Review: Christmas of White

Christmas of White

The Bright Series #3

by K D Elizabeth

It’s three days now that the boy hasn’t worn a winter coat.
As his teacher, it’s my job to make sure he’s safe.
But after multiple calls to his family’s phone number, I still haven’t made contact.

So I take him home myself.
Big mistake.
Because one little problem?

Cole’s father is single.
And outrageously tall.
And wickedly broad-shouldered.

But Buck Hayes is NOT happy I’ve brought his son home to him.
At all.

Too bad for him, I don’t care.
Too bad for me, I have a car accident after we fight about his son.
Too bad for us, I’m now staying at their house for the weekend.

… Right?
Christmas of White is a steamy standalone, enemies-to-lovers, single dad romance. It’s not necessary to read the other books before this one.


4 out of 5

Christmas of White is the holiday cheer 2020 needs. A cute boy, a hot dad, and a sweet teacher, what more could you want for Christmas? It can be really hard to open your heart after being hurt, but Cole and a snowstorm might be just the push Buck and Julia need. If you want to know what happens when they find themselves together, waiting out the weather, you’ll have to curl up with a cup of cocoa and this book. A great way to get yourself into the holiday spirit.



About the Author

K.D. Elizabeth is the owner of the popular Bookified Etsy store, which sells love letters from fictional characters to customers all over the world. She splits her time between Pennsylvania and New Hampshire (which has the best lobstah rolls EVER) and has traveled to over twenty countries.