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The only problem is, Aaron treats her like his best friend, not the girlfriend she dreams of being. To make matters worse he's found his perfect girl and wants Kitty to help plan their first date.
Aaron Tyler thinks Kitty is sweet, talented and someone he can settle down with, but believes he has to deceive her into believing he cares for someone else to win her heart.
Nothing goes as planned when one mishap after another prevents them from admitting their true feelings.
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By Kimberly on 11-23-14
Worst. Narrator. Ever.
Genre: Contemporary romance
I picked this up cheap under a search for Christmas. Did I ever waste money on this! The ratings at Goodreads were high, so I wonder if I'd have liked it more in a different format - and free. The story and characters are pretty one dimensional, but what can you expect in an hour? It's a sweet little story, but probably would have been better in first person POV. It was definitely too short for 2 points of view, which this had, jumping from heroine to hero. I think it would be better received in an anthology, but only with a totally different narrator. I don't think I've ever heard worse. This is one that would definitely be better in ebook format!
By A. Mosa on 07-06-14
Finding romance in a comedy of errors
Where does Kitty's Christmas Hope rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
One of the best. Very enjoyable
What other book might you compare Kitty's Christmas Hope to and why?
Empress of Ireland by Jennifer Conner
Which character – as performed by Christy Williamson – was your favorite?
Kitty Skinner, the heroine
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Any additional comments?
Kitty's Christmas Hope reminded me of those great screwball comedies of the 1940's and 50's. The ones where Cary Grant and Roz Russell or Rock Hudson and Doris Day were smitten with each other. But, through bad advice, and choosing to leave their feelings unsaid or worse, not admitted to even themselves, they are ships passing in the night until the end of the story.