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Review: Write Before Christmas by Julie Hammerle



Blurb from Goodreads:
You’ve probably heard of me.
Reclusive fantasy author turned famous when his series got developed into a mega TV hit.
Except now I’m way behind deadline, and the whole world is waiting to see what I’ll write next.
The pressure is getting to me, and I. Can’t. Write.
Cue: small town where people don’t recognize me.
Cue: my assistant insisting on a personal chef to keep me fed and nothing more.
Cue: finding the first bit of inspiration I’ve felt in months whenever she’s around…
Am I a walking cliche now, or what?
Dani Cooper seems to have her own hurdles to jump this holiday season. Newly divorced, looking for her next move. She’s the first person who’s seen me for me in way too long. And I see her, too--as way more than just an employee, a divorcee, a cook. She’s becoming my muse…
But when my Christmas deadline hits, will it spell the end of us, too?
My Review:
 
This was super cute!  What happens when an author who writes a Game of Thrones like series has to meet his latest deadline before Christmas?  Well, he hires someone to help cook and clean around the house, of course.  I really like the pace of this one and Dani and Matt together.  Definitely a really fun and sweet Christmas romance!

Write Before Christmas comes out later this month on November 30, 2020 and you can purchase HERE.  
December 1, nineteen days until deadline 
What comes next? What comes next? 
My brain chanted these words over and over again, cutting through the death metal pounding in my ears, as my feet hit the pavement. Alone on the road, I forced a fist pump in a futile attempt to jolt my creative juices into a flow state. 
What comes next? 

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