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    Cute story.

    Saving Mistletoe: This is such a cute story. Ellen keeps running into Burke, literally. Their first impressions on each other isn't very favorable. As they get to know each other, they realize there is so much they like about each other. Then Burke helps a little girl and her father. They both grow to love the little girl and each other. In order for Missy (her real name is Mistletoe) to spend Christmas with her father, they are going to have to get a miracle.
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    I always love these collections!

    Saving Mistletoe by Shanna Hatfield – 5 stars I loved everything about this novella – the writing, the story, the characters (human and animal). There were so many great moments! I loved Ellen and Burke! They had that instant click factor – second time around anyway. :) And the way they finally got together made me laugh. A matchmaker’s dream! The fact that Burke had such an affect on Ellen’s life after their first “run in,” even though they didn’t see each other again for months, made everything even better. And that first kiss!! If you’ve read “Taste of Tara”, you’ve met Ellen before. If you haven’t, you’ll meet Tara here and can read her story after. :) In Time for Christmas by Mona Risk – 4 stars What a sweet story! James is such a good uncle! His willingness to fly with Clementine, when he really had no idea what he was doing, was endearing. Clem played a big part in the story. Sylvia was so sweet with her, and I loved the way Sylvia’s whole family jumped right in and fell in love with Clem, too. Christmas in Walnut Creek by Raine English – 4 stars This was a great second chance story! I always love stories where married couples come back together. I really liked Jillian and Dane. What a shock she got when Dane showed up. I loved his determination to win her back. Everything happens pretty quickly, but I’m ok with that in a short novella. Especially the way Raine English writes them.
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    wonderful sweet romance suitable for any time

    I reviewed 2 books from this collection. A Gift Of Yesterday by Milou Koenings and Loving You At Christmas By Kristen Wallace THE GIFT OF YESTERDAY BY MILOU KOENINGS: Koenings' tale of love never forgotten, held my interest from start to finish. Joe's character will bring out you're rooting spirit; a fine, steady, determined, good man, who never forgot his first and only love. His wealth has had no influence on his character, morals, or sense of community. His determination to win Bailey is wonderful. With issues of loss and losing the ones she has loved, Bailey, must face her hang ups head-on and make decisions which will impact her life. I found the story-line solid, with well-developed characters and plotting which kept me reading A Gift Of Yesterday straight through. The pace of the book's in line with the length of the story and Koenings' writing is clear and easy to follow. Her scenes transition smoothly from scene to scene without lagging or bogging down. A perfect read for anyone who enjoys reading a sweet, clean, relaxing romance. LOVING YOU AT CHRISTMAS BY KRISTEN WALLACE: Although a novella, Wallace, created a solid tale which grabs the reader immediately. With skillful plotting and well-developed characters, Wallace made this novella feel like a full length novel. I found the pace perfect for the length of the book and her writing flowed well; making the book easy to read. Her scenes transition from scene to scene smoothly and with vivid writing I felt the character's emotions. My heart broke for Annaliese; enduring a childhood no child should and then the death of her anchor and soul mate, Matthew, brought tears to my eyes. I could feel her resistance as she began to care for Duke and his nieces, as well as, Duke's sorrow at the passing of his beloved sister. Annaliese must face her fears of losing the ones she loves; but can she? Adding the mama drama with the Queen of Shellwater Key, gave the story an extra element. What a witch Wallace gave us in these books. Wallace also included a lot of humor in Loving You At Christmas. When Layla called in the big guns, I laughed and laughed. By the way, Noah's the big guns; Shellwater Keys resident soul searcher, advise giver, and counselor to one and all. Not only does this story have grief, it has a lot of funny snips and snarks. If I was not laughing, I found myself crying. I cried buckets at the end of the story. Kristen Wallace also included characters from the earlier books. I love a series with continuing characters; we get an update on their life and all the town gossip. Loving You At Christmas, is a wonderful romance perfect for anytime of the year. I received this book collection from the authors and chose to voluntarily review the book with honest romance book reviews. Lastly, book reviews of any novel are dependent on the book review author’s opinion.
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    Loved this.

    I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of one of the books in this set BUT I have since bought the set too. I read ‘Loving You at Christmas’ by Kristin Wallace. Annaliese Matheson had it all. The career on Broadway, the loving husband and a bright future ahead but it all came crashing down when her husband died. She leaves that life behind her and moves to Shellwater Key. She is asked to step in at the last moment to save the local school Christmas show when the director has to leave. Through this she meets John-Luke ‘Duke’ Evans who couldn’t be any different from her late husband. Will she allow herself to be happy again? Will she take the chance and open her heart? I loved this book, it was a nice light read but it had it all – love, heartbreak and some fun mixed in, add Christmas in to the mix and you have a fabulous book. I loved how the relationship between Annaliese and Duke developed. I can’t wait to read the other books in this set.
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    Review of Finding You at Christmas

    I was honored to read an advanced copy of Finding You at Christmas by Kristin Wallace in exchange for an honest review. This novella joins the Shellwater Key series by Kristin Wallace. If you haven't read the series, do yourself a favor and pick it up. It is set in a revived dinner theater in a small Florida town. It primarily focuses on a trio of childhood best friends who lost touch and reunite as each comes home and finds love. This novella is the last story in the series and focuses on a secondary character seen in the other novels, Annalise Mathewson, who is the principal actress at the theater. I love when characters that were on the periphery finally get their own story. Annalise is resolved never to love again after losing her husband. She is shocked at her reaction to the local football coach as their paths keep crossing. Duke Evans has come home to Shellwater Key to raise his nieces, and he has been biding his time until Annalise seemed ready to open up to someone. This was a lovely story about taking a chance and opening your heart again after grieving. The novella easily stands on its own, though we do get to catch up with all the characters from previous books. I am sad to say goodbye to the Paradise Theater and all it's inhabitants, but I was happy to spend one last Christmas with them. Kristin Wallace has written a wonderful series about the enduring bonds of friendship and familial and romantic love and finding your way home.
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