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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

A True Heart Warming Tale for Paranormal Romance Lovers

Four of the Greatest Authors of Romance novels today collaborate to bring us this Anthology of Stories. First up- Virginia Kantra: Upon a Midnight Clear. Meet Lucien, an Angel, who hears a desperate pray for help from a dying mother in Paris 1792, and Aimee the child ...
Four of the Greatest Authors of Romance novels today collaborate to bring us this Anthology of Stories. First up- Virginia Kantra: Upon a Midnight Clear. Meet Lucien, an Angel, who hears a desperate pray for help from a dying mother in Paris 1792, and Aimee the child who's mother lays dying. A plea to save her daughters life, and choice, that changes his life forever. A wonderfully written story that takes you through the struggle of duty, and choosing love over that duty. Next in the Anthology is First Light, by Kimberly Frost, Journalist Kate has dreamed about 1 person most of her life, she always thought that he was just a figment of her imagination until she finds him half buried in the snow. He doesn't know who he is, but he slowly gains his memories back... Its a story of love finding its way to make a two people who were destined to find each other, stay with each other against all odds. In Human Error, by Eileen Wilks, it Wiccan meets Wolf in a love story that tosses its readers on a ride that includes Spirits, Skinwalkers, posessed animals and a kidnapped child. It's a story that you really don't want to miss. Finally, you've got Lora Leigh's: An Inconvenient Mate. We return, yet again, to the world of the Breeds. This time Maliachi, the feirce Coyote Breed, falls to his knees over Isabelle Martinez, while on a mission to the Navajo Nations to find a Rouge Breed. It's hot, it's tense, and oh god is it good.

posted by anodein82 on January 17, 2012

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5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

I bought this book mainly for the Lora Leigh Breed Story.

Upon a Midnight Clear - Virginia Kantra
An angel rescues a human during the French Revolution and falls from grace because he was not suposed to intercede only observe.**
First Light - Kimberly Frost
An angel with amnesia falls in love with an aspirant, who is an inv...
Upon a Midnight Clear - Virginia Kantra
An angel rescues a human during the French Revolution and falls from grace because he was not suposed to intercede only observe.**
First Light - Kimberly Frost
An angel with amnesia falls in love with an aspirant, who is an investigative reporter, while avoiding the ventala (bad guys). ***
Human Error - Eileen Wilks
A Witch and a Wolfman (Lupus) are engaged to be married and she takes
him home to meet the family. While there a murder takes place and they investigate. **
An Inconvenient Mate - Lora Leigh
Malachi Morgan, Rule Breaker, Stygian, Ashley and Emma go to the Navajo Nation to meet the Navajo Council. They need their permission to look for missing persons on their reservation. At this meeting Malachi meets his mate, Isabelle. Isabelle has an abusive person after her that causes a tragedy to happen in the story. PS: A new breed is introduced, a tiger breed by the name of Gideon.****

posted by MOJO-ML on December 3, 2011

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  • Posted December 3, 2011

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    I bought this book mainly for the Lora Leigh Breed Story.

    Upon a Midnight Clear - Virginia Kantra
    An angel rescues a human during the French Revolution and falls from grace because he was not suposed to intercede only observe.**
    First Light - Kimberly Frost
    An angel with amnesia falls in love with an aspirant, who is an investigative reporter, while avoiding the ventala (bad guys). ***
    Human Error - Eileen Wilks
    A Witch and a Wolfman (Lupus) are engaged to be married and she takes
    him home to meet the family. While there a murder takes place and they investigate. **
    An Inconvenient Mate - Lora Leigh
    Malachi Morgan, Rule Breaker, Stygian, Ashley and Emma go to the Navajo Nation to meet the Navajo Council. They need their permission to look for missing persons on their reservation. At this meeting Malachi meets his mate, Isabelle. Isabelle has an abusive person after her that causes a tragedy to happen in the story. PS: A new breed is introduced, a tiger breed by the name of Gideon.****

    5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 2, 2011

    Mixed feelings

    I am not a fan of anthologies. Stores seem too short and rushed. I bought the book for Lora Leigh's Breed series, always a winner with me. I think I've read everything she's written and this was another hit. I also have read all of Virginia Kantra's books. She usually has a very unique story but this seemed a bit ordinary. Haven't read the other two, but will as some future time.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 8, 2011

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    3 1/2 Read it for the Frost & Wilks stories

    Tied with a Bow by Virginia Kantra, Kimberly Frost, Eileen Wilks, Lora Leigh Upon A Midnight Clear by Virginia Kantra ¿ Unfortunately I was unable to get through this offering. I guess I just wasn¿t in the mood for a historical. First Light by Kimberly Frost ¿ I was impressed by this offering by Kimberly Frost. It was much darker than her Southern Witch series. I really enjoyed it and look forward to seeing where she goes with this. Human Error by Eileen Wilks ¿ I love Ms. Wilks World of the Lupi and Benedict has long been one of my favorite characters. It was good to revisit him. Also I could totally relate to the situation of being introduced to family traditions so different than mine. An Inconvenient Mate by Lora Leigh ¿ This is a Breeds world short that has nothing to do with the holidays. Not a bad story just wondering what it was doing in this anthology.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 6, 2011

    All the books are good but not great.

    All the stories are entertaining but if Ms. Leigh would delete one sex scene and add a little more story, the book would have deserved a 4 Star rating. Bunny

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 14, 2011

    Meh

    A little disappointing. Angel stories had too many references to prior books and characters. Breed was too rpetative.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 11, 2011

    it's o.k.

    I've read better anthologies, one story didn't have anything to with the holiday season. I read two of the authors all the time, so I enjoyed their stories.

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