'Tis The Season (Christmas Anthology): Under the Mistletoe/A Baby for Christmas/Christmas Angel/Home for Christmas



✈ [PDF / Epub] ✅ 'Tis The Season (Christmas Anthology): Under the Mistletoe/A Baby for Christmas/Christmas Angel/Home for Christmas By Lisa Jackson ✸ – E17streets4all.co.uk Nothing is merrier than a holiday romance and this book brings readers four new enchanting tales of love, including Kat Martin s Christmas Angel, Elaine Coffman s Under the Mistletoe, Katherine Sutcli Nothing is merrier than a holiday romance and this book brings readers four new enchanting tales of love, including Kat Martin s Christmas Angel, Elaine Coffman s Under the Mistletoe, Katherine Sutcliffe s Home for Christmas, and Lisa Jackson s A Baby for Christmas.'Tis The Season (Christmas Anthology): Under the Mistletoe/A Baby for Christmas/Christmas Angel/Home for Christmas

Lisa Jackson is the number one New York Times bestselling author ofthan novels, including Afraid to Die, Tell Me, You Don t Want to Know, Running Scared, Without Mercy, Malice, and Shiver She is also the co author of the Colony Series, co written with her sister, Nancy Bush There are over million copies of Lisa Jackson s books in print in twenty languages Before she became a nationally bestselling author, Lisa Jackson was a mother struggling to keep food on the table by writing novels, hoping against hope that someone would 'Tis The Kindle - pay her for them Today, neck deep in murder, her books appear on The New York Times, the USA Today, and the Publishers Weekly national bestseller listsWith over thirty bestsellers to her name, Lisa Jackson is a master of taking readers to the edge of sanity and back in novels that buzz with dangerous secrets and deadly passions She continues to be fascinated by the minds and motives of both her killers and their pursuers the personal, the professional and downright twisted As she builds the puzzle of relationships, actions, clues, lies and personal histories that haunt her protagonists, she must also confront the fear and terror faced by her victims, and the harsh and enduring truth that, in the real world, terror and madness touch far too many lives and families.

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  • Paperback
  • 448 pages
  • 'Tis The Season (Christmas Anthology): Under the Mistletoe/A Baby for Christmas/Christmas Angel/Home for Christmas
  • Lisa Jackson
  • English
  • 08 November 2019
  • 0821757814

10 thoughts on “'Tis The Season (Christmas Anthology): Under the Mistletoe/A Baby for Christmas/Christmas Angel/Home for Christmas

  1. says:

    Under the Mistletoe by Elaine Coffman Holly Noel Winter had been married 3 times She had twin girls by the first, another girl by the 2nd and 4th by the 3rd When he and her sister brother in law were all killed, she swore off men and took her 3 nieces to raise Then she moved back into her old house A Baby for Christmas by Lisa Jackson Annie McFarlane had several miscarriages before her divorce When a baby is left on her doorstep in a storm, she falls in love The baby is her niece an Under the Mistletoe by Elaine Coffman Holly Noel Winter had been married 3 times She had twin girls by the first, another girl by the 2nd and 4th by the 3rd When he and her sister brother in law were all killed, she swore off men and took her 3 nieces to raise Then she moved back into her old house A Baby for Christmas by Lisa Jackson Annie McFarlane had several miscarriages before her divorce When a baby is left on her doorstep in a storm, she falls in love The baby is her niece and when the father shows up to claim her, fireworks happen Christmas Angel by Kat Martin Angel Summer is a southerner who s family and land were destroyed by Yankees When Josh, her teen love, returns after fighting for the Yankees, she s torn Home for Christmas by Katherine Sutcliffe Gigi Valemere is broke and trying to rebuild her father s stables When the new owner of her old home turns out to be the doctor who can save her father and the father of her prize student changes start to happen

  2. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Under the Mistletoe Elaine Coffman 2 5 This story could have been good Holly irritated me from the start, what with not caring that her kids were running wild over Stanley s property And I loved Stanley Yes he was grumpy and isolated, but I liked his lonely personality the kind that begs someone to reach out and accept him Instead, the author designs it so that Holly only really accepts him after he has made changes in his looks and personality And then Holly comments on how much sh Under the Mistletoe Elaine Coffman 2 5 This story could have been good Holly irritated me from the start, what with not caring that her kids were running wild over Stanley s property And I loved Stanley Yes he was grumpy and isolated, but I liked his lonely personality the kind that begs someone to reach out and accept him Instead, the author designs it so that Holly only really accepts him after he has made changes in his looks and personality And then Holly comments on how much she likes them before she accepts him As though he wasn t good enough before That is my least favorite part of this whole story I liked the nerdy Stanley, not the one with personality and charm A Baby for Christmas Lisa Jackson 2 5 Heroine who can t have her own children finds a baby on her doorstep and cares for it for a few days and falls in love Then, a guy claiming to be the baby s dad shows up and says thanks we ll be on our way now They argue, agree to wait out a paternity test, but he s not taking off and they find themselves falling in love Super fast falling in love here Not really believable how do you fall in love lust with a guy who has every intention of taking a baby that you ve just fallen in love with right out of your life Christmas Angel Kat Martin 3 5 Hero and heroine have a history he left her to join the Union Army while she stayed behind as a part of the Confederacy They did not part on good terms Now he s back with the army as a doctor and she is not very happy to see him or any Union officer for that matter A decent story I m not a huge fan of anything Civil War related and this is no exception The characters are worthwhile and the plot engaging I just don t like the bitterness and the time period of the Civil War I also don t care for how quickly Angel just gives up on her convictions and hatred it needed a bitworking through in my opinion.Home for Christmas 3 5 Heroine is a horse trainer whose Dad is really sick She s really bitter about how her life has turned out, how much money they don t have and how they had to sell their old house, etc Along comes this strange guy who is kind of an ass at times, but not in a hateful way And if he could just overcome his baggage, he could help make her dreams come true This one intrigued me quite a bit I REALLY liked Neil Ellison, but I wish we could have gotten a view into his head or something because I was often confused about his motivations and responses I sometimes found it hard to believe that he did love the heroine, but then we d see proof of it This could have been a fantastic story with a bit somethingI don t know what

  3. says:

    Great collection of christmas stories One historical the others arecontemporary I especially like the one involving an older bachelor who had been raised by his father and has really no understanding of interaction with females Lo and behold a family moves in next door all female and quite a lot of them at that I even loved the interaction involving the neighboring pets.

  4. says:

    Book rating average of four stories 3 stars Under the Mistletoe by Elaine Coffman3 stars A Baby for Christmas by Lisa Jackson2.5 stars Christmas Angel by Kat Martin3.5 stars Home for Christmas by Katherine Sutcliffe3 stars

  5. says:

    These were very good Christmas romance stories Just a little warning there are vivid sexual scenes in each story You may want to skip this book if this is not what you are looking for.

  6. says:

    Four stories are crammed into one 450 page book, so it goes without saying that they re all pretty shallow not in depth They re all right to pass the time, but ultimately very forgettable.

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