Reader Review: I love Christmas anthologies and this was no exception. I really liked the way these 3 stories were set in different countries. It was like having 3 little packages of goodness for around the world and of course they are romantic and funny and entertaining, even though they are not very long.
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|Title of eBook: Unwrapped|
|Release Date: 10-02-2012|
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Chapter One"Santa can suck it." Blue Farrow kept an eye on the highway and tried to hit the buttons on the radio to change the station. She was going to grind her teeth down to nubs if she had to listen to Christmas songs for another twelve hours. It was like an IV drip of sugar and spice and it was making her cranky.
Was she the only one who thought a fat dude hanging around on your roof was a bit creepy? And why were those elves so happy in that Harry Connick Jr. song? Rum in the eggnog, that's why. Not to mention since when did three ships ever go pulling straight up to Bethlehem? She wasn't aware it was a major port city.
Yep. She was feeling in total harmony with Scrooge. "Bah, Humbug," she muttered when her only options on the radio seemed to be all Christmas all the time or pounding rap music.
Blue had never been a big fan of Christmas, never having experienced a normal one in her childhood since her flaky mother (yes, flaky considering she'd named her daughter after a color) had done Christmas experimental style every year, never the same way twice, disregarding any of her daughter's requests. The trend on feeling tacked onto her parents' Christmas had continued into Blue's adulthood, and this year she had been determined to have a great holiday all on her terms, booking herself on a cruise with her two equally single friends. She had turned down her mother's invitation to spend the holiday with an indigenous South American tribe and her father's request to join him with his barely legal wife and their baby girl, and instead she was going to sip cocktails in a bikini.
The road in fron...
Title: Unwrapped November 14, 2012 I love Christmas anthologies and this was no exception. I really liked the way these 3 stories were set in different countries. It was like having 3 little packages of goodness for around the world and of course they are romantic and funny and entertaining, even though they are not very long.
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Reviewer: A reader from HOUSTON, TX USA
November 14, 2012
I love Christmas anthologies and this was no exception. I really liked the way these 3 stories were set in different countries. It was like having 3 little packages of goodness for around the world and of course they are romantic and funny and entertaining, even though they are not very long.
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