Review: Due North



Author: Magnolia Robbins.
Genre: Romance, LGBT, Fantasy.
Rating: 🍫🍫🍫🍫

Blurb:

On a perfectly ordinary Christmas night, Santa Claus found Mitzi Mayfield in a tiny bassinet in Manhattan. For twenty years, Mitzi knew nothing but the comfort of her small magical village in the North Pole and the love of the Claus’ who had adopted her. That was until she was thrust into the real world on an adventure to find her birth parents. Finding love, however, was the last thing on her mind.

The very idea of Christmas made real-life scrooge Amelia Banner ill. A high-end accountant, her days were predictable and orderly, just the way she liked it. Yet even still, Amelia had always felt like there was something missing from her life.

When fate brings Mitzi and Amelia together on a cold December night, they find their lives quickly intertwining. While Amelia helps Mitzi on her journey of self-discovery, she herself discovers a little bit of love for the season. As the two begin to fall for one another, secrets of their lives begin to reveal themselves and their fairytale romance starts to get complicated.
Do Mitzi and Amelia let their past define them? Or do they realize that maybe all they really want for Christmas, is each other?

Cover Review:

The cover is sweet, Christmassy and super cute!

Book Review:

I loved the idea of the novel as well as the characters, and it was a sweet story, and totally festive. 

A good Christmas read, but at the same time I found it to be too cheesy. 

I liked the storyline, and some of the characters, but I found Mitzi too sweet. Much too sweet. 

Though the book was pretty short so I don't mind it much. 

Overall, Due North was a cute, sweet read and I enjoyed reading it!


Buy Due North now:

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Which was the best Christmas themed book you read this year? Let me know in the comments! 



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