Book Review: Cocoa Kisses by Melanie Jacobson

Taylor Bixby is content running her café and watching her customers fall in love. She wouldn’t mind a little mistletoe magic herself, but the last kiss to curl her toes was from an old friend--an eggnog-fueled mistake. It’s a good thing he hasn’t been around for the four Christmases since.

She’s got her hands full overseeing the town’s most beloved holiday tradition, and she’s fine leaving Levi Taft—and the night they don’t speak of—in the past.

Until he walks into her café without warning.

Levi Taft is back in Creekville to fix what he broke four years ago. He misses his best friend too much to let their friendship fade, and he sees his chance to make things right when catastrophe threatens Taylor’s ambitious Christmas Town plans.

It’s simple. They just need to outrun the blizzard of the decade to wrangle eight grumpy rental reindeer…and escape a snowbound cabin in a forest riddled with absurd amounts of mistletoe. Oh, and restore a little boy’s faith in Santa.

Christmas needs saving, but is Taylor willing to try when it means risking her secrets for the only man to ever break her heart?

Cute story. Fun how the parents were so much a part of it. It was a typical friend to lovers trope. It was not a faith-filled story but I enjoyed it.