Blame It on the Mistletoe by Nicole Michaels

Sometimes all it takes is a leap of faith…

’Tis the season for small-town Missouri boutique owner Brooke Abbott to get crafty. Much as she adores making art for art’s sake—decorating windows, designing ornaments, crafting the perfect present for under the tree—this Christmas she needs the gift of good customers. Lots of them. Sweet Opal Studios will go under if she can’t do some serious business before the New Year…and she has no time to lose. What Brooke needs is an honest-to-goodness miracle. Instead, she finds a burglar lurking in the back room of her shop. And here she thought the holidays couldn’t get any worse!
For Christmas to work its own magic…
Or maybe things just got a lot better. Turns out the burglar is none other than Alex Coleman—local bad boy slash legendary heartthrob, childhood best friend to Brooke’s older brother, and…future landlord? That is the question. He’s come home for the holidays to see his grandmother, make peace with his distant mother, and settle his grandfather’s estate, an estate that includes the building that houses Sweet Opal. What he never expected was to bump into a grown-up Brooke, whose spirit, charm, and irresistible good looks give him pause. Should he go back to Oregon as planned, or give small-town life a chance? The only thing Alex knows for sure is that before he walks out that door, he’s going to get Brooke beneath the mistletoe, where anything can happen…

Review:
I just enjoy reading about childhood romance. Brooke and Alex have been each other childhood for so long that it finally takes them to build their intense romance. Brooke definitely worship Alex when she was young but things change as life goes on. Alex had always view Brooke as a little sister but things change when they meet each other again. They both have hot attraction for each other but they are definitely fighting off the attraction. Brooke does not want to open up old wounds but love is always risk to fall for. Alex definitely see a new Brooke but he does not know if he is willing to open up to her. Their romance journey is definitely challenge by learning to open up each other that it makes the read more compelling story. 

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