Wednesday, January 1, 2014

The Trouble with Christmas by Debbie Mason

Let me give you a little history with Debbie Mason's The Trouble with Christmas and me. Back in October I participated in particular book's blog tour. I was planning to get download the book from NetGalley when it went into the archive. Oh no. I know. So, I was kicking myself cause I have been hearing great stuff about this book. So, I broke down a bought myself a copy. Well it became unarchive, but I still had my own personal copy. I have to say that I'm glad I have a personal copy, because this book is awesome. Seriously loved The Trouble with Christmas.

What makes this story so great? First off, you meet Madison Lane who gives off this anti-Christmas vibe, come on she gets dubbed "The Grinch". Now she has to go to Christmas, Colorado to fix the debacle that was created. However, luck was not in her favor. No, it seems like life wants to use Madison as it's personal punching bag. Plus, it doesn't help that she's not a fan of small town and it goes back to growing up in a small town. Also she's not making the sheriff life any easier.

The Trouble with Christmas will having you laughing out loud and it will having you feeling sorry for Madison. Not only that you have a cast of characters that are unforgettable. For instance, you have the biggest instigator, Nell McBride who happens to be Sheriff Gage McBride great aunt. She's a whole lot of trouble all wrapped up in a little old lady with her two compatriots Fred and Ted. Come on, Nell would make Machiavelli like a child. Plus, these mischief makers make Maddie's life hell. However, they want her to see how great Christmas, Colorado. Then you have the weasel that is gunning for her job which happens to be her bossy's nephew. I wanted to ring his neck myself. Of course, there is romance between Gage and Maddie, but comes with a couple complications. One of them is he believes she's trying to ruin Christmas and other his children. Yet our little instigator can't let anything go, because she something between Maddie and Gage.

Honestly, The Trouble with Christmas is one of those stories you get excited you want to tell everyone how great it is and you want talk about the funny parts. There is a lot of funny parts just made me go "Oh My". I would recommend this book for those who love small town stories. Or for those who love stories by Jill Shalvis and Hope Ramsay. So, if you are still in the Christmas mood or haven't finished your Christmas books and don't mind adding another, seriously try The Trouble with Christmas. Christmas will never be the same again.

Copy provided by Forever Romance via NetGalley


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