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Tangled Up in Christmas by Lisa Renee Jones

A year ago

I am obviously a month behind on posting my review up here. I loved this book. I loved the swoon and the characters and I read this in one sitting.

I am weird because I will read holiday reads at any time of the year. Roarke was epic in Jason's book and he shines in his own read. I loved everything about him and I was ready for his second chance romance. Hannah. I wasn't her biggest fan. But you know what they say, you never know the full story. Dive in and find its because this steamy read keeps you on your toes. I hope we get more books in this world because I love each and every one of them. I love that these reads are sweet and a perfect book to snuggle up with. Lisa has a knack for writing the perfect complex characters while also balancing a perfectly spread out plot.

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I might be a country girl from the same small town of Sweetwater, Texas, as horse wrangler Roarke Frost, the girl next door who knows him like few know him, but I didn't know enough to save my heart. He's the reason why I left Sweetwater behind. But now fate proves she loves a wicked twist and sends me back to Sweetwater to pull together a Christmas festival—and I run smack into the man again, quite literally. His body is pressed to mine, his hands on my arms, and I'm melting like chocolate in the sizzling Texas sunshine. And I run. I know it’s not exactly respectable, but it works, just not for long. No matter how much I try to get tangled up in Christmas, I end up tangled up in Roarke instead—and the man has me feeling the heat of our attraction and the warmth of our past friendship. He feels like Mr. Right, but history says he’s Mr. Wrong. But if he wants a second chance, Roarke Frost is going to have to work for it. He’ll need to prove to me that this holiday is a season of new beginnings, the kind that last forever.