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All I Want for Christmas Is a Duke [Anthology 4-in-1]

by Vivienne Lorret, Valerie Bowman (Author), Tiffany Clare (Author), Ashlyn Macnamara (Author)

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First, all four are short, sweet and lighthearted stories.

Naturally, I loved some more than the others, but all in all, I was happy while reading them. Be warned though, these are very short stories, but all will give you a fair taste of the authors that have written them.

The Duke & Duchess Trap by Valerie Bowman.

If you've never seen the original "Parent Trap" movie, than you're in for a treat. To this day, that is one of my all time favorite stories. This was a fun and entertaining story by an author I like a lot.


Sophie and the Duke by Tiffany Clare

Who doesn't like a "Cinderella" inspired story? Show me that person and I'll call them out! In this retelling of the fairy tale, romance is between two childhood friends and it was sweet and memorable.

The Duke's Christmas Wish by Vivienne Lorret

Believe it or not, I never read "Princess and the Frog", but I did hear about it so this tale was, at least to me, fresh and interesting. I truly loved this couple because both were unique and just too damn fun!

One Magic Season by Ashlyn Macnamara


In the last story, we have a wonderful story of second chances. It really was a sweet and tender story that you'll probably relate to.

This collection of Christmas tales is a great way to sample these four wonderful authors and I recommend it with enthusiasm.

Melanie for b2b

Complimentary copy provided by the publisher
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  bookworm2bookworm | Mar 30, 2017 |
First, all four are short, sweet and lighthearted stories.

Naturally, I loved some more than the others, but all in all, I was happy while reading them. Be warned though, these are very short stories, but all will give you a fair taste of the authors that have written them.

The Duke & Duchess Trap by Valerie Bowman.

If you’ve never seen the original “Parent Trap” movie, than you’re in for a treat. To this day, that is one of my all time favorite stories. This was a fun and entertaining story by an author I like a lot.


Sophie and the Duke by Tiffany Clare

Who doesn’t like a “Cinderella” inspired story? Show me that person and I’ll call them out! In this retelling of the fairy tale, romance is between two childhood friends and it was sweet and memorable.

The Duke’s Christmas Wish by Vivienne Lorret

Believe it or not, I never read “Princess and the Frog”, but I did hear about it so this tale was, at least to me, fresh and interesting. I truly loved this couple because both were unique and just too damn fun!

One Magic Season by Ashlyn Macnamara

In the last story, we have a wonderful story of second chances. It really was a sweet and tender story that you’ll probably relate to.

This collection of Christmas tales is a great way to sample these four wonderful authors and I recommend it with enthusiasm.

Melanie for b2b

Complimentary copy provided by the publisher
( )
  bookworm2bookworm | Mar 30, 2017 |
The Duke and Duchess Trap by Valerie Bowman

I am sure this has been said more than one time but let be just say it again. This read is a blatant reminder of the movie 'The Parent Trap'. Right down to the twin daughters. The separation. The lingering love. The why you did not come after me. It was all there but in Regency style romance. This was a delightful read.

Sophie and the Duke by Tiffany Clare

I felt a few different things here. The early childhood bond between Sophie and shall I say it 'HER' Duke. Gave me the feel of a lost friendship renewed but there were those pesky step sisters and the step mother. Her father should have been thrashed. But this here was just a different, yet subtle spin on an age old tale 'Cinderella'. The read was nice and the pace kept going.

The Duke’s Christmas Wish by Vivienne Lorret
Think it odd that a Duke would want to dabble in the art of matchmaking. Thinks it not odd he did not find it beneath him. This Duke got more than he bargained for this time around when he is hit with something more than money, titles, and the right lineage. Ivy comes in a make it all a different kind of match. This Duke learned that love has something big to do with a very successful and filling match. This read will remind you of many a romances that started out with her not having enough of something to make it possible, but love has its own way of showing you that it can be all you need.

One Magic Season by Ashlyn Macnamara

Second chances are what is need and what better time of the year to provide one but the Christmas season. Patience has her second chance with her Duke this season. It was the combination of the season and the fact this was a second chance for then that made this one the best one for me in this anthology.

For a magical holiday read, I do recommend you grab your favorite blanket, corner, mug of a hot drink, and don't forget you book/e-reader and dive right in for a holiday spirit filled read. ( )
  thebookjunkiereads | Dec 21, 2016 |
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