Book Review: Faking Under the Mistletoe

Faking Under the Mistletoe


BOOK: Faking Under the Mistletoe

AUTHOR: Ashley Shepherd



This book was the perfect Christmas season read. It moved swiftly, the characters were not boring, and it provided enough festivity to make me wish for snow. Olivia tries so hard to be a friend to people, be what they need. And that’s exactly what lands her in this mess. 


I will definitely be adding this author to my “Read More” pile. Also can we talk about how original the art on the cover is? I say it’s unique because many times the cover is overly cutesy or hard differentiate from other covers. But this one… So eye catching and thoughtful!


Short Synopsis (from Goodreads):

Olivia Langley is the human embodiment of Christmas cheer, and she has absolutely no problem spreading it around for all to hear.


So it’s no surprise when she’s put in charge of Loveridge & McGowan’s holiday festivities. Secret Santas? Yep. Ice skating? Of course. Holiday trivia? Duh. Christmas-themed bar crawl? That’s one big jingle bell hell yes.


Kissing her boss at a Christmas tree lighting in front of his ex-girlfriend? Well… it is the season of giving.


And Olivia does not come with a gift receipt. No exchanges. No returns. No refunds. All sales are final.


In an effort to ungrinch the grinchiest man she’s ever met, Olivia enlists herself, Santa’s Executive Helper, to scheme up a plan that includes sleigh rides, snow days, and one too many mistletoe kisses, which certainly gets Asher’s tinsel in a tangle.


She’s pretty sure that she sleighed this whole fake dating thing.


Well… until she realizes there’s nothing fake about her feelings for Asher, and suddenly tangled tinsel, unsolicited Christmas trees, and celebrity heartthrobs are the least of her worries.

I received this book for review purposes from NetGalley. ⠀

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