Book: Cupid's Christmas
Author: Bette Lee Crosby
Release date (if applicable): ebook published
Synopsis: Cupid has a problem and her name is Lindsay. Unemployed with an immature version of love which is more portrayed as lust, Lindsay just moved back in with her widowed father, John and keeps getting pictures of an adorable little dog that just keep popping up on her computer. Cupid's problem? He has been given the task of making sure that John and Eleanor, a widow with a son not happy about his mother's relationship with John, get together. When Lindsay shows up at home, a wrench could be thrown into that plan...unless Cupid comes up with a plan of his own for romance for Lindsay and to help her find that little dog that he keeps hinting at for her. Will Cupid succeed?
My rating: 4 Stars
My opinion: Although I thought this book was incredibly cute and typical high quality Bette Lee Crosby writing, it is definitely lighter and a bit more written for a general audience than the books that she normally writes.
On that note, this story is a Hallmark "feel good" story that has Bette's classic humor while weaving a heart warming story just perfect for the upcoming holiday season.
Source: Author for Review
Would I recommend? : Yes, it is a cute romance.
Stand Alone or Part of a Series: Stand Alone