My review for Winter’s Christmas Bride by K. L. Fast

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Blurb: Atlanta architect Nathan Winter wants a wife.

After hearing about his best friends success with an elite matchmaker,

he takes the chance and sets up the appointment.

Things don’t get that far.

The goddess who works in that office stops him in his tracks.

Levidia Baxter, receptionist extraordinaire, wasn’t prepared for the whirlwind that Nathan brings into her life.

Can the sins of her past finally free her in order to truly be loved by the man of her dreams?

This KL instalove is all the holiday goodness you can handle. Safe, sexy, and so many babies…

May be spoilers:

Winter’s Christmas Bride is book 5 in the Seven Brides of Christmas series. Each can be read as a standalone. I do recommend reading A Groom for Christmas as that’s where we first meet Levi. This story has 11 chapters with 2 epilogues and is about Levi and Nathan.

We start off with Nathan meeting Levi when he goes to try to find a bride, and he does when he sees her for the first time. They both fall instantly, but she’s a little sad at first because he’s there to find a wife and she wants to be that person.

Everything moves super fast as they click really well. She’s a virgin and he’s been celibate for years. Her coffee with hot chocolate? Um, yuck! To each their own, I guess, but that just sounded gross, but I love black coffee with cream and sugar only. Just had to throw that out there.

There are a few steamy scenes, but not many. They get married and adopt a little baby just a short time after meeting. It’s short and to the point. No drama, just them getting together. Good read I thought.

Epilogue is a few months out and then 15 years later. They are happily married with 5 kids. No separations, no other people drama. Just short to the point instalove. I gave it 4 stars. Thanks for reading. Hope you check it out. You can get the book here: Winter’s Christmas Bride (Seven Brides of Christmas Book 5)

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