Pastels & Jingle Bells (a Heavenly Bites novella) by Christine S. Feldman

With only 6 more sleeps to go, we’re all feeling quite festive. We hope you’ve enjoyed the snow effect on our blog. Here is a reblog of a recent review of Christine S. Feldman’s ‘Pastels and Jingle Bells’. It is a beautifully written novella, a seasonal, sweet romantic short read which is also a little festive fun! Enjoy, guys! Caroline 🙂

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Pastels & Jingle Bells (a Heavenly Bites novella #1) gripped me from the first few pages and the story grows very quickly in this short, beautiful, seasonal contemporary romantic novella.

Trish encounters her former school bully, Ian, at her bakery years after high school has finished.  He has absolutely no idea who she is and Trish decides to use this at her advantage and begins to plan her revenge. However, Trish becomes drawn into Ian’s life in ways she’d never imagine and during this time her plans for revenge diminish. After spending time with him and finding out more about him, i.e. his childhood and the man he is today, she begins to have feelings for him. The trouble she has now is explaining to Ian who she really is. Will she be able to tell him? If so, how will he react?

I loved the little comical…

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About Caroline Barker

I am a happily engaged mother of three and I absolutely love to read and write. Therefore, I am setting up a book blog in the hope to influence some readers out there!

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