Holidays in Manhattan by Jennifer Gracen

Holidays in Manhattan by Jennifer Gracen
The McKinnon Brothers Book 5
Publisher: Tule Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full length (250)
Heat Level: Spicy
Rating: 5 stars
Reviewed by Mistflower

They didn’t believe in holiday magic… until it happens to them.
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Anna McKinnon is a free spirit. As a bartender in New York City, she answers to no one, keeps what she calls “vampire hours” – and likes it that way. She secretly wishes to find real love, the forever kind her brothers have all found. But love has not only eluded her, it’s burned her badly. Keeping things light is how Anna copes.

David Beren is a high-powered, intense investment banker in the heart of Manhattan. His 80-hour work weeks took over his life long ago, but now, at 35, he’s ready for something more. But what? And then he meets Anna. She’s unexpected – full of light, color, and laughter. Anna knocks him off his game and his feet, and he’s never been happier.

Can total opposites – a feisty, bold girl from Ireland and a quiet, straight-laced Jewish guy from New Jersey – find love at the holidays? With the double whammy of a Hanukkah miracle and some Christmas magic, they just might.

This was a totally cute book. I really enjoyed reading it. My favorite part was when Anna, the heroine, met David, the hero. Quite entertaining to say the least. They made an interesting romance story considering how opposite they were. I thought it was heartwarming how the author incorporated a romance between two characters with different religious backgrounds but in no way was this a religious book. Holidays in Manhattan is book 5 in the series but is definitely a standalone read.

I felt the story was well written because I could definitely feel the holiday magic in the air. I’ve never been to New York at Christmas time but it’s on my bucket list. I was able to relate to the characters such as Anna’s roommate and her brother’s family. David’s family was present in the cast of characters as well as a couple of his friends. The plot was current, fresh and down to earth. I loved how humble David was. Together, David and Anna made for a spicy romance that was interesting to read from the beginning to the end. Opposites definitely attract.

This would make a fun stocking stuffer for Christmas. I’d recommend this as a perfect holiday gift for a friend or family member who loves to read contemporary romance books.

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