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Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Review: Mistletoe Justice by Carol J. Post

About the book:

Someone has framed Darci Tucker for embezzlement—and she's pretty sure it's her boss. The real criminal will do anything to make sure she doesn't talk, from breaking into her home to hacking her computer. Her only hope for regaining control, and protecting her young son from danger, is Conner Stevenson. Desperate for answers about his sister's sudden disappearance, Conner is determined to uncover why the bookkeeper was named a target. Now Darci and her son have become pawns in a deadly game, and as Conner races to protect them, he finds he wants more than justice. He may want a family for Christmas after all…if they live that long.

My rating:
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My thoughts:

Loved this book! The characters were great and definitely made me feel for them (I especially felt bad for Conner and what he was going through with his sister disappearing).

I liked the suspense and trying to figure out what all was going on with Darci's boss and why her life was in danger. Things definitely got crazy near the end!

The location was nice and Cedar Key seems like a neat town -- I've enjoyed both of Carol J. Post's books that I've read which took place there.

All in all, Mistletoe Justice was a great, quick read! I definitely recommend it if you like romantic suspense.

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1 comment:

  1. It sounds very fun. I'm not really one for contemporary romance anymore, but I may give it a try one of these days. I'm always looking for new Christmas books. I'm in the midst of blogging a ton of clean Christmas reads reviews right now on my book blog, Bookshelves & Daydreams if you care to look. :)


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