I enjoyed this Christmas collection of novellas. Although I pretty much liked all of the books, there were some I enjoyed more than others. A few of the novellas are connected, with overlapping characters and settings. They did all seem able to stand alone, though, even if they had characters in common.
One of my favorite stories of the collection was A Trusting Heart by Carrie Turansky. I felt sorry for the situation that Annika found herself in and enjoyed watching the way the entire scenario played out.
The other stories that stood out as favorites of the collection for me were: One Evergreen Night by Debby Lee, All Ye Faithful by Gina Welborn, and A Carpenter Christmas by Mary Davis. These stories took place around a logging camp and I just really enjoyed the setting and watching the various characters find their happily ever afters.
The remaining stories were set during a Colorado blizzard and were about a set of friends finding their own happy endings and true love in each novella.
I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
From a Wyoming ranch in 1880, to a logging camp in Washington Territory in the late 1800s, to Denver, Colorado, in 1913, meet nine couples who find that Christmas is the perfect time for climbing to the heights of romance. Watch as their faith and courage propel them through challenges that come with mountain winters to cozy fireside celebrations that lead to lasting proclamations of love. Penned by an exclusive selection of Christian fiction authors—including Susan Page Davis, Vickie McDonough, and Carrie Turansky—this collection of nine romances is one to treasure.
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