Olive had a major crush on Hank in high school. She was the too-smart, slightly chubby girl who gawked as Hank ran track and made all the cheerleaders swoon. After high school, the two went their separate ways. Olive opened a yoga studio and swore off sweets while Hank traveled the world. No problem, right? At least there wasn’t a problem until Hank moved back to town and opened a candy shop across the street from Olive’s studio. Now, Olive will do everything she can to shut her old crush down. But Hank has other plans, and all of them end with an Olive sundae.
Their is nothing like a great Christmas story but when it's a Celia Aarons read then that is a gift in itself.
Christmas Candy is a holiday novella about two people having a second chance at love. Olive owns a yoga studio and is bothered by the fact that a candy shop across from her studio is opened and owned by Hank, her high school crush. Olive infuriated me with her stubbornness to close down Hank's shop. She is a smart woman but her insecurities will try and push away the only guy she ever really wanted.
Hank puts a smile on my face just thinking about him, he is just as sweet as his candy.
He has always wanted Olive but obstacles got in the way, now she is right in front of him everyday and he will do whatever it takes to get what he wants, but will he be able to convince Olive that his sweets are worth the risk?
Christmas Candy will leave a smile on your face and will be the perfect treat to satisfy your sweet tooth. I 5 Star loved it!
Author’s Note: This is a sweet Christmas treat that will leave you satisfied, yet desperate for a little taste of sugar.