Kayla Green hates Christmas - so when a work opportunity comes up, she jumps at the chance to work over the holidays. She heads for snowy Vermont to help out a new client.My Thoughts: I Loved this book - and not just for the perfect Vermont setting. (Although it did make me immediately want to book a stay on a snowy mountainside.) I loved the O'Neil family - even though they fight and banter with each other, they're all about love. I liked watching Kayla figure out the snow and realize that she's not always right. I loved the moments where Jackson showed Kalya the resort and all the beauty the mountain had to offer. A wonderful romance that's fill of warmth, love, and family. I can't wait to read more about this family!
Kayla's the best in the business and right now Jackson needs the best. He needs her to convince his grandfather how to market the resort. His grandfather used to run the resort, but things changed. Jackson was called home to help out and while he's added some great features, they don't matter if people aren't staying there. If word about the resort doesn't get out soon, there might not be a resort anymore.
The moment Kayla arrives, shes knows she's in trouble. The resort's perfect, but Christmas hits her in the face wherever she goes. The idea of dodging the holidays seems to be fast diminishing. Her workaholic ways might not be what this resort needs. For the first time ever, she might fail at her job unless some Christmas magic inspires her.
Cover Thoughts: Cute - but I wish the resort was in the background