Title: A Christmas at Gingerbread Falls
Author: Katie Mettner
Publisher: Breaking Night Press
Release Date: October 12, 2021
Pages: 192
Book Source: Netgalley

“Actress Carrie Murray’s films are a Christmas lover’s delight. Filled with twinkling lights, festive carols, and happy endings, they’re the perfect escape from reality—for her and the audience. Then Tinseltown calls.

Braxton Timothy is Hollywood’s biggest action star. Handsome and talented but decidedly on the naughty list, no one can fathom his sudden desire to produce a feel-good Christmas movie—least of all, his no-name co-star.

Alternating between scenes reminiscent of everyone’s favorite made-for-TV movies and unexpected, off-screen chemistry, Gingerbread Falls has surprises in store this holiday season. The question is, will there be enough Christmas magic to convince two imperfect people that they’re perfect for each other?” – Amazon

Kim’s Review

A Christmas at Gingerbread Falls by Katie Mettner is filled with sugar and spice, and it gives the reader a bit of naughty along with the nice. If you are looking for the Christmas movie that you see on the Hallmark Channel, you’ll want to look elsewhere because this wonderfully written book has some childhood trauma along with steamy bedroom scenes.

Mettner is a master at including real dialogue and great communication between the main characters… well, eventually with the communication because you have to have some miscommunication and drama first. While I read her books for the excellent bedroom scenes, what I really enjoy about her writing style is the in depth dialogue and deep thoughts (and past events) that have happened to her characters. When you read Mettner’s books you don’t get sickly sweet characters, but real life people with flaws and baggage that they are able to work through with the help of the love interest, as well as themselves.

If you are looking for a Chrstmas romance that would make Santa blush, then A Christmas at Gingerbread Falls should be added to your list.


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