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Thursday, December 13, 2007

Review: Reindeer Games

Reindeer Games
by Stacy Dawn

The annual Reindeer Games between the Holloran and the Nickles families is legendary in their little town of Noelle, Alberta. This year, however, the competition gets kicked up a notch when Jess Holloran discovers winning the games may just mean losing her heart.

Need a break from all the hustle and bustle of the Christmas season? Only a few minutes to spare? Reindeer Games is the ideal escape. Short, sweet and light hearted, it will have the reader smiling and ready to take on the shopping crowds.

Jessica Holloran and Brent Nickles compete every year for the Bronze Horn Award. The Award is the public prize, Jessica and Brent have a private bet - the loser deed. The winner has the loser do something embarrassing. This year Jessica plans on winning and she has the prefect humiliation set for Brent. Only Brent has a different idea about this years loser deed.

The characters of Jessica and Brent are both enjoyable. While Reindeer Games is a short story, the story is quick paced with enough backstory weaved through out that the reader will understand the characters and plot.

My suggestion for Christmas fatigue - warm up a cup of tea and take 15 minutes to enjoy Stacy Dawn's Reindeer Games.



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