The only story I liked in this book was the one by Lori Foster; didn't even finish the other 2...and they're short stories.
Utterly forgettable anthology featuring three popular authors.
None of these stories really stands up or out. And Christmas is given barely a nod.
The stories are obvious follow ups to other tales. It might make you seek out the other stories or they might be good if you're read the others.
The story by Karen Kelley was my favourite -- and I use the term loosely. It was too big a story for the structure given. It reminded me a lot of McNaughton's Perfect.
A waste of time and money.
I really like this book! Lor Fosters story is soooo funny, and Diane Castell's story, although kind of anticlimactic, is really sweet and makes my heart want to burst!
This anthology contains three unrelated stories set at Christmas. This is a fun read by three talented authors. Each has spot appearances by family and friends from various previous stories, but all stories can stand alone.
Lori Foster's The Christmas Present is related to previous books TOO MUCH TEMPATION and NEVER TOO MUCH.
Karen Kelley's It's A Wonderful Life is related to SOUTHERN COMFORT and HELL ON WHEELS.
And Dianne Castell's Home for Christmas is related to her O'Fallons - Plus One, I'll Be Seeing U, The Way U Look Tonight, and Till There Was You.
All three were charming reads.
I'm a fan of Lori Foster's writing so I gave this book a try. The first story was cute, the second was a little bit far fetched but come on it is a christmas feel good book. Now can I just say the third story was such a turn off!! A one night stand that ends up with them deelpy in love in 2 days! Give me a break!!!!!
Cute, funny and hot. A good read.
All three are great and actually revolve around the holiday season! read em and be Merry!
Lori Foster does a follow up to her Never Too Much crew. We miss out on the mind blowing weekend of nonstop carnality and just get the conflict and stubborn characters butting heads, until of course - they don't.
Dianne Castell is so busy selling her previous books/stories that the romance really is secondary in this Hollywood goes to Texas tale.
Karen Kelley has a cute little story and offers up a man in uniform. She gets right to it. Although I don't think I will be seeking her out.
I love holiday books and this one did not disappoint me at all. It was afun read.:-)
Quick read but really good stories.