Christmas Kisses

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Author Bio:

Marnie hates having her picture taken; thus she looks like a deer in the headlights in most photos.

​​​When she’s not hiding from the camera, she’s cooking keto meals for her law enforcement officer husband and three kids, or scaling the mountain of laundry her family continually creates.

Basically, she’s a regular trapped-at-home mom, except she’s got other people living in her head, demanding she let them out and tell their stories. This is where her enjoyment of the snarky, sarcastic ’50’s housewife memes began; she only wishes she could be so glamorous when acting as a slave to her home.

Marnie enjoys lonely walks on the RI beaches (when she can get to them–it’s a Rhode Island thing) , gardening (but not weeding) and coffee. Lots and lots (and lots!) of coffee.


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Book Blurb:

MistletoeKissesFor Officer Justin Weaver, Christmas is the most hideous time of the year. To improve his “holiday cheer,” he’s been put on Officer Kringle duty, collecting toys for the Ho-Ho-Patrol.

It’s a week in holiday hell.

Worse, it comes with an elf—his little sister’s gorgeous best friend—but Lilly Maddox isn’t so little anymore. And as an annoyingly festive reporter looking to make her mark, she’s there to document his every move.

Justin’s always had a thing for Lilly, but he refuses to go there with her. Ever. Not after watching what his mom went through as a cop’s wife. But now that they’re trapped in his squad car, avoiding her just got a

lot more complicated…

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My Thoughts:

I loved this delightfully funny sweet/clean romance. I couldn’t get enough and read it twice in three days.
I’m usually a historical romance fan but would read more of this new to me author’s works.
Prankster cops and little sister’s best friend all wrapped up in a funny romantic comedy that I really loved.
I gave this book 4.5 of 5.0 stars for storyline and characterization.
This sweet/clean title is one you wouldn’t mind giving to your teen to read.
I received a complimentary ARC of this book to read. This in no way affected my opinion which is given freely and without influence by the publisher.

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