Monday, December 28, 2015

Review: A MacKenzie Family Christmas by Jennifer Ashley

Series: MacKenzie and McBrides Book #4.5
Format: ebook
Rating: 5 Stars
How I Got It:  Free on ibooks
Genre: Historical Romance,
Publisher: Self-published

Synopsis courtesy of Goodreads
The Mackenzies gather for a clan Christmas and New Year's in Scotland. In the chaos of preparations for the celebration--the first of Hart and Eleanor's married life--one of Ian's Ming bowls gets broken, and the family scrambles to save the day. Daniel busily runs a betting ring for everything from the time Eleanor's baby will arrive to whether Mac's former-pugilist valet can win a boxing match to who will be the first of the many guests to be caught under the mistletoe. Ian begins a new obsession, and Beth fears the loss of one of his precious bowls has made him withdraw once more into his private world. 


I picked this up for free on ibooks and figured I would read it since it's Christmas time. It's a great companion to the MacKenzie series and is just like a big epilogue-type book.

The story follows all the couples (up to book 4) and some side characters. I really liked seeing them all cute and Christmasy. There are some issues because it's a story, but mostly it's warm and fuzzy.

I felt like there was a ton of Ian and Beth. Maybe it's only because they are my favorite couple. I always love getting in Ian's head and trying to see the world the way he does. And their "conflict" surrounding the Ming bowl played on my heartstrings.

This was exactly what I thought it would be. And it made me so happy and excited for the holiday season. I freaking love the MacKenzie family.

Thanks for reading!

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