Day 9 of 25 Days of Christmas: Miss Christmas by Gigi Garrett

Miss Christmas by Gigi Garrett
Published: November 27, 2015
Format: free Kindle read
Rating: 5/5

Holly Kuhn is on the hunt for The Tree, but could she possibly find The One along the way?

Next to Santa Claus, Holly Kuhn has one of the most important Christmas jobs out there. She’s the Director of Horticulture at Rockefeller Center, which means she’s in charge of finding the biggest and most perfect Norway spruce and transporting it to Manhattan. When she stumbles upon The Tree of her dreams on an idyllic Massachusetts dairy farm, Miss Christmas—as she’s called—is on seventh heaven. That is, until she meets the farm’s owner, handsome Sam McCary, and discovers he doesn’t share her holiday spirit.

Will Holly be able to convince him to share his tree with the world? Or will workaholic Holly learn that sometimes there’s something even more important than tinsel-trapped success?

Join Holly and Sam—along with a colorful supporting cast and charming small town—as they discover that Christmas miracles are all around us, if we’re only willing to see them in plain sight.

My Thoughts
This short holiday read is simply a must! Miss Christmas focuses on Holly who is in charge of finding the perfect tree to grace Rockefeller center. Christmas and trees are her specialty, she grew up on a Christmas tree farm and nothing makes her happier than finding the one. In an effort in making her job number one she has put everything including finding love on the back burner. All until one day when she receives a letter from a little boy who claims he has the perfect tree and must came by and see it. Call it faith or coincidence she not only finds the perfect tree but maybe even The One…as in his uncle Sam. As in some things in life nothing goes off as planned when Sam refuses to give up his family’s tree. Will Holly get her tree and her man or is she destined to spend another Christmas alone? This is one romantic read that is bound to pull on the heart strings which in my opinion makes the most wonderful Christmas read.

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