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Sweet Mistletoe | Elizabeth Bromke

 

 

Today I am reviewing Sweet Mistletoe by Elizabeth Bromke. This is the fifth book in the Indigo Bay Christmas Romance series…

And here is a brief synopsis:

A single matchmaker. A local teacher. And one Christmas mix-up.

Paisley Barrett runs Mistletoe, a concierge matchmaking service. During the holidays, business should be booming, but her investors think she’s the reason it’s not. A thirty-something single matchmaker doesn’t inspire confidence in clients. So, they hand her an ultimatum—find a boyfriend by the new year or she’s out of a job.

Knox Calhoun puts his teaching career first, much to the dismay of his overbearing southern mother who wants him to settle down. Desperate to avoid the usual holiday pressure, he sets about pitching in with various Christmas activities around the town. His plan is working… until he bumps into his sister’s beautiful boss. A kiss under the mistletoe might be in the cards… if Paisley weren’t in town on business.

From the author of Birch Harbor and Hickory Grove comes the fifth story in the Indigo Bay Christmas Romance Series.

Sweet Mistletoe can be read as a standalone.

 

MY THOUGHTS:

We’ve all probably heard about dating sites on the Internet. There are dozens of matchmaking sites. I actually tried one years ago and I found someone very special, but before we took the big step, I changed my mind. Although I’ve regretted it at times, I still believe it was the right decision. (By the way, that was many years ago, and we’ve stayed friends).

Paisley’s problem is much different. To keep her matchmaking site solvent, she must find a boyfriend — and quickly. Her investors are insistent that she “practice” what she preaches. Be prepared to laugh when Paisley and Knox both come up with silly user names. And how they meet…

This is a great story — and one I’m betting you’ll enjoy a lot…

Happy Reading!

… and Merry Christmas!

 

Review © 2020 DJ Mynatt

1. Sweet Tidings
2. Sweet Noel
3. Sweet Joymaker
4. Sweet Yuletide
5. Sweet Mistletoe
6. Sweet Carol

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