Books: All’s Fair in Love and Christmas

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It seems strange to be only a couple of days in Autumn and here I am reviewing Christmas books.

This one was a quick read and put me in mind of the Christmas movies that come out on the W Network. Mackenzie Graham and Jeremy Fletcher are the main characters in this book, All’s Fair in Love and Christmas.

All's Fair in Love and Christmas by Sarah Monet

Both work at an agency that has offered both of them a promotion, but only the best person will be chosen. It seems each Christmas this happens and the person that demonstrates the best Christmas values/decorating skills/spirit is awarded the promotion.

All's Fair in Love and Christmas by Sarah Monzen

The two characters go all out to show their love of Christmas. Mackenzie’s motive is to get the promotion along with more money to help pay for the cost of her Mother’s care in a nursing home, while Jeremey, who is the guardian of his niece and nephew needs to money to help raise them.

All's Fair in Love and Christmas by Sarah Monzen

It is fun to see the different activities they each come up with. Mackenzie seems focused on the other employees and what pleases them in an effort to bring back memories of past Christmas celebrations.

There is a slight twist at the end, which of course you will have to read to find the ending and see who gets the promotion.

All's Fair in Love and Christmas by Sarah Monzen

I’ve been working on a new crochet project while reading this book. There is no rush, so I’m just taking my time and enjoying working on this project.

I enjoyed reading this book and encourage you to find a copy for yourself to read. Perhaps you’ll find the copy I donated to my favourite little library.

Christmas books

The other book I was sent to review was, You Make it Feel Like Christmas.

I was sent these books to review from the Nuts About Books program at Graf-Martin Communications and Baker Publishing Group. After reading the books are donated to the Christian thrift store, the local library, shared with friends or left in little free libraries for others to enjoy.

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