Have Yourself a Marine Christmas, Heather Long (Review) All About Xmas Read

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HL_Marine-Christmas_LGHave Yourself a Marine Christmas,  Heather Long

Ryan “Rebel” Brun is Scrooge, not that he wanted anyone else to have a bad Christmas, he just wanted to be excluded from the holiday cheer. He did not enjoy seeing men hold mistletoe over his nurse, she was his girl even is she only saw him as her patient, the surly amputee marine.

Noël Torres considered Rebel as more than a friend to the detriment of her personal work ethic. His unhealthy dislike for Christmas when he was known for his Christmas pranks and all out cheer no matter the circumstance had her more than worried.

Deciding to cross the line from patient, friend to lovers find them both discovering the joys of Christmas together (sappy I know)

Bookswagger Marcia: Three Crowns, swagger jacked, decent read. Christmas is all about sappy, mushy and sprinkle it with joy reads, this was no different. We just had quite a few hard truths to sprinkle the joy on top of. Like a marine dealing with learning to live without legs and still see himself as the man he once was. The story also spotlighted families coping with changing family dynamics and new romances dealing with masculine/feminine stereotypes all with the Christmas cherry on top.

Straight to the Swagger: If your want a cute short Christmas read with a little drama this one has enough while still keeping you in the spirit and all you Bah Humbugs, here is something you can relate to…Rebel feels your pain.

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Posted on December 13, 2013, in Bookswagger, Swagger Book Reviews and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. I would not mind a Marine for Christmas. Would not mind at all 😉 I love these little christmasy reads. The hero sounds very different! I always love that 🙂


  2. I liked the fact that the hero in this story is not physically perfect. Makes for a unique read. Sounds like it would be very touching.


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