Book Review – Merry Christmas Baby

Merry Christmas Baby / Marie Cole / Amazon Digital / 2016 / AISN:  B01N5C3BK6 / 114 Pages / Romance

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Book Blurb –

Will Her Big Surprise Make for A Merry Christmas, Or A Very Blue-Blue-Blue One?
He’s a famous rock star, back home for the holidays…she’s the girl he left behind, with a Christmas surprise that will rock his world. But will her long-kept secret help rekindle their youthful love, or freeze it in the past, forever? When hotel event planner Carrie Abbott comes to the rescue and steps in to help at the front desk, the last person she expects to see is her high school sweetheart. Shawn Jeffries is now a famous rock star, and he’s not alone. The woman on his arm is a star in her own right. Carrie knows he’s out of her league, but that doesn’t stop the memories of their youthful infatuation from melting her heart again. But when Shawn shows an interest in rekindling their old flame, Carrie faces a tough decision. To keep him in her life, she must tell the truth. How will Shawn react when he finds out that she’s been keeping a big secret for the past six years?

My Thoughts –

This is an eBook I requested and was given a copy of from NetGallery. I love a good romance eBook, I can get through them really fast. This book was no different. I got through it really fast but I didn’t want it to end.

The story follow Carrie, a single young mother juggling the demands of her busy hotel work life with her young child. In the midst of all the holiday juggling, Carrie’s ex-Rockstar of a boyfriend turns up into town to go public with his fake engagement. As the two collide into each other lives one more time, they both learn things they never thought they would. A Christmas to change all Christmases.

This book is really cute. A typical, you know what you are going to get from a quick Christmas themed romance novel. A lot of clichés but well done in the end. A short story, but a great story about picking your own family and knowing when to let go. It will tug on your heart strings as it made me cry a little bit at the end.

The writing is great. The characters in this short story even grow a lot by the end of the story and it just is really a cute story. It was able to pull me out of my f=reading funk.

If you are looking for a quirky clichés Christmas story, then this is the book for you.

I give this book 4.8 out of 5 Booky Stars!

**I was given a copy of this book from AMAZON DIGITAL in exchange for an honest opinion. All opinions above, in this review are all mine, and no one else’s’**

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