Book Reviews of Christmas Keepsakes: A Handful of Gold / The Three Gifts / The Season for Suitors

Christmas Keepsakes: A Handful of Gold / The Three Gifts / The Season for Suitors
Christmas Keepsakes A Handful of Gold / The Three Gifts / The Season for Suitors
Author: Nicola Cornick, Julia Justiss, Mary Balogh
ISBN-13: 9780373770946
ISBN-10: 0373770944
Publication Date: 10/1/2005
Pages: 410
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 73 ratings
Publisher: HQN Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
Three lovely, romantic Regency-ara stories with Christmastime involvement. Feel-good, happy ending, true love - perfect for Christmas!
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Helpful Score: 2
Three wonderful historical romances by Mary Balogh, Julia Justiss, & Nicola Cornick. Each story occurs around Christmas time.
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Helpful Score: 2
This is paperback book with three good stories to read at your leisure. I like the Christmas background for a cozy romance by the fireplace.
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Helpful Score: 1
Perfect short reads for holiday cheer. Balogh is priceless.
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I enjoyed each story and loved how even though short the storyline and characters were well developed and very likable. Each had twists and turns with great tension between the main characters. A great read.
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I loved all 3 stories in this Christmas Regency anthology!
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Easy to read with 3 authors.
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3 great stories for the seasons. Life,Love and Famiy.
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This book was mistakenly listed in the religious fiction section, and didn't belong there.
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3 stories in this one!

A Handful of Gold
A classic story from New York Times bestselling author Mary Balogh
Not only is Julian Dare dashing and wealthy, but he's the heir to an earldom. So what do you get a man who has everything? Innocent and comely Verity Ewing plans on giving Julian her heart the most precious gift of all.

The Three Gifts
A brand-new tale by Julia Justiss
Critically injured during the war, reluctant new viscount Miles Hampden must find a wife to safeguard his family legacy. To ease the mind of a dying soldier she secretly admires, Edwina Denby agrees to a marriage of convenience. As Edwina nurses the handsome viscount to a full recovery, love proves to be the elixir that heals all wounds!

The Season for Suitors
An original romance from Nicola Cornick
After some close encounters with rakes in which she was nearly compromised into marriage, heiress Clara Davenport realizes that she needs some expert advice. And who better for the job than Sebastian Fleet, the most notorious rake in town? Inevitably, the tutelage doesn't go quite as planned, as both Sebastian and Clara find it difficult to remain objective when it comes to lessons of the heart!

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I have not read this book but rather than have it keep sitting on myself unread I thought I would list it so that someone may enjoy it.