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It’s the holidays, and my Christmas present this year is a prince of my very own.
The day before Christmas Eve, Felicia runs into the last person on earth she’d expect to see… It’s Gideon, her ex from high school. They starred in the school play together as Romeo and Juliet, and the two of them were deeply in love once. Neither of them has any plans for Christmas, so they agree to spend the day together. It’s as if they’re sweethearts again, and Felicia feels swept away by a wave of old feelings. They share a passionate kiss, but then Gideon pulls away abruptly. Felicia can’t help but wonder…what is he thinking?
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- Misunderstandings and Assumptions 4
- JAB 02/18/2020 1 people found the following review helpful
The hero and heroine are high school sweethearts who broke up over misunderstandings and missed chances. They both had crushes on each other back in high-school but they didn’t start dating until after they played in the high school’s “Romeo and Juliet” play. Their relationship was good till teenage hormones overwhelmed them onto the heroine’s living room couch. After the act, the two didn’t know how to process what they just did, and its communication was eschewed. Then the heroine contracted a serious contagious illness. Her parents sent her away in order not to get anyone else infected. She couldn’t notify the hero what was happening and they didn’t have email or text messages back then. During her quarantine, the hero panics over the heroine’s long absence, barely getting a straight answer from anyone. He assumed she might have gotten pregnant from their one encounter and was sent away to have it aborted. Then he was sent away after his dad died and the heroine came back to a town with no hero. She had no forwarding address from him and their relationship ended there painfully. Years pass and the heroine returns to her hometown for her friend’s wedding. This is where the hero and heroine finally reunite. The heroine already in a relationship with someone but it ends later in the book when he calls her to drop her plans and come on his business trip with his boss in order to impress the man when he already gave up their Christmas plans. What I liked were the hero and heroine’s conversations were friendly and nice. I liked how they reconnected slowly and cleared up the big misunderstanding from the past. Now, they come to the question of where they go from here. They talk and decide on impulse to head to Italy for a winter vacation. They stay in fair Verona and enjoy the food and sights. He proposes to her and she says yes. It’s a happy ending and it wasn’t that bad even though there was hardly an argument between the two.
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