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Publisher Description

Heidi Forrester has it all–a new promotion, great friends, and plans to purchase a condo. But when her Christmas plans don’t pan out, she instead vacations solo in Merry, Montana–a picturesque mountain village where it’s Christmas year-round. Charmed, she jumps at the chance to join the festivities by assisting the incredibly handsome but understaffed owner of A World of Christmas, a two-story wonderland of Christmas decor, and finds more holiday spirit and fun than she ever did at glamorous resorts.

Ben McNamara can’t believe his luck when the beautiful visitor to his store offers to fill his seasonal help vacancy. Even more fortuitous, she’s a marketing genius who can help him make A World of Christmas more attractive to potential buyers. But as the date draws close for him to hand off his family’s legacy, Ben realizes that maybe it wasn’t the ever-present Christmas atmosphere that had bothered him, but rather the fact that he’d never had anyone to share it with.

Can Heidi convince Ben there's so much more to love on Yule Mountain than just Christmas?

October 15
Tule Publishing
Tule Publishing Inc.

Customer Reviews

BookSnuggle ,

Sweet Christmas Romance

A Merry Mountain Christmas by Trish Milburn. This is Heidi Forrester and Ben McNamara’s story.

This story takes place in Merry, Montana. Merry is a wonderful Christmas town. I enjoyed Ben and Heidi’s characters. A sweet and slow burn Christmas romance.

I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.

777sails ,

A wonderful holiday romance

I received a complimentary copy of this book from NetGalley and I am voluntarily reviewing it.

I so thoroughly enjoyed this Christmas-themed romance. The journey to Ben's and Heidi's HEA was a wonderful ride for me. I also love the Christmas holiday so it was a joy to read. To see these two come together and realize that while they have a nice life there is something missing though. Their journey to finally realize that life isn't a high-powered career or travel and that the missing element from their lives is the love of that special someone, was a meaningful one. The pivotal moment when the "light came on" was one when I wanted to jump for joy. I loved having the dual POVs. For me as a reader, it really helps to get the insight of the character. To see what drives them and to understand the actions that they take and the meaning behind their words.

The characters are ones that you can get behind and cheer for. The secondary characters are wonderful as well. I hope to read more about this lovely town called Merry. This is a book that you will want to read every holiday season.

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