Christmas in Mustang Creek. Linda Lael Miller

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Christmas in Mustang Creek
Linda Lael Miller
Published: Harlequin
Date: September 29th 2015
Format: e-ARC
Pages: 272
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Source: Little Bird Publicity and Publisher via NetGalley
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Christmas in Mustang Creek is #4 in The Brides of Biss County, and is a delightful shorter story for the Christmas season.

Charlotte is returning home to the small Wyoming town to the house she shared with her aunt since childhood. Her aunt is now in a home, because she has a little dementia.  Residing in the house is the warm, rather mysterious Mrs Klozz. (say her name out loud and you’ll get the idea). A little Disney, but kinda sweet. She certainly has the Christmas spirit and is not about doing a little organising so that Charlotte is put in the path of Jax. She and Jax had been an item, but had parted company over a year ago. Now he too has come to the small town to help Nate in his vet practice. Mrs K sees to it that he is right in the action and right in the path of Charlotte.

Want to get into the Christmas spirit – this is an ideal book to put you into the scents and warmth and goodwill of this season. Mrs Klozz is a magical mystery, and she certainly adds to the spirit of Christmas.

There is goodwill aplenty, the small town ambience where everybody knows everything, and of course it has delightful animals, family and a hint of new birth. Some romance too of course.

Save this one up for near Christmas and you will be right there in the spirit of the season.

4 stars

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