The Holidays Can’t Get Much More Perfect!
Singer, Natalie Bright, sings for her supper, and for her grandmother’s supper too. With bills to pay and her grandmother’s illness to fight, life takes all the energy she has and then some. Love is something she tried once in her twenties and it didn’t work out. Natalie’s never stopped believing in miracles or in Santa, but she’s not very hopeful when it comes to finding love.
Several years ago, Dr. Jet Rahman, lost the love of his life who was also his best friend. Now his work fills the empty space inside him, and what’s left goes to his five-year-old daughter. Does he believe he can find love again? He certainly believes starting over is possible when you find someone who’s a good match for you. He and Natalie though? Well, they’re not a totally brilliant idea, no matter how hopeful kissing her makes him.
Can a bit of Christmas magic lead Natalie to believe in love again?
Natalie is so richly portrayed in this story, I felt her heartache, her love of her grandmother, and her fierce independent streak throughout this tale. She is quite a unique character even if her attitude toward men is not. When she and Jet meet the attraction is instant even if they have different ideas of what their future may hold. This sweet character driven read grabbed me from the start and I couldn’t put it down. It’s Christmasy and romantic and just made my heart happy!