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2011 Advent Calendar: I'll Be Home for Christmas (I'll Be Home for Christmas)

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It's the most fervent dream of the holidays: to have a life full of blooming romance and enduring devotion with love, joy, and even a touch of lust to warm the cold winter nights. No matter what holidays are celebrated, the idiom holds true: home is where the heart is.

Your Christmas present to yourself! A package of 31 stories, all with holiday flair.
ebook, 1st Edition
Published December 1st 2011 by Dreamspinner Press

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My rating scale for this is zero to five: 0 = absolutely hated it and 5 = Loved it (I give one star just for being M/M so Ella didn't even get that free star) I had to change that rule since some of the MM books just weren't good at all...

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Nikyta *Miss Forgetful*
Day 1 - A Wealth of Unsaid Words by R. Cooper - 4 stars - Review
Day 3 - Long Road Back by L.J. LaBarthe - 3.5 stars - Review
Day 7 - What Can Be by Mary Calmes - 4 stars - Review
Day 8 - Feels Like Home by Rowan McAllister - 4 stars - Review
Day 11 - Winter Rescue by Dawn Kimberly Johnson - 5 stars - Review
Day 12 - Jolly Old St. Barts by Joel Skelton - 3 stars - Review
Day 28 - No One Should Be Alone by Tinnean - 5 stars - Review
Rachel
I always look forward to when DSP has a daily dose/advent calendar coming up, I know there will be a bunch of fun stories. However, although I have enjoyed many that I've read so far, at the same time this seemed like a bit of an...uneven? range of stories in this collection, meaning that I thought there were some that were great, but the majority seemed to leave me feeling just OK or I didn't care for them. I love when they do these collections, but I felt like the quality was a bit lower this ...more
blub
3.5 stars

I read all the stories in the advent calendar and there was quite a few that I loved and some that were just good and well I didn't like. Overall not too bad and there were stories worth the money.
Sair
This is for "What Can Be" by Mary Calmes only
3.75 stars.
Feel good Christmas story
I will read this again.
melek
Average rating 3-5 stars all interesting storys
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Lacey-Anne Frye is a young, loner gal with too much time on her hands. Born and raised in Maryland, she became interested in writing when she was in the first grade, although her short plays and stories from back then are more embarrassing than her baby photos. She currently resides with her biggest fan, her mother, from whom Lacey-Anne inherited the storytelling gene.

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I'll Be Home for Christmas (1 - 10 of 31 books)
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  • Let It Snow
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