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    Historical Holiday Romances

    A Very Wicked Christmas Anthology Six Steamy Historical Romances The Christmas Affair by Heather Boyd: One of my favorite stories in the anthology. Amy was a wonderfully resilient woman. Parker Cabot was a tenderhearted man who took her in and in so doing perhaps saved them both. (5 stars) Love at First Dance by Barbara Monajem: With a touch of the paranormal this was a story that I tended to skim wondering if perhaps it is part of a series. (3 stars) Joy to the Earl by Nicola Davidson: Another favorite in this anthology. Jack and Rosalind were so wonderful together and I hoped that they would find their HEA because they so deserved it. This one made me smile. Mistletoe and the Marquess by Wendy Vella: Duty versus love. Saving family versus personal happiness. Those are questions Jemma Partridge asks herself as she faces marriage to someone she does not love. Can she find a way out and if so will it provide a HEA? (3 stars) Lord Misrule by Donna Cummings: Spending a fortnight with a rake might provide all the information about loving that Lady Juliana desires BUT can she and Nicholas Blaise find more in one another’s arms that a short affair? The Glittering Prize by Beverley Oakley: The most complex story of the anthology. Jemima Percy spends a year of her life in a way she would never have imagined and in spite of all she endures it does not break her. Whether or not she will be able to avenge her father’s death, solve a puzzle and find true love is all at stake in this story (4 Stars) With over six hundred pages of fun reading this book is definitely worth the price. Thank you to NetGalley and LLD Press for the copy of this anthology. This is my honest review.
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    A very wicked Christmas anthology

    A good mix of stories each one draws you in and makes you feel a part of the drama of the tale. Well worth the money.
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    ... brings the heat to chase away the bite.

    Whether looking for excitement, chill or someday wickedly naughty thrills A Very Wicked Christmas has a lot to offer. Beverley Oakley brings on the action with the cat and mouse suspense of The Glittering Prize. Wendy Villa and Donna Cummings kick the temperature level up a notch with the scandalous liaisons of the ton. Heather Boyd and Barbara Monajem deliver sensual pleasure in surprising packages. Nicolas Davidson proves that good things come to those who wait in her story of mysteries and scintillating romance. To heat up the cool winter nights, A Very Wicked Christmas brings the heat to chase away the bite.

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