At forty-eight, attorney Kori Sarcotti is taking a beating. Her husband is under investigation, the FBI is serving her warrants, and her law firm is sending her on road trips just to get her out of the office. But when her grandmother, and woman who raised her, passes away, things go from bad to unbearable. Not long after her grandmother’s funeral, Kori finds herself stranded in the small town of Mule Creek, where she meets unsophisticated rancher AJ Crawford. One look around and she knows — this will be the worst experience of her life. But when AJ asks her a question that both shocks and delights her, she confesses that her predicament had become ‘The Perfect Holiday’.
I hated, despised, loathed that this book ended.
I felt like this was the perfect romance book.
I wasn’t a huge fan of Kori’s. I mean, don’t get me wrong. I don’t dislike her, but I wasn’t in love with her character. To me, she was just the female lead in the story.
AJ on the other hand. I fell for him. He may be a little old for me, but he sounded quite handsome. The rugged, outdoor, country type.
AJ’s friends reminded me of my cousin and his friends back home that I used to spend a lot of time with so the entire atmosphere of Mule Creek made me feel comfortable.
I loved the chemistry between Kori and AJ. The teasing. The ease in which they could be in the same room as each other.
There was no smut. No sex. Just pure love and romance. I highly recommend The Perfect Holiday.
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Michael was born in Arizona, moving to Utah when he was 10. He enjoys being a college English teacher. He likes to hike, cook, and try new restaurants, especially Vietnamese and Indian. He loves to study foreign languages and sit at sidewalk cafes and eat pain au chocolates. He’s climbed both volcanos and Mayan ruins, He’s seen the Andes and the Rockies and traveled to Rio de Janeiro, Luxemburg, and Nagasaki. His bucket-list includes getting a Master’s Degree in creative writing in Ireland, taking the trans-Siberian railroad from Beijing to Moscow, and walking from the north end of Portugal to the southern tip. A father of four, he currently lives with his wife and his two daughters in the mountains of Utah.
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