Top positive review
Really good sweet romances
Reviewed in the United States on October 21, 2018
This was such a good book. If you are looking for something with sweet romance in it, then this is the book that you need. I had read two of the authors before but the other four were new to me so I didn’t know what to expect. They all proved to be worthy of this holiday book.
Nick: A Christmas Fantasy by DF Jones gives us an interesting story about Nick, who just happens to be the son of Santa Claus. He needs to find his Mrs. Claus before his father retires. This was so good and kind of scary when it looks like the gift of giving is almost over with. Great storyline.
It’s a Wonderful Life After All by Allie Marie has Clara Bell D’Angelo trying to earn her wings. This is her 2nd chance and nobody gets a 3rd chance. I was on the edge of my seat as she went through everything she had to do. The way the book starts out doesn’t give Mary and George much of a chance of getting together. This carried me back to the beautiful Christmas story of It’s a Wonderful Life.
Christmas Kiss by Laura Haley-McNeil starts with us meeting Vera as she decorates her grandmother’s house. Then we meet Darroch, who thinks he’s been left her grandmother’s house in the will. This had me in tears at one point. I had never read anything by this author but I’m glad to say that she wrote a really good story and I will be getting more of her books.
Poinsettias by Ana Morgan is a 2nd chance romance and was so very good. Neely has left her job in New York to help her dad after he has surgery. She meets up with Justin, her high school love. The tension between them isn’t good but she is there to help with her father’s nursery and floral shop. Then something tragic happens and Neely and Justin have to work together. This was such a great story.
Picture Perfect Christmas by Laura Ann introduces us to Nixon who is in love with his old friend, Emma. He’s going to give it one more shot and then he’s done. I laughed at the way he was going to do this and wished him all the luck in the world. His desperate try is so funny. You definitely need to read this story and find out what he did.
A Medieval Christmas by Lane McFarland is a really good historical set back in Scotland back in 1303. We meet Morna whose brother is determined to have her married to someone who can help their clan. But she meets up Kendrick, who is just a Captain in the Clan. The things these two go through and then to have her brother refuse because he was just a Captain and not Laird. I got so mad! The chemistry between these two will have you either cussing her brother, trying to throw the book against the wall or doing both!
I loved these stories! So go get the book and you’ll love them, too.