Book Review: All I want for Christmas by Jennifer Gracen

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Purchase on Amazon—>All I Want for Christmas (Christmas in New York Book 2)


What this book is about:

Cassandra Baines almost has it all: a flourishing career as one of the youngest English Lit assistant professors at NYU, an apartment in a city she adores, and a close circle of lifelong girlfriends that are like sisters. The only thing she doesn’t have is someone special to share it with. She’s been married to her work since Sean McKinnon broke her heart seven years ago.

Musician and bar owner Sean McKinnon keeps busy – too busy for a love life. He blew it with Cassie all those years ago, and no one has held a candle to her since.

But then one fateful night, of all the people in New York City, Cassandra walks into his bar, and he’s drawn to her as strongly as ever. She wants nothing to do with him, but he’s not going to give up so easily.

Can a bit of New York Christmas magic help two people take a second chance on true love?

What I thought:

All I Want for Christmas (Christmas in New York, #2)All I Want for Christmas by Jennifer Gracen

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I loved this sweet story about Cassandra and running into her former boyfriend Sean.
Cassandra and her friend Bree went to the tree lighting ceremony at Rockefeller center and decided afterwards that the needed to go to a bar, it was a cold New York night and being in a warm place chatting with her BFF would be great.

They walked into an Irish Pub that they thought look warm, and that is where Cassandra saw him, her x-boyfriend from 7 years ago, her only true love!

This story tells us how Cassandra and Sean try to meet up again, rekindle that fire that was never burnt out.

I thought the author Jennifer Gracen did a great job of developing the characters, I felt like I was there, wanting things to work out. This was a great Christmas book to read. Loved the Holiday cheer.

View all my reviewsI love this quote, Diana
“I’m wondering what to read next.” — Matilda, Roald Dahl

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