Regency Christmas Magic

Regency Christmas Magic Now fans can experience the magic of love during the holiday season with five of their favorite authors

  • Title: Regency Christmas Magic
  • Author: Amanda McCabe Edith Layton Allison Lane Barbara Metzger Sandra Heath
  • ISBN: 9780451213358
  • Page: 499
  • Format: Paperback
  • Now fans can experience the magic of love during the holiday season with five of their favorite authors.

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    1. I know it’s early in the year, but I’m already in the mood for a good sappy Christmas read. I love to read at least one Regency Christmas romance during the Christmas season. And, as you can tell by this review, sometimes I need that touch of whimsy during the year -- even in the dead of summer!This particular book was a mixed bag. I find this often happens with short story anthologies. Overall, I’d say the book was “ok”. I liked it, but speaking generally of the book, it didn’t exac [...]

    2. 5 Regency Christmas short stories with a magical twist, this made for a pleasant afternoon reading.Amanda McCabe - Upon a Midnight ClearThis story has an original heroine, a Jamaican girl who makes soaps and perfumes. She has come to England to accompany a childhood friend. Then she meets a British naval officer who thinks he is unworthy of love because of his scars and they fall in love with each other. Grade: 3.5/5Allison Lane - The Ultimate MagicI was left with the feeling that this was part [...]

    3. First short story was tolerable, merely average, unusual heroine, but the second, gosh, The Ultimate Magic by Allison Lane was an awful story. Painful to read. I felt like I was being tortured trying to finish it. It was short so I determined to complete it, but my, it was so very, very silly plot-wise and the writing style was immensely awkward and irritating. It was so bad I had to put down the book for an extended break because I had such a clenched feeling in my stomach from reading that tri [...]

    4. I wasn't a big fan of short stories in the past but, in the last couple of years I found that I needed something to fill shorter periods of time and I prefer regencies because they also provide structure. I picked up this book because I saw the dependable Barbara Metzger on the cover. Some of the stories in this collection were better than others but, overall, it was a satisfying collection on the Christmas theme.

    5. A little magic at Christmas is always welcome, and these five long short stories are just the thing for a cold winter's evening. All of them are of a high standard as one would expect from the authors represented.

    6. A great selection of Regency magical Romance stories. There is a little magic in each story from Fairies to Lost loves. I enjoyed the beauty of the season through the stories to give us a glimpse of the season during the Regency era. The stories are well written and diverse.

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