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Mistletoe and Fire Glow by Nicole R. Locker

A jilted blind date turns into an unexpected chance meeting for Cordi, but when she runs into the same, handsome stranger at her friend’s Christmas party, all bets are off.

A sweet, holiday romance full of hope, wonder, and holiday cheer. Follow Cordi as she learns to believe in Christmas miracles when a chance meeting turns into something more.

Includes a Spotify holiday playlist to accompany the story.

Title:Mistletoe and Fire Glow
Author:Nicole R. Locker
Series:n/a
Pages:29
Category / Genre(s):Contemporary
Trope(s):Blind Date
Christmas Romance
Point of View:
Location:US
HEA:✔️
Release Date:15th December, 2016
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A fast and fresh festive tale

This is a short and sweet tale about a blind date gone wrong – or maybe just right.

I loved Cordi – she was so relatable and I rooted for her from the start. Russ was the same – the handsome stranger who can take a girl’s breath away when he walks into a diner for pie. And he appreciates her appetite for said pie. Where can I get my very own Russ?

The story was fun, the writing was fresh and I really got a festive glow from reading the beginning of the romance between Cordi and Russ. I even found myself laughing out loud on a couple of occasions – always a bonus.

“…he appreciates her appetite for …pie. Where can I get my very own Russ?”

We get a spotify playlist to go along with the story – basically songs are name checked at different parts of the story. It’s a fun wee trick that just amps up the Christmas feelings.

The only reason I didn’t award the story 5 stars was because the head hopping between characters mid-paragraph did cause me some confusion at times.

Overall a great, festive story that will leave you with a smile on your face. And it will only take you 20 minutes or so to read. I very much enjoyed it.

Nicole R. Locker is a social worker by day and author by night, writing about strong women and the hunky heroes brave enough to take them on. She’s an avid lover of pit bull softies, Scottish accents, and audiobooks. She lives in Lubbock, Texas, with her nephew and three dogs.

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