Sunday, December 18, 2011

Unwrapping Scrooge by Anne Holly

Bestselling author Kale McKinnon is a modern Scrooge – eccentric, misanthropic and reclusive, made bitter by the coldness of his wealthy family. But when optimistic Canadian graduate student Molly Gillis visits Oxford and invades his space, he realizes Christmas is about to change for him forever. But can he make her stay, and force himself to un-Scrooge enough to be the right man for her?

Reviewer: Dolce Amore
This story is about bestselling author Kale McKinnon who prefers to be alone. However, his world changes when he meets Molly Gillis, a Canadian college student spending a year at Oxford. First, he tries to hide from her, but when she has to prepare his breakfast each morning, they slowly start to talk about everything and anything. And the feelings they try to deny are gradually growing.

I really enjoyed this book. For a short story, the characters are very well developed; the story line is credible, easy to follow and sweet. Though, I would have liked it more if it there were more sparks. I give it 4 stars.

Publisher: Decadent Publishing
Review Courtesy Of: ManicReaders


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