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Wrapped With A Bow: Nine Holiday Short Stories as Unique as Snowflakes by [Lane, Aubree, Hargrave, R.E., Medler, Ella, MacFarlane, Cherime, Jacobey, Samantha, Gwynn, Michele E., Bryan Yarbrough, Jennifer, Riggs, Teri, Barbo, Holly]
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  • File Size: 1691 KB
  • Print Length: 496 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Paper Gold Publishing Ltd (November 18, 2015)
  • Publication Date: November 18, 2015
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0187NPMF4
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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The Kissing Ball by Aubree Lane

I enjoyed this book very much, a very quick read. Melissa is asked to provide mistletoe decorations for the town Christmas Ball. Needing help with the decorations she employs people from the Autistic daycare. Then she finds out the man that hired her doesn't plan on paying her. To find out what happens next you will need to read the book.

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I was give an ARC of Samantha Jacobey's Christmas Candy to read. This book is well written, keeps your attention from the first page to the last page.
I enjoyed this book very much, a very quick read. Melissa is asked to provide mistletoe decorations for the town Christmas Ball. Needing help with the decorations she employs people from the Autistic daycare. Then she finds out the man that hired her doesn't plan on paying her. To find out what happens next you will need to read the book.
The main character is named Candy, a single mother with a special needs son, who also lives with her widowed mother. Candy works the night shift in a convenience store. Gary is a fireman, stationed near the convenience store and becomes friends with Candy. The friendship is strained after Gary asks Candy for a date. She refuses his advances because he works in a professional she considers dangerous. Her father was a policeman who was killed in the line of duty and she feels this could happen to anyone who works in a dangerous job.

Candy's apartment is destroyed by fire, her son Dakota and her mother are hospitalized. Gary recognized her son when he saved him from the apartment. Find out how Gary & Candy' s friendship
This contains 9 books by 9 great authors.
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In this collection there are nine holiday short stories that run the gamut of emotions from heartache to hope. The one commonality for me is the strength of the human spirit. Below I will list the title of the short story and follow it by the star rating that I assigned. Then, a brief synopsis of my takeaway from each one of the nine. For me, all of them stress the positive side of human nature and revolve around a Christmas theme.

'The Kissing Ball' 5 stars - This story accentuates the fact that autistic adults get aged out of our system. How sad is this when we think about the consequences to the families? It makes the reader think about the manner in which we should be assisting those that need our help. The author also details how we should treat those with autism. Poignant story that willl tug at one's heart strings. The title for my review is "Patience/Kindness/Gentle Persuasion". Most highly recommended.

'Sugar and Spice' - 4 stars - Lacey Harrison is a single mom and with the help of the residents of the Royal Hills Nursing Home is able to purchase her own bakery shop. The residents also babysit her daughter, Candace who is a precocious 9 year old! A hurricane came through the town of Union, SC, and everyone worked together to rebuild. The title for my review is "Cupcake" - a nickname that Trent bestowed upon Lacey! Highly recommended.

'Frozen Heart' - 4 stars - Khira is staying with her Grandmother over the Christmas holiday. And, she is somewhat annoyed by the fact that there is not any cell service! Dodo the cat provides the impetus for more excitement than Khira ever imagined when he knocks a Christmas ball off the tree.
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This was a great collection of stories by great authors. I loved reading all the stories and recommend this book to everyone.

The Kissing Bell was an amazing story of perseverance and determination.
Sugar & Spice was a great story about finding love for two great people.
Frozen Heart was a great story about love and trust.
A White Cat for Christmas was a great story about love and determination to save an animal. It also shows how things can happen for two great people.
Christmas Candy was a great story abut what can happen if you open your heart for love.
Sophie's Wish was a story of love and compassion.
Christmas for Faith was a story that proves that proves although we may have bad things happen in life, we can have great things happen to us.
True Love Never Dies is a story of love and just what love can do for us.
A Crystal Snowflake was a great story about what the characters would do to help people especially their friends.
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I'm working my way through these awesome holiday stories! I've finished The Kissing Ball, so here is my review on that...
The Kissing Ball is one of those books that just makes you feel good. From the very beginning, I was sucked in by each of the well-developed characters. Melissa Ellison, aka Melissa-toe was is the plant business. She got an offer she couldn't refuse to produce mistletoe decorations for the town Christmas dance. This could be her chance to grow her new business. Little did she know that the sinister and conniving Cooper just may be the evil grinch. Enter the handsome Ryder, a blast from Melissa's past. With his help, she is able to pull off the production of the plethora of mistletoe decorations she's been hired to 'whip up'. The best part of this wonderful holiday story is the group she hires to help her out. It's a mutually beneficial relationship. They help her, she's helping them. The whole premise of it is brilliant! I learned a lot about a group of challenged people who are quite amazing in their own right. With the kids from One in One-Fifty, Melissa is set to meet her deadline. Will there be a wrench thrown though? Will the dance go on? Is Ryder keeping a secret?
You'll have to read to find out, but I will tell you that if you love a heartwarming romance story, The Kissing Ball is for you. It warmed my heart and made me smile like fresh baked cookies at Christmas.
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