A Christmas Conspiracy by Reet Singh

41WEntQQVzLA Christmas Conspiracy by Reet Singh is one book I picked up from the Kindle Unlimited library and enjoyed.

The blurb:

Christmas has never been more complicated!

Goldie Gill works in a recruiting firm in Toronto and has had it with his mother’s single-minded desire to see him married off to a nice girl. Goldie has no wish to find himself a nice girl – he is perfectly happy living the life and hanging out with his cat, Billy.

It takes a chance encounter with a dusky, doe-eyed, scatter-brained beauty, just before Christmas, for Goldie to seriously reconsider his plans. But then, he learns that his meeting with the girl isn’t a happy coincidence – somebody has been meddling.

What is the conspiracy and how is Goldie going to get to the bottom of it considering that the girl has disappeared?

The story:

Goldie Gill, 32, works in a recruiting firm in Toronto and never bases his judgement on appearances at all but looks at work credentials and biodata followed by character references. And his mother, wants him to get married and is always on the lookout for a possible candidate which includes browsing dating sites. And he feels that he is perfectly capable of finding himself a partner if he needed one.

So when he is home for Christmas and when his mother mentions the word Marriage, he walks off to a café which sells horrible coffee to stay away from home. There, he meets a girl who is as irritated by the prospect of meeting a boy for matrimonial purpose as him.

My take:

This story is set in Toronto, Canada and is very warm and nice.

I loved Goldie’s mom the most and how she sets him up.

The language is simple and the story is fast paced.


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