When Merry returns home this holiday season by the wishes of her father, Mr. Claus, her world will instantly change from the moment she meets the son of Jack Frost. With two families that have so many secrets, can two hearts be strong enough when it comes to love? It may just take a Christmas Miracle...
©2013 Alice Moring (P)2013 Alice Moring
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"Cute Christmas Tale"
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary honest review. I enjoyed this short Christmas story. It put me in the Christmas mood, which I am grateful for. However, I was not impressed by the audiobook. I found the narrator to be completely distracting. I believe a female narrator would have been better. I was not able to connect with any of the characters and I found myself negatively asking "what?!" more frequently than I'd like to. The pauses/transitions before each chapter were so long and I thought that my audible stopped working or froze each time. Overall, I would recommend this book to others. The book is only 92 pages and it was a cute story. Very predictable and fairly rushed, but overall, cute.
"A Whimsical Holiday Story"
I enjoyed this audiobook in an afternoon of driving and holiday shopping. It's sweet whimsical story line takes you into the Santa fantasy world and delights readers with a charming Christmas story that ends with love. Best if enjoyed with a seasonal beverage!
"Did someone forget to edit this book?"
I expected this book to be a little cheesy, but it was worse than cheesy. Was this a self published book with no editor? The characters were always saying, "Anyways" and at one point someone stated that their, "leg was broke."
Really people? I am no English major, but this story drove me crazy! If you do not mind crimes against grammar, it does have a happy ending.
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