Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Shelf Control - July 8

Shelf Control is a weekly celebration of the unread books on our shelves sponsored by Lisa at Bookshelf Fantasies. Pick a book you own but haven’t read, write a post about it (suggestions: include what it’s about, why you want to read it, and when you got it), and link up!

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This week I am featuring a Kindle freebie from my TBR pile.

BLURB: For Holly Englehardt, Christmas has always been a special day filled with family, friends, and a wacky tradition of watching Breakfast At Tiffany's while dressed up in the stars costumes. . .…tiara tiaras and all.

Holly's biggest client insists on having a Skype call on Christmas day to secure a deal of a lifetime, which is fine with her, because this year she's going to make a new tradition. ; Celebrating Christmas alone with her cat at her snowy remote family cabin as family and friends go their separate ways to celebrate the holiday.

When things everything start starts to go array, Holly has to call on her hunky neighbor for help in order to secure the her deal of a lifetime.

Will it all work out or will Holly pull the quilt over her head waiting for Christmas to be over?

DATE BOUGHT: 1/7/2017

WHY I BOUGHT IT: I like seasonal romances. Christmas is my favorite time of year, so that's no surprise.

What do you think of this novel? Have you read it? Would you read it based upon the blurb? 


Lisa @ Bookshelf Fantasies said...

It does sound sweet! Sounds like a perfect Hallmark movie. :)

Mallika@ LiteraryPotpourri said...

Just what Lisa said, it has the sound of a Hallmark movie--I enjoy Christmas settings a lot as well--whether in a romance or a mystery (The Blue Carbuncle, for instance).

Cheryl Malandrinos said...

Thanks for visiting, ladies. That's exactly what I thought when I downloaded it...though I think this type of story really comes through better as a movie.