Gumdrops and Garland: A Small Town Diner #Christmas #Romance

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Indigo Dickson
Age: 27
Looks: Short, curvy, and jet-black hair with eyes to rival her name
Favorite Food: Gumdrops
Status: It’s complicated

Lance Garland
Age: 28
Looks: Tall, dark, and handsome, with the saddest brown eyes in Bells Pass
Favorite Food: The Lancenator
Status: It’s beyond complicated

Lance Garland and Indigo Dickson can’t be dating disasters if they refuse to date. They’ve caught on to the Legend of the Bells Pass Gazebo, and this Christmas, they’re steering clear of it. Until Lance suffers a devastating loss and looks to Indigo to help him through the holiday season. Complicated doesn’t begin to describe their relationship, but old misunderstandings and damaged pride stop them from admitting the truth—they’re perfect for each other. The townspeople of Bells Pass know they’ll need all of Santa’s magic to prove it to these childhood friends before the clock strikes twelve on December twenty-fifth.

My Review:

Mettner has wowed me yet again. I fell in love with this Christmas romance immediately as all the main characters are flawed, but not flawed as any limitations make them human to me. No one is perfect. The romance between the non-traditional main couple was a blessing to read about. The world has enough hate, and is past the time when caring and love should be the norm. Highly recommend this five star novel.

2 thoughts on “Gumdrops and Garland: A Small Town Diner #Christmas #Romance

  1. Thank you so much for the wonderful review, Mary! I’m so glad you enjoyed Lance and Indigo’s story in the 6th installment of the Bells Pass series! I just started book 7 and reviews like this one make me want to keep writing all night long. 🙂

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