PHYLLIS CAMPBELL, LIZ HUNTER, REBECCA GOINGS
Rating: 4 Cups
Underneath the Mistletoe
Faith is not a fan of Christmas; her previous experiences have not been good. Now her
new and gorgeous neighbor Jeremy is trying to get her to celebrate the season with
him. She is tempted.
His beautiful new neighbor Faith intrigues Jeremy. He loves Christmas and cannot
understand why she dislikes it and him. He convinces her to go to a party and hopes to
break down her defenses.
Just before Christmas, a man overcomes his beautiful neighbor’s reluctance to
celebrate the holiday and life. They both get more than they ever imagined.
Blame it on the Mistletoe
Betsy is trying to get her life back together after a devastating marriage. She has
sealed up all of her emotions until Steve and his little boy move in next door.
Steve’s beloved wife died just after last Christmas. He thinks that he will never find that
kind of love again. Then he meets the sad woman next door.
Two people who have suffered great loss meet and help each other heal, all in time for
It Must have been the Mistletoe
Brooke is the outcast of her family; they did not believe her when she was raped and left
pregnant by an old boyfriend. When she lost the baby after another beating, they thought
she had an abortion. The worst of the lot is her cousin Robin.
Justin is being railroaded into marriage. Between his mother and Robin he has had little
choice in this matter. On the day of the rehearsal, he runs away to his best friend’s cabin
in the mountains. Only there is a stowaway in the back of the Jeep - Brooke.
This seasonal collection of stories has a theme of children lost and Christmas found.
Each of the stories is heartwarming and I enjoyed all of them. The stories help each of
the couples find the true spirit of Christmas, and are uplifting without being saccharine.
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Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance