In a Holidaze

I was invited by Gallery Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster to read aaa, by Christina Lauren, in exchange for an honest review. These two authors, Christina Hobbs and Lauren Billings have done it again – created a wonderfully funny and loving romantic comedy in a delightful Christmas setting.

Maelyn Jones (aka, Mae) is unhappy with life, in a “nowhere job” and just made a huge, albeit sexy, mistake. Her family and another vacation together at Christmas, and for years, the two families have expected Mae and their son Theo to get together. Mae is interested in Theo’s brother, Andrew, but after having a bit too much to drink, she stumbles into the arms of Theo.

Amazingly, she gets a “do over”. Welcome to Ground-Hog-Day-all-over-again. When Mae thinks what she does won’t matter, because of all the do-overs, she begins living as her authentic self – and finds she is much happier. Lesson learned for all of us.

If you liked their previous rom-coms, among them, The Honey Don’t List and The Unhoneymooners, you will love In a Holidaze.

What made The Grumpy Book Reviewer grumpy?

Only a few things that were probably caused by that evil spell correction on everyone’s computers, an occasional missing word, several split infinitives.

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