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Thursday, February 13, 2014

review: a christmas for carrie

 A Christmas for Carrie by Alison Packard   5 out of 5 stars



i got this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review



this was a great book. I have to warn all my friends. if you are not into the mushy romance book, then this book is not for you. there is a little bit of smut, but it takes awhile for the hot scene to get there.


Carrie did not like Christmas. in fact, right after Halloween she started to change her mood. She told her friends that she always had plans for all the holiday work parties. she didn't have to worry about family because her father was dead, and her mom moved to Florida and she hasn't spoken to her in a while.

Carrie had a huge crush on her high school friend. he tutored him in math, but he was always drooling over the pretty cheerleader who wouldn't give him the time of day. well, the one day she goes to work not wearing makeup and looking a little rough he decides to come back to town. he has a great job in California being a sports agent. he is all over the tv and was noticed to be a great bachelor. Nick Johnson was still looking just a good as he did when he was in high school.

nick had to see Carrie again. he loved how she filled out after all these years. he couldn't believe he didn't notice how pretty she was when they were in high school. he found out that she didn't like Christmas, and it was his goal for her to love it.

nick started a bet with Carrie about getting her to like Christmas. while he was taking her on all his family outings that was their routine for holiday season, their relationship started to bud. Carrie that her life couldn't get any better until her mother showed up.

Carrie is going to have to face her past, and deal with lose ends or she will lose nick forever. Nick also has to understand Carrie's past, and understand that everyone didn't have a good childhood like him.

Nick's previous high school crush will come back in the picture and give you the biggest laugh yet! all in all this was a great holiday book