Christmas Chaos by Evie Alexander and Kelly Kay
Published: November 18, 2022
Genre: RomCom, Holiday Romance
KKECReads Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
I received a copy of this book for free, and I leave my review voluntarily.
Kelly Kay is a writer, married to a writer, mother of a creative dynamo of a ten-year-old boy, and currently a little sleepy. She is a klutz and goofball and loves lipstick like her Chuck Taylors. And most likely, she will have a glass of wine or a cup of coffee in her hand.
Evie Alexander is the author of sexy romantic comedies with a British sense of humour. She takes a systematic approach to her work, believing her capacity to fail at life and love repeatedly is what has given her such a rich supply of material for her writing.
No Way in a Manger by Evie Alexander
“This is the best Christmas ever.”
Rory and Zoe are enjoying married life. Things at the castle are going well, and Zoe has booked events through Christmas. But when a Christmas miracle appears, Rory isn’t sure he can handle it.
This was so cute! I love Rory and Zoe so much, so this was a fantastic glimpse into their lives. I love that the whole crazy clan was included, too.
This was a charming installation in this story, and I enjoyed the Christmas vibes. I like how this novella focuses so much on Rory, giving us his feelings and perspective.
The ending was precious. I’m ready to pull out my Christmas decorations!
No Crib and No Bed by Kelly Kay
“I don’t know if they do, but I certainly do.”
Tabi and Bax live a passionate life. They are madly in love, running a thriving vineyard, and have a fantastic family. They want to be parents, but it hasn’t happened yet. After a freak accident leaves their home condemned, they get the call that will change their life forever.
This was beyond sweet. I cried my way through the last half of this story.
I enjoy Tabi and Bax, and I need to read their books to get to know them better. Their love is pure and deep, and it is so solid.
I loved the blended chaos with these characters. The family bond is strong and beautiful. This was such a great read, and it was a perfect holiday story.
I liked the alternating narrators; the balance was well-suited and showed how in sync Tabi and Bax are. Their union is genuinely one of love, admiration, and absolute respect.
This was an extraordinary story, and it will melt your heart. I loved every minute of this journey.