Sunday, December 20, 2015

ARC Review of Twas the Knight before Christmas by M. Clarke

Goodreads Summary:
***This is a novella. Please Read Something Great (FREE), Something Wonderful, and Something Forever FIRST or can be read after Something Amazing and Something Precious*** 

Twas the Knight before Christmas, when all through Max and Matthew’s house 
Not a creature was stirring?—but not in these boys’ family house; 
Stress, deadlines, and naughty children were nestled all snug in their beds, 
While visions of sugar plums did NOT dance in their heads, 
When they met with obstacles, mounted to the sky, 
Could they overcome the hurdles before time flies? 
When what to their wondering dreamy brown eyes did appear, 
But peace, harmony, and calmness, my dears. 
And all was right in the land of Knights. 

Happy Christmas to all, and to all a good night!

My Review:
I love Christmas. So it's pretty easy to guess that I love books that involve Christmas and some of my favorite characters! Christmas is right around the corner. Needless to say, the Knight brothers have a very buys Christmas ahead of them. They are both Fathers now and have a lot of pressure on them. Not only with Christmas but, scandal in the business is brewing. Perfect timing right. As if the holiday was not stressful enough. Add in scandal and you are looking at a possible break down. Will these families get the Merry Christmas they are looking for?

I loved Jenna and Becky. Through it all they are still besties. Even though their lives are more complicated now they still try to make time for each other. Friends forever! It makes it nice when you are married to brothers too. Luckily for Jenna and Becky, their husbands have very active sexual appetites as well. They still have seriously hot husbands who worship them. It's the life we all wish for. Love, family, and super hot husbands! 

I love when we get glimpses into the future lives of the characters well love. This book was just that. At a time of the year that is about family and love. They have a little conflict, just enough to make it interesting. It all comes down to our core values during the holiday. Love and family. This one is a must read!

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