BOOK REVIEW: “The Mistletoe Promise” by Richard Paul Evans

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The Mistletoe Promise by Richard Paul Evans (Amazon) (Goodreads)

 

  • Title: The Mistletoe Promise 
  • Author: Richard Paul Evans
  • Publication: Simon & Schuster (November 18, 2014) *first published in October 28, 2014*
  • Pages: 251
  • Series: The Mistletoe Collection
  • Genre: Contemporary, Fiction, Romance
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Source: Library
  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

 

Richard Paul Evans’ The Mistletoe Promise is a surprisingly heartwarming holiday romance.  The promise is a contract of holiday companionship made between Elise Dutton, a humble travel agent, and Nicholas Derr, a lawyer who seems too good to be true in Elise’s small world.  If their relationship lingers happily beyond the term of the promise, they can move on as an official couple. If not, the promise respectfully ends. Hopefully, the people and memories from both of their dreadful pasts doesn’t get in the way of their joyous present.

Before reading this book, I thought it would be another cheesy romance. I’ve picked up a chick-lit vibe from it and was instantly turned off. Stories about women who are suddenly born into feeling human beings when they meet their Prince Charmings always rubbed me off the wrong way.

Fortunately, this book made me want to squeal into a pillow with excitement for Elise and Nicholas and scowl at anything threatening their relationship. I needed a book like this as the holidays are approaching. The Mistletoe Promise is a charming holiday book. Behold, there’s a shocking twist in this story! Just to let you know…

Have you read this book or any of Richard Paul Evans’ books? Which holiday romances you’ve read?

 

 

 

 

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