Love, Christmas - Holiday Stories That Will Put a Song in Your Heart! (The Holiday Series, #1)

Love, Christmas - Holiday Stories That Will Put a Song in Your Heart! (The Holiday Series, #1)

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BN ID: 2940153570570
Publisher: Chill Out!
Publication date: 10/18/2016
Series: Holiday Series , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 36,912
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Historical romance, time travel, mystery, adventure, action, with a tad of humor thrown in at just the right time, Dani Haviland's characters will stay in your head long after you've finished the book. Follow on Twitter @dani_haviland, FB,

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Love, Christmas - Holiday Stories That Will Put a Song in Your Heart! 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
To the author, Jennifer St Giles: please, please get an editor who will correct all the editing and grammatical errors. It was so painful to read a published story that had so many errors, wrong verb tense choices, and bad punctuation. It is hard to believe you wouldn't have proof read your own story better.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed ,most of the stories . Most of them were sweet. Didn't like the spacey stories , but overall , very good .
KimberlyDawn55 More than 1 year ago
This is a great set of stories. Some of the authors were new to me, and I will be looking to read more of their books. The authors that I was already familiar with, did not let me down. I really enjoyed them all, and I highly recommend this set.
LoriP123 More than 1 year ago
I had the privilege of reading Silver Bells by Jacquie Biggar in this great holiday collection! Single mom Christy Taylor was only trying to do her job when famous author Joel Carpenter grabbed her drawing pad from her hands and threatened her to stay away from him on their first meeting. Christy had no idea who he was or even cared she was just getting a few more drawings finished for her gift shop that she rented under her upstairs apartment. She was finding it difficult making a living while caring for her daughter who had recently been diagnosed with diabetes. Joel Carpenter was frustrated by his writer's block, tenant who he had yet to meet and was late with rent and the young woman that he confronted drawing his picture at the beach. When Joel and Christy meet again and have a better understanding of each other's situation they soon form a bond while spending time together caring for Christy's daughter. They had not gone in to the relationship looking for a family, but one soon developed. I was given an ARC from the author/publisher. All conclusions are mine and mien alone.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Mona Risk's A Holly Jolly Christmas is a delightful Holiday romance. Jeff proves the perfect hero throughout, while Heather is brave and unselfish. This novella is filled with surprise, hope, and the Christmas spirit.
amsun More than 1 year ago
I LOVED the story between Annabelle and Rick in LAST CHRISTMAS by Joan Reeves. From the first paragraph I was pulled into Annabelle's world of passionate love, heartbreak, and revenge...even if things didn't work out as planned. I laughed aloud with the twists and turns of small town life and love. It was a great quick read that brightened my day and left me in love again. I received this novella in exchange for an honest review.
CRhondeau More than 1 year ago
From this set, I've read Deck the Hearts by Rachelle Ayala. A fantastic novella about love, acceptance, and the power of belonging. Christmas Creek is a magical town with quirky inhabitants and enough Christmas cheer to go around. Their big Christmas gala is the biggest event of the year, and it seems like so much fun! I wish I could visit! Holly is sassy, a little odd, and definitely a fun character to read about. She's passionate about her town and determined to save it from their new Scrooge. Gordon is rough around the edges, grouchy, but oh-so-sexy! The more I learned about him, the more I cared about him. When Holly hatches the plan to change Gordon's mind about Christmas and Christmas Creek, she might end up causing a disaster instead. This story is a fun way to spend an afternoon with some unexpected twists and plenty of Christmas love.
Lashea677 More than 1 year ago
A sweet twist on the Grinch scenario. Gordon bottles up his anger and resentment along with loneliness and pain to the point where his bitterness overshadows everything that has importance in his life. Holly is the optimist that turns his life upside down and pulls him kicking and screaming into the magical season of hope, charity and faith. Maybe even love. I am not normally a fan of stories with Grinch or Scrooge like characters but there was something so compelling about Gordon that I couldn't look away. Deck the Hearts exposes what an open heart and open mind can do for the soul and the difference one action can make in the lives of others.
DianeD54 More than 1 year ago
I am a big fan of Michele Hauf and her vampires. Hark, the Herald Angel Falls is a great addition to this set of novellas. I really enjoyed the story. It grabbed me right from the start and I couldn't put it down. I love a good vampire story and the twist in this one with the angels was great. I voluntarily received an arc of this book.
Shadowplay4u More than 1 year ago
Deck The Hearts is a delightfully fun and festively heart-warming tale of the true heart of Christmas. This is a holiday tale that will reach into the depths of your soul and show you that all you ever need is the love in your own heart to make the holidays truly unforgettable. Flash and money are what society as a while believes you need to be happy, when all you really need is family and friends gathered together to celebrate the greatest love story ever told. Holly’s favorite holiday is Christmas. She eats, breathes, and lives it all year long. What better way to prove her devotion by showing others in every day possible how much she cherishes a time of year when everyone smiles a little bigger, laughs a little louder, and opens their heart to friends and strangers alike. This is a woman who gives of herself and thinks nothing of taking. Gordon Gills is a man who has always felt the harsh sting of emptiness that is associated with Christmas. His carries around the heavy burden of a past filled with sadness and neglect. Above all he looks out for himself and never lets anyone get close. Nothing and no one has ever managed to melt his heart of ice, and he is determined to keep it that way. When a women whose heart beats for Christmas meets a man who would be thrilled to have it outlawed, will the town will be destroyed by the sparks and tremors than ensue, or will the pure and healing love of Christmas not only melt but transform this Grinch into a true believer? Holly doesn’t understand how someone could dislike Christmas as much as Gordon does. It’s not until she sees his closely guarded walls begin to crack that she finally understands why he feels the way he does. She sets out to change his mind about the beautiful holiday, but somewhere along the way she changes him mind about much more than that. Watching Gordon’s defenses helplessly crumble beneath the warm, tender love that Holly shows her family, friends, and strangers was a beautiful sight to behold. It should never be said that a man who has a tender and loving heart is ever weak. In fact, that alone makes him stronger than the meanest of Grinches. Holly was the best medicine for Gordon’s heart, and in turn Gordon gifted Holly her personal Christmas wish. These two were so cute and so very good together. They fit each other’s lives to perfection, and helped to highlight the true meaning of our most beloved holiday. Rachelle Ayala has given us the perfect gift with this treasured tale of love, family, and new beginnings. There is nothing quite like experiencing a deeply touching yet delightfully fun journey of finding something that is desperately longed for and generously given. What I wouldn’t give to ensure that everyone had the immense pleasure of reading one of Rachelle’s truly incredible stories. Her wonderful gifts are something that can only be understand and cherished by an open and willing heart. I challenge you to open yourself up to whatever the heart leads you to not only this Christmas season but throughout the year.