Love! Jill Shlavis gave me an awesome Christmas present this year! Well, she gave me the opportunity to buy myself an early Christmas present – a short story about my favorite couple from the Lucky Harbor Series – Sawyer and Chloe from Head Over Heels. You could read this novella, Merry Christmas, Baby, on it’s own but it means a whole lot more if you have read Head Over Heels first.
Chloe is pregnant, moody and emotional and Sawyer is going off for a few days for DEA job. Not a great combination, right? Things are a bit tense between the two of them when he leaves and this causes all sorts of emotions from Chloe. Chloe, being Chloe is determined to have fun at a local Christmas party despite that everyone (including Sawyer) thinks she should stay home and off her feet. Well, we all know how well Chloe listens…
Merry Christmas, Baby felt like coming home for the holidays since it has been awhile since I have read about the characters in this story. It had me laughing and even tearing up at times. I can’t say too much more because I would give things away, but just know that you are getting a very fun Lucky Harbor story that includes the traditional snarky dialogue and hot passion that we come to expect from Jill Shalvis. Now I want to go read Head Over Heels again.
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About the Book:
Author: Jill Shalvis
Release Date: December 2, 2014
Publisher: Grand Central
Category: Contemporary Romance
Source: Purchased from Amazon
Wild child Chloe Thompson can’t believe how much things have changed. She still can’t get enough of her sexy husband Sawyer, but he seems to prefer working to thinking about impending fatherhood. So tonight, a very pregnant Chloe is escaping her troubles at the town Christmas party.
Sheriff Sawyer Thompson hopes surprising Chloe at the party will give him a chance to set things right. But as the snow begins to fall and the wind rages, he wonders whether he can make it back in time. While mother nature conspires to keep Sawyer and Chloe apart, an unexpected arrival will require them to kiss and make up . . . and ring in the happiest holiday Lucky Harbor has ever seen.