Book Review: A Christmas Wish by Evie Knight

A_Christmas_WishChristmas hasn’t been the same for Dr. Jasmine Lamont ever since she lost her parents in a car accident ten years ago. She avoids romantic relationships and the holiday spirit like the plague. This year is no different and she knows exactly what she doesn’t want for Christmas: Ethan Sinclair, the sexy paediatrician, that won’t leave her alone.

Ethan isn’t one to give up easily. No matter what it takes, he’s determined to break down the walls she hides behind and heal her heart—if only she’d let him. And all it will take is a Christmas wish.

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Quote from book:  “You’d be my best mistake.” 
 A heartwarming novella, that you’ll breeze through in one sitting, A Christmas Wish, is a story of learning to heal and love again, while trying to come to terms with the grief of losing loved ones. 

With a sassy heroine and a witty hero, Evie Knight, writes fun characters that are full of sex appeal. The steamy scenes sizzled and the relationship between the characters was both sweet and humorous.  Although, I found it difficult to fully connect with Jasmine due to the lack of back story surrounding her circumstances, I feel writing an enjoyable tale in a matter of forty one pages is quite a feat to be recognized.     
         
A light, fast-paced read that one could easily enjoy the whole year round. A Christmas Wish will leave you warm and cozy. 
A 3/5 from me.
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