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Friday, December 22, 2017

RELEASE TOUR REVIEW: It Must've Been the Mistletoe by L.P. Dover

Title: It Must've Been the Mistletoe
Author: L.P. Dover
Genre: Holiday / Contemporary Romance
Release Date: December 18, 2017

Finding your soul mate is a dream Adeline Hamilton thought was just that … a dream. After several failed relationships, she realizes she’s not capable of falling in love. The only passion she’s ever had is teaching U.S. History at the local high school. 
A week before Christmas, Adeline is all set for her best friend’s wedding, even though she dreads having to go to it alone. But when she’s given a Christmas wish that could change her future forever, she’s whisked away to the past, to a completely different place and time. It’s also when she meets him, William Blair, the man who steals her heart.
As their relationship grows, Adeline realizes that true love does exist. What she doesn’t know is that her wish can’t last forever, that soon she’ll have to leave the past behind. Will Adeline and William find their way back to each other? Or will their love have to stay where it all began . . . in 1865? With mistletoe and Christmas magic, anything’s possible.

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Wit & Wonder Books - “Perfect and refreshing holiday romance by LP Dover! It Must’ve Been The Mistletoe was brilliantly written and crafted in a way in which it will make you smile from ear to ear this holiday season.”

Anima - “A truly magical Christmas romance! Perfect for any age, historical romance lovers too.”

Kathy Rouchelle - “This is a wonderful Christmas read and one that I am sure that people who love watching Hallmark Christmas movies will thoroughly enjoy.”
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Meet L.P. Dover
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author L. P. Dover is a southern belle living in North Carolina with her husband and two beautiful girls. Before she began her literary journey she worked in periodontics, enjoying the wonderment of dental surgeries.
She loves to write, but she also loves to play tennis, go on mountain hikes and white water rafting, and has a passion for singing. Her two youngest fans expect a concert each and every night before bedtime, usually Christmas carols.
Dover has written countless novels, including her Forever Fae series, the Second Chances series, the Gloves Off series, the Armed & Dangerous series, the Royal Shifters series, the Society X series, the Circle of Justice series, and her standalone novel Love, Lies, and Deception. Her favorite genre to read and write is romantic suspense, but if she got to choose a setting in which to live, it would be with her faeries in the Land of the Fae.


I’m always up for an L.P. Dover book, so as soon as I saw It Must’ve Been the Mistletoe, I wanted to read it. I hadn’t really read the synopsis before I got it, but I’d caught hints about it and I liked what I found and I was even more excited to read it. Once I started, I absolutely loved It Must’ve Been the Mistletoe! It was so lovely and just the perfect book to read around this time of year. 

I wasn’t that thrilled with William when I first met him, but it wasn’t long before he won me over. He’s a great guy, a hard worker, and a total gentleman. William is sweet and kind and so good to Adeline. He made my heart melt and it was impossible not to fall for him! 

Adeline is the best - she’s the sweetest and has a heart of gold. She’s so giving and warm and so full of light. Adeline would do anything for a friend or family, she’s always taking care of them, and trying to make them happy. She’s amazing and strong - I just loved Adeline to pieces! 

It Must’ve Been the Mistletoe is the best holiday book I’ve read this season. It is so sweet and fun and full of heart and Christmas magic. It made me laugh and smile - I had the absolute best time reading this book. There’s not one thing I would change about it, I wholeheartedly loved it! 

It Must’ve Been the Mistletoe is a standalone, it’s told from William and Adeline’s POV, and they do get their happy ending. 
~ Sonja, 5 Stars

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