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Two Exes. One holiday adventure.

Merry Ex-Mas?

Seventeen-year-old Lila Beckwith's parents just left for vacation, and Lila's all set to throw the holiday party of the season. But when her Christmas-obsessed little brother, Cooper, discovers that global warming is melting the North Pole, he and his best friend, Tyler, take off on a runaway mission to save Santa.

Lila has to get Cooper safely home before her parents get back on Christmas Eve. But the only person who can help her is Tyler's older brother, Beau -- a.k.a. Lila's musician, anti-everything ex-boyfriend.

It'll take more than a Christmas miracle for Lila and Beau to overcome their differences and find their fugitive brothers. But could a journey destined for disaster help these polar opposites fall in love...all over again?

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    Weak and disappointing

    I picked this book up because I needed a book about Christmas or at the very least a Christmas-related theme for a Reading Marathon. The book cover was somewhat appealing and simple, which I liked it. But... this book was incredibly weak and disappointing. I don't even know what I was expecting of Ex-mas, because I really didn't know anything about the author or the story, like I said just picked this book up due to the Christmas vibe. All the characters were stereotypes, they weren't properly developed. I couldn't empathise with any of them. To be honest, the only character who I liked and felt something towards to was Cooper, the eight-year-old Lila's brother. Everything was predictable in a way which was horrifically annoying. It's one of those books, which in a few days if someone asks me what's the story about, I will not be capable of remember a thing to say.


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