A Christmas Kiss with her Ex-Army Doc by Tina Beckett

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I’m totally in love with this story and it bought home to me what is actually important about Christmas! And as I was so hooked and read it in one go, it distracted me from the stollen bites which is kinda hard at the moment, I think I may be getting addicted…

Hollee and Clancy knew each other back when they were school kids, but Hollee married Jacob who was their friend. Jacob however was killed in combat before he and Hollee had it out about their relationship issues

It was clear from the start of chapter 1 that there was something between Hollee and Clancy that they had never got over and even though they had both changed it almost felt like there was something out there pulling them back together!

They bring the magic of Christmas with them when as part of a hospital relief type mission they volunteer in an area that was hit by floods and landslides then devastated by tornadoes. It was here that the magic of Christmas was displayed so much and it made me smile how they worked to get people involved!

I enjoyed the story and Hollee was a really good heroine, she is independent however she also knows what she wants, she is good at her job and clearly cares about her patients. I also enjoyed the medical side of things, based in the maternity ward Hollee doesn’t only see the things that go well and this book looked at those days when things weren’t so great on the ward which I found really good. So often it’s the things that go better that are focused on and in this case the harder cases are handled sensitively and with respect but weaved in in a way that makes the story really work and flow.

Clancy is good looking, charming and a doctor so almost my perfect guy! He is well written and his voice is confident but laced with his insecurities which makes it really work as otherwise he would be too perfect

I would recommend this book to those who enjoy medical romances which make you realise what Christmas is all about!

AM 🐾 x

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