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Life never goes the way Carrie expects, just like her stubborn curly hair. It was Friday the 13th and she was having a bad hair day. Unemployed and looking for a job, Carrie was on her way to an interview when she got into a collision with a luxury car. To make matters worse, the car’s handsome driver was also arrogant! And her bad luck didn’t stop with the damage to her car—when she arrived at the interview to meet the company president, Carrie is shocked to discover it’s the same driver she just ran into!
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- one of the better christmases 5
- JAB 06/13/2019 1 people found the following review helpful
When we read the Christmas harlequin romance, we're given the whole scrooge theme with the hero being scrooge. Honestly, it is the same thing but this story is a such a fresh breath of air on the theme and it's really funny too. I mean, the hero and heroine are two strong minded people who don't back down usually. I love their first meeting was them crashing their cars into each other and whole accusation battle of who's the culprit. The hero needs the heroine in order to help him with his company regulations and labor. The heroine goes beyond and out with her work from not just writing rules but also bringing in some fun things like Christmas parties and such. The hero is against at first but he thinks of his employees first as his family and lets it go. Plus, I liked that not all of the heroine's company idea worked like bring your pets to work day. That was a total disaster but it was successful in getting the hero to laugh. We learn about the hero's past with his alcoholic abusing and high parents. How he felt so betrayed and extends to no mercy to anyone who suffers from things like alcoholism. The heroine has her own past what with losing her mother by car because a kid from the slums stole it and drove it recklessly. However, her father taught her to forgive and that others suffer too. In fact, the father helped the kid get on the right tracks and he became a priest. The hero has his own demons to face when it comes to a trusted employee/ friend has fallen into the drink like his parents. I felt it was good to watch it and I love how it all played out with between the hero and heroine. I don't want to give anymore spoilers but I definitely recommend renting this book.
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