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    Great stories by my favourite writers

    Christmas in Kilts is a delightful compendium of Christmas stories, all involving handsome Scots and feisty maidens, by the best of historical romance writers. A Highlander’s Hope by Terri Brisbin takes one by surprise as a lonely man decides to satisfy the requirements being placed on him to remarry by choosing the village harlot. This story touches the heart and I found myself rooting for Robena as Iain stood up to those in authority. Lecia Cornwall’s A Highland Christmas Wager had shades of light and dark as Meggie is forced to seek refuge from the one person she cannot trust. I felt her indignity when she discovers the wager that had been placed and was charmed by the outcome. Bronwen Evans is always a favourite of mine and I will read just about anything written by her. However A Scot for Christmas touched me as all her books do, as a heart sore Emma humbles herself to request Dougray’s help in solving a problem. There are other factors at play which neither party is aware of, and ultimately I was worried that the romance would not work out. However, neither Emma nor Dougray could deny their feelings for each other and I cheered Ms Evans once again. Left Over Mistletoe by Lavinia Kent had me smiling at the interaction between Emma and Barran. They were both tricked by people they should have trusted, which resulted in an unlikely alliance. There was humour and some pathos as the two sorted through the problems they have acquired. I loved Emma’s willingness to become self-sufficient under difficult circumstances and despite being something of a rogue, Barran is actually a charming gentleman. Sweet Home Highland Christmas by May McGoldrick had me laughing out loud at Ella’s antics and precocious behaviour, but despite the child’s outspoken manner she was nevertheless charming. Freya’s willingness to do anything to keep custody of her niece wins the reader’s respect, and Gregory is the hero we all want in our lives. Combined, this anthology of stories touch the heart and leave one with a warm feeling. I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.
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    Love a Highlander in a Kilt!

    There's stories I loved, some I like, then one I didn't like at all. A Highlander's Hope- wasn't my cup of tea at all. I prefer stories that have a confirmed HEA with Everyone happy in the end (except the bad guy) and to me this one just didn't deliver on that. I enjoyed reading it until that point. A Highlanders Christmas Wager- I really enjoyed. The story gave some background as it went on why the heroine felt the way she did and how she grew past those feelings was fun to watch. Her Grandmother was just the right touch. I loved how this turned out in the end! A Scot for Christmas - was my favorite in the bunch. I love a strong heroine who knows exactly what she wants and isn't going to stop til she gets it! Leftover Mistletoe - was a new to me author and I really liked her story. I normally don't like what I would consider a weak heroine, but this one was truly likeable and sweet in that she wasn't helpless, she just didn't know how/what she was doing, yet she still tried. She may have been innocent but her thought process was great! Sweet Home Highland Christmas - what can I say, I LOVED Ella (the child)! It was fun watching how the H/h felt the instant attraction and how they both handled it while dealing with an extremely strong willed and voiced child. The ending was especially hilarious! I received an ARC from NetGalley and these are my thoughts on the book!
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    Historical Scottish Holiday Anthology

    Christmas in Kilts An Anthology of Holiday Novellas A HIGHLANDER’S HOPE by Terri Brisbin A widow wants a wife but this one he wants to marry for love – even if she might not be acceptable to his clan. He has to woo her and what a wonderful job he does of doing so. A HIGHLAND CHRISTMAS WAGER by Lecia Cornwall Meggie made one mistake when young and has lost her ability to trust. Snowed in for Christmas with three lusty men wanting a kiss – will she finally be able to find a man she can give her heart to? A SCOT FOR CHRISTMAS by Bronwen Evans Emma is sure she is soon to be on the shelf BUT before she embraces spinsterhood she has a request to make of a man who never wants to love again. The request is a big one and might change both their lives forever. LEFTOVER MISTLETOE by Lavinia Kent Two people meet on a stage and are stranded on the road. Unlikely they would have ever met otherwise but definitely a propitious meeting for both of them. SWEET HOME HIGHLAND CHRISTMAS by May McGoldrick Ella needs to keep her niece and that means marrying someone she rather despises…until her niece starts playing matchmaker with the man accompanying them to visit family. All of the books were different but well worth reading. The times of the stories ranged from the 1500’s to the 1800’s and were all set in Scotland. Definitely worth reading! Thank you to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press – Swerve for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars
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    excellent read

    What wonderful stories these are. A man alone but wanting a woman every one thinks is wrong. A woman hurt eight years ago and never allowed herself to feel. A man who lost his wife six years ago and wants to keep her in his thoughts.. A lady afraid of losing her child. I loved these stories, they were exciting and intriguing, each is unique. the recurring theme is Scots, the one thing they all have in common. The characters are great and so life like. Ella is a bundle of energy, sweet, and loving. So much is going on in these stories but they are all written by amazing and gifted authors. They keep your attention and there is a well written, easy flowing and concise book.
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    Christmas and kilts

    Highlanders, kilts , Christmas and love all tie into these tales from 5 different authors. Enjoyed all of the stories in this box set and have read tales from these authors before. Find a chair and settle into the Highlands for the Christmas season. Ebook from Netgalley and publishers with thanks. Opinions are entirely my own.
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