Reviewed by Becca
TITLE: A Perfect Christmas
SERIES: The Den & Wolf’s Mate Series
AUTHOR: Kiki Burrelli
PUBLISHER: Self Published
LENGTH: 70 Pages
RELEASE DATE: November 20, 2017
How many alphas does it take to set up a Christmas tree? Conner is going to find out.
He has vowed to give his mate, Pippen, one perfect Christmas. His first perfect Christmas. Conner has the entire pack behind him to help so it should be easy…right?
Farley is excited to help, it will give him a chance to ignore how his second pregnancy isn’t going quite as well as his first. He should be happy with sugar plums and fairies dancing in his head, instead, he’s stuck thinking he isn’t good enough and isn’t working hard enough to be a good enough mate for his alpha, Oscar.
As if things in The Den weren’t hectic enough while they prepare for Christmas an angry neighboring pack returns with more than mistletoe on their minds.
Oh. My. Gah. I was super excited when I saw this book come out. I was even more excited when I got the chance to read and review it. I was SUPER DUPER excited when one of the main characters highlighted was my favorite, sweet Farley. That just made my day. And being that the book was awesome just made it even better.
Conner is determined to give Pippen the Christmas he has never had. That perfect moment. The perfect memory. Everyone is trying to help get everything decorated and all the presents and trying to get the Christmas spirit going. Even sweet, pregnant Farley. But for some reason Farley is having a bit of a harder time with this pregnancy, and it’s making him a little cranky and he’s doubting himself again. He doesn’t feel he’s the perfect mate for Oscar and he’s so sad. On top of all this, the neighboring pack they had a misunderstanding with, has decided that things weren’t cleared up and they are causing major problems. Attacking people while they are out and trying to take over the Den.
Oh my beautiful Farley. I don’t know what it is about him, well yeah I do. He’s just perfect. He gets so upset that he’s not ripped like everyone else and that his body type isn’t like everyone else, but everyone, especially Oscar tells him he is perfect as he is. And I so agree. He is incredibly sweet, loyal, always there for everyone, and just an all around great person, in spite of his insecurities. Oscar does everything is his power as his mate to show Farley that what he sees in himself is not what everyone else sees. And I love when it starts finally sinking in a little. He opens up and lets his guard down and is so beautiful it’s breathtaking. He’s the person you want to be around all the time.
I adore what Conner is trying to do for Pippen in this book too. When he found out that Pippen had never had a Christmas, he made it his life goal to make one for his mate. But everything seems to keep going wrong and Conner is so disappointed and depressed. Pippen keeps insisting he doesn’t need all of it, but Conner just wanted him to have that magic of the holiday. It’s so heartwarming to see the lengths Conner will go for Pippen. And how much love there is between them. Being mates and mated, just makes everything better.
If you’ve read these series, you definitely want to read this one. It brings out all the boys and their mates for a wonderful reunion, despite the neighboring idiotic pack and their crap. It’s a wonderful holiday book, to remind you of love, hope, and a little Christmas magic to make a surprise at the end all better. I’m so glad I got to see these boys again and thank you to the author for giving me my sweet Farley.