author: Danielle Garrett
series: Winter Witches of Holiday Haven #7
published: 7 July 2021
genre(s): romance, cozy mystery
source: Kindle Unlimited
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Lumi Northrop is having the best summer of her life. She’s earned the respect of the entire haven after her role in recovering Rudolph and saving Jack Frost, her family’s reindeer sanctuary is thriving, and she’s even got herself a date to the Summer Solstice Celebration.
Life is sweeter than a bowl full of jelly.
Right up until the beloved frost pixies start going full gremlins-after-midnight, wrecking havoc around the sanctuary, and threatening to invade the entire magical Christmas village.
With no clue as to their sudden shift in attitude, Lumi and her boyfriend, the Frost Prince, are forced to go out into the wild woods searching for answers—but there are dangers far greater than a band of feral pixies lurking in the ancient forest.
Can they save the pixies before they are lost forever? Grab your favorite beach towel and an iced cocoa with extra whipped cream, and dive into this sweet Summer Solstice story with magic, mystery, danger, and a pinch of romance!
This is the author’s second book in the series, following Reindeer Runes, which I also loved. Once again, we fall into the story of Lumi and Corbin, who are among my favorites in the Holiday Haven world. Lumi and her family have the sacred duty of caring for reindeer who have retired from service to the big man himself, Santa. And they are aided in that task by the frost pixies who live in the forest nearby. Corbin is the prince, second only to his older brother in line for the throne.
In this book, something is happening to the pixies. Normally, kind and sweet-tempered, they’ve become anything but. If that isn’t enough, a smarmy real estate agent is aggressively trying to coerce her family into selling part of the reindeer sanctuary. Things get out of control quickly, and it is up to Lumi and Corbin to figure it all out.
This series, and this book, are just fun to read and to get lost in!