12/18/14

Christmas Actually - Anna Adams, Anna J. Stewart, and Melinda Curtis

Over all - 4 Stars

ABOUT THE BOOK -
Discover the magic of Christmas Town, Maine!
The Christmas Gift -
Jack Banning promised to support the mother of his unborn child… But she doesn't need money, she only needs him. 
The Christmas Wish -
Callie Banning's student has declared war on Christmas, so it's up to her to help the little girl—and her widowed father—believe again.
The Christmas Date -
Gina Vernay is about to meet her online mystery date…and she's in for the surprise of a lifetime!
ABOUT THE AUTHORS -
Anna Adams, Anna J. Stewart, and Melinda Curtis are friends and critique partners. They came up with the idea for Christmas, Actually - 3 siblings who fall in love in the holiday season leading up to Christmas Eve. Harlequin Heartwarming was kind enough to publish the story.

MY THOUGHTS -
Three stories intertwined by the characters. All three were nice, fun, romantic Christmas reads.
The Christmas Gift - Anna Adams - 4 Stars
I really liked this one. It had a lot of emotion and some twists. I loved the characters, the character development was very good. I liked the way Sophie never gave up! She had spunk.
The Christmas Wish - Anna J Stewart - 3 Stars
I liked the idea of this story. What I didn't care for was that Santa was almost God like. Ask Santa and he will answer, almost like praying it seemed to me. I am sure the author didn't mean it that way but that's the feeling I got from it. But besides that it was a sweet story.
The Christmas Date - Melinda Curtis - 4 Stars
Liked this one a lot. Very good original storyline. It was sweet and very touching. I loved the male character, he was kind but strong. And again - I liked that he never gave up on Gina.

I won this book from "Free Book Friday" - Thanks!

I chose to read 5-6 book and a few movies.

Books -
1.  The Thursday Night Club
2. Real Elves 
3. Christmas at Come-alive Cottage
4. Twist of Fate 
5. A Sandy Seashell Shop Christmas 
6. Christmas Actually
 
Movies -
1.  One Christmas Eve
2. Nine Lives of Christmas

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