• Title: Marry-Me Christmas
  • Author: Shirley Jump
  • ISBN: 9780373175574
  • Page: 146
  • Format: Paperback
  • Marry Me Christmas Samantha Barnett would describe herself as an ordinary girl Flynn McGranger would call her beautiful if he weren t about to destroy her career A rich successful journalist Flynn aims to write a scat
    Samantha Barnett would describe herself as an ordinary girl Flynn McGranger would call her beautiful if he weren t about to destroy her career.A rich, successful journalist, Flynn aims to write a scathing review of Samantha s little bakery He never mixes business with pleasure But the secrets she s clearly keeping intrigue him, and her innocence has caught him off guarSamantha Barnett would describe herself as an ordinary girl Flynn McGranger would call her beautiful if he weren t about to destroy her career.A rich, successful journalist, Flynn aims to write a scathing review of Samantha s little bakery He never mixes business with pleasure But the secrets she s clearly keeping intrigue him, and her innocence has caught him off guard.What s happened to him He s being ridiculous The Christmas coated town has gone to his head Or has this small town girl unlocked the city slicker s heart

    One Reply to “Marry-Me Christmas”

    1. Yılbaşının üzerine güzel gitti kitap :) Burada da heidi betts'in serisindeki gibi charlotte vakası yaşandı aslında orada sihirli çıkrık burada sihirli kurabiye hamuru :D

    2. Running Joyful Creations Bakery has become Sam Barnett's life. With the weight of carrying on the family restaurant, trying to expand it, and pay for her grandmothers nursing home in the Alzheimer's unit, her own social life has taken a step back.Since the first article came out, proclaiming her special cookies lead to love, business has been booming. During the busy peak rush, Flynn MacGregor approaches her about writing an article for Food Lover's magazine. Know as the Bulldog, Flynn is known [...]

    3. I didn't particularly care for this book. First of all, it's not my type of romance book--no sex, only kissing. But I could recommend it to my middle school age daughter for that reason.Secondly, the male character is a complete hypocrite, and hypocritical people are one of my pet peeves. He's a magazine writer who makes a lot of money writing "Enquirer" style stories about other restaurant owners' personal lives while he doesn't want to discuss and share his own life with anyone else. He judges [...]

    4. It was just okay. The big secrets weren't really that big a deal. For instance, I didn't see why the heroine was hiding the fact that her grandmother had Alzheimer's from everyone. It's nothing to be ashamed of! And certainly not a burden anyone should carry alone.The hero was in foster care. That was pretty much the extent of his character development. Well boo hoo. Lots of people go into foster care and turn out just fine. Some foster care parents are wonderful. They're not all unfeeling ogres [...]

    5. What are two people who are so focused on their jobs they have little else to do when they discover the sparks between them? Flynn is a reporter for a food magazine sent to the little town of Riverton to do a story on Joyful Creations Bakery. Samantha runs the family bakery and is known for her grandmother's "love cookies"- one cookie and you are sure to fall in love. When they are pushed together for the sake of the article, Christmas spirit and a little encouragement from the town people help [...]

    6. Cute story about two people closed off from their emotions, with secrets. Hero is a reporter in town to do expose on heroine's bakery and her "magic love cookies" that help people fall in love. He's a bit of a scrooge about Christmas. She's not. It's just a nice, sweet story. Good read when that's what you want.

    7. This one took me a while to get through and not because it wasn't a good story, it was. But because it wasn't a grab-my-attention-can't-put-it-down story. I would say it was cute and quaint. Minimal conflict but good character connection.

    8. What even jeez, please. Unbelievable.I totally despise the main male character, couldn't like him one bit.

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