This book introduced me to new authors, and I loved every minute of it! This book was funny, cute, romantic, dramatic, and everything else all rolled into one. I will re-read this book before I list it for a swap.
"A Publicist and a Pear Tree" by Alesia Holliday. In Manhattan, Leah works for the "Bitch Queen at M&M Publishing. Her parents were coming from Ohio for the holidays until her sister gave premature birth with the lives of the twin newborns in jeopardy. With twelve days and counting to Christmas Leah feels alone, but is attracted to Luke. However, is he really her turtle dove mate willing to live and love in a pear tree with her?
"King of Orient Are" by Naomi Neale. Queens, New York personal shopper Keely has a love hate relationship with the Christmas holidays as she earns hefty fees as a surrogate shopper, but her clients can be very demanding and bothersome at this time of year. Her job leads her to Neil the Magus and shelter worker Duncan. No comparison between the flamboyant and the staid so why does she want to kiss Duncan under the mistletoe.
"Jingle This" by Stephanie Rowe. Her boss Roger dumps copywriter Angie because he has a new sex squeeze. His partner Kyle has wanted Angie for two years, but avoided her, as he fears his feelings for her. Angie makes it clear no more from either boss especially Kyle whom she loves, but he dumped her for her sister and now for their business. Kyle knows he wants Angie forever, but realizes he needs a Christmas miracle following his behavior towards his beloved.
These three holiday romance novellas star solid protagonists who make for a fine yuletide reading for contemporary romance fans.
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