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Mistletoe Meadows is built around the magic of Christmas. As jingling sleighs cart rosy-cheeked lovers around the Mistletoe Mile, Charlene’s holiday dream is more complicated than photo-edited perfection. She proposes a compassion ministry initiative called the Gingerbread House but struggles to convince the town that their need for a homeless shelter is real.
Famous for his made for T.V holiday movies, Jonas longs for a happily-ever-after that isn’t as neat and tidy as his scripted films. Partnering with Char to champion her ministry invigorates him with a new purpose and provides an excuse to spend time with the girl he never forgot. But when they embrace three young sisters fighting to stay together while living on the streets, their project becomes deeply personal.
Together, they must prove to a town reluctant to see anything other than holiday perfection that the greatest gift of the season isn’t found under a tree.
A wonderful reminder of the true meaning of Christmas:
I’ve enjoyed all three of Stacey Weeks’ Mistletoe Christmas novellas, but this was by far my favorite. The hero, Jonas Blade, has become a popular, successful actor. But when family business arises, he returns home to find his high school crush, Char, still living in town, and still unmarried. Many years have passed, and many things have changed. But a burden for the growing homeless population in and around Mistletoe Meadows draws Jonah and Char back together in an effort to creatively solve the problem.
This is such a timely story, so tenderly written. I love it when the author creates characters that I can really root for. Mistletoe Movie Star is a wonderful read that will put you in the holiday spirit by reminding you what Christmas is all about.
Charlene's desire for a homeless shelter seems destined to fail. Until a homeboy turned movie star comes to her rescue. In more ways than one. I love books that revisit old friends and this one does that as well as meeting new ones. Not one to miss.
This is a heartwarming tale of second chances and compassion for the less fortunate. I love how Jonas and Char come together to care for others, putting others’ needs above their own. An impactful Christmas story. Cute ending, too!
Katy Eeten - PBG Bookover