Thursday, December 19, 2013

Book Review: The Perfect Christmas, by Debbie Macomber

If you're in the mood for a warm Christmas romance, then The Perfect Christmas is sure to satisfy.

Cassie is desperate to find a husband and start a family. When she gets a Christmas card from a college friend with a picture of her perfect husband and perfect children, Cassie is willing to try anything. So, when her best friend Angie tells her about a professional matchmaker, Cassie is willing to fork over the $30,000 required for a guaranteed happy family.

There aren't really any big surprises here. It's fairly obvious from the first meeting with Simon, the matchmaker, how this story is going to end. Angie has a secret romance going on too -- and it's also abundantly clear who the guy is.

But...it just doesn't matter. The romance is cute and heartwarming. And it takes place during Christmas. Cassie learns a lot about herself along the way, and for such a short book, I really became attached to her.

Don't hesitate to sit down by the Christmas tree for a couple of hours and get lost in The Perfect Christmas. Really...it doesn't take any time to read. I've read several Macomber books and, while I couldn't survive on them, I really enjoy her stories once in a while when I feel like snuggling up with a book.

Published by Mira, 2009
Copy obtained from a friend
232 pages (qualifies for my Books You Can Read in a Day Challenge!)

Rating: 3/5





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