Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Mistletoe Mansion

Mistletoe Mansion by Samantha Tonge

Kimmy Jones has three loves: cupcakes, gossip magazines and dreaming of getting fit just by owning celeb workouts.
When Kimmy’s Sensible Boyfriend told her he didn’t approve of her longing for the high life or her dream of starting a cupcake company Kimmy thought she could compromise – after all, she did return those five-inch Paris Hilton heels! But asking her to trade in cake-making for a job sorting potatoes is a step too far.
So, newly single - and newly homeless – Kimmy needs a dusting of Christmas luck. And, masquerading as a professional house sitter, her new temporary home is the stunning Mistletoe Mansion. Soon she’s best buds with glamorous next door golf WAG Melissa, and orders are pouring in for her fabulous Merry Berry cupcakes! The only thorn in her side is handsome handyman Luke, a distraction she definitely doesn’t need. And talking of distractions, something very odd is going on at night…
Kimmy is finally living the life she’s always wanted. But will her glimpse into the glittering lifestyle of the rich and famous be as glamorous as she’s always imagined…?


3.0 out of 5 stars Cute light hearted comedyDecember 16, 2014
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This review is from: Mistletoe Mansion (Kindle Edition)
This wasn't a bad book, it was just ok. (The 3 stars from me is not that bad of a rating, trust me) At the beginning, I hated Adam. But then as we get to know Kimmy, I couldn't stand her. What grown woman is so obsessed with fame, fortune and celebs that she acts like a teenager? She was selfish and I felt had no work ethic. It took me awhile to get into this book. But I was surprised. The farther into the book I got, the more I enjoyed it. I suddenly came around to liking and enjoying Kimmy. Terry was great. I liked him. Luke was too hot and cold for me. I could never understand what he was thinking/feeling. It just didn't feel right.

There are a few editing errors in here. But if you want a light hearted romantic comedy for the holidays, grab this title. It won't blow you away, but it's sure to give you some giggles.
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