Blame it on the Mistletoe by Lily Graison

Alinar Publishing


Reviewed by Gianna




Macy Carter’s little white lie is about to get her in a whole bunch of trouble. In an effort to ease her parent’s fears when she moved cities, Macy tells her family that her boss, Sean Mathis has been her boyfriend for the past two years. The problem is that it’s Christmas and everyone wants to meet him. When Sean hears about this, he offers to play along. When they ask him what his intentions are, Sean pretends that he is planning to propose to Macy on New Year’s Day. A few days later they find themselves deciding whether they will make their way to the altar or break the news to the family that their whole relationship is a lie.

Blame it on the Mistletoe by Lily Graison is the perfect story to curl up and read beside a good fire. The characters are likeable with an easy compatibility that transcends the pages and are incredibly easy to relate to. Macy quickly learns that her “little white lie” could get out of control very easily. Sean comes to her rescue and in the process gets himself caught in the avalanche. When push comes to shove, their true feelings are revealed in a very sweet way, and the ending is particularly special.


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