31 Christmas Reviews in 31 Days: The Mistletoe Contract by Jennifer Chastain

A surprising Christmas novella that I am so glad I got to read!

Confirmed bachelor Nathan Rutledge shut his heart to romance when he was forced to break the heart of the only woman he ever truly loved. Now, with his father’s retirement from the family conglomerate, the torch has been passed to him. But there are two problems—first, he needs a wife in order to take over the family business. Second, someone has been embezzling company funds. With the pressure mounting, and time expiring to find both a wife he can trust and the thief, Nate needs a Christmas miracle.

Forensic Accountant, Meredith Mitchell’s life is in a shambles. Her mother needs a lifesaving transplant, Mom’s medical bills have bankrupted Meredith’s meager savings, and she’s sold everything of value, but it’s still not enough. To make matters worse, she’s now tasked with discovering accounting errors for a new client—none other than Nathan Rutledge—the same man who gave her a broken heart for Christmas eight years ago.

Meredith wants to run. Nate wants the chance to right his wrongs. So, naturally, when he proposes a modern-day marriage of convenience, she balks at the idea. But he desperately needs a wife, and she really needs the money he offers. Is this the answer to her prayers? Or will this mutually beneficial arrangement re-open old wounds that can’t be healed?

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Thoughts

If you are one for a fun almost romcom romance this is the book you need to read… Right now!

This isn’t like most comtemorary romances I read and I found it to be a new favorite.

With humor, a broken past, and a meddling sister The Mistletoe Contrat is a novel sure to please any romance reader!

Content: Some romantic content/comments that isn’t exactly inapptoate but still isn’t something I recommend for readers under 18.

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