Flick Review: The Knight Before Christmas

Movie Title: The Knight Before Christmas
Genre: Romantic Comedy, Modern Day/Contemporary Romance, Christmas Comedy
Age Restriction: None. It’s safe to say anyone can enjoy this movie, even as a family
My Rating: 9/10 (a 4.5 out of 5-star equivalent)

 
Brief Summary:
The Knight Before Christmas follows the developing love story of a medieval Knight Cole who is transported in the future to complete his quest. He crosses paths with a skeptical teacher Brooke who provides him shelter and helps him adjust to the current time (believing he’s hit his head hard to have amnesia and be acting he’s from the 14th century), all the while falling in love with one another.

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Book Review: Once Upon A Romance

Once upon a romance

 

 

 

Book title: Once upon a Romance
Author: Alex Bailey
Genre: Contemporary Romance, Christmas Romance
Age restrictions: None
Total time read: 4 days

My recommendation: Will Recommend
My Rating: 5/5

 

 

Summary:

The story follows Sophie and her niece Ariel on their Christmas trip and tribute to her sister (Ariel’s mom). Ariel is excited but Sophie isn’t looking forward to the trip, she just wants to get it over with for the sake of her niece’s Christmas wish. Will a little time and romance in the most happiest place on earth be enough to change her mind?

 

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Book Review: The Player

The Player by Denise Grover swank

 

 

Book Title: The Player
Author: Denise Grover Swank
Genre: Romance, Romantic Comedy, Contemporary Fiction
Pages: 356 pages
Total Read Time: Roughly a month (due to time constraints)
My Recommendation: Would recommend
My rating: 8/10 (a 4 out of 5-star equivalent)

 

SUMMARY
Blair and Garrett are both divorce attorney’s and exes reunited after five years. It must be fate. Blair is still angry but Garrett’s convinced that the heaven’s giving him a sign to shoot for a second chance. But here’s the problem: Blair is getting married in a few days. Here’s another problem: she’s getting married to his cousin and worst enemy. Blair isn’t a believer in curses or fate like her friend Libby who is convinced that the curse cast on to them is real. How does it end? You have to read to find out, for me, it’s surely a wedding you won’t forget.

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