Kissing Under the Mistletoe: A Sullivan Christmas by Bella Andre

The Sullivan siblings have captivated the hearts of readers worldwide, and this Christmas, New York Times bestselling author Bella Andre shares the love story that started it all… 

For Mary Sullivan Christmas is, and always has been, about family. And this year is no different. As she awaits the arrival of her eight children and their partners at the cottage in Lake Tahoe, she hangs the ornaments that they made for her over the years. Each decoration brings with it a tide of memories, all of which she holds dear to her heart. 

But when she comes across the oldest ornament, the one her beloved husband, Jack, gave her on their very first Christmas together, Mary is immediately swept back to the first days of their whirlwind romance, to the love that would be the foundation on which they built the family she is so proud to call her own. 

Join the Sullivans this Christmas for a story that explores the wonder of the holidays, the meaning of family and a love that transcends time.

I was super excited to hear that the parents of the Sullivan sibling will get their story out. I could not stop reading the book. It was a page turner. You will not put it down. We get to know how the Sullivan brother get their charm from. Their father, Jack Sullivan was the ultimate guy. He is very intelligent and charming. His company has been struggling a bit that he asks for Mary helps. He is very caring that Mary definitely fall for him, but does not pursue it because she had a bad past from men before. She wants to keep a professional relationship but it will become harder because Jack definitively love her so much. As their personal and professional relationship bend together, they discovered that truly belong together and get marry! I love reading this vook because we get to see the brothers of Jack. I cannot wait to read the Jack brothers story. Wonderful and Emotional Book!


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