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From USA TODAY Bestselling Authors Comes A Special In In Which One Magic Candle Beings Hope And Love To Three Women Three Short Stories In Which The Wintry Magic Of Crescent Cove, Vermont, Reaches Out To Touch Three Very Different Women During The Holiday Season Return Of The Light Maggie ShayneDori Stewart S Six Figure Manhattan Job Has Vanished, And Her Lover And Friends Have Vanished With It She S Scraping By As A Waitress And Awaiting The Day She Can Return To New York In Triumph Maybe A Ritual On The Winter Solstice Can Renew Her Wavering Faith What She Needs Is Just The Right Candleand Jason Farrar, An Old Boyfriend, By Her Side Star Light, Star Bright Anne StuartAngela McKenna Is Back In Crescent Cove After A Painful Divorce As If That Isn T Enough, She Discovers That Her Secret Teenage Crush Is Also Back In Town, Hiding From The World Her Christmas Could Use Brightening Up Maybe If She Bought A Special Candlemaybe If Brody Jackson Was With Her One For Each Night Judith ArnoldAlana Ross Needs A Candle, Too, One To Fit Her Late Grandmother S Antique Menorah Not Just Any Candle Will Do For Alana S First Hanukkah Open House In Crescent Cove, Everything Has To Be Perfect Maybe That Ll Make Her Feel At Home In Her New Town It Can T Hurt So Far She S Managed To Alienate Jeffrey Barrett, The Only Man To Show Any Interest In Her, By Accusing His Uncle In Print Of A Crime

10 thoughts on “Burning Bright

  1. says:

    You can find this review in English below.Esta antolog a nos muestra c mo se celebra la Navidad desde el punto de vista de tres fe diferentes.Star Light, Star Bright por Anne Stuart 5 Stars.Esta historia va derecha a mi lista de favoritas Es preciosa.Historia de segundas oportunidades cre ble, tierna, sin melodrama tan s lo dos personas que se reencuentran pasados los a os y sienten que estos no han mermado sus sentimientos.S lo por esta historia vale la pena leer la antolog a.One for each night por Judith Arnold 4 stars.Esta historia nos cuenta como Alana, una reportera del peri dico local, se da cuenta de que a veces hay que arriesgarse y confiar en el otro para conseguir algo maravilloso.Return of the light por Maggie Shayne 2 stars.Desgraciadamente esta ha sido la que menos me ha gustado Puede ser que haya sido porque no conozco la religi n que describe o porque no he llegado a comprender c mo la protagonista acaba en la situaci n que nos describe la autora, me ha parecido poco consistente, y no he conseguido conectar con ella.Pero, en general, vale la pena leerla aunque s lo sea por la historia de Anne Stuart.This anthology shows us how it is celebrated Christmas from the point of view of three different faiths.Star Light, Star Bright by Anne Stuart 5 Stars.This story goes right to my favorite s shelf It s beautiful.A credible story of second chances , tender, without melodrama it is about two people who are reunite years later and feel that the time has not lessened their feelings.This story is worth to read the anthology.One for each night by Judith Arnold 4 stars.This story tells us how Alana, a reporter for the local newspaper, realizes that sometimes you have to take a risk and trust another person to get something wonderful out of that.Return of the light by Maggie Shayne 2 stars.Unfortunately this has been the one I less liked It might have been because I do not know of the religion that is based on, or because I cannot understand how the heroine ends up in the situation that describes the author, it has seemed to me inconsistent, and I have not managed to connect with her.But, in general, it is worth reading it if only for Anne Stuart s story.

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    I was impressed with BURNING BRIGHT, a holiday anthology I have been going through my stash of Christmas related books recently Many of the anthologies I have read are just ordinary and I have had a hard time finishing many books I am lucky to find one out of the 3 5 romances that I could recommend to a friend BURNING BRIGHT was the exception and two of the three stories were really good The title refers to a candle shop in Crescent Cove, VT.STAR LIGHT, STAR BRIGHT by Anne Stuart was my favorite Ms Stuart is a hit or miss author with me I either love or dislike her romances Rarely is there a middle ground SLSB was a pleasant surprise Angela McKenna, Angel , has returned to VT after a divorce from her childhood sweetheart But could the childhood friend she left behind for the other boy she thought she loved have been her real true love Grab that hot chocolate and read the story to find out 5 StarsONE FOR EACH NIGHT by Judith Arnold was almost as good I haven t read anything by this author before but I will look for other books by her in the future Her story centers around Alana Ross, a reporter for the local paper in Crescent Cove Her grandmother passed away the previous year and she is trying relive her happy memories of Hanukkah in her new town With the help of a visiting lawyer that has come to town, does she have a chance Curl up with your hot tea and continue reading 4.5 StarsI was surprised that Maggie Shayne s RETURN OF THE LIGHT was my least favorite I have enjoyed some of her paranormal romances Dori Stewart left years before to make a name for herself She had money and prestige and lost it all only to return to her home town with her tail between her legs Her old love is the sheriff of the town I thought Jason Ferrar, the lawman, could have done better but to each his own 2 Stars for OK

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    3.5 StarsHarlequin Western Romance 1041Challenges RRRC December 2017 Monthly Challenge 7 National Flashlight Day Anti Stress Holiday Challenge 13 AMMP Rocking Around The Christmas Tree Challenge 9 The Christmas Song Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire Read a book with the word Song in the title OR has a fire on the cover By the Numbers Quarterly Challenge 2 Words

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    I really liked the concept of this anthology, three holiday stories from different faiths As a non religious person who grew up Buddhist, I definitely get tired of the endless stream of only Christian characters.The first story was a cute Christmas story And by Anne Stuart, which automatically puts it that much higher in my estimation And despite what I just said about being tired of only Christian characters, this was still my favorite novella in the bunch 4 5The second story was rather frustrating It centered on a Wiccan heroine who d lost her religion celebrating the winter solstice First of all, I had problems with the premise The heroine loses her six figure job and them somehow loses everything so that she s at the point of having to work as a waitress just to scrape by Did she have absolutely no sense of money management whatsoever No savings To be making that much money and then to lose everything as a result of losing her job just seems a bit extreme And the ending view spoiler I know it s everywhere in romance novels, but I don t find it particularly romantic for a heroine to give up a high paying job in order to move to a small town, marry the hero who actually makes less than the heroine s potential salary , and have his babies Just ew hide spoiler

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    Three novellas, all set in the same Vermont town during the winter holidays.I loved that they weren t all about Christmas I m sure I knew that when I pre ordered, but I d forgotten by the time I got it The first novella, by Anne Stuart, centered around Christmas the second focused on the Wiccan holiday of Solstice and the third was about Hanukkah.This was a perfect Christmas Eve Christmas Day read for mepositive, fun, light, mostly sweet, short, not requiring too much attention I enjoyed the first story a lot it had a lot of emotional depth for a novella The second didn t really work for me as romance, but I loved the heroine s character arc The third was enjoyable I m sure I would ve liked it had it been a novel, so that the romantic tension could ve had time to develop.It s put me in the mood for like this.

  6. says:

    I read at least one holiday i.e Christmas themed book every year, but this year I discovered a Chanukah themed romance collection Sadly I only liked one of the four stories I will be on the hunt for other Chanukah, Kwanzaa or Diwali themed books, because the holidays put most everyone in a good mood and I love celebrating even in my reading.

  7. says:

    I really appreciated Harlequin putting together an anthology of stories about non Christians celebrating their winter holidays Hanukkah and Winter Solstice I just wish they had been better.

  8. says:

    This is very good three stories, three religoius views, three different store owners helping three different women make their holday dreams come true.