Christmas Wishes is a sweet holiday anthology by four different authors. Book one, Christmas Wishes, I had already read as a stand-alone book. Lee has lost her son in a tragic accident and a divorce soon followed. Al has lost his beloved wife and is now raising his little girl. The couple meet in a cemetery and a whirlwind romance follows.
Christmas Wishes is a lovely little story.
In Central Bark at Christmas, Tennyson has been dumped by her horrible boyfriend, and has since swore off men. Par has time only for his job and visiting the local dog park. When they find an abandoned dog, this pup may just be the glue that brings them together.
Central Bark at Christmas is a heart-warming Christmas tale and will appeal especially to dog lovers.
In Halo’s Wish, heroine Halo Carlyle is undercover as a receptionist looking into missing show animals suspected of being snatched by a security company. The job is provided to her by her friend, Corny Myers, who owns a pet detective agency. Enter Dr. Richard McFarland, a local veterinarian, and the sparks fly!
Halo’s Wish is uplifting with the right amount of comedy, romance and charm.
In A Christmas Hope, Clara owns a fast failing culinary tour business called The Perfect Plate. Nearly deplete of savings, she knows that if her upcoming Christmas tour fails, she is out of business for good. By chance, Clara sees a television program featuring Sam Richards, and feels his cheese making business may be the ticket to a successful tour, thus saving her fledgling little business.
Sam has no interest in Christmas since a family tragedy years earlier. He also has no interest in Clara’s proposition. But how long can he refuse her?
A Christmas Hope is a lovely story, and probably my favorite of the four.
As a whole, Christmas Wishes is a wonderful Christmas anthology with a wide variety in the stories. I think they do better as stand-alone books, than as an anthology but that is just my opinion. Each story is well written, and the theme of Christmas ties them together. I prefer my stories on the sweeter, and this does not disappoint.
Four sweet Christmas stories from your favorite romance authors to warm your heart for the holidays.
Christmas Wishes-Danica Winters
Christmas at Central Bark-Jennifer Conner
Christmas Hope-Casey Dawes