Nick and Noel's Christmas Playlist Audible Audiobook – Original recording
Press play on happily ever after in this charming, heartfelt holiday rom-com.
Nick Winters and Noel Carter have known each other their whole lives. After years of shared family holidays, working together on the Winters’ Christmas tree farm, and being each other's safe haven, they wouldn't dream of crossing the line from friends to something more....
But when Nick comes home for the holidays after serving overseas and finds that his long-term girlfriend has decided to get her stocking stuffed elsewhere, Noel is there to pick him up and show him that instead of a Blue Christmas he can still have a Wonderful Christmastime without his cheating ex.
A night on the town and an impulsive kiss later has Noel thinking that perhaps this year they’ll be rockin’ around the Christmas tree as a couple, but only if the ghost - er rather - girlfriend of Nick's Christmas past doesn’t decide to haunt their holiday....
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|Listening Length||10 hours and 7 minutes|
|Narrator||Brooke Bloomingdale, Edward Thomas|
|Audible.com Release Date||November 24, 2020|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #176,367 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#13,068 in Contemporary Romance (Audible Books & Originals)
#92,537 in Contemporary Romance (Books)
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However, I found one major part of the plot/story to be cringe-inducing and that was Amber. Amber is Nick’s ex-girlfriend and Noel’s nemesis. This would have been fine except for she was so petty and kept resurfacing with over the top petty and conniving scenarios that detracted from the story and the characters as it brought out the worst in Noel. Amber was so juvenile and when I read her interactions with either Nick or Noel, it took away from the depth that they had. I would have preferred a toned-down version of Amber for creating drama, but this was a bit too much.
There is a decent amount of steamy/open door romance scenes in this one - FYI
- fake dating
- friends to lovers
- armed forces
- Christmas/holiday romance
- first love (sorta)