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Christmas Proposals

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"Three proposals...beneath the mistletoe!"

HER CHRISTMAS ROMEO by Carole Mortimer

Italian executive Roberto Romeo seems very taken by his pretty sales assistant. So as the snow falls and the Christmas festivities begin, he sets about finding a new role for his fianc e!


Annie can scarcely believe it when her dynamic
ebook, 352 pages
Published November 1st 2007 by Harlequin Anthology (first published 2006)
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Alexis-Morgan Roark
"Her Christmas Romeo" - really? seriously? was okay. A few too many fairy tales/tragic romances wrapped up in one book for my tates, but I did enjoy our hero letting the "evil stepsister" (I kid you knot!) have it in the end!

"The Tycoon's Christmas Engagement" - uh...what the heck happened? I struggled with this one, folks. Too much going on. I almost wanted her with the stepbrother-at least he had some room for growth! Ok. Not really. Mitch is an okay hero, but he just...well, I think
Three wonderful festive romances from three different authors all contained in one volume.
In Her Christmas Romeo by Carole Mortimer Juliette literally bumps into the gorgeous Italian boss of the firm she is temporarily working for over the Christmas period but the two soon find that they have a mutual attraction and Roberto Romeo sets out to woo his Juliette for Christmas!
In the Tycoon's Christmas engagement by Rebecca Winters the sexy Mitch Reynolds is determine to make Annie his wife but first
The stories by Mortimer and Winters were meh, but the Lennox story was very good.

Mortimer's was a fun Christmas romp playing on some tired but never too-tired Romeo/Juliet elements (nothing really tragic, though, as this is a Christmas romance novella), but her writing style can get old after a while - between the exclamation points and the constant rehash of one damn event in the elevator within the first couple of pages that made little sense, I was ready to throw in the towel. It was worth f
Her Christmas Romeo by Carole Mortimer
Was worth it for the scene of the hero taking down the step-sister, but the heroine was a bit 2D.

Tycoon's Christmas Engagement by Rebecca Winters
1.5/5 CNF
I couldn't grasp any character's reasoning and motivations.

Bride for Christmas by Marion Lennox
This one had so much more than the other two. The H/H seemed like real people making real decisions. End seemed rushed, but it is a short story.

I do love these short story books. I don't know why, for some reason, wrapping things up quickly and cleanly is just appealing to me, I guess. Anyway, this is the first one of these books I've ever had that wasn't Christian, but it was still good. It wasn't dirty or anything, which was almost surprising since after I got it home (I got it in a book exchange store in Solvang) I realized it said Harlequin on the back. I was a little worried, but, no need. The characters in all three stories never ...more
Clean- not the best collection but definitely not the worst either... Good enough to reread each year
Short Christmas romance novellas where each young woman is swept away by her boss. Enjoyable but a little unrealistic as each had the couple falling in love and getting engaged or married in a matter of a couple of weeks. Guess that's what happens when you only have a little over 100 pages to tell the story.
Okay I only managed to finish the Marion Lennox short story, but it was good!
Even if she did have one of her characters recommending Fosters beer. *gag* That is just so wrong.
Her Christmas Romeo by Carole Mortimer, 5.12.11, 1*
The Tycoon's Christmas Engagement by Rebecca Winters, 6.12.11, 1*
A Bride For Christmas by Marion Lennox, 7.12.11, 2.5*
It was ok. I was in the mood for something Christmasy and it definitely gave me that.
All sweet stories, but I will "recycle" this book.

I only read the bride for Christmas.
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Carole Mortimer was born in a village in England that she claims was so small that "if you blinked as you drove through it you could miss seeing it completely!" She adds that her parents still live in the house where she first came into the world, and her two brothers live very close by.

Carole's early ambition to become a nurse came to an abrupt end after only one year of training due to a weaknes
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