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Twist of Fate

About the book: **This story was first published in the All I Want holiday romance anthology** 

When a postcard meant for Kenzie winds up in Ty's mailbox, Ty's faced with a decision. Should he tell her that her fiancé is breaking up with her and let it ruin her favorite holiday, or should he do what he's wanted to do since he met her - make a move and hope that he can win her over before she discovers there won't be a wedding after all?

My Review: It's not very often that I get a chance to re-read a book, but this is one I was completely happy to re-read. I love the premise, Tyler McKenzie and McKenzie Tyler live in the same building one floor apart. Their mailman is constantly getting their mail confused, with good reason. I love the way that Ty tries to save Kenzie's Christmas by not letting her know that her fiancee is not going to be coming home to marry her. What a sweetie, I love how he sees that it's his chance to finally win her for his very own. But as she's falling more and more in love with Ty, Kenzie feels terrible, knowing she's already planning to marry someone else. This book is such a sweet, cute romance. I love the characters, I love the plot. Make sure you read this book, it's super cute, and it's a quick read too!

I was sent an e-copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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