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In "Home for Christmas," prizewinning reporter Jason Law returns home to win back the woman who slipped through his fingers. And in "All I Want for Christmas," Mac Taylor finds out the lengths to which his mischi ...more
Home for Christmas was a cute little short story. No real complaints. It was good for what it was.
But the second story, All I Want for Christmas... are you kidding me? ARE YOU KIDDING ME? YOU MUST BE KIDDING ME.
Nora Roberts is a fabulous writer. Even when I don't like her characters, I believe ...more
Both are about finding love or re-finding it and not just "the 2 of us" but ready made families.
It's always good when you finish a story with a big smile on your face.
From #1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts come two heartwarming Christmas stories of love and holiday magic.
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In Home for Christmas, prizewinning reporter Jason Law returns home to win back the woman who slipped through his fingers. And in All I Want for Christmas, Mac Taylor finds out the lengths to which his mischievous twin boys will go to find him the Christmas gift of new love.
Holiday Wishes includes a preview of J.D. Robb's Calculated i...more
That being said, this had both.
Home For Christmas was one of my least favorite set-ups. Rebel without a cause here skipped town and his girlfriend, who he happened to have sex with once, because he needed to see the bright lights of the big city, and of course she couldn't come along because all ...more
This short story was about 107 pages and centered on Jason Law and his ex-girlfriend, Faith Kirkpatrick. Jason’s been gone 10 years has decided it’s time to return home and try to win back the girl he left behind. Jason seemed to have been accepted back too easily and he really didn’t have to work hard to win back the girl or the rest of the town’s people. I wasn’t really that invested in the characters, or the story, for that matter. It was still Okay and had some cute moments ...more
"The Gift" McCauley was left with twin boys at an early age & he had been hurt badly. He didn't ...more
Yıllar önce terkettiği kasabasına Noel tatili için geri dönen ünlü gazeteci Jason Law yarım kalan aşkı Faith Monroe'yu hiç unutamamıştı..
Onunla karşılaştığında da aralarındaki aşkın hiç de bitmediğini görünce şansını tekrar denemeye karar vermişti..Fakat Faith'in hala ona oldukça kırgın olduğunu g ...more
I usually enjoy everything Nora Roberts writes, and these stories were no exception. I loved all of the characters, especially the twins in All I Want for Christmas. The characters were believable and the story lines were plausible. This wa ...more
Jason Law returns from travel abroad wondering about the girl he left behind, Faith Kirkpatrick, she has responsibilities he has wanderlust but can the two of them have a satisfying resolution to their mutual desire?
Zeke and Zach are twins who want a new mother from santa Their teacher Miss Davis looks perfect, but can they convince their dad?
Oh yeah, they'r ...more
My first Nora Roberts novel!
Actually I got another edition, also including the story "gabriels' angel".
Home for christmas: the shortest story. A little predictable.
Gabriels' angel: the longest story, maybe too long. Also predictable.
All I want for christmas: not too long, not too short. Refreshing plot, actually. Kind of funny. The best out of the three! Glad they kept this one for last ;-).
I didn't really get the christmas feeling, but it's a nice book.
I liked "All I want for Christmas" better of the two. I liked Nell a lot. And who can say No two those sweet twins Zeke and Zach?!
Both stories were a bit short, I like Nora Roberts style of elaborating and embellish her world so it get depth and believability.
All I want for Christmas. I love the twins. They are so adorable. Miracles are abound in this story- when Nell shows up, the twins believe that Santa Claus is answering their letter about getting a mom for Christmas. A made to order mom.
All I want for Christmas: Another cheesy cute story. Again totally predictable but it's a Christmas story :)
Eleanor Marie Robertson was born on October 10, 1950 in Silver Spring, Maryland, USA. She was the youngest of five children, also the only girl, of a marriage with Irish ancestors. Her family were avid readers, so books were always important in her life. She attended a Catholic school and credits the nuns with instilling in her a sense of discipline. During her ...more