Book Review

Sunny Shelly’s Review: Cole & Mistletoe by Sadie Rose

COLE & MISTLETOE by Sadie Rose
Release Date: December 1st

Fired from her corporate motivational speaking job just weeks before Christmas, Sloane Morozov makes the decision to spend Christmas at the same lakeside cabin resort from her childhood. But soon her winter wonderland is invaded by Cole Mansfield, a grouchy workaholic, the last thing you should hope to find in your stocking, but who might turn out to be the only gift she needs.

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Sunny Shelly’s Review: 4 Stars

Cole and Mistletoe is a lighthearted Christmas romance that combines a grumpy workaholic, a heroine who is realizing how much she’s missed out on thanks to her career, a snowstorm that brings them together at a mountain resort, and a random coincidence that threatens to tear them apart.

I loved Cole and Sloane’s awkward meet-cute and enjoyed how they came out of that first weird meeting and developed a friendship. Reluctantly at first on his part. The more time they spent together as the only two guests at the resort, the more they realized how much they liked the other person after all. Maybe it was the setting, maybe it was meeting someone else from Texas all the way in Lake Tahoe, but for the first time, workaholic Cole started thinking he wanted more from a woman. But when their Tahoe bubble bursts and the real world intrudes, will Cole and Sloane be able to make it work outside of their cabins?

This cute story is the perfect read for fans of the forced proximity trope. It’s not a terribly long book, there’s not a lot of drama, and it ends with a wonderful HEA.

I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.

Meet Sadie Rose:
Sadie Rose is an American author who pens fantasy novellas and romance novels. When she isn’t writing she enjoys spending her free time reading, watching television and traveling. She lives on the west coast with her husband, son and cat.

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