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Jake's the ideal hero: a firefighter who exudes boyish charm, a kid magnet, a guy who's been hurt by an ex-girlfriend who left him because she didn't
appreciate his values, his vows, or his town. Julia's a pediatric nurse, who loves her family, but she's grown tired of them fixing her up with any
and all available males. Her heart is set on Jake, but distance and other relationships stand in the way.
Don't you love books that leave
you with an "awww" when you flip to the last page? Where the conflict stems more from the circumstances that keep them and their budding
romance apart, rather than constant bickering between the hero and heroine? Meet Me Under the Mistletoe is one of those books, immediately tugging
you into the blooming romance between Jake and Julia and leaves you with a satisfied feeling.
Durgin plunks you into the heart of Starlight
and weaves you into the lives of the characters. At 145 pages, Meet Me Under the Mistletoe is a good length to read during snatches of time during the
holidays. It wasn't too short, leaving me wishing for more, and not too long to stress me out. Just right for the holidays!
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