Friday, October 22, 2021

The Holiday Ex-Files by Jennifer Peel


Once upon a time people called me the holiday queen. But catching my husband under the Christmas tree with another woman kind of did something to me. Like make me digitally crop him out of all our wedding photos and post them online. Who knew that post would go viral? Thanks to all the requests I received to do the same for other jilted partners, I started a new business called, the Holiday Ex-Files. And I couldn’t be happier. Well . . . at least I’m not unhappy.

Then along comes my ex-husband’s best friend, Noah Cullen. Yep, like the vampires. He’s extremely gorgeous like them too. He has a plan to help me believe in the magic of holidays again. But the more I’m around him, I begin to think he’s the magical one, and that perhaps I picked the wrong best friend to begin with. Maybe, just maybe, it will be a very merry Christmas after all.

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You guys.  I just had THE BEST day of reading.  And man, did I need it today.

Where should I start?  With the saint, Noah?  Or Cami and her alter ego Sparkles?  (I know, but man, Sparkles is so much fun)  Okay, we're going to start with Cami.  😂  Poor Cami went through some stuff.  She lost her sparkle.  BUT, that sparkle is starting to find her voice again.  She's like Tinkerbell, raining down sparkles on Cami.  Cami tries to shake them off but you know how sparkles are, they stick and are hard to shake off.  Little by little Cami becomes more sparkly and it's an awesome things to witness.  Frustrating, but awesome too.
My inner snark was so entertained by Cami's (Sparkles) snark.

Enter Noah.  The Saint.  Saint Noah with endless patience.  He's the coolest.  I love how he loves Cami in all ways and always, always encourages her to be her true self.  Noah is worthy of my biggest romantic sighs.

This book had everything I love.  It was singing to my sweet spot.  Entertainment, emotion, chemistry and LOVE.  It just doesn't get any better than that. 

Content:  mild swearing, kissing, mild innuendo.  Triggers: miscarriage, adultery. 

- I received a complimentary copy of this book.  All opinions expressed are my own.

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