18 April 2014

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite Giveaway + Eva Scott Novel Review

Twas the Night Before Christmas revolves around Clay and Jessica, once high school lovers, the two parted on what seemed to be negative terms. Four years later, twenty-two year old Jessica is now working as a burlesque dancer. This Christmas Eve, she is covering a show for one of the other girls in the troupe. Clay is at the club where Jessica performs on his friends' bachelor party. Is it coincidence or is it fate that the once lovers should meet again after four years apart? Will they be able to leave the past in the past, and will Jessica get the happily ever after she's always dreamed of?

Quite honestly, I LOVED this book. Whilst it is kind of unseasonable (Christmas at Easter, anyone?) it's still a great read and it isn't completely focused on the holidays which makes it totally acceptable to read at this time of the year. I think one of the main reasons I enjoyed this book is because I felt myself relating to Jessica's character quite a lot, and the relationship, albeit not brilliant in the first instance, that she develops with Clay towards the end of the story is one which most girls, and I am no exception to this, dream of. Overall, I give this book a well deserved five star rating.

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Disclaimer: I was sent a complimentary copy of 'Twas the Night Before Christmas' by Eva Scott by Musa Publishing for review purposes.

3 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for hosting me!

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