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    330 pages of holiday excitement! Each story is interconnected, each written with each author's charm, dialogue, and their writing style. Perfect for a holiday romp through Recency Romance. Well written with a bit of humor, some suspense, mystery, a few surprises, and plenty of romance. CHARMED CHRISTMAS is a entertaining and interesting Recency Romance by some if my favorite authors. You will be hooked from the first page to the last. Deb Marlowe, Erica Monroe and Claire Delacroix, certainly know how to hold a captive audience! I loved everything about these masterfully and delightful holiday stories. A must read and keeper! I received a complimentary copy, however, all opinions are my own Rating: 5 Heat rating: Mild Reviewer: AprilR

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    Charmed at Christmas (Part of the "Christmas at Castle Keyvnor" series) Christmas at Castle Keyvnor is a collection of 4 books, each containing three novellas by different authors. The stories all take place in and around the notoriously haunted Castle Keyvnor during the Christmas season and the weddings of two of the Hambly sisters whom we met in "The Haunting of Castle Keyvnor" series (though you don't need to have read that collection to enjoy and appreciate this new anthology). The books can be read as stand alones and in any order, as all the stories take place concurrently. It's a charming device because while each story is complete unto itself, many of the same characters appear and reappear in each of the novellas, so we get to observe them in different circumstances. All the stories have a little (or a lot) of supernatural flavor, with ghosts, pixies, demons and the like either aiding or thwarting the main characters. Having a collection like this is as delightful as going to a Tapas bar and sampling fabulously prepared tidbits of food—the tastings make you want more! I definitely plan to seek out more works by some of the authors who I'd never read before. I thoroughly enjoyed each of the collections. Lord Locryn and the Pixie’s Kiss by Deb Marlowe Thistle, a mischievous, but helpful pixie, casts a spell upon Lord Locryn so that he will only kiss Gwyn, his one true love. When Morcom, a friend and hopeful paramour of Thistle misunderstands her interaction with Locryn, it appears that the two young lovers may not get together after all. This was a cute story, with misunderstanding and confusion reigning supreme. The Determined Duchess by Erica Monroe Felicity Fields is determined to use her knowledge of chemistry and alchemy to resurrect her beloved late guardian Margaret. When Margaret's nephew, Nicholas Harding, returns to the estate where Felicity resides and becomes her guardian, she is rightfully fearful that he will stop her research and she will lose her window to resurrect the one person in her life who truly understood and loved her, eccentric ways and all. To both Felicity and Nicholas's surprise, more sparks fly than are created in Felicity's laboratory. A Duke By Any Other Name by Claire Delacroix A disguised Alexander, Duke of Inverfyre, travels to the town of Bocka Morrow, near Castle Kevnor on the trail of a notorious jewel thief. He is completely enthralled with Daphne when they meet en route, but his foppish disguise and serious quest allow him no opportunity to further the acquaintance. Daphne, for her part, is attracted to him despite his appearance, and unwittingly gets caught up in his investigation. A mysterious blooming plant plays a crucial part in the story, and allows for the inevitable HEA. A delightful, well written story with enough intrigue to keep the reader guessing. A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book and my comments here are my honest opinion.

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