Thursday, November 19, 2015

REVIEW: Blame the Mistletoe by Sarah Johnson

I received a advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review.

Book Blurb: A Pride & Prejudice novella variation. Unable to stay away from Meryton for long, Fitzwilliam Darcy and Charles Bingley return to Netherfield for Christmas, bringing with them Darcy’s sister Georgiana. Wickham has already established himself as trustworthy, especially in the eyes of Miss Elizabeth Bennet, giving Darcy an even harder time of winning her heart. Will the mistletoe boughs hung all around help in bringing these two lovers together?

My Review: I have to say that in this novella Lydia is such an enabler. Every time she spots Lizzy and Darcy under the mistletoe she cries out for them to kiss. Actually she does this to everybody but more so to the aforementioned couple. Lizzy and Darcy manage to work through their misunderstandings and eventually Lizzy falls in love with him. So yay for mistletoe and interfering sisters!

This novella was very sweet and is definitely a must read for the holiday season.


Buy Link: Amazon


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