Mail-Order Brides for Christmas by Frankie Love, Hope Ford, Fiona Davenport, Kelli Callahan, S.E. Law and Tracy Lorraine
Genre: Erotica | Romance | Novella
Age Range: Adult Audience
Source: Give Me Books Promotions
Published on November 17th 2020
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Hope Ford: Website | Twitter | Goodreads
Tracy Lorraine: Website | Twitter | Goodreads
The Mistletoe Brothers are ready to save Snow Valley … even if it means marrying complete strangers.
The six women who arrive in this mountainside town all have very different reasons for agreeing to an arranged marriage. And none of them quite know what to make of the six ruggedly handsome brothers who greet them.
But they do know this: there’s no turning back.
It’s Christmas, the season for miracles … but is it also the season for falling in love?
Join six of your favorite romance authors this holiday as they show you around the most romantic town you’ve ever visited. It’s got an ice-skating rink where you can hold hands, hot cocoa to sip by the fire, and plenty of mistletoe that you can kiss under. This collection of all new stories are filled with high heat…because with six brothers, there are plenty of packages to unwrap.
Also included a brand new book: Unexpected Princess
I don’t really know the “right” way to review anthology. This one includes six novellas from six different authors. All of them tells a story about Mistletoe brother and what happens when they meet their mail-order bride. I don’t want to get that much into these stories because they were so short that revealing much would be spoiling them. I loved each and every novella besides maybe the last one.
Spencer by Tracy Lorraine was different from all the other ones. None from Mistletoe brothers met their brides until they traveled to marry them but Spencer actually knew Gabriella and I’m just not fan of the whole friends to lovers trope. It’s not to say that you wouldn’t like Spencer but it just wasn’t my cup of tea. It was good and heartbreaking but it didn’t touch me like the other ones.
Every other novella in this book was unreal sure but I couldn’t help but love them. It even crossed my mind once or twice while reading this anthology that I should join mail-order bride program too. That’s how much I enjoyed all the insta love.
All in all I only got interested in this collection because it included a novella from Fiona Davenport but I’m so glad I did. Five of these stories became my favorite Christmas stories even thought we didn’t really see them celebrating Christmas themselves. They were just getting married by then and decorating for Christmas.