Sparkles and the Grinch by S.R. McKade

Title: Sparkles and the Grinch
Author:
S.R. McKade
Series:

Genre:
Contemporary Romance
Release date: December 16, 2014
Pages:
45
Synopsis:

23923339Alex Kincaid loved her job as a private investigator but she never thought she’d meet her soulmate on one of her cases. Or that he would completely ignore the attraction that she knows they both feel. Well, she wasn’t above setting him right about that.

All Ryan Walker wanted was to catch the culprit behind the Christmas robberies. Instead, he had to deal with temptation personified – the sassy private investigator he’d gotten saddled with.

This Christmas was proving to be one hell of a holiday.

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Reviewer: Kat

I’ll be upfront about what I think about this Christmas Romance novelette…

IT’S SO CUTE!

I really enjoyed this author’s writing first and foremost, if a little peculiar, as it is told in 3rd Person POV omniscient which I’m not really used to.

The characters are quite endearing, especially Alex – the winsome yet badass heroine who has no qualms about running after the bad guys. 😉 Ryan, on the other hand, while he is infuriating, he is what made the story interesting too. I also love how Alex can be this tough chick who has no problems going after what she wants (in this case Ryan) but also vulnerable to her emotions at the same time.

I wonder if Nathan will get his own story? I hope so, Ms McKade! *cough cough* 😀

This copy was provided by the author in exchange for a fair and honest review.

About this author

S.R. McKade has always made up stories in her mind ever since she was a child. She has her own world, where her characters live and breathe. The details of her first book, Holding Out For Skye, a fun and quirky New Adult Contemporary Romance can be found here. She loves reading and will try practically any genre in either fiction or non-fiction, though she has a soft spot for funny romances and paranormal. Addicted to chocolate, she needs a constant fix to feel human. She firmly believes that being able to spin a story, the effort and love that goes into it, is a miracle in itself.

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