Kitty’s Christmas Hope is book number three of the Dreams Come True series, but it stands alone. It’s a short and sweet, heartwarming holiday story. It was fun to watch the main character’s relationship seesaw back and forth, and wonder if and when they ever would get around to admitting their true feelings for one another. The characters are true, believable, and the story itself is well written. It’s nice to see a great friendship blossom into something much more. I love a good holiday story, and the author gives us one with Kitty’s Christmas Hope.
Kitty and Aaron have always been the very best of friends. Secretly though, Kitty has always loved him and hoped that their relationship would develop into more than just friends. When Aaron asks her to help him plan the perfect date, she agrees, even though the thought of Aaron with another woman tears her up inside. After all, she loves him and wants him to be happy. After some miscommunication and misunderstandings, Kitty decides to end the relationship. Can the couple finally get on the same page before Christmas?
Kitty Skinner meets the perfect guy, he's kind, considerate and sexy as hell. She hopes to spend her favorite holiday with him, Christmas Eve. The only problem is, Aaron treats her like his best friend, not the girlfriend she dreams of being. To make matters worse he’s found his perfect girl and wants Kitty to help plan their first date.
Aaron Tyler thinks Kitty is sweet, talented and someone he can settle down with, but believes he has to deceive her into believing he cares for someone else to win her heart.
Nothing goes as planned when one mishap after another prevents them from admitting their true feelings.