Fool Me Twice At Christmas by Camilla Isley

 




Synopsis:


There are two types of relationships: fake and real.

Chuck and Kate’s used to be real, oh-so-real. But after she broke his heart four months ago, leaving him, it became all just pretense for the sake of their entwined families.

With parents who are best friends and business partners, it’s not easy for Chuck and Kate to announce they’ve split up. But with the holidays looming over them, they can no longer keep pretending.

They head home for Christmas, determined to tell the truth—and end up accidentally engaged instead. The more they try to pull apart, the more the Universe seems to push them back together, shortening the road to the altar. And when just-for-show kisses stir up forgotten feelings, things get even more complicated.

Now, with the midnight hour approaching, will Chuck and Kate’s relationship turn out to be fake or real?


Review:




Fool Me Twice At Christmas was a nice, entarteining and easy read.

Chuck and Kate's families run jointly a chocolate factory, they grew up together, they were destined to be a couple, to get married and to have kids...until Kate broke up with Chuck. Theyhey don't have the courage to tell their parents they have broken up until the Christmas holidays, but nothing goes as planned.

I liked Chuck, he is still in love with Kate but I think he realized it when he lost her for someone else. Kate at the beginning was insufferable for me but then I understood her, it isn't easy to live with someone who takes you for granted. It was so much fun to follow them on their journey, at times I wanted to slap them when they were too stubborn to see that their feelings for each other are still there, but I kept reading and cheering for them till the end.

I recommend to read it if you enjoy a story with a lot of misunderstanding, small town gossip and the sweet smell of chocolate.



Release Date: 09.28.2021

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