Christmas in Mustang Creek by Linda Lael Miller

Christmas in Mustang Creek by Linda L MIller

Photo Credit: Harlequin Books

This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration.

Christmas in Mustang Creek

Charlotte Morgan is in need of some Christmas spirit. No one special to share the holidays with. Moving back home to Mustang Creek because her beloved aunt is moving to an assisted living center. Charlotte worries that the holidays will be blue, blue, blue.

As fate would have it, a certain man is moving back to Mustang Creek, as well. A man that Charlotte sparked with in a major way- Jaxon Locke.

With a little help from Aunt Geneva’s friend, Mrs. Klozz, will these 2 see that they are perfect together and that life can be both what they want in Mustang Creek?


Traveling With T’s Thoughts:

Ahh, I’ll be the first to admit this book had some cheesy moments (Mrs. Klozz, anyone?) BUT, it hit me in all the right places. Cute, saccharine sweet- this book will def be a re-read for the holidays. (Holiday books and hot cocoa go hand in hand, in case you did not know!)

Listen, there is no surprise to this book. You know that Jaxon and Charlotte will wind up together in some form or fashion by end of book. You don’t pick these type of books looking for a plot twist. But that’s what I LOVE about them. Linda’s Bride of Bliss County series has me feeling like I’m welcoming new and old friends into my life each time I read a book. We hear from the former characters- the past brides and all their happiness- and we know that Charlotte will become a part of the group.

Final Thoughts: Perfect book to curl up with on a cold day or when you need a book that has a sweet feeling about it to make your day brighter. Hot cocoa, while nice, is not mandatory with this book- but it couldn’t hurt.


*This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration. All thoughts and opinions are mine alone.*


Happy Reading and Bookishly Yours,

T @ Traveling With T

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