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The Holiday Hoax (edition 2012)

by Jennifer Probst

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Title:The Holiday Hoax
Authors:Jennifer Probst
Info:Champagne (2012), Kindle Edition, 60 pages
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The Holiday Hoax by Jennifer Probst

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The book is called Holiday Hoax, referring to Christmas. But the good part about this book is that you can read it anytime. Unlike most Christmas/holiday romances, the season isn't constantly thrown in your face. Yes, Aidan works at a Christmas tree lot and yes, there's mention of a Christmas program and decorations, but for me the story is more than the holiday season. You can substitute anytime of year and this story still works out.

I've read several of Jennifer's books so far. She has a thing for millionaires and billionaires. Holiday Hoax is no different. I love the concept of this story. A guy with tons of money, just wanting to meet and fall in love with a girl who loves him for him and not for the size of his bank account or what he can do for her. What better way to do that than to pretend you aren’t super rich?

Upon first meeting and talking to Isabella, Aidan felt an immediate attraction to her. She was feisty and stubborn and wouldn’t back down. Isabella felt an attraction for him as well but she didn’t want to admit it.

There’s more to Isabella than meets the eye. Unlike a lot of women, she’s not looking for someone rich. She has her reasons and actually shares those with Aidan. Of course, Aidan still doesn’t tell her the truth about him. The night he finally decides to confess to her, things happen and the truth is put out there. Sometimes a lie is just a lie, no matter how good your intentions are. And sometimes when you’re busy trying to fool someone else, the person you actually end up fooling is yourself. I enjoyed this story and I’m sure you will too.

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