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Sunday, December 21, 2014

The Christmas Contract by Jan Ramos--A Review


Millionaire Dax Dawson is a world-class philanthropist and grandfather. While he's generous with his money, he also makes the community work for it. He's the same with his family. No free handouts. What he gives has strings attached. Dax decides it's time for his fiercely independent, almost-thirty year old granddaughters to settle down. He wants them to find love and give him great-grandchildren before his lights go out. And he knows how to make it happen. 

Prompted by love, guilt and a desire to own their own business, the Dawson triplets -- Joy, Noelle and Christi -- enter into a Christmas contract that will change their lives forever. 

Finding true love is a unique adventure, so each girl has their own story. The outcome for all three, however, funnels into one giant happily-ever-after.


This read was 146 pages long and as with Christmas romance stories...it was a sweet romantic read.    What a premise for a story...triplets, contracting to find their true love and be married by Christmas Day in order to obtain the money needed to buy Uncle Mick's restaurant.

This was a fast moving story, told basically in three parts...one section for each of the tripletts, Joy, Noelle, and Christi Dawson.   Each story was cleverly different from the other sisters stories of how they found their man!   Each of the three men were hunky, endearing in their own rite and very appealing.   In this fun  and romantic read,  opposites did attract and not one of the sisters ended up with their Granddad's selection for them!

I rated this a four (4) wink read.    Fun and entertaining!

Disclaimer:  I read for my pleasure.   I may receive ARC copies for review purposes, but I am not compensated for my reviews .  I like to read and I like to share my reviews.   I post my thoughts without prejudice or bias.  The words are mine and I write reviews based on my humble opinion.  I will admit, I seldom meet a book I don't like.  I purchased this e-book for my personal Kindle collection.  

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