Our First Christmas ~ Klover Review



Our First Christmas by Lisa Jackson, Mary Burton, Mary Carter & Cathy Lamb

The perfect stocking stuffer read! It’s like getting four stockings instead of one on Christmas morning. I enjoyed each and every one of these short stories and it has left me firmly in the holiday spirit.

If you aren’t familiar with any of these authors, this is a perfect way to get to know them and their writing style. For long-time fans this is a superb holiday treat. It’s a great combination of romance, mystery, longing, love, and ultimately the feelings brought on by Christmas.

So if you are looking to get a jump start into the holidays or know someone who loves a quick read, this would be a wonderful addition to any nightstand with the holidays approaching.

T~
*ARC provided by Kensington
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"It's that time of year when the world falls in love. . ."

Join four of your favorite authors for tales of Christmas romance to remember forever.

"Our First Christmas," Lisa Jackson

Megan Johnson's marriage is over—or so she thinks. When her husband Chris lands in the hospital, fighting for his life, she remembers the unexpected joy of their first Christmas together.

"A Ranger for Christmas," Mary Burton

The holidays bring painful memories for history professor Marissa Thompson. Agreeing to help Texas Ranger Lucas Cooper solve a case offers the perfect distraction. But as danger threatens, the joy of love has never been more tempting.

"A Southern Christmas," Mary Carter

Reporter Danielle Bright is heading home for the holidays to write up a feature story about Christmas down south—and possibly win back her ex. But Sawyer, the sexy photographer along for the ride, is determined to jingle her bells.

"Christmas in Montana," Cathy Lamb

Family is the ideal antidote to getting fired, but Laurel Kelly isn't prepared for the changes at home in Montana—or the fact that her college boyfriend Josh Reed now owns the family land. But a blue Christmas could be the perfect surprise for a holiday to remember.

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