I was given this amazing opportunity to review the first three stories in Sweet Christmas Kisses 2. This book is collaboration of 19 heartwarming Christmas romances by various authors. Who doesn’t love a good Christmas romance? I was going to wait and post all three of my reviews at once but decided against it as I want to give each author their own post, so here goes!
Sweet Christmas Kisses 2 takes you from the Smoky Mountains to Florida’s sun-drenched beaches, from the Italian Alps to Paris, France, and even to a quirky little town in Arizona. The Sweet Christmas Kisses 2 bundle features all-new, stand-alone stories that are sure to make you laugh, sometimes bring tears to your eyes, but always put you in the Christmas spirit. Foreword by New York Times bestselling author, RaeAnne Thayne.
Gingerbread Kisses by Beate Boeker, USA Today and National bestselling author. A cookie specialist finds sweet romance in the snowy Alps of Italy.
Carol has traveled to Dolomite Alps in Italy to attend her younger sister’s, Natasha, Christmas wedding to Angelo Bertolli, an extremely rich bachelor and provide her cookie catering services at the wedding.
This is also supposed to be a vacation for Carol as she has been working effortlessly to establish her own cookie business. However, her sister has turned into a bridezilla.
While Carol is in the hotel kitchen catering to bridezilla’s demands, Carol meets Tom, the hotel manager, a sexy Italian.
Carol and Tom have an obvious connection but run into problems as Carol is based in Boston and Tom lives in Italy, and is further complicated by Natasha’s whimsical demands of her fiance, who is also Tom’s best friend.
Will true love reign with another Christmas wedding on the horizon or will spoiled Natasha ruin Carol’s chance at love?
I give this book 2.5 of out 4 “gingerbread cookies” (See Rating System above)
Thank you to bestselling author, Melinda Curtis, for an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. My reviews are based on my opinions of the book and are my opinions alone.