Title: Love Finds You in Frost, Minnesota
Author: Judy Baer
Publisher: Summerside Press
Published: October 1, 2013
Genres: Christmas, Christian Fiction, Romance
Series: Love Finds You
Summary from Goodreads
When Jack returns home to Minnesota, he meets the town’s newcomer. She’s bubbly, beautiful . . . and his latest adversary.
Considering that her name is Merry Noel Blake and she was born on Christmas Eve, it’s not surprising that Frost, Minnesota’s newest resident is crazy about the holiday. She has single-handedly convinced the entire town to help her turn Frost into a Christmas destination; there’s a tableau of the stable in Bethlehem, a concert, many events at the church, and Merry’s own holiday boutique.
Jack Frost has always tried to live down his whimsical name—a gift from his playful parents—and he does his best to deter Merry from making what he considers a kitschy mockery of the town and the season. But she believes that below Jack’s frosty exterior is a warm heart—and that she is the one to thaw it.
I haven't read that many in the Love Finds You line, and I'm pretty sure this book was the first book I read by Judy Baer. This book was just okay for me. The main female character in this book was 28, I think. She was really into Christmas to the point I'm not for sure I believed it. She was able to rally a town to play up its namesake for Christmas. I don't think that's very realistic. I would have believed it more if she was more in her mid 30s. Also, I didn't like that it's realistic that around 3 to 4 guys wanted a relationship with her. I was still able to read this book at a normal pace despite my issues with the book. It's not a Christmas book I'd recommend. I've preferred the two Christmas books by Melody Carlson that I have read this year over this. If you're looking for a Christian Christmas romance, I'd definitely read one by Melody.
I've heard some of Judy's other books are funny. I'll still try to give her a chance in the future. I'm not for sure what I would rate this. It's been about a week and a half since I read it. I think this would be around a 3 for me.