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Thursday, December 04, 2014


Book Review: Mistletoe Bachelors by Jennifer Snow

Mistletoe Bachelors Book Description:

When Madison Grey is assigned a writing assignment on five of New York's most eligible bachelors and how they spend the holidays, she jumps at the opportunity to prove her writing ability to her boss. But, when the details of the assignment are revealed, Madison wonders how she will make it through the season.

The small problem-she doesn't do Christmas anymore, not since her divorce.

The big problem-Bachelor number five is her ex-husband.

The sexy problem-Her travel companion photographer Cole Harris, who can't seem to keep his lips away from her.

Cole Harris needs his big break. A six-page photo spread, in one of New York's most popular women's magazine, is just the opportunity he's been waiting for. And when the details of the assignment are revealed, Cole can't believe his good fortune.
The small perk-Travelling throughout his favourite time of year with an expense account.

The big perk-Bachelors number one and three are close friends.

The sexy perk-Madison Grey.

Author Bio - Jennifer Snow 

Jennifer Snow writes contemporary romance fiction for Harlequin Heartwarming. She is a member of the RWA, the Alberta Writers Guild, and the Canadian Authors Association. The first book in her small-town Brookhollow series, The Trouble With Mistletoe was a finalist in the 2014 Golden Quill Contest and the Aspen Gold Contest. She is also a freelancer, with articles appearing in RWR Magazine, Mslexia, Southern Writers Magazine, Westword and Avenue Magazine. More information can be found on her website at

Book Review by Crystal J. Casavant-Otto

When I started reading about Madison Grey and Cole Harris the first thing I fell in love with was the tension between the two of them. They were as real as you and I and that's a quality I can appreciate. Though both are good looking, they are down to earth individuals who aren't afraid to toss a little sarcasm into the conversation. In addition to the great dialogue between characters, there is also just enough baggage to make both Madison and Cole come to life. She is divorced and he has a somewhat interesting past himself (I won't be a spoiler here). This isn't your typical love story with characters who have perfect lives, overflowing bank accounts, and lives you could never relate to. The characters are well written and very real which helps the average reader (like me) relate.

This is a story you could enjoy any time of year, but particularly a great read during the holiday season. If you enjoy movies like Serendipity and other holiday movies set in New York, you absolutely MUST add Mistletoe Bachelors to your TBR pile. In addition to everything previously mentioned, this is a quick read. I couldn't put the book down and enjoyed every page. The plot kept my interest throughout the book and I truly hope Jennifer Snow writes additional books about Madison and Cole. I enjoyed the characters so thoroughly that I want to find out what happens next for them!

Crystal is a church musician, business owner, active journaler, writer and blogger, Blog Tour Manager with WOW! Women on Writing, as well as a dairy farmer. She lives in Reedsville, Wisconsin with her husband, three young children (Carmen 7, Andre 6, Breccan 1), two dogs, two rabbits, four little piggies, a handful of cats and kittens, and over 200 Holsteins. The Otto family is expecting an addition with Delphine Elizabeth Otto due February 2015!

You can find Crystal blogging and reviewing books and all sorts of other stuff at: and keep up with her WOW! tours and blog posts at:

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