- File Size: 4623 KB
- Print Length: 444 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Winter Wedding Press (November 3, 2015)
- Publication Date: November 3, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01419Q1EO
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,315 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Christmas Magic: The Complete Holiday Brides Series (Books 1 - 5) Kindle Edition
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The Christmas Catch -
The main woman is a single mom named Christine who has lost the belief in Christmas after passed away leaving her to raise their young son alone. Her friend tells her to take time off and take her son Tyler to Vermont for the holiday and try to recharge her batteries. While she and Tyler are in Vermont she meets John and both Christine and John get more than they bargained for.
I found The Christmas Catch to be a wonderful Christmas story with some heartache and dreams. It was a nice read.
The Holiday Bride-
Lucy was a waitress engaged to a man who really had no time for her or anything else in his life so when she falls and gets amnesia is it any wonder she was in no hurry to find him or anything to do with her old life? It just happened to be that the family that she “
woke up to” had a little girl who had wished for a mommy for Christmas and well, the rest was Christmas Magic.
The Holiday Bride was a bit suspenseful since Lucy had developed amnesia and had no clue who she really was. It had enough love and heartache too to keep you wanting everything to work out in the end.
Mistletoe In Maine -
A single, divorced mom working too hard to make up for a father who never keeps his promise of being there and the fact that money is a problem for the holidays, somehow tells her 2 kids that they will be going to a lodge in Maine for the holidays. Luckily for her it not only works out that they enjoyed their stay, her daughter sees the moose shes after, but the mom falls in love while shes there!
Mistletoe In Maine is one of those Christmas stories that gives divorced moms the hope that there is love out there again.
Beach Blanket Santa -
Two people with a past end up at the same cabin on the coast for one stormy Christmas week. Since theres no way off the coast but the ferry (and its down until further notice) what are they to do but actually get to know one another this time? Will they actually learn that they can't live without one another or when the ferry is usable again will one leave the other behind for good this time?
Baby, Be Mine -
A will stating that you have to get married within 2 months, what do you do? Help your best friend that you've been in love with since you were kids find a husband is the most logical choice right? Follow the story as Jack helps Nikki find a match so that she can collect the money from her Aunt's will based on the 2 stipulations put in there. Will Nikki ever realize though that Jack has been in love with her from the start?
My personal favorite is Baby, Be Mine. I loved that it was a little twist on unrequited love. I like the characters so much in this novella. Each added their own dimension. Nicki and Jack are fun together. I especially love the epilogue on this one. Individually it would get 5 Stars. My overall rating is combining the score of all of the stories.
Content: PG-13, quite a bit of innuendo and lusting, mild language, no violence, all fade to black or behind door relationships.
Source: ARC - Thanks Ginny
Of the five, my favorite for hilarity has to be the second tale – ‘The Holiday Bride’. This one had me laughing out loud, and I would not have been at all surprised if the Keystone Kops had shown up ... it’s a slapstick comedy that begs to be turned into a made-for-TV movie.
My favorite for romance? That has to be book number four – ‘Beach Blanket Santa’. Sweet and romantic and so very lovely in its conclusion (book number five is a close runner-up ... clever plot and a rooted-for HEA).
I recommend this collection to all those who want to have a good read. I was provided an ARC in exchange for an honest review.