If you’re looking for a fun, quick romance read this holiday, check out Elves With Benefits. This is the latest Christmas novella in the Reindeer Falls series by Jana Aston.
Check out She Reads Romance Books’ book review to see why she loves this book and this series!
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My name is Ryan Sheppard and I don’t care about Christmas. I’m only returning to my over-the-top Christmas-themed hometown to sell the house I inherited from my late uncle so I can get back to the city and the promotion I’m chasing at work.
Yet according to the town Christmas cop, there’s a moratorium on selling houses during December. She says it’s bad for the aesthetic. She’s also slapping an alarming number of tickets on my front door. For being in violation of holiday décor. And I swear on Rudolph himself, one is for ‘unsportsmanlike Christmassing.’ If only this Christmas cop didn’t look like a sexy red-headed elf.
This is a delectable holiday novella to add to what was already a wonderful series!
I love the Reindeer Falls series, including this one, because Aston is able to convey so much in limited pages.
I can sometimes find novellas lacking but this one had a cute story, fun characters and just a great, overall romance that’s perfect for the holidays.
Maggie is the “Christmas cop” of Reindeer Falls, writing tickets to those who violate the Christmas spirit of the town.
This woman seemed like she was continually amped on hot cocoa spiked with a lot of caffeine given her spunk and unwavering focus on Christmas cheer.
She was delightful and I loved her passion.
Ryan sort of took a backseat to her hyperness but had enough of a backstory to “get him” in his role in this novella.
This is a fun novel about the woman full of Christmas cheer falling for the man who had none.
I highly recommend this fun and well written novella for every Christmas, which is why it made my book list of best Christmas novellas to read.
I especially appreciated the funny gems Aston included, like the girls’ book club and their annoyance of romance books that really turn into women’s literature. I so feel you girl!
*I received an advanced reader copy though all opinions are my own.