Holiday Hearts

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Logan Brady is dreading coming out to her family over the holidays. She’s just lost her job, her life is a mess, and the last thing she needs is to be at the center of her family’s passion for drama.

Mick Finnegan survives on coffee, adrenaline, and one-night stands that don’t complicate her entrepreneurial lifestyle. She doesn’t have anyone she’s close to, so when an old college friend invites her to spend the holidays with his family, she jumps at the chance for a good old-fashioned Christmas.

Logan and Mick are on the same hellish flight from DC to Kansas City, become stranded in Chicago overnight, and share the only available hotel room. Their chemistry is undeniable, and a fling seems like a fine idea, until Logan’s brother shows up, and they realize they’re going to be spending the entire holiday together. Being home for the holidays is complicated, and Logan and Mick are one food fight and a ride to jail away from learning to live without fear and love without limits. 

Praise for this book

I'm a sucker for cheesy holiday romances & this book was great! So glad I got to read it before Christmas!
I thought that this book was funny and quirky with the exaggerated Hallmark type storyline, but in all the best ways. I really enjoyed the characters, the storyline, and some of the over the top scenarios. It was a very enjoyable read.
I read the book in two days, but could have read it straight though. I found it interesting and an easy read. It was a look into a different world with all the family dynamics that come along with sibling differences. It showed that family is family no matter what. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes to read about family and the struggles of love and relationships.
I can’t tell you how happy it makes me when I find something sapphic, and Christmas themed that is really well written and makes me want to feel festive. (I genuinely felt a need to buy more tinsel after reading this.) The story follows Logan (Mid 20’s) and Mick (Mid 30’s) and vaguely follows a one night stand into a kind of enemies to lovers trope which I was seriously here for. Give me all the arguing and making out. ‘They we’re like the Addams family on crack.’