Tuesday, January 10, 2017

The Mistletoe Secret by Richard Paul Evans

Title: The Mistletoe Secret
Author: Richard Paul Evans
Read by: Richard Paul Evans and Madeleine Maby
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio
Length: Approximately 5 hours and 20 minutes
Source: Simon & Schuster Audio Digital Review Copy – Thank-you!

Alex Bartlett had a great marriage – or so he thought.  As he cut down his work travel to spend more time with his wife, he discovered that she did not want to spend more time with him and was in fact cheating on him.  Alone and depressed, Alex’s two friends try to get him to sign up for a dating website.  While on the web signing up, Alex stumbles upon a blog of a woman talking about loneliness called “LBH” and he suddenly feels a connection.  Desperate to find her, Alex starts a search that will lead him across the country.  Once at this location, he falls into a new problem, falling in love with a woman who does not meet the criteria of who he is searching for.  Will he be able to find happiness this Christmas and who is the mysterious lonely blogger?

The Mistletoe Secret is the third book in the Mistletoe series, but is a stand lone novel.  It was another great Christmas romance novel to listen to this Christmas season.  Richard Paul Evans is a great narrator.  I enjoyed how he narrated most of the book with Madeleine Maby reading the blog posts by LBH.    I thought this was a unique story – I also enjoyed that it was told from a male point of view.   

Overall, The Mistletoe Secret is a great romance from a male point of view.  I really loved Alex’s friends and the characters in this story. They made me laugh out loud in several instances. I also enjoyed that it was a clean romance.  I will definitely be listening to more Richard Paul Evans audiobooks.

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