5 out of 5 Licks
Sapphire Falls, Christmas Novella
It’s Christmas time in Sapphire Falls!
At least one good thing has come from Levi Spencer’s car accident– it seems to have knocked some sense into him. He’s ready to leave his wild Vegas playboy ways behind and become a new man. And he knows just the place to do it… his brother Joe’s new hometown. He’s never spent time in a place described as quaint or idyllic, and now he intends to revel in every charming, sweet thing he can find. Like the homegrown country girl his brother sets him up with for the Christmas formal.
Kate Leggot wants just one great Christmas. After a childhood without Christmas at all and three failed attempts to find the seasonal magic on her own, she agrees to spend the holiday with her friend Phoebe in Sapphire Falls. The Christmas-crazy town is a far cry from San Francisco and Kate quickly finds herself drawn into everything from the snow to the hot cocoa. And, of course, the sweet country boy Phoebe has set her up with for the formal. Looks like she’s going to get everything she wanted– and more– under the tree this year.
A not-so-little mix-up, a hot kiss under the mistletoe and a candy cane or two later and December in Sapphire Falls has never been so hot.
This is a novella, about half the length of the novels in this series. Read only if you like fun, small town contemporary romances where they talk dirty and act even dirtier.
I want to live in Sapphire Falls!!! *sigh* Since I can’t live there I’m glad I can at least read all about it. It’s Christmas in Sapphire Falls and the town is in full on Christmas cute mode. The kissing booth has even been transformed into a hot coco stand-seriously how cute is that?! Kate and Levi haven’t had the best experiences at Christmas so they are both determined to have better this year. The mistaken identity is corrected fairly quickly but the sparks between them couldn’t be extinguished (not that they tried too hard though). Levi may not be able to start a fire or cut down a tree but he manages to melt your heart with his effort and desire to give Kate the best Christmas ever. I loved, loved, loved this book! I never want this series to end. The town and the people are the best. The stories manage to be super sweet and freaking HOT at the same time. And the things Kate and Levi do with candy canes should either be outlawed or practiced all year long! 😉