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Sarah Morgenthaler | Mistletoe and Mr. Right

mistletoe and mr right sarah morgenthaler

The Book: 

Mistletoe and Mr. Right by Sarah Morgenthaler, 2020

The Characters: 

Zoey and Graham

Rating: 4 out of 5.

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The Plot (from Goodreads):

Lana Montgomery is everything the quirky small town of Moose Springs, Alaska can’t stand: a rich socialite with dreams of changing things for the better. But Lana’s determined to prove that she belongs…even if it means trading her stilettos for snow boots and tracking one of the town’s hairiest Christmas mysteries: the Santa Moose, an antlered Grinch hell-bent on destroying every bit of holiday cheer (and tinsel) it can sink its teeth into.

And really…how hard could it be?

The last few years have been tough on Rick Harding, and it’s not getting any easier now that his dream girl’s back in town. When Lana accidentally tranquilizes him instead of the Santa Moose, it’s clear she needs help, fast…and this could be his chance to finally catch her eye. It’s an all-out Christmas war, but if they can nab that darn moose before it destroys the town, Rick and Lana might finally find a place where they both belong…together. 

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The Ending:

Lana and Rick end up dating, and Lana decides to stay in town more. She makes a plan to keep her family from selling off all the town’s businesses and ruining them.

The Review: 

Apparently I’m on a fling of holiday novels in mid-March! These are basically all the holiday novels I saw on Bookstagram in December that I added to my TBR and am finally getting around to.

I adored Lana in The Tourist Attraction, so I knew I’d love to get to know more about her. This book was another fun romance, and didn’t let me down. Compared to The Tourist Attraction some of Lana and Rick’s romance seemed a little forced and over the top–just too many coincidences and meet-cute moments while trying to force two very different people together. It was still enjoyable, but Zoey and Graham felt more natural to me. 

I’m looking forward to Easton’s story next!

Love Christmas romances? Check out my holiday book master list here.

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