2014 is reaching its end and globably it has been a good year i think, not perfect of course but i had worse^^. I'm also quite happy to have completed my goodreads challenge* ouf* then if all the gifts i had send had reached their receivers it would be better ( but it can still arrives today or tomorrow so let stay positive^^)
Today i will share with you a little, very short christmas romance that the author offered for free not long ago... i did like it but if i'm sharing this one first it's because it led me to a discovery....Mistletoe tradition.....
I know for each of you you have a perfectly built image in your head... i had one too but we often ignore that the same tradition can take a really different form not far from us. In this story, Mistletoes is linked to Christmas and kisses
I would have never linked Mistletoe and Christmas before... never! Here Mistletoe is for New Year ( New Year eve in some area)... We do kiss under it but it's to reinforce our wishes... you see so in my area it's 3 kisses one for happiness, one for health and the last one is left for personnalisation "lot of success" when you are studying for example or no matter what you know the person so for the third kisse you wish something that would be useful for him or her.
and not to make wait longer here is a sweet romance ! Mistletoe Magic
Publisher: Tule Publishing Group
Genre: holidays romance, novella
It’s my first attempt at this author and I would not mind discovering her novel at all after enjoying this short Christmas novella!
This story is really short and it can bother some but as I wanted something that could be read quickly it was perfect and let me wishing for more. This story is a sweet romance with only a few kissing so if you are looking for something spicy this is not the novella for you.
However if you want some Christmas feeling, magic and second chance this one should please you a lot.
I really enjoyed discovering the characters even if it was only shortly and it seemed to me a perfect reads for the season, yes I would have probably enjoyed to see more of the HEA but the way it was alluded, showed as a hope worked really well as well
So tell me Mistletoe: Christmas or New Year? any special tradition linked to it?