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Review of Merry Christmas, Baby: A Lucky Harbor short story

Merry Christmas, Baby is a contemporary romance short story by Jill Shalvis. This book is part of the Lucky Harbor series. It’s not a full-length story but still takes place in the Lucky Harbor world.

  • Title: Merry Christmas, Baby
  • Author: Jill Shalvis (@JillShalvis)
  • Genre: Contemporary Romance
  • Length: 68 Pages
  • Released: December 2, 2014
  • Rating: 9.2 out of 10

This is a short story that picks up about 5 years where the third book in the series left off. Chloe is now married to Sawyer and is very pregnant and happily in love. In case you forgot, Chloe is the youngest of the three sisters that we met in the first three books in the Lucky Harbor series.

Only life isn’t exactly perfect. Her husband is always busy working and Chloe is frustrated that he’d rather work than prepare for the arrival of their baby.

This is what makes me really like this couple … they have real issues. It’s not just happily ever after, all the time. They, like everyone else in this world, have problems that they need to work through to have their happily ever after.

Sure the story is a little sappy and predictable, but honestly, it’s still a great read with a wonderfully merry Christmas and a happy holiday ending.

If you love holiday love stories as I do, or you are reading the Lucky Harbor series, this is one book you’ll want to pick up.

 
   

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