Mazes And Mistletoe by Ayla Ruse

Mazes And Mistletoe by Ayla Ruse
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Holiday, Paranormal, Contemporary
Length: Short story (61 pages)
Other: M/F
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Trevor runs the Puzzle and Games Workshop of the North Pole. Most think him quiet and ordinary, but no one knows about his fierce desire for the sexy owner of the day care center — not even the owner herself. If only he could get up the nerve to go meet her…

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When an encounter in a Christmas Maze brings them together, Missy and Trevor discover magic is tangible, mazes aren’t for the shy and awkward, and true love might be found under the mistletoe.

Trevor has been watching Missy from afar for ages. When she stumbles into his maze though, he finally gathers up his courage and starts to open himself up to her. Missy has been equally attracted to Trevor but unsure how to make that first step. With a little nudge and some Christmas magic, can these two start something wonderful?

I enjoyed this fast and fun short story. Santa playing matchmaker always makes me laugh and this lighthearted story was no different. I enjoyed how both Missy and Trevor had been attracted to each other for ages – it helped the pace of the story move much faster. I also enjoyed the fact that Missy’s magic was something completely fresh and new to me – so it was surprising and interesting when it popped up after they managed to complete the maze. I was a little disappointed Missy made a few assumptions about Trevor – with reasons I felt were a little weak at best – and this led to her not reaching out to him at the least to talk and communicate with him. I’d hoped she might be braver and have some faith in Trevor and his attraction to her, particularly since I felt he’d shown her a strong indication of his interest. This really niggled me and lessened my enjoyment of Missy’s character, but I have to admit this helped advance the plot and lent some element of conflict and uncertainty to the whole adventure.

The sex between Trevor and Missy was hot and deliciously explicit. I enjoyed watching them come together and discover the potential for the romance that bloomed between them. I thought the puzzles and mazes were incredibly well thought out and a refreshingly different take on the whole North Pole/Elf thing and have to commend the author on their imagination and creativity.

A short and fun read, this happy Christmas story should appeal to a wide range of readers.

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