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When one of Santa's reindeer meets a grisly end during the annual A Downtown Dickens Christmas Festival, Rue realizes her enemies are closing in on her location, and Samford will pay the price.

But when one creature turns into two, and two into three, and then three into four, Rue knows the problem is bigger than a singular threat to her new hometown. And that's before a holiday shopper strolls into Hollis Apothecary claiming to be a long-lost relative. Of her father's.

As old loyalties are tested and new relationships threaten to unravel the fabric of her identity, Rue must choose either the family she was born into or the one she created for herself, and the losing side might not survive her decision.

Contains mature themes.

©2021 Black Dog Books, LLC (P)2022 Tantor

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Repetitive mush

The underlying story had a good premise. Unfortunately there is very little story and a lot of repetitive, juvenile professions of lust between the MC and her love interest. The MC is supposed to be a mature woman but acts like a love sick teen. This book barely qualifies as a paranormal book since the supernatural takes a back seat to the poorly written romance.

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