Book 30 of 31 Christmas Book Reviews!

31 Kisses (Rockland Chronicles) by [Havig, Chautona]
When one plus one equals thirty-one…
It happens every day.
Guy meets grandpa–and girl.
Guy knocks grandpa off ladder
Guy kisses girl to make it “all better.”
Every day.
For a month.
Just your normal, average, all-American romance…
Meet Chessie and Carson. She goes “all out” for Christmas (and every other holiday including Columbus Day, Cinco de Mayo, and Flag Day); he doesn’t own a single thing that could be considered decorative–unless you count the stickers he stuck to his dresser back when he was three.
Neither of them have ever had a serious relationship; both are opposed to frivolous expressions of affection. How on earth did they get tangled up in a “kiss-a-day-during-December” pact?
My Review:
Genre: Humor, Christmas, and Christian fiction.
My Rating: 4 stars.
Recommendation: 16 up because of romance.
My Favorite Character/s: Grumpy and his love of his granddaughter. His first impressions of Carson are the best, and I didn’t mind reading the POV of an older character since he was kinda cute. I don’t believe he would care for being called cute, but he was!
My thoughts: These thoughts are before my reread, so please bear with me. I read this book about a year ago, I think? I’m not too sure when I read it the first time, but I loved it, just like I love almost all of the books Chautona Havig has written.
After reread:
This is one of the funniest books, it has the best humor that had me laughing almost the whole time. And I forgot how good this book was, there are some things that make the book better for an older audience which is the reason for the 16 up suggestion.
My favorite quote: (I had to share my favorite quote!)
He grinned at her. “I call it like I wish I’d seen it. So, how was your first kiss?”
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