- File Size: 4937 KB
- Print Length: 785 pages
- Publisher: IndieWrites (October 10, 2017)
- Publication Date: October 10, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B073ZMMYL2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,881 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Heartwarming Holiday Wishes Kindle Edition
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One of my favorites in this set is The Christmas List, by Anna J. Stewart, one of my favorite authors. She starts out by introducing Clancy Gallagher, our hero. He will just about melt your heart – both as the hero AND as the administrator in a retirement home. The author gave him so much compassion and you can only hope that if one of your relatives was a ‘resident’ of a facility like this (he refused to call them ‘patients’), they would enjoy the warm familial atmosphere. A wonderful story about Clancy helping Hazel, niece of a beloved resident, listen to her heart…and along the way, he learns to do so as well. Loved it!
Next was Santa’s Secret Heart by Anna Adams. Emma and Mason have this story but it was Jamie that captured my heart – really loving story where both Emma and Mason discover “their hearts”! Okay, so there was a little Santa “misstep” by Mason but hey, he came through in the end!
And Merry Christmas Carol by Melinda Curtis brought me back to high school angst…but with two wonderful people, Carol and Mike, learning that old habits need to die hard. And that leaning on each other will be the way to make those changes. What a great lesson to learn, for both of them, at Christmas time!
In A Case For Christmas Magic by Amy Vastine, there’s whole lot of debunking going on…but not the kind you’d expect! Great story about Clara and Boyd; don’t miss it because it will give you Christmas thrills.
The Christmas List by Anna J. Stewart
Clancy has a heart of gold and he is determined to make sure that Hazel's first Christmas without her aunt is magical. I knew from the beginning that their story would be special. I was torn between reading it quickly because it was so good and reading it slowly to savor it.
Merry Christmas Carol by Melinda Curtis
Carol & Mike's story was so good. I especially liked the part where Mike was trying to get Carol to confess why she had a change of plans regarding her occupation. :)
Santa's Secret Heart by Anna Adams
I loved Mason & Emma's story! I was glad that they had a second chance at romance.
The temptation of a childhood crush! Included in the Heartwarming Holiday Wishes box set, Carol Ross brings us Gingerbread Girl, a sweet holiday novella about overcoming adversity to find your happily ever after! The characters are easy to like and the plot is both a seasonal delight, as well as a heartfelt story of reconnecting with loved ones. I really enjoyed it!
Architect Kinley Reed is keeping herself busy this holiday season! Not only is she overseeing the judging of the annual Gingerbread Dream Home competition, but she's also putting the finishing touches on her own design that she's hoping will finally take her to the level she's hoped to achieve with her career. She can't believe her horrible luck when her old nemesis returns to town and moves right on in to her niche in town!
Ian Mackey is back home from the big city to get his troubled teenage sister back under control and on the right path. He didn't get her opinion on the matter, but he plans to get his old friend and secret crush Kinley to take her under her wing and make sure everything stays on the up and up when he heads back home!