This is an honest review of All I Want for Christmas by Wendy Loggia and my suggested age rating.
Bailey Briggs has an obsession with Christmas. She has just has one wish this year, all she wants for Christmas is a mistletoe kiss. She knows that it won’t be Jacob, the athlete and player. She’s hoping it will be Charlie the adorable stranger with a British accent. Bailey works in Winslow’s bookstore and sports her reindeer ears and holiday cheer. With all her Christmas spirit Bailey is sure she’ll stay on the nice list and get her Christmas wish.
Review of All I Want for Christmas
This was the perfect hallmark Christmas book. One thing I find unenjoyable about this book are the parts directed at teens. There are some slang and just “teen” things that made me cringe a bit. Once I was able to get past that I really did enjoy this book. The atmosphere was my favorite part; you definitely felt like you were reading a Christmas book. The descriptions, activities, and the joy in this novel is what made me love it.
I found the characters to be likable. The main character MC Bailey frustrated me at times. Surprisingly, I found myself rooting for our athlete over the British boy. I was shocked at myself.
I gave All I Want for Christmas 3/5 stars on Goodreads.
Age Rating of All I Want for Christmas
I would give All I Want for Christmas an age rating of 13 and up. There is romance and little to no language.
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