Winter's Sweet Kiss

Winter's Sweet Kiss

by Annabelle Blume

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Winter's Sweet Kiss by Annabelle Blume, Lily Carlyle, Shaya Roy, Terri Rochenski

Fight the winter chill with these heartwarming, romantic tales.

What better time than winter to find someone to cuddle up with? These sweet tales of winter romance are sure to warm your heart.

An Unexpected Wreath by Annabelle Blume
Santa Bebe by Lily Carlyle
Melt by Shaya Roy
One in a Million Snowflakes by Michelle Ziegler
Beginning of Forever by Terri Rochenski

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148880974
Publisher: Roane Publishing
Publication date: 12/14/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 224
File size: 354 KB

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Winter's Sweet Kiss 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
SandyZ1 More than 1 year ago
While I don't normally read romance stories, Winter's Sweet Kiss drew my attention and was surprised by the delightful collection.  All 5 authors do a great job drawing you into the stories and getting you to relate to the characters.  My favorite was the one by Michelle Ziegler (One in a Million Snowflakes) the story plays out very well on the emotion, love conquers all.   So if you want that warm and fuzzy feeling, this is a must read.
zeppelinfrk More than 1 year ago
What a great book. I love to sit down with short stories that I can read through and enjoy on a quick break. The story that definitely caught my attention in this anthology was 'One In A Million Snowflakes' by Michelle Ziegler. What a heartwarming story with a soldier coming home and a secret love that finally blossoms into the romance that both of them deserve. I love to read stories when things work out after such hardship/heartache and Michelle truly delivers a "page turner" with all the elements necessary in a good romance. This author writes with a subtle wit and almost dry humor within the text. Heartbreaking, funny, romantic, and amazing flow. Looking forward to more from Michelle Ziegler.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An Unexpected Wreath - Annabelle Blume A woman goes to a lot for a Christmas tree and comes back with so much more... This one had a really strong start--I thought it ended a little too soon, but isn't that what they say about good stories? They always end too soon? :) Santa Bebe - Lily Carlyle A lingerie sales woman, tests waters with a friend and deals with a troubled past...and how she'll let it effect her future. This one, too, had a strong start, but midway through I figured out sort of how everything was going to happen. It was good, but I just knew that's how it was going to be. Melt - Shaya Roy Can anyone really find love in an arranged marriage? This one was very good, start to finish. Part of that for me might be because it was foreign and a little different, and the whole arranged marriage thing was definitely something fun to think about. I enjoyed this one a lot. One in a Million Snowflakes - Michelle Ziegler Angela's picking her way through the bottom of the barrel when it comes to men, but what does it matter when the one she wants the most is the one she dare not have--at least if she wants to keep her best friend. This one started out a little rough for me, but once I was in it, I loved it. It had some sexy scenes, and there were some really, horrible, awful dates, that just made me smile. This one was very good, and I loved some of the descriptions. Beginning of Forever - Terri Rochenski The loss of her husband nearly tore her down, but she had to stay strong for her son. How does one move on from the person you thought would be the one? How do you stop the guilt from rising up, every time you notice the sexy new stranger? This one dealt with some very deep issues like loss and survivors guilt. This is one of those ones where you don't mind if you see the end coming, so long as you know it ends without ripping your heart out. I enjoyed this anthology and give a four and a half stars. I'd curl up with this book and a mug of hot cocoa anytime.
cortneyb More than 1 year ago
This is great book of short stories,my favorite would have to be "One in a Million Snowflakes" by Michelle Ziegler. I found myself very drawn to the story, could not put it down. The author did a great job with keeping you intrigued and making the characters relate-able. I am looking forward to reading more from Mrs. Ziegler.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Grab a Cup of hot chocolate and cuddle up to this anthology. Each story is well written and will leave a smile on your face. I love the holidays and this book has a little bit of Christmas and a lot of winter tales. These sweet romances are a must read this winter season, or heck cool Off your hot summer days. You'll get a lot of different stories like falling for the stranger who shows Christmas cheer, unrequited love finally being returned, romance delayed because if misunderstandings, long time crushes finally getting together, and a second chance at happily ever after.