About Taming Scrooge

taming scrooge

Ezra Stone wishes Christmas would go away.
Star Henley wants to save it.

When a desperate city council, panicked about losing their iconic main street, urges Star Henley to charm her way into developer Ezra Stone’s life, they hope to change his mind, unaware they could break his heart.

If the small town, Sanders Corners, can’t save its tree festival and protect their Main Street festivities, her father’s tree business and her Christmas shop will go out of business along with the rest of the town. She can’t let that happen, even if it means ingratiating herself into the cold, hard life of their town’s one and only billionaire nemesis. When a conniving city council forces them to work together on the festival of trees, the two clash as often as they connect, but everything could change on December 25.

My review

I know it’s January but I’m about always in the mood for a good Christmas book! I love the way this author writes her books! She’s really good at making the reader care about her characters. And her plots are great too!

I loved Star in this one. She’s so passionate about her store, and what she believes in. She’s passionate about Christmas and what it means to her, her family and her whole town. And then she gets Ezra dumped onto her committee for the Festival of Trees. Just what she needs, a scrooge.

I have to admit that through most of the book, Ezra annoyed me. As the plot goes on the reader learns why he is the way he is and I liked him better at that point. But it took a while.

I loved this one! It reminded me of a Hallmark movie.

I borrowed a copy of Taming Scrooge using my Kindle Unlimited membership. All opinions are my own.

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