Friday, December 13, 2013

The Goose, The Gander, And Three French Hens: 12 Days of Christmas series (A Short Story) by Robin Kaye ~ Review ~

When I heard that Robin Kaye was going to be part of the 12 Days of Christmas, I was so excited. I was dancing in my chair. A Robin Kaye Christmas story, just how good can it get! So as you can tell I was very excited to read The Goose, The Gander, And Three French Hens and I was not by any means disappointed.

 Jack Bennett and Mary Claire Coleman had a secret relationship when they were young. For reasons some what beyond their control they were unable to be together. When Jack comes back to town to take care of his father's estate the sparks are still very much there with Mary Claire. 

Jack and Mary Claire are sure their hot, steamy fling is just that, why should they not enjoy each other while Jack is in town. They both have such deep feelings for each other though. There is a lot of things from the past that must be taken care of before they can find their way together. 

I enjoyed watching Jack & Mary Claire get to know each other again. I also enjoyed Mary Claire's relationship with her fellow owners of the 3 French Hens. I loved all the ladies of the 3 French Hens and they added a lot of fun to the story line.

I was so completely captivated by this story that I read it in one setting. I could not bring myself to set it down to do anything else. Of course I have not yet meet a Robin Kaye book that I did not love, this one is certainly no exception. I am always excited and looking forward to what she has in store for us lucky readers next. Her characters are always charming, funny, and just so compelling that I can not helping loving them. 

I have not had the opportunity to read the rest of the books in this series but if they are half as good as Ms. Kaye's then I know I need to read them as well.

If you are looking for a fun holiday romance, grab this one. I'm including the link, don't want, go now, get your copy and enjoy! 

I was given the wonderful opportunity to read this book so that I may share my thoughts with you. As always it has been my pleasure to share my thought with you on The Goose, The Gander, And Three French Hens

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