Series: The Perfect Love #1
Published by Nobal Oak Publications on November 7, 2012
Genres: Contemporary, Holiday
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From award-winning Autumn Jordon, a holiday romance loved by Hallmark movie viewers, comes PERFECT.
Dylan Kincaid totally screwed up Thanksgiving and now he's faced with Christmas. Thrown into the frightening role of both mother and father while his brother and sister-in-law are off serving their country, all Dylan wants is to make Christmas perfect for his two nieces. But time is running out.
Down on her luck Charleston, S.C. restaurateur, Darcy Witherspoon is licking a wounded ego when she arrives in Black Moose, VT and meets the handsome Maple tree farmer. Wanting a happy holiday herself, she teams up with Dylan to make a perfect Christmas.
Neither is interested in a holiday affair, but the magic of Christmas has something more everlasting in store for the couple. An absolutely perfect love!
Perfect is a nice holiday read.
Dylan and Darcy, two workaholics, who are thrown together by a mutual friend trying to play matchmaker for the pair.
Darcy is a chef whose restaurant in South Carolina burns down and her friend in Vermont invites her up to get away from the stress of seeing all her work as a chard mess and for her to try to take the opportunity for some down time to enjoy the holiday.
Darcy is introduced to Dylan who is under a lot of stress himself. He is taking care of his two young niece while and brother and sister-in-law are in the military and currently overseas. Of course, Dylan’s brother is Mr. Perfect and on top of the stress of trying to make the perfect Christmas for the girls, everyone is Town is trying to get Dylan to fill in for his brother in all the Town’s holiday preparation.
Both Darcy and Dylan agree that it is crazy to get too attached since they live very different live, they still are drawn to each other and Darcy wants to help Dylan make the perfect Christmas for the girls. Just when they think they might have just have things under control, both sets of grandparents show up to also help make Christmas special for the girls.
There is plenty of Christmas holiday in this story. Dylan does need to learn to say no to a people as he was already dealing with enough and remember that his perfect brother has a wife to help him with kids while he does all those special favors throughout the Town. The author should have upped the amount of cute kid time since that was a bit lacking.