About Love at Christmas

love at christmas

Christmas is in the air.

Pulling Garrett Johansson over isn’t the most auspicious beginning to a relationship for Officer Lisa Weight, but at least she didn’t have to give him a ticket. Not that she’s looking for a guy—even if her mom says she should be.

Garrett is glad to visit his sister, Sheila, during the Christmas season, but he hadn’t counted on a major snow storm as soon as he landed in Kansas City. When his sister introduces the cop who pulled him over as a friend of hers, he puts their less-than-stellar beginnings in the past and gives her a chance. The more he gets to know her, the better he likes her. If only he didn’t live 1600 miles away in California.

With everything trying to keep them apart, can they still have a Merry Christmas?

My review

Reading Christmas romances is one of my very favorite things to do! I love them close to Christmas. But let’s be honest, I also read them in July. It’s always fun to have the Christmas spirit.

I enjoyed reading this one! I thought that the characters were great. It’s always fun to “see” characters you’ve loved from other books that are written in the same “world.”

I really liked the way Garrett went out of his way to see his sister, Sheila. She lives across the country from him. He needs to make sure she’s okay.

Then there’s Lisa. I liked that she was a great police officer. And she watches out for those in need. That’s always a great quality to have.

I really would have liked this one to have been longer. It seemed a bit rushed, and I’d still like to know more of the story.

I was sent an e-copy of Love at Christmas as a gift from the author. All opinions are my own.

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