BOOK REVIEW - All I Want
Pretty Near Perfect by Jolene Perry
The last thing Norah needs is to be attracted to anyone – especially in her deceased fiancé's parents' home. Collin’s starting a new career, and has no business getting involved – especially while staying with his roommate’s family, who very kindly offered to take him in for the holidays. Unfortunately, you just don’t always pick the most convenient time and place to fall for someone.
Six Days of Christmas by Kaylee Baldwin
When Natalie goes home with her best friend for Christmas, she expects plenty of quiet time to work on a winning ad so she can turn her dream internship into her dream job. Instead, she gets time-consuming Christmas festivities, a house full of children, and Jimmy, her best friend’s brother - someone who makes her question everything she’s always thought she wanted.
Twist of Fate by Rachael Anderson
When a postcard meant for Kenzie winds up in Ty's mailbox, Ty's faced with a decision. Should he tell her that her fiancé is breaking up with her and let it ruin her favorite holiday, or should he do what he’s wanted to do since he met her - make a move and hope that he can win her over before she discovers there won’t be a wedding after all?
Wow! Where to start. I've read and enjoyed books by all three of these authors so I was excited when I heard about this compilation.
During the summer, my kids and I listened to an Amish romance compilation while we were on a road trip. The first one was excellent, the other two were terrible. That was my only experience with a compilation of romances...until now.
This was a much better experience. All three stories were excellent--sweet, romantic and fun. After I loved the first one (Pretty Near Perfect by Jolene Perry) I feared for the other two authors. How could they compete? Then I read the second one (Six Days of Christmas by Kaylee Baldwin) and loved it, too. I know Rachael Anderson (Twist of Fate) and so I hoped hers would measure up to the others. It didn't disappoint.
This was a fun, quick read and I was sorry for it to end.
If you want an enjoyable Christmas read, for you or as a gift (or both), I heartily recommend this compilation of Christmas romances. I promise you'll enjoy yourself.
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