Everybody Loves Mickey
email@example.com (Monday, 03 December 2012)
Don't you just love the cover? It looks so fun and playful, and that's exactly how I felt about this book.
Mickey kissed Aubrey while he
was drunk but apologized the next morning, blaming the kiss on the alcohol. Like he'd never be tempted to kiss Aubrey while he wasn't inebriated.
Aubrey enjoyed the kiss, hated the apology. He hasn't been able to look her in the eye since that kiss years ago, and she hasn't forgiven him. Great
conflict! The author even tucked in a little subplot with a theme: One sin is not greater or less than another.
It's been a year since I
read any Christmas novellas. I forgot how enjoyable, and how short, they can be. I would have liked a little more...ending. But, even so, the end was
Overall, this was a great story to spend a couple hours relaxing with in front of the fireplace on a cold winter evening. Sure to
make you smile.
Disclosure: I received this book from the author for a fair and honest review.