Guest Blog Post: Mutts and Mistletoe

Cover of "Mutts and Mistletoe" by Natalie Cox

Mention a dog in a book and instantly it’s that much better! Do you agree?

Here MACSBOOKS311 revisits us with another great book review…

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If you are a dog lover, then Mutts and Mistletoe is must read book for you! Even if you aren’t a dog lover, you will enjoy this delightful holiday book!

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The holidays – which for me begin on October 1 – are the only time of the year that I actually read and enjoy cozy mysteries and romance books. I think it has something to do with being raised on holiday classics which morphed into Hallmark Holiday movies. I like feeling nostalgic and magical and in love this time of year. If given the opportunity to read a fun holiday story, I will jump at the chance. Mutts and Mistletoe was such an opportunity!

Charlie’s life has hit the rocks – her boyfriend just ran off with his trainer, her mother has fled to Australia with her new husband and, in a neighbor’s freak explosion, her apartment ceiling caved in…

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7 thoughts on “Guest Blog Post: Mutts and Mistletoe

  1. Sounds fun… and sometimes when I’d go and visit family down in Florida I’d watch a couple hallmark movies just to unwind — ahhh good clean romance and sometimes cheesy or bad acting a but decompression

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  2. What a sweet cover photo for a book! I love in the review they found the first chapter off-putting but “once the dogs were introduced into the story, it all turned around”. Dogs make everything better! 🙂
    Caz xx

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