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A Very Gothic Christmas (After the Music / Lady of the Locket)

by Christine Feehan

Other authors: Melanie George

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This was my least favorite, ever, story by Christine Feehan and the Melanie George story didn't make up for it. Characters were uninteresting and predictable. But it was better than the Feehan story. I didn't really see much "gothic" about either tale. ( )
  sprowett | Jun 2, 2008 |
The first one of these two is a non-paranormal story. It's a story about a musician and his sister-in-law who brings his twin children to stay with him in his gothic-style mansion. There's someone trying to kill them and she thinks that maybe with their father in his secluded house they will be safe, but the killer has followed them. Really most of the gothic in this story is the setting. It's not a bad story but not great either.

The second story is Lady of the Locket - a time travel story, not a bad story but nothing remarkable. It's short and sweet.

It was a nice read around the christmas period. ( )
  wyvernfriend | Jan 20, 2008 |
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Christine Feehan:
For Manda and Christina, may you always be survivors. Much love.
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Christine Feehan's After the Music:

Jessica Fitzpatrick woke up screaming, her heart pounding out a rhythm of terror.
Melanie George's Lady of the Locket:

The castle rose out of the heavy mist like a phoenix emerging from the ashes, a looming monolith seemingly born of its craggy foundation, perched on the uppermost edge of the earth for the purpose of lording over the village in the distance.
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TWO WICKED AND
WONDROUS HOLIDAY NOVELLAS

AFTER THE MUSIC
by CHRISTINE FEEHAN

Terrified by mysterious threats, Jessica Fitzpatrick spirits away her twin wards, Tara and Trevor, to the remote island mansion of their estranged father, world-famous musician Dillon Wentworth. Ever since the fire that claimed his troubled wife's life and left him horribly disfigured, Dillon has shut out the world. With Christmas approaching, the spark between him and Jessica might light the future, but there are those who shared Dillon's wife's love of the occult . . . and their evil machinations may plunge the family into darkness -- unless a Christmas miracle occurs. . . .

LADY OF THE LOCKET
by MELANIE GEORGE

The echoes of history and romance lure Rachel Hudson to Glengarren, the Scottish castle where her parents met many Christmases ago. But it is the portrait of fierce Highlander Duncan MacGregor that sparks an inexplicable yearning inside her. On a storm-tossed night, as lightning cracks across the castle's turrets, Rachel finds herself face-to-face with MacGregor himself, astride a mighty stallion. Now, stepping into Rachel's time -- and her heart -- the warrior from the past is pursued by an ancient, evil enemy. . . .

Romance blends with the supernatural mysteries and magic of the occult and the extraordinary wonder of the holiday season in special collection of passionate romance tales.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0743442717, Mass Market Paperback)

TWO WICKED AND

WONDROUS HOLIDAY NOVELLAS

AFTER THE MUSIC

by CHRISTINE FEEHAN

Terrified by mysterious threats, Jessica Fitzpatrick spirits away her twin wards, Tara and Trevor, to the remote island mansion of their estranged father, world-famous musician Dillon Wentworth. Ever since the fire that claimed his troubled wife's life and left him horribly disfigured, Dillon has shut out the world. With Christmas approaching, the spark between him and Jessica might light the future, but there are those who shared Dillon's wife's love of the occult . . . and their evil machinations may plunge the family into darkness -- unless a Christmas miracle occurs. . . .

LADY OF THE LOCKET

by MELANIE GEORGE

The echoes of history and romance lure Rachel Hudson to Glengarren, the Scottish castle where her parents met many Christmases ago. But it is the portrait of fierce Highlander Duncan MacGregor that sparks an inexplicable yearning inside her. On a storm-tossed night, as lightning cracks across the castle's turrets, Rachel finds herself face-to-face with MacGregor himself, astride a mighty stallion. Now, stepping into Rachel's time -- and her heart -- the warrior from the past is pursued by an ancient, evil enemy. . . .

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:14:12 -0400)

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Romance blends with the supernatural mysteries and magic of the occult and the extraordinary wonder of the holiday season in special collection of passionate romance tales.

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