Review; Santa in a Kilt by Donna Kauffman

Last year I was fortunate enough to recieve an ARC of the Christmas-themed novella Santa in a Kilt by Donna Kaufman through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards, but I haven't published my review until now.

Description from Netgalley
On the wild dunes of a Scottish Isle, mistletoe and mischief are the best way to heat up a holiday best shared by two . . .

The wind-whipped December sea air of the isle of Kinloch invigorates Kira MacLeod as she sets out to tame rugged Shay Callaghan. The Scottish bachelor may be as wary of a wedding ring as a snowman is of the hot sun, but it’s no secret how he looks at her—as if she were the only woman in the world. Now, with the encouragement of the canny islanders, and watching two of their best friends tie the knot in a romantic winter wedding, Kira will ignite Shay’s heart—and weave the perfect Celtic Christmas to say aye do . . .

Originally published in Unwrapped.

My Thoughts on the Book
Santa in a Kilt has this sweet feel-good vibe to it. I loved the characters, who were well developed and an added bonus was the Scottish setting.

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