Thursday, October 18, 2018

Review: The Christmas Window by Melissa McClone

A matchmaking aunt wants her nephew to find love under the mistletoe...

All doggy daycare owner Callie Andrews wants for Christmas is to win first prize this year. The annual window display competition is a huge event in Silver Falls, and she’s determined to showcase her success when her family visits her small town. It's time for her parents and three older brothers to realize the "baby" of the family is thriving on her own.

The last thing Brandt Winslow wants to do is rehash the past, but returning home to Silver Falls means confronting the reason he left. His vacation, however, takes an unexpected turn when his well-meaning aunt meddles in his love life, and he finds himself caught up in her misguided efforts at matchmaking.

Despite their reluctance at being paired up, Callie and Brandt discover the holidays are full of surprises...and romance. But is the magic of Christmas strong enough to keep the couple together through the new year?

My Review:

Lots of cute dogs, a matchmaking aunt and some serious romance, made this a fun book to read.

Doggy daycare owner, Callie Andrews, was determined to win the annual Silver Falls Christmas window display competition this year.  She couldn’t wait for her family to arrive and see how well Wags and Tails was doing.  They think all she does is play with dogs all day and want her to find a better career.  She would show them that she had become a successful business owner.    

Brandt Winslow left Silver Falls six years ago after his business partner sold their company right out from under him.  Brandt was still angry at Nick about it.  He was back in town to visit his aunt Margot for Christmas and just hoped he didn’t run into Nick while he was there.  He didn’t know how he would react or what he would say to him.  The last thing he expected was for his aunt to try to set him up with a girl.  He didn’t have time for it and didn’t plan on sticking around once Christmas was over.  But, it seems when Margot sets her goal on a couple, they end up falling in love.

The cover of this book grabbed my attention right away.  The story is also very enjoyable too and definitely put me in the holiday mood.  I loved the characters and couldn’t get enough of them.  I especially liked how Callie was able to get Brandt used to being around dogs when he was a little scared at first.  I would recommend this book to anyone who loves animals or just a good clean romance.

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