Kait, Renata, and their returning guest Caitlin read The Mistletoe Promise by Richard Paul Evans and unanimously agreed: it’s not nearly as bad as The Christmas Sweater was! In fact we actually… kinda liked The Mistletoe Promise? We liked it almost as much as the heroine of this book likes sweet pork salads, which is a lot. Listen now to hear us learn what exactly a sweet pork salad is, plus an important moral lesson (but not the lesson we were expecting to learn).
Content warning: This book contains infant death, and so does our discussion of it.
Readers advisory: Here.
Footnotes: Fatal Distraction by Gene Weingarten
Special note: We’re having a contest and the grand prize is a signed copy of The Mistletoe Promise. Click here for details on how to enter!
Coming up next: Bests & Worsts of 2015 (Part 1, Children’s and YA)
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