Book Review: Grounded for Christmas by Savannah J. Frierson

Grounded for ChristmasGrounded for Christmas by Savannah J. Frierson

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Joseph, a commercial airline pilot, and Mary, a STEM heroine(!), “run into each other” on a flight that gets grounded due to bad weather and have to share a place to wait out the storm. (Come on now, you gotta love it.) Shenanigans ensue.

This was a fun little read. It features my dream heroine—a STEM badass who will not be treated like a doormat. It also involves a kind of second chance romance, a favorite trope of mine.

I was impressed by the writing. Despite the limited space, the story is well paced. It’s clear from the beginning that the two MCs have feelings for each other, but each of them has a lot to process before they can make it work. The author adeptly conveys all of this. I especially enjoyed seeing Mary’s internal arc.

Just delightful.

*An eARC was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.*

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