Review: That Mistletoe Moment by Cat Johnson, Kate Angell, Allyson Charles

September 24, 2016 Review 0

Review: That Mistletoe Moment by Cat Johnson, Kate Angell, Allyson Charles

As the holidays descend, three single women take a thoroughly modern approach to good old-fashioned romance, and wonder if the best—and most complicated—gift of all is just a click, tap, or swipe away…

MADE UP
Like a Christmas miracle, the Build a Boyfriend App lets you simply input the stats of your dream man, and witty texts, passionate emails, and hot Instagram pics start flooding in. No more awkward questions or pitying looks as you face the holidays alone!

MIXED UP
But even the best technology has its glitches. When real-life emotions come into play, this trio of
twenty-somethings find themselves in a tangle of crossed signals, flying wrapping paper, disastrous Christmas parties…and surprising kisses.

MATCHED UP
Yet despite the confusion of their mistletoe misadventures, when the New Year dawns, these very satisfied women just may find themselves waking up with true love beside them.

Title: That Mistletoe Moment
Author: Allyson Charles, Cat Johnson, Kate Angell
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: One Night with a Cowboy, Two Times as Hot, Three Weeks with a Bull Rider, Midnight Ride, No One Like You
Published by Kensington
Source: Publisher
Published: September 27th 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Erotic Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Erotic Short, Romance
Pages: 320 pages
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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I am a sucker for Christmas stories and this little trilogy is sure to get you into the holiday spirit! We are treated to three stories by three different authors featuring a new “build a boyfriend app”.

A Boyfriend for Christmas by Cat Johnson– Noelle has been dating George for five years and is expecting a proposal soon. Her dreams are squashed when George reveals he’s never entertained the thought of marrying her! With Christmas right around the corner she decides to buy the build a boyfriend app on her sister’s advice. When she names her fake boyfriend Nathan, after a guy she met at the grocery store and sent a recipe in a text to, she mistakenly starts texting the real Nathan. (4 stars, 3 flames)

All I Want for Christmas by Kate Angell– Daniel, CEO of a financial corporation, is in need of a personal shopper. He interviews three women. Their task? Buy him a present that they believe will call to him. The one that wins, gets the job. When the one that wins ends up cooped up in the building, in a snowstorm, overnight,with no power-things get cozy . Surrounded by Christmas cheer, a personal connection is made! (4.5 stars, 3 flames)

Her Favorite Present by Allyson Charles– Gabe, one of the inventors of the build a boyfriend app and is a Christmas bah-humbug! He is tasked with getting to know one of the app’s clients on a personal level at the behest of his co-workers. He has a certain mind-set about their clients and the others do not share his views. When he meets Rachel, she is nothing that he expected. He certainly didn’t expect to fall so hard so quick! (4 stars/3.5 flames)

This was a very cute and quick read! The stories are independent of each other and can be enjoyed when you want a little holiday cheer! I loved the modern take on a holiday story by using an app which is prevalent in today’s world of technology and dating. Each woman had a very different reason for using the app and I loved the creativity each author implored! Out of all the stories, Gabe was the most cynical. His views of his app’s clients was awful! I loved that he got a rude awakening and the big, bad boss unexpectedly fell in love! Such sweetness!!

 

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