Tuesday, November 22, 2016

The Christmas Tree By Allyson Charles *Review*

*I received a eARC of this for my honest review*


It was one little fender bender. Sadie was only in picturesque Pineville, Michigan, for a day, trying to handle the ramshackle house her grandmother left her and juggle the sale of her failing design business at the same time. Her debtors don’t care that it’s almost Christmas. But then neither does the big bad contractor whose truck got squashed.

Colt McCoy might be the least festive person she’s ever met. He’s gruff, rude, and way too upset about a minor accident. Of course, he is nice to look at, with dimples hiding in his scruffy beard and a body like a lumberjack’s. And Sadie will have plenty of time to enjoy the view, since their community service sentence has put the two of them in charge of Pineville’s jinxed Christmas tree.

But as their squabbles over ornaments turn to laughter, anyone can see Colt and Sadie have something electric. The hard part is guessing if they’ll light each other up—or just keep blowing the fuse . . .


This is a great read. It is full of homour and romance.  

I started reading it yesterday and I am glad I read it then because I really needed the laughs. This book is very well written and it kept me entertained and laughing.  

If you are looking for a romantic  and funny read this holiday season I do highly recommend this one.  

The Christmas Tree is book 2 in the Pineville series but you can read it as a stand-alone.  

You can now purchase this book in stores or online now. 

I give this 5 out of 5.

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