Tuesday, December 16, 2014

REVIEW: The Mistletoe Effect by: Melissa Cutler

A Texas resort is famous for its December nuptials. No couple that’s ever gotten married at the Briscoe Ranch has divorced—a phenomenon that the wedding industry has dubbed the Mistletoe Effect. But when the resort owner’s own daughter leaves her wayward fiancé at the altar, the Briscoe Ranch faces a publicity nightmare. So the sister of the bride steps in to exchange vows with one of the ranch’s loyal employees instead. Their marriage might be a sham but the sparks between them are anything but. Sometimes a little bit of Christmas magic is all it takes for two hearts to end up in the right place at the right time…Could it be that this unlikely couple ends up with the greatest gift of all?


I would first like to thank Netgalley and St. Martins Press for providing us with a copy of this book so that we could bring you this review.

Oh this is the perfect read for the Christmas Holiday. It was such a sweet and wonderful love story about two people who find love through a little superstition. Yes everyone thinks that Carina and Decker marry for the good of the ranch, but through the short days they spend married they not only fall in a deep love that started off as crushes, but learn they want more for each other. They want to make sure each of them realize their dream, what will make them happy is to see that the other gets what they have always wanted, even if that means losing their own dream. Granny June is a cute fun old lady character, Ty Briscoe is an ass, who I wish would learn how to express his love for his daughter in a better way. Carina is a sweet character, who is not only extremely dedicated to her family but to her job. So dedicated at times that she doesn't take enough time to do what she really loves. Decker, is that sexy bad boy as well as the hard worker who has decided to change his womanizing ways and sets his goals on fulfilling his life long dream before finding that those dreams have changed. 

Happy Reading... Adri

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