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    A perfect blend of snow and romance

    Three delightful small town romances, Kiss Me Under the Mistletoe touches all the right notes for Christmas. In Home for Christmas by Christine Kingsley, Noelle returns to her family ranch and finds that her first love Finn is working there as the foreman. However, there are secrets being kept and her grandmother has some surprises up her sleeve, which leave Noelle and her sisters floundering. When Noelle expresses her innermost thoughts to Finn, he realises that the reasons for driving her off all those years before may have been an unwise move. It is up now up to him to persuade Noelle that they do have a future together. In Iris Morland’s Let it Snow, Police Officer Matthew finds Holly on the side of the road with a flat tyre in the middle of a snow storm. He does the only thing he can for her under the circumstances, which is to take her home to the safety of his own house. At first Holly appears to be a light-hearted, free spirited sprite, but Matthew comes to realise that she is hiding secrets. As the truth comes tumbling out, Matthew takes measures to protect Holly, but even his best is not good enough. Holly once more finds herself in danger and it is touch and go whether or not Matthew will find her in time. In Blizzard of Love by Erin Wright, Luke and Bonnie's initial meeting is hilarious and a real ice breaker, snow and ice being the defining factor of this book. The connection between them is palpable in the fish bowl setting with three other people present. When a storm downs the electricity, the small group of people are forced to share a room to preserve heat and candle light. Luke is so certain that he will never marry, certainly not to a city dweller, and makes his feelings clear. Disappointed, Bonnie accepts his verdict and when the snow clears, leaves the farm with a heavy heart. All three books in this anthology are well written with a good flow of language and interesting story lines. The heroes are the kind one dreams of and the heroines are strong-minded woman who may well want a man in their lives, but cope quite well on their own. These are clean holiday romances that I found refreshing. I received a copy of this box set as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.
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    Holiday romance at its best!

    This was a wonderful way to get in the Christmas season this year. All three stories take you into a wonderful dream of a beautiful white Christmas with the added bonus of true love. Home for Christmas: Finn and Noelle by Christine Kingsley This is a wonderful second chance romance story (my favorite type). Silver Acres is a beautiful holiday place to visit and just pulled me into a story about childhood love and the pains of growing up to venture into the outside world only to realize that home is where you left your heart. Love every heart warming moment. Let It Snow by Iris Morland Matt and Holly are such opposites that you just know they belong together (balance and all that). Also love visiting this sleepy little area that seams to become their own little heaven. Until the past comes crashing in on them giving them a chance to see just how strong their love can be. Loved the small twist of action. Blizzard of Love by Erin Wright "Will they make it through the Storm of the Century? Can the magic of mistletoe tear down the barriers between them?" Very good questions both of them (don't want to give away the answers but they are fun to read) Luke so needed to get out of a funk that was making him feel 50 vs his actual 26 years. Bonnie was missing her family and looking to find her usual love for Christmas time. These two are so fun to read and loved the descriptions of Long Valley. This story makes be desperate to read the first book to get the story behind Stetson Miller and Jennifer. Looking forward to more from all three of these wonderful winter wonderlands....

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