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Saturday, December 19, 2020

InkSlinger PR Presents: Mall I Want For Christmas Is You by Sarah Robinson; #BlogTour, #ReleaseBlitz, #NowAvailable, #OutNow, #TBR, #Live, #Review

Mall I Want for Christmas is You, a sweet and sexy standalone holiday romance novella by Sarah Robinson, is available now!

Rating:  5 Stars
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Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book for review from InkSlinger PR and the author. I was not compensated nor was I required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am posting this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255:  "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising". 


About Mall I Want for Christmas is You:

From Bah Humbug to Santa Baby, this standalone holiday novella is full of ho, ho, oh no…
Single mom Chrissy Eve is struggling to make ends meet selling pretzels at the Yule Heights Shopping Mall. All this mama wants is a silent night, but when her seven-year-old asks the mall Santa to teach his mom to drive a sleigh, she finds herself in knots over the man in red. 

Dash Winters is the last person she needs pulling her reins. She has a son to think about and a “seasonal romance” with someone who gets paid to lie to kids once a year is not going to jolly her holly. 

But the more she gets to know the Santa with a six-pack, the more Chrissy realizes she can’t judge a book by its cover... or a Santa by his suit! 

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My Thoughts:

Dash gives me an impression of an unseasoned professional.  Not quite like the movies and that shows a spark of realism.  Chrissy shows some of the hard choices that single parents sometimes have to make – another show of realism. 


Loved how the author seemed to play with our main character’s names – very creative.  This whole story showcases her imagination and sense of humor.  I think that if you’ve never read her books before than you’ll find this a great introduction.  Especially if you like an author that gets you to laugh.  She also seems to have a devilish streak.  Even though there are plenty of laughs our author creates something unique and at times very serious.  It’s one last piece of realism that has a concept that might be interesting to some that have lived in the “system”. 


This was one instance where I hated seeing the Table of Contents.  It shows that our time is fleeting but it was great while it lasted – which is great at this time of year.  I have one question for Ms. Robinson though – will we have something similar for Easter? 

About the Author:

Sarah Robinson first started her writing career as a published poet in high school, and then continued in college, winning several poetry awards and being published in multiple local literary journals. 

Never expecting to make a career of it, a freelance writing Craigslist job accidentally introduced her to the world of book publishing. Lengthening her writing from poetry to novels, Robinson published her first book through a small press publisher, before moving into self-publishing, and then finally accepting a contract from Penguin Random House two years later. She continues to publish both traditionally and indie with over 18+ novels to her name with publishers like Penguin, Waterhouse Press, Hachette, and more.

In her personal life, Sarah Robinson is happily married to the gentle giant of her dreams and the duo recently welcomed to the world their first baby, Norah Grace. They have a home full of love, snuggly dogs and cats, and are happily living in Arlington, Virginia.

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