by Rachael Anderson.
Audience/Genre: Contemporary Romance, Holiday.
Publication: June 2014 by HEA Publishing.
**This story was first published in the All I Want holiday romance anthology**
When a postcard meant for Kenzie winds up in Ty's mailbox, Ty's faced with a decision. Should he tell her that her fiancé is breaking up with her and let it ruin her favorite holiday, or should he do what he's wanted to do since he met her - make a move and hope that he can win her over before she discovers there won't be a wedding after all?
Reviewed by Kelly.
I love Christmas stories with all the festivities, lights, hot chocolate, snow, cutting down Christmas trees, fireplace and stories of romance. This story fits the bill!
The story is light, sweet, romantic and has a hint of family issues that we all have. Lately, the stories out there are dark and are just too full of language and sex that I am going crazy and need stories like this one.
It is so cute to have a story with two people who have the same name but in opposite order; Tyler McKenzie and Mackenzie Tyler! They live exactly a floor apart. Their mail gets mixed up often and that is how they started to get to know each other. Then they became best friends. Ty always felt more for her but Kenzie was off limits since she was engaged to someone else in Madagascar.
Ty gets a postcard meant for Kenzie one day from her fiancé! It was a breakup note. Ty kept it for now to see if he could get her to fall for him and keep her holiday happier. Ty has a big formal event for work and Kenzie volunteers to go with him since he seems to avoid everything. When they go and see each other in their formal attire, sparks fly and Kenzie doesn’t know what to do with these feelings she is having for Ty. She doesn’t act on it and she starts to back away. Now what do they do? And Ty still has to give the postcard to Kenzie.
The only thing I didn't like was that I wanted more of them!
You have to read it to find out yourself because it is a sweet happy uplifting story that leaves you smiling and sighing at the end!
If you are looking for something to get you in the mood for Christmas, here it is, all wrapped up in 100 pages!
If you love meddling mothers, fun Christmas activities, homemade hot chocolate, third grade teachers, computer programmers, then this book might be for you!