Have Yourself a Curvy Little Christmas A Perfect Fit Holiday NovellaOn the first day of Christmas Dina Gregory former wild child and prodigal daughter returns home to New York on a mission Finding her young son s father and making him ta

  • Title: Have Yourself a Curvy Little Christmas
  • Author: Sugar Jamison
  • ISBN: 9781466847095
  • Page: 329
  • Format: ebook
  • A Perfect Fit Holiday NovellaOn the first day of Christmas, Dina Gregory, former wild child and prodigal daughter returns home to New York on a mission Finding her young son s father and making him take responsibility for the child he created is the only thing on her wish list But instead of finding the man she was looking for she runs into his stuffy older brother Ben Perfect Fit Holiday NovellaOn the first day of Christmas, Dina Gregory, former wild child and prodigal daughter returns home to New York on a mission Finding her young son s father and making him take responsibility for the child he created is the only thing on her wish list But instead of finding the man she was looking for she runs into his stuffy older brother Ben.Ben has never liked Dina, but being trapped together on the holidays allows him to see a different side of her She brings back his Christmas spirit and in the process reminds him what it feels like to love Dina s past makes her wary of falling in love, but Ben is determined to make her stay as his permanent Christmas gift.

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    1. Sugar Jamison says:

      Sugar Jamison is a southern belle trapped in a New Yorker s body With a love of big hair and high heeled shoes, she spends her day at her very normal day job and night dreaming up sweet but sassy romances.

    2 thoughts on “Have Yourself a Curvy Little Christmas

    1. Another lovely and beautiful short story!I love reading the books about hope and love and I'm glad I picked up this one. It truly warmed my heart and brought a big smile to my face after finishing it. I'll definitely read more of this author's books.

    2. I received this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.I’m a sucker for Christmas romances – it doesn’t matter if it is paranormal, regency, or contemporary – and I really liked this one. I was originally a bit thrown off by the formatting of the book – some of the dialogue from different characters seemed to flow into single sentences which made following the conversation confusing, but I think I have to attribute to this being an ARC eBook and perhaps these things weren [...]

    3. OK, so it's not Christmas anymore, but I still read this one anyway (maybe trying to fool myself that I'm still on vacation?). It was a nice little addition to the series, and was superb as a stand-alone story. Two interesting likable characters, and a normal-girl-meets-billionaire story that is more credible than most for sure. I'll be honest there were a few moments when I felt that it was too incredible to be enjoyable. The hero swearing off all women because his wife died 10 years before? OK [...]

    4. This was a very short Christmas story centered around a curvy girl and her young son. It reminded me a bit like the nativity story, but slightly different as well.I didn't like Dina as a character. She was too brash, and yet too guilt ridden to really get into her as a character. I loved Ben though, how he stepped up and was trying to handle his brother's problem. I liked how flawed and tortured he came across as, yet trying to move past all his hurts. He was the one character I could easily con [...]

    5. I loooove this! Dina's the one we hate in book one yet in this book She's lovable! I like her wit and the way she carried herself. I didn't see her old bitchiness at all and her chemistry with Ben is amazing. I wish it could be full length novel instead of novella. But yeah, I enjoyed it! Look forward to finally read all books in this series! ><

    6. From the Publisher through Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.Recently I found out that I actually don't mind novella's, in fact I really enjoy them. In my opinion these little books give you a brief glimpse at the author and their writing style. Especially if it's an author that is new to you. Since the novella's that I have read recently were mostly for characters that don't get their own actual book, I don't mind it if I had not had a chance to jump into book one yet.Have Yourself a Cu [...]

    7. I didn't know that "Have Yourself a curvy Little Christmas" is a part of "Perfect Fit" series but nevertheless I didn't have a feeling that I am missing something from the past. Of course, there were some reminiscences to the previous book, I've got the idea that Dina was a bad person and hurt people that she loved but it didn't spoil the book.I got to know Dina when she was looking for a father of her son. Of course he didn't know that he is a father and she decided that it is the time that he [...]

    8. Reviewed by MarissaBook provided by NetGalley for reviewReview originally posted at Romancing the BookAs the book starts, Dina is cold and pissed and not in a Christmas mood. I love that about her! She’s just spent five days on a bus with a baby because she can’t afford to fly and now she has to face the baby’s father – who fled at the very first mention of the word “baby”. Honestly, who would be cheerful at that point? I’m just happy Dina isn’t one of those always-smiling, never [...]

    9. This is going to be a very short review, because I haven't got much to say about this book one way or another. I didn't realize that another book came before this when I requested it on Netgalley, so that part is on me. That being said, I felt like I was missing something. I didn't particularly care for either of the main characters, and because of this disconnect to both the characters and the plot line, I didn't really care about what happened. I would love to read the first book and give this [...]

    10. Another heart warming novella by Sugar Jamison! To thoroughly enjoy the story, I would recommend reading this series in order. You need to get to know Dina previously to understand her in this book.I enjoy Christmas stories any time of year and this book will put you in a holiday spirit. The author gives you a delightful novella filled with fun, romance and humor! Even the cover is great.If are looking for a really enjoyable novella to relax with, this is a must read. In fact, I recommend the wh [...]

    11. Nope, no, no, no, no! Can't stomach a series where the villain of the first book is given their own HEA because it turns out that really all along they had a heart of gold it was just their childhood trauma that made them do horrible things!I think I wouldn't have had such a big problem with this if I had read it before reading Dangerous Curves Ahead Unfortunately all the really nasty things dina had done to Ellis were still fresh in my memory and I'm not a forgiving person when it comes to the [...]

    12. Read my review @ No Book Left BehindI will no longer be hosting my reviews in . All books I have personally reviewed will be linked back to my blog on BookLikes for all of you to see! :)

    13. Have Yourself a Curvy Little Christmas: Adult Contemporary Novella with humor Book 1.5 in the Perfect Fit Series by Sugar Jamison Can Stand AloneHave Yourself a Curvy Little Christmas" target="_blank">Have Yourself a Curvy Little Christmas by Sugar Jamison takes place about a year after Dangerous Curves Ahead" target="_blank">Dangerous Curves Ahead (which I loved, see my review), and has completely different characters, so it isn't necessary to read the first book before this.Dina, the her [...]

    14. Originally published at Reading RealityIt may be slightly early to start reviewing Christmas books, but this novella is such a treat that I couldn’t resist.This is a combination of second chance at love with the old (but often good) trope about two people being snowbound together and finding out that they love each other after all.Throw in a little of Dickens’ Christmas Carol and you’ve probably got the picture. And it’s a lovely one.Ben Rowe has given up on Christmas, and pretty much gi [...]

    15. *A free copy of this book was provided by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review*3.5-4 starsThis was a pretty good story. I liked the characters and the story was cute with a little hotness thrown in. This is the first story I've read by this author and based on this I'd try more of her work in the future. Dina grew up in New York state and has a step-father, mother and half-sister she's not in touch with because she pissed them off majorly, couldn't face them and moved to L.A. While there, [...]

    16. Five tree top stars for Sugar Jamison's Have Yourself a Curvy Little Christmas, a poignant, hilarious, romantic, and sexy holiday novellaIf you really enjoy a book that's filled with warmth, laughter, romance, and heroines that won't quit, then Sugar Jamison is the author for you. I fell in love with her A Perfect Fit series from the moment that I began reading the first book, Dangerous Curves Ahead. So I was really happy to note that among the many authors offering special books for the holiday [...]

    17. Dina had an affair with Virgil, got pregnant when she said she was pregnant he said, “Too bad. You had a really nice body. Maybe you can get it back after you give the kid up. I know you aren’t thinking about keeping it. I wouldn’t allow you to care for my goldfish. There is no way you can care for a child.”Of course he did nothing to help. So, after Dash was born she leaves California and gets a bus for New York to go confront him. She lived with Virgil for 8 months and feels she doesn [...]

    18. My review cross-posted from Wit and Sin: witandsin/2014/01Have Yourself a Curvy Little Christmas is a warm and inviting holiday romance you can enjoy all year long. Author Sugar Jamison hits all the right notes in this story of second chances and finding love where you least expect it.I confess, having read the first Perfect Fit story, Dangerous Curves Ahead, I was wary of reading Dina’s story. To be perfectly honest, I couldn’t stand Dina in her sister’s book. Fortunately, Dina does a ful [...]

    19. Another great read from Sugar Jamison. I have been impatiently waiting for even a snippet of more since finishing Dangerous Curves Ahead. Have Yourself a Curvy Little Christmas is only a novella, but still a great addition.Summary:Dina Gregory has returned home to New York on a mission. She never thought she'd come home when her own family can't stand her, but her mission is more important than her own feelings. Dina has a young son now, Dash. She has changed and knows she can take care of the b [...]

    20. I requested this novella from Netgalley because Dangerous Curves Ahead, the first book in the series was an absolute hoot and I couldn't wait to dig into another installment. This book is the story of Dina Gregory, the sister of the female protagonist in the first book. Dina came across as mean, a bit cruel and totally self-centered in the first book. She was an interesting character, but not very likable. I was very interested in seeing what Ms. Jamison was going to do with her.We meet up with [...]

    21. Original review is posted here:thischickreads.wordpress/2Dina Gregory used to be a party girl. But when she sets her eyes on her newborn son for the first time , she decides to change. Her son is now number one in her life and it is his first Christmas. Little Dash has to meet his father for the first time. But, when she goes into the home of his family, Dina finds out that Virgil Worthington Rowe is dead. He died in a ski accident. Dash lost his father before he even met him.Benjamin Rowe lost [...]

    22. I really enjoyed this novella! There is nothing better than having a bit of winter fun in the snow and with 'Have Yourself a Curvy Little Christmas' I was delighted with sleigh rides and tobogganing. Have Yourself a Curvy Little Christmas was a dream come true for Dina. After being dumped by her boyfriend she found herself single and pregnant. I could sympathize with her because I know how hard it is to be a single parent having to support AND care for her child, so Dina took the bull by the hor [...]

    23. "I would give everything I own to have them back just for a little while." - Ben Christmas, self-esteem, baby, death, family, family drama, relationships all in one novella!!Can't ask for more!!!Dina redeemed herself in this book! I DISLIKED her in "Dangerous Curves Ahead". She was immature, selfish, hurtful, jealous.In Have Yourself a Curvy Little Christmas we find out why Dina behaved so awful towards her sister, Ellis. Will Dina & Ellis make up? Or will they be the kind of sister who don' [...]

    24. Abandoned by her baby's father, Dina is out of money and options, but not spunk. Packing up 10-month old Dash, she takes a five day cross-country bus trip (thankfully endured off-screen) to track down the no-good and demand he kick in to support his son.Unfortunately, the only things Virgil (the no-good) is kicking are daisies, since he's dead. Luckily for Dina and Dash, Virgil's brother Ben is not only alive - and sexy - and sentimental, and he's also about ready to emerge from a long period of [...]

    25. It needs to be said, Don’t read this book first. Here is the reading order if you have not read this book yet.Book #1 Dangerous Curves AheadBook #2 Thrown for a CurveThen read : Have Yourself a Curvy Little Christmas.If there was a character that needed her story told it was Dina Gregory. Thank you Sugar Jamison for Dina’s story.My heart broke for Dina as I watched this character grow, I was able to enjoy her now and understand why she was who she was throughout the first books. Ms. Jamison [...]

    26. Gained free copy from NetGalley for review, didn't realise it was part of a set but reading the write up info on each book of the series they have different characters. It turns out the previous book is about the sister of the main character of this book but it didn't feel as though I needed to have read that book first, this book gave enough history to be read as a stand alone book.I really enjoyed this festive romance novel, though you knew the typical boy meets girl and they fall in love roma [...]

    27. This is the first book that I have read by Sugar Jamison and it won’t be my last. I really loved her humor, characters, and writing style. Have Yourself a Curvy Little Christmas is a fantastic little story that left me with a big smile and a warm heart.I loved all the characters but the main character Dina was awesome. She is a person with a big mouth and an even bigger heart. She is down to earth and genuine and had me giggling several times during the book.The story is full of heart, charm, [...]

    28. This review pertains to Have Yourself a Curvy Little Christmas, a Perfect Fit Novella, by Sugar Jamison. Thank you to St. Martin’s Press and Netgalley for the opportunity to read and review. I did not know this story was a part of a series until after I finished reading, and you do not feel lost while reading as a result. This fares very well as a standalone story. This was a charming quick read which really gets you in the holiday spirit. The story focuses on Dina and her infant son Dash. Din [...]

    29. Disclaimer: I received this book free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I did not receive any form of compensation.I had the pleasure of reviewing the first book in the series, Dangerous Curves Ahead, back in September. I am certainly glad that I didn't have to wait too long to get my hands on this novella.Just as I had thoroughly enjoyed Dangerous Curves Ahead, this book did not disappoint. Sugar Jamison has really mastered the craft of story telling. To be able to pack in such a [...]

    30. It's a 3.5 peeps!Okay, first I must add, I hated Dina, she was horrible to the people close to her, especially her baby sister. And she always told her that she loved her the most. I guess it's true what they say that you hurt the people you love the most. In this case, it has never been more true.For Dina's story we fast forward to I believe 2.5 years from the time we left Ellis with Mikey. Dina has changed for the better, thanks to a beautiful and smart 10-month-old baby boy. The baby's father [...]

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