Under the Summer Mistletoe Book Review


Danyelle AKA Cowgirl’s Rating: 5 of 5 stars
Genre: Contemporary Romance-Adult
Series: Mistletoe Meadow Series
Publisher: White Rose Publishing 
Length: 14-Ebook
Author Information:


Christian musician, Sebastian Mayer, arrives in Mistletoe Meadows for Quentin and Melody’s wedding. A disastrous trip including lost luggage and a body search at security sends him to the variety store to replace his toiletries. All he wants is to relieve the pounding in his head, play a little bluegrass, and find a “plus one” to ward off any matchmaking attempts by his friends. Then Holly Ferguson, the cashier from a local variety store, accuses him of theft, and his bad day gets worse.

Can a stolen moment under the summer mistletoe turns everything around?


There is a trigger warning in this book. Sebastian is accused of stealing at the beginning.

The setting was in summer. It was a cute short book. It was made to be read in the summer, Christmas in July.  Even though, it has a Christmas theme to it. If you want to your fix and don’t want to wait until after Thanksgiving then this short book is for you. It is a clean book as well! 

Between Holly and Sebastian had a rocky start when they met. But as they talked before he left the store, they found out that they are going to the same wedding. I thought it was a cute read. 

This is the first book that I read by this author. It was well-written and there some plot to this short story. I got semi got into the book and the characters. There was some back story to the characters. I like to see that in short stories. It got to the point too. 


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