Friday, December 7, 2012

Love a Bit of Romance at the Holiday's

Romancing the Holiday Anthology
Jaci Burton
HelenKay Dimon
Christi Barth
Released Dec 3rd, 2012
257 Pages
Carina Press
Source: NetGalley

Holiday Romances are among my favorites and these ladies sure don't fall short on the romance this Christmas.  Got a chance to catch up with the Kent and Holloway Families and Christi Barth gives us a friends to lovers romance to warm the cold winter nights.

Jaci Burton brings us The Best Thing, a return to the Kent Family and this time Bad-Boy, middle brother, Brody and Tori are hitting the sheets and maybe finally admitting the feelings they've had for each other for years. I happen to love the Kent Family and look forward to Jaci's Christmas novella every year.  If you haven't caught up with the Kent Family, make sure to pick up Ethan and Wyatt's romances, All She Wants for Christmas and A Rare Gift.

HelenKay Dimon shares another Holloway Romance with We'll Be Home for Christmas.  This time Spence gets himself in over his head with a three-night stand that has turned into something more, and Lila Payne is looking for a place to call home and it might just be with Spence.  For two people who never thought they would see each other again, after three wild nights in a hotel room, the chemistry between them was electric, and the banter was hysterical.  I truly enjoyed this novella and hope for many more to come from HelenKay.

In Ask Her at Christmas by Christi Barth, we meet Kyle, handsome IT geek who enlists his best friend, Caitlin to help him find a special way to propose to Monica, the daughter of a company head who is in line to merge companies with Kyle's fathers company.  Caitlin has been in love with Kyle forever, but won't stand in the way of Kyle finally gaining the respect of his father.  What is a girl to do?  Caitlin will just have to help Kyle get what he needs and then hopefully she can find a way to survive the holiday heartache.

Great Holiday Anthology that brings heart-warming, toe curling romance to the cold winter nights!  I highly recommend this anthology and recommend reading the past holiday romances from these wonderful authors, if you haven't already!

Kent Brothers by Jaci Burton

Holloway Family by HelenKay Dimon

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