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    Lots of stories

    I enjoyed reading the stories by the different authors. Great mixture of styles.
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    The magic stocking series a little too much of a fairy tale and others no magination

    Just another series of typical romance and no substance
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    Charming Stories from My Favorite Fictional Place!

    *Note, this review is for Once Upon A Thanksgiving, Once Upon A Christmas, and Once Upon A New Year’s Eve, which are three of the 15 novellas in this box set. I got started on the Christmas Town stories a couple years ago and they have been my favorites of all the holiday books that come out this time of year. I love the idea of different authors connecting their stories by a common family, place, or event. In this case, the authors are connecting their stories through a common place: Christmas Town, Maine. The novellas I read were about three former college roommates who decide to go into business together in Christmas Town. Lacey, Charlotte, and Gavin are building their design company, Boxes and Boughs, from scratch and are hoping to help clients with their holiday decorating needs. However, they’re not sure that they can generate enough income to keep them afloat throughout the rest of the year, leaving them wondering how permanent this new business venture will be. Once Upon A Thanksgiving When Lacey takes on the Hume family as clients, she definitely gets more than she bargained for. Not only has she had to go head-to-head with her clients’ handsome but stubborn grandson multiple times, but Chris and Lily Hume want some of the tackiest decorations known to man to grace their front lawn. Can Lacey honor her clients’ wishes while still keeping Boxes and Boughs’ reputation intact? Once Upon A Christmas Charlotte agrees to take two children who are grieving the loss of their mother on as clients, vowing to give them the best Christmas she can. However, that proves to be a little difficult when their well-meaning, but completely out-of-touch-with-reality uncle gets in the way. Can Charlotte give Addison and Wesley the type of Christmas they so desperately need? And can she fight her growing attraction to their nerdy but incredibly cute Uncle Grant? Once Upon A New Year’s Eve Gavin is still grieving the death of his best friend and is feeling stifled in Christmas Town. While he and his business partners have had a very successful holiday season with their business, he’s feeling increasingly more restless. It doesn’t help that the beautiful new veterinarian in town makes him uncomfortable with her spot-on observations about his secret intent to pack up and leave. Will this new business venture be enough for him? Or will the excitement of his former life be too strong and pull him back? I thoroughly enjoyed this set of novellas. I have loved reading about Christmas Town for the last couple years and was so excited to read about more of the characters from that charming little place! I thought this was a great set and I breezed through it in no time. I really enjoyed getting to know each of the different characters and their love interests. The chemistry was sizzling in all three stories, but was kept very clean, which I appreciate. Honestly, you can’t beat the price of this set of 15 novellas! I pre-ordered mine right away! I promise that you’ll love this box set and am willing to bet that you’ll fall in love with the characters of Christmas Town just like I have! I highly recommend this set! (I received an ARC in exchange for a fair and honest review. However, I have also purchased the box set. All of the above opinions are entirely my own.)
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    A Heartwarming Holiday

    Loved the stories about the connected people in this town, which are written by different authors.
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    Heartwarming Sweethearts A Heartwarming Holidy

    The series, set in Christmas City, Maine Is full of everything you would wish for a holiday. I was able to read the storys in NUTCRACKER Sweethearts. 1Thanksgiving Duet by Dana Mentink, 2Christmas Curtain Call by Roz Denny Fox, 3Set for New Year’s by Amie Denman
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