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  • Some Stories To Remember, Others Not So Much

    These five stories definitely kept me entertained. However, a few I liked more than the others. Jill Shalvis' Dream a Little Dream (Rating: 5/5), was a winner for me. The chemistry and the events that transpired between hair salon owner Melissa and firefighter Ian were amazing. There was just the right amount of background provided that the story kept me engaged. Loved it! Kristen Ashley's Every Year (Rating: 3.5/5) was my least favourite. I did not like the fact that most of the story was told from a point of view. Readers who have read Tabitha "Tabby" Allen and Carter "Shy" Cage's story in Own The Winds, might enjoy this story a lot more. Not having the background, I couldn't connect with the characters as much. Hope Ramsey's Silent Night (Rating: 4/5) was a little cliché but heart warming nevertheless. Homeless single mother Maryanne wants a new start in Last Chance, South Carolina with her baby Joshua in tow. She is on the verge of losing hope when she meets lawyer Daniel, in whose barn she has found shelter. The story was great and enough background was given. It just moved a little too quickly for me towards a resolution. Molly Cannon's Have Yourself a Messy Little Christmas (Rating: 4.5/5) was really cute. Professional organizer Dinah is bubbly, sweet and bossy while accountant Lincoln is laid back, easy going and rather messy. This story was very light and again had just enough detail to give the reader's a good glimpse into the characters. I wasn't too impressed by the fact on how their chemistry developed and it is not shown that well. But the premise of the story was enjoyable. Marilyn Pappano's A Family for Christmas (Rating: 5/5) was just perfect. Pediatrician Jared has left New York City to set up practice in rural Oklahoma where he meets bubbly and vivacious Army widow Ileana and her infant son John. I loved the openness of Ileana. Jared's uncertainty was also greatly depicted. Again, there was enough background details for the reader to make all the connections. Also, the low simmering heat that was between Jared and Ileana was showed at every turn in the book. This was a great story with a superb ending! I will look for more books by this author. Overall a good book especially since they included the first chapter excerpts of all these author's larger books. This way you could decide as a reader if you wanted to read more from a particular author. Definitely worth the price.

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