Wednesday 24 December 2014

A Christmas to Remember Anthology By Jill Sharvis, Kristen Ashley, Hope Ramsay, Molly Cannon and Marilyn Pappano ~ #bookreview
A Christmas to Remember 


Curl up with this heartwarming Christmas collection!

Jill Shalvis, Dream a Little Dream: Melissa has kept every man at a safe distance-especially firefighter Ian, a sexy friend with sexy benefits. But Ian secretly longs for more. Luckily, 'tis the season for giving love a chance . . .

Kristen Ashley, Every Year: Holidays don't come easy for Shy and his brother, Landon. But with the magic of Christmas, along with a little help from Tabby and her family, the Cage brothers are about to get the gift of a lifetime . . .

Hope Ramsay, Silent Night: Down on her luck and evicted from her apartment, single mother Maryanne hopes to start over in Last Chance. When the snow begins to fall, it looks like her baby might literally spend Christmas Eve in a manger. And Maryanne might celebrate the holiday with a handsome stranger.

Molly Cannon, Have Yourself a Messy Little Christmas: Lincoln is a bachelor who's set in his ways-until a professional organizer dressed up as Mrs. Claus changes his life, one tip at a time. . .

Marilyn Pappano, A Family for Christmas: War widow Ilena doesn't mind spending Christmas alone. But when a new doctor blows into town with the winter wind, will she get her secret Christmas wish?

Plus: Excerpts from upcoming novels!

(40,000 words)

Source: eARC for Honest Review Courtesy of Forever Romance via NetGalley
Genre: Adult Contemporary Christmas Anthology
My A Christmas to Remember Review ...

I had requested this book last year from NetGalley but then Christmas came and went and it was hard to read a Christmas book in the wrong season.  Since it's that time of year again I thought I would get it read.  Not only because it was a Christmas read but also because I needed a little KA fix.   Here in this anthology we get to re-visit the Allen family with Tack, Tyra, Shy and the gang as well as we get to see other sweet Christmas stories.

To read an anthology you have to be in the mood as the little stories can be great or disappointing but what I like about them is that we get to meet new authors that maybe we have never read before and now we get the opportunity to try.

In this the stories were very quick and sweet but some were actually to perfect with too much cheer and sickly sweet that it made me a bit nauseous.  I know that may make me sound like the Grinch but sometimes that shit stink.

Besides the too sickly sweet stories it was great to visit the Allen family and see more of that world while we wait for the next chaos book and at the same time I'm now curious about some new authors and some new families that I would like to explore.

3 Too sweet thumbs up!
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