Review: Mistletoe Wishes by Carole Mortimer, Jane Porter and Catherine George

Format Read: e-ARC provided by NetGalley courtesy of the publisher

Series: -|-
Publisher: Harlequin
Genre: Holiday > Christmas > Romance
Release date:  October 4th 2011
Formats Available: e-Book, Hardcover, kindle, nook
Number of pages: 320 pages
Purchase information: Jane Porter Website, Goodreads, kindle, nook

Book Blurb:

The Billionaire’s Christmas Gift by Carole Mortimer


Nick Steele’s heart is closed to everyone but his daughter. He will do anything to make this Christmas special for his little girl, though sharing the holidays with her impossibly attractive teacher wasn’t at all what he had planned. But the lovely and vibrant Ms. Beth Morgan soon has Nick rethinking his own wish list. Might there be room for one more special lady in his life?


One Christmas Night in Venice by Jane Porter


Five years ago a car accident killed her husband and unborn child—or so Diane Mayer had thought. Then she sees Dominic Coducci alive and well before her eyes, looking as shocked as she! Dom is determined to put his family back together, whatever it takes. But Diane needs to be sure about her husband’s feelings before she can share his bed again.


Snowbound with the Millionaire by Catherine George

Georgia had no intention of spending her Christmas marooned with a sexy millionaire. She wanted to be alone, to lick her wounds and nurse her broken heart. But Chance—her gorgeous rescuer—was making it difficult for Georgia to concentrate on her misery! Though a snowstorm raged outside the mansion, inside things were quickly heating up….

 My Thoughts:

The Billionaire’s Christmas Gift by Carole Mortimer
Beth has problems with her relationships since an accident took away her husband and both her parents and now three years later she’s dealing with intense fellings toward Nick, a parent off one little student of her. Nick is a widower just like Beth the only diference is that he never get to know what means to love someone. So when he discovers stranges thoughts and fellings is a bit harder for him to understand what he feels really means.

I though the story was a little too fast but since this is a Christmas anthology I can accept that and knowing they had their happy ending makes everything even better. Loved Bekka she’s been through a lot and is still a sweet girl with a loving heart, and the adoptive animals was very fun.

One Christmas night in Venice

The book started very sad, bought of them suffered for years thinking the other was death. While Diane was left alone in New York, Domenico had the help of his family. They were in a car accident and their injuries were deatly. Domenico was very rich Italian Count and his family had problems accepting his marriage with a poor American, but they fought and started a family together. I loved the story and how the decided to give another chance for their relationship and accepted better this one because they had a past together so it was easy for me to understand their need to be together after three days.
Snowbound with the millionaire

Third and final book, and so far my favorite, is a quick love story. Georgia is having a not so great year and she decided to spend Christmas all alone in a cabin her parents rented a while back, but there’s also a snow avalanche and the sexy neighbor came to her rescue.

The book has a good pace and things are set during 4 days, and since both are in love with each other, they just need to find some way to really get along and discover their feelings. I liked this one and fealt really angry sometimes with a character but that’s the fun part.
Rating:  


Challenges:
The BLI Holiday Reading ChallengeThe Christmas Spirit Reading Challenge
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