Twas The Night

Initially, Twas The Night reminds me of the 3D animated movie by Tim Burton, Twas the Night Before Christmas. And the dark cover somehow managed to creep me out, but I’m glad that the somewhat freaky cover (well, it gives me freaky feelings) did not put me off from reading this book. Twas The Night was co-written by three accomplished authors: Sandra Hill, Trish Jensen and Kate Holmes and is an absolutely sexy and hilarious read.

I like it how the authors piece things together, and the beginning of the story really jingles, literally. i really had to laugh that disasters began with the innocent ‘Jingle bells, jingle bells’ in the air of the airport and how the story unfolds after that.

If I were to rate this book, I’d give it a perfect five, and all hail female drivers! ūüėÄ (Not sure what I’m talking about? Well, you got to read the book to find out what I’m blabbling about!)

From the back of the book:

TWAS THE NIGHT was co-written by three very successful and well-known romance authors: Sandra Hill, Trish Jensen and Kate Holmes. Collectively they have published dozens of novels and are brand names to a very large romance-reading audience.

This sexy, funny and fast-paced romance novel is perfect for light reading during the holidays. Three irresistible guys are trying to get home for Christmas across the snowbound northeast roads. The last chartered bus out of Philadelphia is full of rambunctious senior citizens who call themselves the Santa Brigade. Their fearless driver (a woman) is a retired NASCAR racer.

Our heroes¬†hop a ride with the Brigade and immediately¬†(Christmas magic?) they collide with¬†three fellow hitchhikers who are women from their pasts:¬†these gorgeous gals¬†have not forgotten or forgiven old heartaches, and so it’s going to be a very long night on the bus .

I highly recommend this book to those who would love some toasty warm holiday feeling as well as a good laugh and a dose of sweet romance.

I received this digital ARC  from Bell Bridge Books via Netgalley and I was not paid to review this.


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