Snowy Night with a Stranger: Snowy Night with a Highlander / When Sparks Fly / A Holiday Gamble
Snowy Night with a Stranger Snowy Night with a Highlander / When Sparks Fly / A Holiday Gamble Author:Julia London, Sabrina Jeffries, Jane Feather Traveling home for the holidays can turn into a seductively passionate adventure... — Warm up on a winter's night with three passionate love stories from three shining bestselling authors! — A HOLIDAY GAMBLE by Jane Feather — Edward Vasey, Viscount Allenton, is journeying precariously through a snowstorm when his coach is overt... more »aken by highwaymen! Robbed of his money, Ned takes refuge at Selby Hall, where a spirited beauty with a shocking secret may steal something more -- his heart.
WHEN SPARKS FLY by Sabrina Jeffries
When a coach accident strands heiress Elinor Bancroft at the home of the notorious Black Baron, she discovers the Christmas Day heartache that darkened his soul years ago -- and her generous heart brings a festive air to his home and reawakens his spirit to love.
SNOWY NIGHT WITH A HIGHLANDER by Julia London
Searching for her rakehell brother, an earl lying low in the wake of a scandalous affair, Fiona Haines is led by a rugged Highlander who obscures his scarred face. As they journey on, Fiona draws closer to her brave, enigmatic protector -- but will fury or passion ignite when he reveals his identity?« less
TrishF reviewed Snowy Night with a Stranger: Snowy Night with a Highlander / When Sparks Fly / A Holiday Gamble on + 40 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 3
I second the motion. Quite an enjoyable anthology. Did not like the character's in Jane Feather's story as much as the other two but it wasn't a total dud. Definitely felt Sabrina Jeffries and Julia London's stories had more developed characters that you grew to like. The stories did not see too rushed, especially for an anthology, even though the course of events was only over a matter of days for them all. Still a satisfying read.
Three very well-known authors offer three charming tales of romance occuring around Christmastime. All three plots are well-developed, the characters interesting, and the anthology is the most consistent I have read in a long time. There are no surprises in any of the stories, no twist of fate, but the book is very satisfying nonetheless. A nice book to read on a snowy night to warm the cockles of your heart.
I read this and am sad to say promptly forgot all three stories. I've read other books by Jane Feather and Sabrina Jeffries that I couldn't get out of my mind because they were so enjoyable. These didn't strike me that way.