[Review] Merry Christmas Baby By Marie Cole

Merry Christmas Baby
By Marie Cole
Published: December 4th 2016

Will Her Big Surprise Make For A Merry Christmas, Or A Very Blue-Blue-Blue One?
He's a famous rock star, back home for the holidays…she's the girl he left behind, with a Christmas surprise that will rock his world. But will her long-kept secret help rekindle their youthful love, or freeze it in the past, forever?

When hotel event planner Carrie Abbott comes to the rescue and steps in to help at the front desk, the last person she expects to see is her high school sweetheart. Shawn Jeffries is now a famous rock star, and he's not alone. The woman on his arm is a star in her own right. Carrie knows he's out of her league, but that does't stop the memories of their youthful infatuation from melting her heart again.

But when Shawn shows an interest in rekindling their old flame, Carrie faces a tough decision. To keep him in her life, she must tell the truth. How will Shawn react when he finds out that she's been keeping a big secret for the past six years?

A short, sweet romance with just a hint of spice. Cuddle up on your couch with a cup of hot cocoa and this short, sweet romance laced with just a hint of spice.


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I receive an arc of this book in exchange of an honest review.

A greatly enjoyable and sweet story, Merry Christmas Baby would be perfect for those who are looking for a cute and short holiday romance to read.

Being past lovers the book basically revolves around how the main characters, Carrie and Shawn found each other again after Shawn left to pursue his dreams of being a rockstar, not knowing that Carrie is holding a secret of her own.

I do realise that sometimes writing short stories can be a challenge for authors to be able to fully develop their characters and their plots, but fortunately Marie Cole presents her protagonists quite well considering the length of this book. Although, I was a tad dissatisfied about the latter. At some point the plot had felt quite a bit rushed. I would definitely love to see more about how they got from awkward exes to actually being "together" again and how they got over their fear and worry about each other's careers getting in the way at the end. But otherwise, I would still recommend this book.

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