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Once Upon a Christmas Wedding Box Set

(The Wicked Winters #2 – Wedded in Winter)

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Once Upon a Chstmas Wedding

MY NEW RELEASE REVIEW of

HELL’S WEDDING BELLS

Part of The Once Upon a Christmas Wedding Anthology

by Annabelle Anders

Synopsis:

Lady Lila Breton is the eldest daughter of the Earl of Quimbly, her former fiancé the Earl of Blakely featured in Hell’s Belle. When the engagement was broken Quimbly moved his family to the far NW of England. The story opens on Lila’s wedding day to a duke she’s never met. Hard working Vincent Saint-Pierre is now the Duke of Pemberth since his brother whom he adored died three months earlier leaving him with a seemingly bankrupt duchy.

My Thoughts:

I received an ARC of this title which is only one of the books in this 27 best-selling international author collection.
Lady Lila Breton is about to be wed to a man she has never met before. Will he be old and decrepit or the man of her dreams?

Vincent St. Pierre is that groom. He must marry Lila in order to wipe clean a debt to her father that the previous Duke, his deceased brother owed. Not only did he leave the Dukedom destitute upon his suicidal death, he left Vincent with an unwanted bride also.

Lila is not at all what Vincent expected. Not only is she a beauty but quite intelligent and more than willing to help him with the accounts which are in disarray.

What Lila finds is a surprise to them both. Not only did Vincent’s brother not take his own life, he was murdered. The person at the top of Lila’s list of suspects is someone she fears but she doesn’t dare tell Vincent as it may endanger his life also.

I gave this tale 4.25 of 5.0 stars for story line and characterization.
I read this novella twice. As the release day nears I wish I could read more of this collection. You can be certain that I will be on the lookout for the release.



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TWO LADY SCOUNDRELS AND A DUKE
by Tessa Candle

A WICKED WEDDING
by Laura Trentham

THE RUSSIAN BETROTHAL
by Elsa Holland

THE MISTLETOE MISTRESS
by Maddison Michaels

DEEDS NOT WORDS
by Ashe Barker

HOLLY AND THE BEAST
by Annabel Joseph

THE WINTER BRIDE
by Emma V Leech

MISTLETOE KISSES
by Elise Marion

THE CHRISTMAS COUNTESS
by K.J. Jackson


MY NEW RELEASE REVIEW of

MISCHIEF AND MISTLETOE

Part of The Once Upon a Christmas Wedding Anthology

by Stacy Reid

Synopsis:

Callisto Middleton desires to see her mother married to the Earl of Deerwood and, unknown to the couple, plans to help their romance along! Deerwood’s son Graham, Viscount Sherbrooke, intends to stop the mischief but finds himself irresistibly drawn to the scheming minx. Once in close quarters, mistletoe enflames the situation and passion ignite.

My Thoughts:

I received an ARC of Stacy Reid’s contribution to this lengthy anthology in addition to Hell’s Wedding Bells from Annabelle Anders.

Who could imagine that mother and daughter would be attracted to father and son?
This tale happens to be my favorite so far but I have only completed two of these twenty seven stories and started reading another. This anthology may last me into the new year.

I gave this tale 4.5 of 5.0 stars. This one was a bit more steamy than Annabelle Anders contribution.
Both novellas are very good reads though and now that the collection has released and I have bought it I will be wading my way through this extensive collection.
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Watch for more reviews to come from this extensive collection!

KIDNAPPED WITH THE KNIGHT
by Emily Murdoch

THE RUSSIAN PRINCE’S BRIDE
by Mariah Stone


CHRISTMAS CHARITY

by Beverley Oakley

Reluctant courtesan, Charity, has found true love with Hugo, her first and only client. But when poet and artist, Hugo, is tricked into gambling away his impending inheritance, Charity finds herself at the mercy of Madam Chambon and her infamous house of ill-repute.

Can the two young lovers thwart the conspiracy between Hugo’s social-climbing father, and slippery cousin Cyril, so Hugo can make Charity his Christmas bride?


THE ANGEL OF AN ASTRONOMER
by Linda Rae Sande

WASSAIL, WAGERS AND WEDDINGS
by S. Cinders

HIGHLAND YULE
by Sky Purington

MARRYING MISS BRIGHT
by Dayna Quince

THE LADY’S GUIDE TO MISTLETOE AND MAYHEM
by Emmanuelle de Maupassant

BEAUTIFULLY RECKLESS
by Virginia Taylor

KISS ME, MACRAE
by Amy Sandas

HOLLY AND OLD LACE
by Vanessa Brooks

HOME FOR CHRISTMAS
by Celeste Jones

A SPINSTER AT THE HIGHLAND COURT
by Celeste Barclay

THE HOLIDAY HUSSY
by Merry Farmer

DECEMBER DEBAUCHERY
by Em Brown

WEDDED IN WINTER
by Scarlett Scott

Twenty-seven heartwarming historical romances,

all set during the festive season.

‘Tis the season… for wedding bells!

But, the path of true love never did run smooth… as our brides and grooms soon discover.

From the snowbound Highlands to candlelit ballrooms, follow our fearless heroines as they scorn etiquette and defy danger in pursuit of their heart’s desire.


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