MONTANA MISTLETOE BY: R.L. SYME
Caught in a Christmas nightmare, Gillian needs to keep her distance from her ex, but with mistletoe everywhere and feelings resurfacing, she’s not sure she can resist just one more kiss…
Gillian Potter is having the biggest night of her life. A giant fundraiser, a beautifully decorated Christmas scene, an original madrigal, and her job is on the line. When she needs a caterer at the last minute, her secretary books the only person they can find on short notice. Unfortunately, that person is Gillian’s ex: Mason Herrick. Hurt as she is by the way he ended things, she wants to hate him and tries to stay away…
Mason Herrick took too many years to grow up and the perfect girl got away. Returned to Madison Falls, a new man and a business owner, Mason is determined to make good and to someday show Gillian Potter that he can be different. When her job and her future depend on Mason, he’s not sure if he’s become a good enough man to save her. Or to deserve her.
REVIEW: MONTANA MISTLETOE BY: R.L. SYME
Montana Mistletoe (Granite Peak Book 1) by R.L. Syme
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Regret, forgiveness, understanding and trust are put to the test in Montana Mistletoe. Youthful mistakes, bad choices and lack of trust caused Gillian and Mason to pull the plug on their marriage. When they unexpectedly come face to face on a night that Gillian needs everything to go perfectly old wounds and regrets are brought to the surface. Gillian and Mason have the chemistry and I thought the story was a good read. There were times however that I found the story to be a little to drawn out. Received a copy of this story for an honest review. (www.goodreads.com/review/list/25556913-isha-coleman)