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Mistletoe Kisses & Christmas Wishes Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B01LZARJQD
- Publication date : November 25, 2016
- Language : English
- File size : 7288 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 258 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #701,528 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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And wow! What a stirring prologue - I can envision this scene in Iraq perfectly.
Somehow, Luke finally managed to wedge the cockpit open, and when he reached inside to pull Zach out, Jason held back the burning cockpit door. He felt a blistering pain in his hand, but he was more concerned about what was happening inside the plane. Zach’s flesh appeared to be on fire, and Jason did what he could to assist Luke with pulling Zach out while propping up the door.
And later -
Jason’s vision unexpectedly went dim, as one of his men approached, and stared at him with apparent concern. “Sir, we need to get you over to the medics.” It was then that Jason realized he was bleeding, and looked down at his left hand. What hand? He stared dumbly at the mangled, bloody mass of bones he’d used to prop open the cockpit door. And then his mind abruptly went blank, as he collapsed onto the ground.
It’s truly poignant when the author returns to the past to share the moment when Jason and Kat fell in love-Jason grinned. Kat looked so cute with her eyes closed and her head tipped upward, waiting for the kiss. He was a little nervous himself when he lightly laid his lips over hers.
“Oh, that’s so good.” he whispered against her mouth, moments later, when she’d finally relaxed.
Kat laughed softly, with her mouth still pressed against his.
He couldn’t understand it. Everything about her in his arms just felt so right. He’d been kissing girls for a pretty long time now, but what was it about this girl that made their kiss extraordinary?
Kat was like magic, he decided, nuzzling his face against hers. He simply held her in his arms, because all he really wanted to do, deep down, was to be with her.
If you’re looking for exceptionally well-written military romance that’s both stirring and emotional, as well as very romantic, I would highly recommend Tamara Ferguson’s multi-award winning series. Two Hearts’ Christmas Wish is a beautiful 4th addition to the already 3 time Readers’ Favorite Book Award Winning Series.
A PRICKLY CHRISTMAS KISS
This was an adorable romantic comedy. I enjoyed the Christmas twist with Elf and Rudi, with his big red nose, as well as the cute little cat named Sue, (named after the Johnny Cash song), who was nudging the romance along through the entire story, despite their continual bickering.
This story definitely brought a smile to my face, and it's a delightful romance fitting for just about any age group.
I Can't remember who told me about this book , Whoever it was I am very thankful, Romance is my favorite genre I mostly lean towards Scottish historical's, But from the suggestion i gave it a whorl being that is was a Christmas theme i thought it was appropriate for this time of year. These stories are Funny & Heartwarming
MISTLETOE KISSES was beautiful full of romance learning to trust with the help of some wonderful friends & family A very magical cat
Happiness can be achieved. Elf & Rudi were the perfect match once they stoped being stubborn & open their heart's Not all Men & women are the same.
I simply adored this story even the names of the characters & the small town, were perfect match.
CHRISTMAS WISHES is part of the wounded warrior series,
It's about friends & family coming together with love & to share the magic at Christmas time,
Even with the passage of time, Or the Challenge's life throws your way With an open heart a little Love & understanding help of a few friend's Love will always win. Jason & Kat were Magical
Excited to read About Luke & Kelly in Two Hearts Surrendered
Top reviews from other countries
Abbott's novelette is fun, engaging and cleverly written, and it is easy to see why this writer has built up a loyal following. Her writing style is perfect for the genre, her ability as a storyteller undoubted. I have no hesitation in awarding five stars.
TWO HEART'S CHRISTMAS WISH by Tamara Ferguson is an entirely different proposition. The story starts with a bang, literally, as the male lead is scarred, both physically and mentally, by the horror of war. Then we rewind a couple of decades and learn about Jason as a young man, the fateful summer he spends with Kat and the following Christmas, when they shared their first kiss. Fast forward to the future again, and recovering wounded warrior Jason gets the chance to rekindle his romance with Kat.
Tamara's piece lacks the comedic qualities of Allison's, but this is compensated by emotional investment. The tragedies suffered by Jason and his peers are all too real, and their stories are told with sensitivity. This tale is perfect for fans of wounded warrior romantic fiction in particular, and romance lovers in general. It also deserves five stars.
MISTLETOE KISSES AND CHRISTMAS WISHES is a wonderful collaboration, and it would make an excellent Christmas gift.
The first story in the book was a cute Christmas story. Everything and everyone had a name association with Christmas. The setting was perfect for a romance, a remote cabin in the snow, and there was some magical stuff going on (in particular, to do with the cat) but I just felt that the romance itself was a bit lacking. The hero was a bit late to the party in my opinion. I would probably give this story a 3 and a half.