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Stockings, Snow, and Mistletoe by Meg Easton: Book Review

  *Book received for consideration. All thoughts are my own.






Two full-length Christmas romances to snuggle up with and swoon over. Both are full of heart, humor, hope, and all the magic of Christmas wrapped up in one holiday-filled collection.

Christmas at the End of Main Street: All either of them wants for Christmas are some jingle bells, to deck the halls, and for everyone to stop finding them dates. This Christmas, Macie and Aaron are teaming up to make everyone believe they're dating each other so they'll quit trying to line them up with others. But as this fake relationship starts to feel real, can they overcome the obstacles in their way?

A Kiss at Christmas: Kelli wants a perfect little Christmas. Parker just wants to ignore it. Both believe they’re going to be spending the holidays alone. Until the owner of the company they both work for—a man who has a secret knack for matchmaking—invites a dozen employees to celebrate Christmas on the beach. Can they get past their workplace rivalry and take a chance that might just be imperfectly perfect?

Fall in love with these sweet holiday-filled romances! Start reading today.

Meg Easton is the USA Today bestselling author of contemporary sweet romances and romantic comedies with fun-loving, unforgettable characters and locations worthy of packing up and moving to. She has received the Swoony Award for Best Contemporary Romance of the Year, and her books and audiobooks have been RONE Award and Whitney Award finalists.

She lives at the foot of a mountain with her name on it (or at least one letter of her name) in the Rockies, where she loves spending time with her husband and three kids.

Join Meg’s Reader’s Group for a FREE e-book of LOOKING FOR LOVE (SORT OF) and find out more about Meg and her books at www.megeaston.com


Stockings, Snow and Mistletoe is a collection featuring two festive holiday reads by Meg Easton. These are both parts of other series but can absolutely be enjoyed as standalones without any issue. (I had personally not read any of the other books in either series and enjoyed them just the same!)

Christmas at the End of Main Street is a super cute holiday read. Macie and Aaron both have meddlesome people in their lives who want to see them with someone... but both have their reasons for not wanting to be in a relationship. To get people to back off with their matchmaking ways, they decide to pretend to be a couple. I absolutely love fake dating, of course... and I love meddlesome family members/friends just as much! In this one, it was actually Aaron's high school students who were doing the meddling and even signing him up for a dating app, which I thought was a really fun little spin. Macie's family was the absolute best and I loved seeing all their holiday festivities! I couldn't get enough of these two together and really enjoyed their story.

A Kiss at Christmas is a workplace rivalry to more... with a beach vacation thrown into the mix. And it was so much fun! Right from the start, I absolutely adored these two with their rivalry and pranks towards one another. The cat prank? Yeah, definitely had me laughing out loud! But as the story goes on and we get to see other sides of their stories and the baggage they were carrying, I found myself rooting for them even more. They certainly have their fair share of challenges to work through, but it was balanced well with humor and holiday fun that I couldn't help but enjoy! 

Both books are quick and festive reads, perfect for the busy holiday season. They are closed-door romances with no language. If you're looking for sweet holiday reads, this collection is definitely a must read. 


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