Love, Snow and Mistletoe: Four Sweet Christmas Romance Novellas * Victorine E. Lieske

Her Fake Christmas Date By Victorine Lieske

Jennifer uses an old friend as an excuse for why she can’t go on a blind date. She doesn’t know he’s been secretly in love with her since grade school.

Holiday Rescue By Tamie Dearen

Despite her fame as an author, Amy is all alone at Christmas. Stranded in a snowstorm, she’s rescued by a handsome stranger. Can shared cocoa lead to love?

A Second Chance for Christmas By Michelle Pennington

Grace planned to spend December moving into her new apartment and getting ready for Christmas with her daughter, not falling for her neighbor, Sam—whose heart she broke years ago.

The Billionaire’s Perfect Match By Annie Houston

Heading up large corporations is tough on your love life. A trip home throws high school friends Aurelia and Lander together and sparks fly. They each have everything, except love.

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I kinda loved all three mushy mushy stories. Great for holiday reading when you have snow falling outside and a fire roaring in the fireplace.

Grace smiled and shook her head. “You’re always ready to help, aren’t you?”

He shrugged and sat next to them on the floor. “I’m ready to do more than that, Grace. I want to love you, if you’ll let me.”

With her heart fluttering like a partridge in a pear tree, Grace took a deep breath. “I’ll do more than that. I’ll love you back. I think I already do. I didn’t know how to make things better after last night, so I—”

Sam’s kiss cut her off. With his lips moving over hers, he took her face in his hands and tilted her head so he could deepen the kiss. Bella squirmed out from between them, giggling, and took the lantern from Sam’s hand. Taking advantage of Grace’s free arms, he pulled her close against him, wrapping his strong arms around her.

“That’s enough kissing, Mommy,” Bella said.

All stories are bittersweet and made me feel slighly teary. I’m gonna go get some tissues.

PS: I only gave it a 3/5 as most of the stories were about childhood friends turned to romance.

Aurelia and Lander’s parents have stayed friends and travel together but their children didn’t stay in touch. Neither Aurelia or Lander know the other is quite wealthy and they’re pretty vague about how well each of their respective businesses are doing. Epilogues are a year on.

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