Christmas on Maplewood Mountain by Elizabeth Bromke

Christmas on Maplewood Mountain by Elizabeth Bromke
(Maplewood Sisters Series, The Prequel)
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Contemporary, Holiday
Length: Full length (172 pages)
Heat Level: Sweet
Rating: 5 stars
Reviewed by Mistflower

A high-tech exec. A small-town innkeeper. And one very pushy sister!
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It’s December, and Mary Delaney has little to show for her tenth year at Wood Smoke Lodge. Her business has been steadily dwindling. Her relationship prospects, too. Enter Mary’s sister Anna, who has an idea that could change everything. But Anna demands that she gets to call all the shots, and that could spell trouble.

Meanwhile, Kurt Cutler is living the high life in the tech world. Fresh on the heels of wild success with his own start-up, he looks for a way to ensure his young company doesn’t lose its grip. When his right-hand woman suggests a get-away at her sister’s snowy mountain retreat, he jumps on the opportunity to unplug and unwind.

If Anna can back off, Mary has every chance of enjoying the magic of the holidays. But will she have to choose between her own sister and a handsome stranger?

This is the cutest, sweetest story that I’ve read in a very long time. I loved it. I was smitten from the beginning to the end which made it impossible to put down. I adored all the characters especially the hero, Kurt, and the heroine, Mary. Of course they had some issues to work through but that just made the book all the more riveting. I have a soft spot for the stories similar to The City Mouse, Country Mouse.

This book was the perfect get-away filled with Christmas magic, first love, and landscape so breathtaking I didn’t want to leave. I didn’t know it was a prequel to a series when I started reading it. Boy! I’m glad to learn that there is a book two. Christmas on Maplewood Mountain left me craving for more. I didn’t want it to end.

I definitely suggest that this book be given a chance.


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