About The Holiday Ex-Files

The Holiday Ex-Files

Once upon a time people called me the holiday queen. But catching my husband under the Christmas tree with another woman kind of did something to me. Like make me digitally crop him out of all our wedding photos and post them online. Who knew that post would go viral? Thanks to all the requests I received to do the same for other jilted partners, I started a new business called, the Holiday Ex-Files. And I couldn’t be happier. Well . . . at least I’m not unhappy.

Then along comes my ex-husband’s best friend, Noah Cullen. Yep, like the vampires. He’s extremely gorgeous like them too. He has a plan to help me believe in the magic of holidays again. But the more I’m around him, I begin to think he’s the magical one, and that perhaps I picked the wrong best friend to begin with. Maybe, just maybe, it will be a very merry Christmas after all.

Get ready for a laugh-out-loud, heartwarming holiday rom-com, perfect for any season, by USA Today bestselling author Jennifer Peel.

My review

I haven’t read a book by Jennifer Peel in a long time. But I remembered why I loved her books while reading this one. I love the way she writes her characters. They are so great! And her plot line, and the sizzle. This was a great book.

Cami was one of my favorite things about this book! The whole story is written through her point of view. Sometimes when books are written this way, it seems like the reader misses the other point of view. That was not the case with this one, the author did a great job that way. I love the way Cami was snarky, but she had another side, that she called, Miss Sparkly, who wanted to come out. And she had conversations with her the whole book. I LOVED that!

Noah is a great guy. I really loved the way he went about trying to win Cami over. Cami had been hurt, so he had to be a bit careful. And he did a great job. I especially loved the scenes with him, Cami and his nephews.

This book made me laugh. I love a good rom-com. And this one is! Make sure you read it.

Content warning: This book is a closed door romance. There is some language in it. So if you’re sensitive to that, you may want to steer clear.

I borrowed a copy of The Holiday Ex-Files using my Kindle Unlimited subscription.

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