Unwrapped

Unwrapped Blue ChristmasWhile a blizzard blankets the world outside Blue Farrow burrows into the arms of her highway hunk at the No Tell Motel The road might be closed for dangerous conditions but the couple

  • Title: Unwrapped
  • Author: Donna Kauffman Erin McCarthy Kate Angell
  • ISBN: 9780758251336
  • Page: 111
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Blue ChristmasWhile a blizzard blankets the world outside, Blue Farrow burrows into the arms of her highway hunk at the No Tell Motel The road might be closed for dangerous conditions, but the couple navigates their own Kentucky Christmas curves Nice and oh so naughty, Blue and her man open up to each other as they keep the yule log burningSanta in a KiltThe wind whippedBlue ChristmasWhile a blizzard blankets the world outside, Blue Farrow burrows into the arms of her highway hunk at the No Tell Motel The road might be closed for dangerous conditions, but the couple navigates their own Kentucky Christmas curves Nice and oh so naughty, Blue and her man open up to each other as they keep the yule log burningSanta in a KiltThe wind whipped December sands of the isle of Kinloch invigorate Kira McLeod as she sets out to tame rugged Shay Callaghan, a Scottish bachelor as wary of a wedding ring as a snowman is of the hot sun It ll take all the wiles of the canny islanders to weave a perfect Celtic Christmas for allSnow AngelSnowed under in Chicago, free spirit Allie is trapped in Dutton s department store on Christmas Eve when the lights go off and the holiday romance heats up Our snow angel finds herself face to face with the dashing Aiden, the heir to the retail riches and her host for a night of winter wonder

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    1. nocturnereadsLet me start by saying that I love anthologies and especially Christmas anthologies. Each short story/novella is the perfect length to read and enjoy with a cup of tea under the tree. In fact, I love reading Christmas anthologies right through the year (Christmas in July is another favorite time to re-read my set of Christmas anthologies…)I started with Ms McCarthy's story not only because it was first in the book, but because it was a rainy night and my sister was travelling the [...]

    2. 3 nouvelles de Noël :la première est choupi mais moyenne, ya une tempête de neige la construction d'un bonhomme de neige, des instants graou mais l'insta-love est pas hyper crédible deuxième c'est le 3e highlander *coeur coeur coeur* *soupirs soupirs* ici on a l'histoire de Shay et Kira qui se sautent ENFIN dessus et on couine GRAVE !!la troisième est mimi, alors on a un prologue avec une rencontre toride puis les héros se retrouvent par hasard 3 ans après, coincé dans un grand magasin [...]

    3. Blue Christmas - Erin McCarthyWhile a blizzard blankets the world outside, Blue Farrow burrows into the arms of her highway hunk at the No Tell Motel. The road might be closed for dangerous conditions, but the couple navigates their own Kentucky Christmas curves. Nice and oh-so-naughty, Blue and her man open up to each other as they keep the Yule log burning.Definitely a fun story. Blue is on the way to Miami for a cruise when she gets caught in a blizzard. She is rescued by Christian and they g [...]

    4. This Review is only for Donna Kauffma's Story "Santa in a Kilt" I will update once I post for the other authors. The long awaited story of Shay! I loved Shay from the first story book, this story was so well written for Shay. If you ever think love isn't in store for you as Shay thought, you have another thing coming, especially during Saint Nicholas Time! Kira was a strong women from her first introduction and holds true to it till the end. Blaine finally gets to be happy with his one and true [...]

    5. This was ok for a holiday anthology. None of the stories WOWed me. I wanted the book mainly for Donna Kauffman's story, and that one was good. I liked Shay and Kira, and I liked that there really was no drama or big misunderstanding. They had some issues to work through, but they did it together. The other two stories were ok, but nothing to write home about.

    6. A fun collection of Christmas novellas. The romances became serious very fast but that seems to be the way novellas are.

    7. I originally picked this one up for Donna Kauffman’s story and discovered Erin McCarthy’s quirky and hilarious Blue Christmas instead! Blue was a Scroogish personality, but between Christian’s cheesy moments and gentlemanly behavior (at least outside the bedroom!) he manages to show Blue why Christmas is a holiday worth celebrating!Kate Angell’s Snow Angel starts out with a little white lie that could cost Aidan a chance with Allie. The story had potential. I liked Aidan, but didn’t ca [...]

    8. Unwrapped by Erin McCarthy, Donna Kauffman and Kate AngellGrade: B-“Santa can suck it.”Unwrapped is a collection of three short stories Blue Christmas by Erin McCarthy, Santa in a Kilt by Donna Kauffman and Snow Angel by Kate Angell. All three stories take place around or on Christmas and two of the three stories are all about the holiday. I’m not usually a fan of anthologies but I actually enjoyed this one a lot more then I thought I was going to and found that by reading it I have gotten [...]

    9. Blue Christmas by Erin McCarthy- Loved this one! Erin McCarthy is one of those authors who can take a novella and make me feel like I am experiencing a full length novel. I loved Blues funky personality and her ability to make Christian care for her so quickly. She was spunky and real and I felt like she was wrote with a completeness not often found in short works. Her mothers selfish Christmas traditions had left Blue feeling disconnected with the holiday spirit. Christian took it upon himself [...]

    10. Blue Christmas by Erin McCarthyIn Blue Christmas, Erin McCarthy sets her story in Kentucky. While on her way to Florida and a Christmas cruise in the Caribbean, Blue Farrow hits a blizzard and another car while driving through a Kentucky highway. Luckily she collides with Christian Dawes, a hunky gentleman and a Santa in the making. They wind up spending an unforgettable night at the No Tell Motel unwrapping each other for Christmas.I loved this novella by McCarthy. Blue is a bit of a Scrooge tr [...]

    11. Hmmmm, a Christmas anthology. Three romantic stories, one book, with Christmas as the theme? Sounds good right? Well, it mostly was; let me break it down by story:Blue Christmas by Erin McCarthyThis was my first time reading anything by Erin McCarthy, but it most certainly will not be my last. I read Blue Christmas, approximately 90 pages, in one sitting. The main character'’s name is Blue, and she meets her leading man with fate’s help of a car accident due to a massive snow storm. (Fortuna [...]

    12. 3.5 star - I am scouring the shelves for Christmas set romance anthologies - I really like these during the holidays:)Blue Christmas - Erin McCarty - When an accident brings together an unlikely pair (she's bah, humbug and he's ho ho ho all the way) the result is a sweet and steamy Christmas Eve. I loved this Blue and Christian, she's sassy and vibrant and he is such a nice guy and sexy to boot, plus the chemistry and interactions between the pair really made me feel the connection between them. [...]

    13. A short story collection sent to me around Christmas--many thanks, Shayne!I liked the Scottish setting on the small island of Kilnoch in Santa in a Kilt, but the story was my least favorite because firstly, it was clearly a tack-on to longer stories in the same location about the characters' friends and didn't totally feel like it stood on its own. Secondly, all of the tension holding the two main characters apart--if they were really being held apart at all--was completely manufactured. He's a [...]

    14. Well, Unwrapped is a book that contained three stories, Blue Christmas by Erin McCarthy, Santa in a Kilt by Donna Kauffman and Snow Angel by Kate Angell. I don't usually read books that has different stories by different authors. You end up reading stories that range from really bad to really good. But, I saw this at my local library, and since I was determined to be in a better Christmas spirit especially having had such a bad year, I decided to pick this book up. Boy, am I glad I did. Out of t [...]

    15. Santa in a KiltKira and Shay were clearly meant to be together, but the only way they are going to make it work is if they can both put aside their insecurities and accept each other as they are.Can they both put everything aside and simply be together?Blue ChristmasFantastic, Fun, and Festive!Blue and Christian are so opposite, and for that reason they seem to complete each other. If they can make their holiday romance into a real relationship they will be an amazing couple. Plus they already h [...]

    16. Santa in a KiltKira and Shay were clearly meant to be together, but the only way they are going to make it work is if they can both put aside their insecurities and accept each other as they are.Can they both put everything aside and simply be together?Blue ChristmasFantastic, Fun, and Festive!Blue and Christian are so opposite, and for that reason they seem to complete each other. If they can make their holiday romance into a real relationship they will be an amazing couple. Plus they already h [...]

    17. Santa in a Kilt by Donna KauffmanA Scottish romance; Kira MacLeod and Shay Callaghan, have had an attraction for a long time but are finally getting the courage to go for it. This was a MEH, for me. It wasn't bad it just didn't really get me that interested. Blue Christmas by Erin McCarthyMy favorite in this anthology. Blue Farrow hates Christmas and is trying to make her way to Florida, avoiding the holiday all together on a cruise. A blizzard and a car accident leave her stranded with hunky, C [...]

    18. I actually liked all of these stories. Blue Christmas was my least favorite and I think that was because I found Blue a little repetative but I still give this one 3 1/2 stars. Santa in a Kilt was my favorite but I have no idea why they picked that title. I have read the other books/stories in this series and have enjoyed them as well. Shay and Kira were both such great characters. 4 1/2 stars for this one. I also really liked Snow Angel even though the plot was very similar to the plot of Blue [...]

    19. 4 Steamy Stars.In this book we get to meet Blue and Christian. And the result is a sweet andsteamy Christmas Eve. The chemistry and interactions between the pair really made me feell the connection between them. I liked that the author didn't rush to cement the HEA and force any I loveyou's. I felt the time frame was too short, but still left us with a satisfying Happily-For-Now.With the promise of an Ever After. If your looking for a very festive sexy story to put you in themood for the holiday [...]

    20. This was a Christmas anthology of three contemporary romances. All well done in a short number of pages.Blue Christmas by Erin McCarthy and Snow Angel by Kate Angell both had females that needed extra attention from their men to discover how to enjoy Christmas and relationships. These stories were stand alones. Santa in a Kilt by Donna Kauffman had a divorce lawyer who needed to learn that he could find a long term, true and lasting love. This story carried over characters from other books. Fun, [...]

    21. It's hard to rate this only because the Kaufman book is part of a series that I own but haven't read yet. Snow Angel was my favorite of the three stories, I would give that 4 stars because it reminded me of an old movie. McCarthy's was good too. And I did like the heroine name Blue and the hero was a sweetie. Publishers should stop putting series stuff in mixed with new solo stories. Do it all new or all series. It's not fair to readers or authorsO

    22. The McCarthy story was pretty good; the Kauffman one was very poor; and the Angell one, while it may have had a nice concept, was executed so poorly I gave up around half-way through. (Bad characterization; incredibly false-to-reality behavior; extremely bad writing style overall. I don���t mind subject-verb sentences, but when that���s all that���s offered, it���s tiresome.)

    23. This review is only based on the Erin McCarthy story. It was a cute one. Blue made me laugh and tear up and the same time. She really got shafted as a kid with Christmas. Christian was like a great big 5 year old, he was so goofy, it was just what Blue needed. I understood her need to distance herself at the end, but was glad when she went to dinner.

    24. This was pretty good. I liked all three stories and their characters. I wouldn't mind reading this again. This is more of a snuggle-up book to read, especially for the winter season. I smiled, sweat, hoped, wanted bop a couple of heads, and sighed with happiness. I liked all the HEAs and the journey to them. Good seasonal reading for relaxing during the holidays. Enjoy

    25. Erin McCarthy can write a hell of a short! A lot of fun, very cute.Snow Angel, by Kate Angell was also good.The second, Santa in a Kilt was a decent story, but was apparently part of a series that I haven't read. So it referenced a LOT of people you hardly new and the whole epilogue was about people you hadn't even met during this story!

    26. Three enjoyable stories. McCarthy story was cute to have the man so into Christmas and the woman not. Also I loved her name. Kauffman's story is part of a series and the least favorite of mine. I liked it but didn't love it. The last story is by Angell who I have come to love. I really enjoyed her story and found it my favorite of the three. Nice holiday stories.

    27. I've never really been into chick lit in general, and certainly not this type of romance, but I thought I'd give it a try. The stories were alright. I can't say much about the characters, because they are, of course, very formulaic. The endings are predictable, without much suspense in between. Entertaining enough. I don't think I'll read this genre again. It's just not my cup of tea.

    28. This book is a short story anthology. I got this book because of the Donna Kauffman story, but enjoyed the rest immensely. The anthology is Christmas themed, and is good for getting into the holiday spirit.

    29. What a waste of trees. The first story was so-so and the second was horrible. The only thing that actually interested me was the third story. i wish they had cut out the Kauffman story. It was a waste of 100 pages.

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