Sunday, November 20, 2016

REVIEW: Five Golden Rings by K.L. Brady



Five Golden Rings
A Chistmas Novella
K.L. Brady




Kristie fell out of love with Christmas in D.C. when her father died three years ago. But this Christmas is different now that she’s engaged to Zach. She’s ready to embrace the spirit of the season again, at least until she catches Zach with another woman on her way to the National Tree Lighting. She confronts him and runs out of her nightmare, but arrives at Presidential Park just in time to trip over a dream…

A.J. Dawson is back home in D.C. after a whirlwind global music tour. All he wants is to celebrate a quiet, traditional D.C. Christmas with his socialite almost-fiancĂ©e, Sabrina, but she’s got different ideas—A.J. serving at her beck-and-call, hanging on her arm at high-class parties, while ignoring his every wish, except one. Fed up, he’s determined to enjoy the season his way and makes his way to the National Tree Lighting, a moment too late to get in before the gates closed, but just in time to fall for the right girl…

When they are unexpectedly parted with only each other’s first name, can a Missed Connection ad and a little Christmas magic bring them back together?






I usually wait to start Christmas stories until after Thanksgiving, but the cover of this book kept begging me to pick it up and read it, so I decided to quit fighting it and pick it up. Boy, I am glad I did too.

This was a magical and fun read. It brought forth an incredible love story with an awesome meaning of how these characters celebrated the meaning of Christmas and brought two strangers together. I absolutely loved the meaning behind the title of the story. The author was a genius when she wrote this story. I have to say that this story filled my heart and soul and helped me remember what Christmas really means. I feel as if the spirit of Christmas has been rejuvenated back into my heart this year by just reading this story. It's a beautiful Christmas romance with a touch of comedy added. I LOVED THIS BOOK!!!


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