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    A cozy sit by the fire read

    Every story has an original voice and characters. It's great to watch romance bloom as the snow is falling in Echo Ridge. Each author brings her story and the town to life while being consistent in "setting" content from story to story. The stories are told with heart and passion but without "steam." Thank you ladies. All the characters were likable, believable, and had me cheering for them every step of the way. The writing is top notch, and while I expected that caliber based on past readings by most of these authors, I wondered if the "unkown to me" authors would be able to match the high bar. I wasn't disappointed and now have some new authors to check out. If you're looking for a heartwarming read to snuggle up with by the fire, then grab your cozy blanket and hot chocolate because this one is a winner!
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    Christmas has come early!

    WOW!!! This book is amazing! Reading through the different mini books written by separte authors but having the story flow seamlessly makes for a great read. If you need a boost to get into the Christmas spirit this book is a must read. I have also discovered some new authors to check out!
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    Loved this great clean romance!

    Okay...this book is awesome! I loved everyone of the stories. I loved that they were all set in the same little town in upstate New York, Echo Ridge. I thought that it was really fun that each of these stories encompasses the same time period so you see the same events happen, just through the eyes of different characters. The way it was done not only does the little town become almost a character on it's own, but also the things that happen in the little town. So fun! I loved Reese in The Candy Counter Heiress by Lucy McConnell, she's a down to earth girl who loves to make chocolate (a girl after my own heart) but she has certain ideas for the family business. Unfortunately, her mom is currently in charge of the business and is really unwilling to listen to any of her ideas, even if they are good ones, leaving Reese feeling a little as though she doesn't belong. She's also trying to keep her heart safe from her long-time crush Andy, she doesn't want to give him power to break her heart again. But that keeps getting harder and harder, it seems like Andy's always there and when he offers to help Reese out with a website she knows her mom doesn't want, he's around even more. I loved this one! Christmas Makeover by Cami Checketts was way fun too! I loved Chelsea, it was so funny the way that she was trying to sneak around to stay off her best friend, Jessica's, radar so that she wouldn't try to give her yet another makeover. Chelsea has always been content to live in workout clothes, but Drew her best friend and guy she's liked forever, has finally come back to town. He's always seen her as just the hang out and do sports buddy. Maybe a little makeover wouldn't hurt and would make him look at her another way. Such a fun story! Hope for Christmas by Rachelle J Christensen is next. This one made me a bit sad, because of the way that Annika felt that she had to push everyone away and do everything on her own. But I did love that as she and Carlos kept getting thrown together at work she learned to trust him bit by bit and eventually knew that she loved him. Her sweet daughter Megan was adorable and I loved how she is so playful and fun. What a sweet love story. Soda Fountain Christmas by Connie E Sokol was great too! I loved Keira and how she tries to work so hard to maintain and even grow the family business, even though she is continually shot down by the grinchy Cecillia. She's sure it's going to be more of the same when hotshot Tayton Wells shows up to try to do some advertising. But she's pleasantly surprised that he is willing to listen and even implement her ideas. But is she really willing to give up the family business for him? Loved the love story in this one! So cute, and fun! One Winter Night by Heather Tullis, I stayed up late finishing this cute story! I loved Kaya, she's a bit feisty and pretty much willing to do whatever it takes to keep her dream of animal therapy for those that need it alive. She has a farm in the middle of a subdivision and she doesn't realize that it's making it hard for Jonah Owens to sell his grandmothers house. I loved the way that when he confronts her, she pretty much forgives him right away and notices good things about him. It was fun that she ended up working with him to try to open his art gallery. Such a fun love story as well! Bottom line: I LOVED this set of books. Each of the books has a great love story that's clean and fun and puts you in the mood for Christmas. I'm really hoping for a follow up set, I'd love to learn more about some of the background characters and maybe see them get a happy ending as well!
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    An Echo Ridge Christmas

    Christmas Kisses: An Echo Ridge Anthology (Echo Ridge Romance Book 1) (Kindle Edition) I received this book as an ARC copy in exchange for an honest review. Welcome to Echo Ridge. It's an anthology of stories by multiple authors about a small town called Echo Ridge which kind of centers around Kenworth's department store. The Candy Store Heiress by Lucy McConnell starts the anthology off. It's the story of Reese and Andy childhood friends who refuse to admit their attraction to each other. Reese wants to stake her claim in her families candy business, but her mother always extinguishes her hopes. So, she enlist the help of Andy (conveniently leaving out that her family doesn't know about it nor are they on board with it). In between her grandmother getting sick, taking on extra shifts for her mother, finally admitting to her feelings for Andy, and maintaining her lie, life snowballs on her. Can she out her life back in order and claim her man? One Winter Night by Heather Tullis brings up the rear of the anthology. It's the story of Kaya and Jonah. Jonah has come to Echo Ridge in hopes of starting over, look after his grandmother, and sell her home. Which is not an easy task since her neighbor has therapy animals which includes horses, goats, chickens, and sometimes pigs. Jonah thinks that Kaya is leaving the lap of luxury because she inherited the land. Little does he know exactly what she does have to go through. Kaya has built her therapy farm with sweat and tears after her grandmother leaves her the land. She even takes a second job at Kenworth's for the holiday season. All seems to be going well until the manager decides to change Kaya's hours which causes her to have to quit. In dire need of another jobs he agrees to help Jonah although he has been rude and judgemental with her. through working together they develop a strong attraction and in the end fins a little slice of happiness. Buy the anthology and enjoy all of the heart warming stories.

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