Wednesday, 10 December 2014

Review: The Surgeon's Christmas Wish by Annie O'Neil

Not just for Christmas… Lone wolf Dr Tara Braxton is finally back on track. Running a ski injury clinic is a world away from her old life… and her research-stealing ex-fiancé. But her peaceful existence ends when she hires Dr Fraser MacKenzie. With his haunted sapphire eyes he simultaneously weakens her knees and presses all the wrong buttons! And when an unexpected kiss leaves them both reeling their frozen hearts begin to melt. Can Fraser overcome the secrets of his devastating past in time to make Tara’s Christmas wish come true?

Paperback, Paperback, 185 pages

Published October 3rd 2014 by Mills & Boon Harlequin Romance
Terri's Thoughts

I won a copy of this book in a giveaway on Goodreads in exchange for an honest review.  It came as part of a two for one package so I had received a bonus book with this that I have reviewed separately.

The timing of this read was really good.  I was reading about a winter wonderland just as we received the first snowfall of the year so I was curled up on the couch with a view of the snowflakes falling while reading this.  It did a wonderful job of setting the mood.

This was a short and cute read about two people who were meant for each other (but didn't know it) who fall in love over the holiday season.  As a sucker for a good holiday read I found it entertaining.  It is also a great story for those who do not want to commit a large amount of time to a book.

While the plot offered no surprises it offered a great landscape.  The snowy mountains, a charming ski town and a cast of small town characters you are sure to like.  On this aspect the story delivered exactly what I was hoping it would.  Add two strong willed professionals who become love-struck teenagers in each others company and you have the perfect combination for a satisfying read.

This story put me in the mood for the upcoming holiday season.  I think I will go wrap some gifts now!

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