divorce. When the opportunity to invest in a bed and breakfast appears online in Christmas, Michigan she’s intrigued.

A snow storm derails her travels and leaves her at the mercy of a grim stranger- who turns out to be her new partner!

Noah Kincaid loses his parents in a tragic fire that leaves him scarred inside and out. He’s raised by a great-aunt and is devastated when cancer takes her life. But vowing never to care about anyone again is hampered by his troublesome new partner and her son.

Will a Christmas miracle bring three lonely hearts the gift of love?

My review

Mistletoe Inn is a quick and enjoyable romance with a Christmas theme. I think the cover is very attractive and it certainly fitted this delightful story.

Recently divorced, Molly, is looking for a new start and snaps up an opportunity to help run Mistletoe Inn in the small town of Christmas. On the way to her new job, Molly and her five year old son, are caught in a blizzard and she ends up having an accident while trying to avoid hitting a deer on the road. Molly’s new partner at the inn, Noah, comes to her rescue and pulls Molly and Leo from the crash, fortunately, neither of them are seriously injured. Leo is a cute boy and quickly settles into life in his new home. It is not quite so easy for Molly, who is attracted to the moody and difficult Noah.

Noah has his own unfortunate history that he has never come to terms with and is certainly not looking for a relationship with a woman, but he is fascinated by the beautiful Molly who proves herself to be a competent and helpful business partner.

Can they overcome their pasts and embrace their good luck in meeting? You will have to read the book to find out.

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27 thoughts on “#Bookreview – Mistletoe Inn by Jacquie Biggar

  1. This sounds delightful and perfect for a holiday read. Jacquie Biggar tells tales that would make Hallmark proud. Wonderful review, Robbie. I haven’t gotten to this one yet, but have read plenty of other stories by Jacquie and she always delivers a beautiful story.

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