Saturday, March 10, 2018

Review: A Kiss From Kringle by Rhian Cahill

Title: A Kiss From Kringle
Series: Frosty's Snowmen
Author: Rhian Cahill
Read copy: eBook (Kindle)
Published: December 1, 2015
Publisher: Escape Publishing

For a man called Chris Kringle, Christmas is the most magical time of the year. But this year, there’s something about a certain elf that’s grabbed his attention in the best of ways.

Leah Ward didn’t start the day intending to be an elf in Santa’s Village, but to help her sister she’d do anything, including an impersonation and squeezing into a too-tight elf suit. But Leah didn’t count on the boss discovering her deception—or that he’d be enchanted by it. She certainly didn’t count on Chris deciding all his future kisses would belong to her.

A firm believer in Christmas magic, Chris knows the sparks that fly when he meets Leah are the once-in-a-lifetime kind, and he sees no point in wasting any time. All he has to do is convince a soft-hearted cynic that all magic is real—and that Christmas magic is the most powerful of all.

My rating:

***copy provided by publisher through NetGalley***

An unbelievable insta-love short that instead of being cute and sweet, ends up giving off rather creepy vibes (the hero sounded more obsessed and stalker-ish than romantically involved).


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