Series: Frosty's Snowmen

A Kiss From Kringle by Rhian Cahill

A Kiss From Kringle by Rhian CahillA Kiss From Kringle by Rhian Cahill
Series: Frosty's Snowmen #2
Published by Escape Publishing on December 8th 2015
Pages: 43
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Leah Ward didn’t start the day intending to be an elf in Santa’s Village, but to help her sister she’d do anything, including an impersonation and squeezing into a too-tight elf suit.  But Leah didn’t count on the boss discovering her deception – or that he’d be enchanted by it. She certainly didn’t count on Chris deciding all his future kisses would belong to her.
A firm believer in Christmas magic, Chris knows the sparks that fly when he meets Leah are the once-in-a-lifetime kind, and he sees no point in wasting any time. All he has to do is convince a soft-hearted cynic that all magic is real – and that Christmas magic is the most powerful of all.

If hard-arsed Jack Frost could do it, so can Chris Kringle apparently – in a place where Christmas surprises (in the form of a woman) can hit and hit hard, all within a day. But it’s the short length of the book that does the story so much injustice, particularly when it’s mostly about instant-love and the rushed talk of marriage, children and moving in…after a matter of 24 hours together. I do like Rhian Cahill’s writing, but do wish that she could have invested more in a backstory and more fleshed out characters whose personalities I still can’t quite grasp in this short read.