It’s been a while since I did this challenge, right people?? Hello everyone, welcome back to my blog where I do weird challenges and push myself to read weird books๐Ÿ˜โœŒ. Well, here I am again with the Romantic Classics Challenge where I read mushy mushy books and review them. I would like to inform you all that this is an old challenge that I am picking up after finishing my exams. So without any further ado, let’s start, shall we?

So here I am people, with the first book review of my Romantic Classics challenge. I announced this challenge sometime back but because of my exams, I couldn’t do it. Well, I am doing it now. So this is the first book out of twelve books. If you don’t remember me mentioning this challenge, here’s the link below:

Classical Surprise (Part 1) || Romantic Classics Challenge

Classical Surprise (Part 2) || Romantic Classics Challenge.

So here are the links, go check them out if you have forgotten the challenge. So let’s start with the review without wasting any further time, shall we??

Under The Summer Mistletoe by Stacey Weeks.

Book Description:

Author: Stacey Weeks.

Publisher: Pelican Ventures Book Group.

Genre: Romance, Fiction.

Chapter: 1 chapter.

Pages: 15 pages.

Series: Standalone book.

Time: 15 minutes or even less than that.

Publishing / Published: November 2019.

Challenge: Romantic Classics Challenge.

Official Summary:

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 โ€œplus oneโ€ 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 turn everything around?

Critics Ratings:

Goodreads: 3.4/5 Stars.

Amazon: 4/5 Stars.

Barnes and Nobles: 4.7/5 Stars.

Taken from specific sources.

My Summary:

A Christian musician has a tough day at the airport when he loses his luggage and has to go through security checkings. Just to buy his toiletries, he goes to a store where he meets a young girl who accuses him of theft and then the story revolves around how he tries to prove himself innocent and find himself a date.

My Ratings:

My Review:

A great novel. I liked the concept and the story was great too. It wasn’t so big so it got over in 5 minutes for me. It was a starter novel for my challenge so I really liked it. It was like warming me up to more cosy stories that will be coming up soon. I liked the characters especially the boy, he was a messy character. It was nice. I will recommend it to all those that need a light and fast read. A nice one-hour book club discussion is highly recommended for this book.

*My friends ask me why I recommend book club discussions in my review posts. The reason why I do this is that I have many friends that are in book clubs and even I am in a few of then so I like to just inform new members of book clubs on the hours to spend discussing a book.

So that’s it for today. I will be meeting you guys with more book reviews now. Hope you had fun.

Today won’t be the question post but the announcement day


The whole month of May will be a fresh beginning of my life. I want to decorate May with the colours of my childhood and I will be doing posts about my childhood and memories of the past. I want to express myself in May. There will be no posts about authors or writers, it’s going to be all about books. Reviews, book tags, talking about other books and much more. So I won’t be doing anything extra except books and my childhood. This Quarantine I want to explore myself more. I feel like I need to go back to my roots and see what I was and what I have become. It’s time for a reality check, isn’t it??

What do you think about this??

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  1. That book sounds truly awful, but I will look forward to reading more about your younger days. ๐Ÿ™‚
    Best wishes, Pete. xx

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    1. ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚I was expecting that comment. It is pretty awful for you Petey. I will be doing a lot of posts where I might include my cancer days too. I have vivid memories of those times too. So I hope you like it. โคโœŒ๐Ÿ˜Š

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    1. Thanks, Kim. I hope you like them.

      Stay SafeโคโœŒ๐Ÿ˜Š

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