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From four beloved writers—Eloisa James, Christi Caldwell, Janna MacGregor, and Erica Ridley—comes a hilarious tale of a Christmas house party that serves up love and scandal in equal measure! The Duke of Greystoke’s Christmas Revelry is famous throughout the British Isles for its plays, dancing, magical grotto… not to mention scandals leading to the marriage licenses he han From four beloved writers—Eloisa James, Christi Caldwell, Janna MacGregor, and Erica Ridley—comes a hilarious tale of a Christmas house party that serves up love and scandal in equal measure! The Duke of Greystoke’s Christmas Revelry is famous throughout the British Isles for its plays, dancing, magical grotto… not to mention scandals leading to the marriage licenses he hands out like confetti. But not everyone welcomes a visit from Cupid. Lady Cressida, the duke’s daughter, is too busy managing the entertainments—and besides, her own father has called her dowdy. Her cousin, Lady Isabelle Wilkshire, is directing Cinderella and has no interest in marriage. Lady Caroline Whitmore is already (unhappily) married; the fact that she and her estranged husband have to pretend to be together just makes her dread the party all the more.  But not as much as Miss Louisa Harcourt, whose mother bluntly tells her that this is her last chance to escape the horrors of being an old maid. A house party so large, that mothers lose track of their charges, leads to a delightful, seductive quartet of stories that you will savor for the Season!


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From four beloved writers—Eloisa James, Christi Caldwell, Janna MacGregor, and Erica Ridley—comes a hilarious tale of a Christmas house party that serves up love and scandal in equal measure! The Duke of Greystoke’s Christmas Revelry is famous throughout the British Isles for its plays, dancing, magical grotto… not to mention scandals leading to the marriage licenses he han From four beloved writers—Eloisa James, Christi Caldwell, Janna MacGregor, and Erica Ridley—comes a hilarious tale of a Christmas house party that serves up love and scandal in equal measure! The Duke of Greystoke’s Christmas Revelry is famous throughout the British Isles for its plays, dancing, magical grotto… not to mention scandals leading to the marriage licenses he hands out like confetti. But not everyone welcomes a visit from Cupid. Lady Cressida, the duke’s daughter, is too busy managing the entertainments—and besides, her own father has called her dowdy. Her cousin, Lady Isabelle Wilkshire, is directing Cinderella and has no interest in marriage. Lady Caroline Whitmore is already (unhappily) married; the fact that she and her estranged husband have to pretend to be together just makes her dread the party all the more.  But not as much as Miss Louisa Harcourt, whose mother bluntly tells her that this is her last chance to escape the horrors of being an old maid. A house party so large, that mothers lose track of their charges, leads to a delightful, seductive quartet of stories that you will savor for the Season!

30 review for Mistletoe Christmas: An Anthology

  1. 5 out of 5

    Melanie

    Mistletoe Christmas was a delightful collection of holiday romances that all take place at the Duke of Greystone's Christmas Revelry, one of the most coveted events in British Society. Overall average rating — 3.5 Stars A Mistletoe Kiss by Eloisa James — 2 Stars Lady Cressida, The Duke of Greystoke’s youngest daughter, has been secretly running the Duke's Christmas Revelry for the last fifteen years. With her father dying, Cressida has vowed this will be her last Revelry as she longs to start a fam Mistletoe Christmas was a delightful collection of holiday romances that all take place at the Duke of Greystone's Christmas Revelry, one of the most coveted events in British Society. Overall average rating — 3.5 Stars A Mistletoe Kiss by Eloisa James — 2 Stars Lady Cressida, The Duke of Greystoke’s youngest daughter, has been secretly running the Duke's Christmas Revelry for the last fifteen years. With her father dying, Cressida has vowed this will be her last Revelry as she longs to start a family of her own. This story didn't really work for me as I didn't love any of the characters, Cressida was the only one I actually liked. She's intelligent, creative, and knows what she wants even if she thinks she can't have it until after her father passes away. Elias, her love interest, did not endear himself to me as he insults Cressida's looks the first time we meet him. The duke is the worst of them and insults Cressida at every turn. This story is full of men thinking they know what's best for Cressida which was incredibly frustrating. Overall A Mistletoe Kiss was not for me and the only story in the book I didn't enjoy. Wishing Under the Mistletoe by Christi Caldwell — 4 Stars Ten years ago Lady Isabelle Wilkshire was betrothed to the man she loved but when his business got in the way of their relationship, Isabelle ended things. Now, Isabelle is to direct the theatre production at her grandfather's famous Revelry, a dream since she was a child. When she unexpectedly runs into the man she walked away from a decade ago, all those old feelings come back. I really enjoy second chance romances and the one in this story is very well done. Both Isabelle and Cyrus realize they made mistakes ten years ago which led to the end of their relationship. Initially it seems like those same issues will get in the way again but I was happy to see the pair work through them. The chemistry between these two was fantastic and I loved the grand gesture at the end of the story. Overall Wishing Under the Mistletoe was an excellent read and I highly recommend it. Compromise Under the Mistletoe by Janna MacGregor — 4.5 Stars Lady Caroline Whitmore has been estranged from her husband for a year, but if she wants access to her trust fund then they need to play a happily married couple at this year's Revelry. But as she spends time with her husband and he attempts to win her back, old feelings begin to resurface. This is another second chance romance but this time it's between a couple that's already married. Caroline and Stephen have no issues in their relationship when it comes to the bedroom, but outside of it Caroline feels like she doesn't matter to her husband. I felt everything Caroline was asking for was perfectly reasonable and I liked that Stephen realized just how much he messed things up by not paying enough attention to Caroline. Overall Compromise Under the Mistletoe was a fantastic read and I highly recommend it. Mischief & Mistletoe by Erica Ridley — 3.5 Stars According to her mother, the upcoming Revelry is Miss Louisa Harcourt's last chance to find a suitor or become a spinster. But Louisa is more interested in writing her poetry than finding someone to marry. When Louisa meets a fellow poet at the Revelry, she has finally met someone who she thinks she could share the part of herself she keeps hidden. Louisa and Ewan have amazing chemistry and a lot in common compared with their peers. I really enjoyed their connection and did mostly like their relationship. The one issue I had is that Ewan hid some things about himself and I didn't like how long it took him to tell Louisa the truth. Overall Mischief & Mistletoe was a great read and I enjoyed it. **I received an advance copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.**

  2. 4 out of 5

    Bonnie DeMoss

    Mistletoe Christmas is an anthology consisting of four stories, all set in England, 1815, and evolving around the Duke of Greystoke's Annual Christmas Revelry, always the most sought after party invitation of the season. The stories are written by four different authors, Eloisa James, Christi Caldwell, Janna MacGregor, and Erica Ridley. All four stories transport us to Regency England at Christmas time. In A Mistletoe Kiss, by Eloisa James, the main character, Cressida, is the long-suffering vi Mistletoe Christmas is an anthology consisting of four stories, all set in England, 1815, and evolving around the Duke of Greystoke's Annual Christmas Revelry, always the most sought after party invitation of the season. The stories are written by four different authors, Eloisa James, Christi Caldwell, Janna MacGregor, and Erica Ridley. All four stories transport us to Regency England at Christmas time. In A Mistletoe Kiss, by Eloisa James, the main character, Cressida, is the long-suffering victim of her abusive father, the Duke of Greystoke, who has used her for years to plan his famous Revelry. Cressida's growth as a person and evolving ability to see her true self and gain some confidence was well done. The romance with Elias was a little over the top as he suddenly and instantly fell in love with her although he'd known her for years. It was a touch unbelievable, but overall it was a very nice romance. 4 stars. Wishing Under The Mistletoe by Christi Caldwell brings a little of "A Christmas Carol" vibe. Isabelle and Cyrus's relationship ended because he became completely wrapped up in the idea of amassing a fortune, supposedly for her. Ten years later, they meet again at the Revelry and sparks are still flying. This is the story of how an "Ebenezer Scrooge" type of character has a chance to get his lost love back. I found it a satisfying Christmas story. 5 stars. Compromise Under the Mistletoe by Janna MacGregor is the story of a marriage torn apart. Caroline and Stephen are reunited at the Christmas Revelry. They have to pretend to be a happy couple for the Duke so Caroline can gain access to her trust fund. I found this to be a bit much. The reason for reuniting was to get money, and the reason they broke up in the first place was because Caroline wasn't getting enough attention. It all seemed simple and selfish, and not in any way based on a real marriage. 2.5 stars. Mischief and Mistletoe by Erica Ridley is a well done story of Miss Louisa Harcourt, who is told by her mother that the Revelry is her last chance to find a husband. Determined to make her mother happy. Louisa entertains her less than ideal marriage candidates, although her real desire is to write and publish poetry. When she meets Ewan, a fellow poet, at the Revelry, she faces a choice between happiness and duty. I really enjoyed this one as it showcased a woman with interests and ambitions other than marriage. 5 stars. Overall, this anthology earns four stars. It transports us to the Christmas season. I received a free copy of this book from the publishers via Netgalley. My review is voluntary.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Elodie’s Reading Corner

    ❄️ Mistletoe Christmas ❄️ An Anthology ✒️ Eloisa James, Christi Caldwell, Janna MacGregor, Erica Ridley Release Date 09/28/2021 Publisher Avon ➪ https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08TWXX3NH/... 𝗕𝗹𝘂𝗿𝗯 From four beloved writers—Eloisa James, Christi Caldwell, Janna MacGregor, and Erica Ridley—come four original stories that tell a hilarious tale of a Christmas house party that serves up love and scandal in equal measure! The Duke of Greystoke’s Christmas Revelry is famous throughout the British Isles for its play ❄️ Mistletoe Christmas ❄️ An Anthology ✒️ Eloisa James, Christi Caldwell, Janna MacGregor, Erica Ridley Release Date 09/28/2021 Publisher Avon ➪ https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08TWXX3NH/... 𝗕𝗹𝘂𝗿𝗯 From four beloved writers—Eloisa James, Christi Caldwell, Janna MacGregor, and Erica Ridley—come four original stories that tell a hilarious tale of a Christmas house party that serves up love and scandal in equal measure! The Duke of Greystoke’s Christmas Revelry is famous throughout the British Isles for its plays, dancing, magical grotto… not to mention scandals leading to the marriage licenses he hands out like confetti. But not everyone welcomes a visit from Cupid. Lady Cressida, the duke’s daughter, is too busy managing the entertainments—and besides, her own father has called her dowdy. Her cousin, Lady Isabelle Wilkshire, is directing Cinderella and has no interest in marriage. Lady Caroline Whitmore is already (unhappily) married; the fact that she and her estranged husband have to pretend to be together just makes her dread the party all the more.  But not as much as Miss Louisa Harcourt, whose mother bluntly tells her that this is her last chance to escape the horrors of being an old maid. A house party so large that mothers lose track of their charges leads to a delightful, seductive quartet of stories that you will savor for the Season! 𝗚𝗼𝗯𝗮𝗹 𝗥𝗲𝘃𝗶𝗲𝘄 This awesome anthology brings into light with the well known Eloisa James and Janna MacGregor, the rising stars of the Historical Romance Christi Caldwell and Erica Ridley. Each with their specific tone and various range explores an array of emotions with only one aim cheer our days with these feel good tales. 𝗗𝗲𝘁𝗮𝗶𝗹𝗲𝗱 𝗿𝗲𝘃𝗶𝗲𝘄𝘀 𝗔 𝗠𝗶𝘀𝘁𝗹𝗲𝘁𝗼𝗲 𝗞𝗶𝘀𝘀 by Eloisa James It has been a while since I have read this author, and once more a novella. And like my two previous readings, she uses the tale length to go straight to the core of the story all the while giving enough background to her characters. Here, Cressida is a kind of Cinderella, never seen nor heard but doing all the work to make her Duke of a sire annual Christmas revelry, the party of the year. As he lies on his dying bed, he announces her he has traded her dowry to his heir against the promise the revelry even after his demise. So her endless drudgery is to continue again and again. The heir and his friend Elias are witness of the hurtful words and add their own after her flight. In some way, this scene opens Elias’ eyes on Cressida’s existence and all she sacrificed in her father’s renown. The man who never had to fight to win a woman’s regard is dismissed at every turn. The hunt whets his appetite for something he did not expect. I wondered rightly if the careless words said by Elias would come bite his rear, as at that time I was much upset in Cressida’s name for the overlooked women never seing because judged lacking. In all, it is a sweet retelling with no other magic than the one of love in the eyes of the beholder to change the mouse in a princess. 4 stars 𝗪𝗶𝘀𝗵𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗨𝗻𝗱𝗲𝗿 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝗠𝗶𝘀𝘁𝗹𝗲𝘁𝗼𝗲 by Christi Caldwell I love this very prolific author, I have now read her for sometime and I am happy she is now recognized for the talent she has. Mrs Caldwell has such a brilliance to paint one’s many shades and her characters’ heart turmoils. Here we have a Scrooge like hero under the name of Cyrus, former betrothed of a Duke granddaughter who let her slip through his fingers too busy building his fortune as he believed only wealth could made up for his lack of breeding. Isabelle having lost the love of her life in his search for rich, followed her second call, theater. For now ten years, she has wrote under a male pen name and directed pieces. Allowing her love to remain only the recesses of her heart. But as they are paired together to work alongside for her grandfather’s Christmas revelry, will past hurts, unsaid words and truth mend the bridge time has created. Their old friendship is still there, as their attraction but can more mature persona find a way out of their self inflicted pain… Once again Mrs Caldwell gives us with a wondrous tale of past pains, second chance and love vanquishing all hurdles. 5 stars 𝗖𝗼𝗺𝗽𝗿𝗼𝗺𝗶𝘀𝗲 𝗨𝗻𝗱𝗲𝗿 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝗠𝗶𝘀𝘁𝗹𝗲𝘁𝗼𝗲 by Janna MacGregor Stephen and Caroline let his duty to his estate dig a breach between them, so much she has come to believe he is indifferent to her. And for the lonely little girl who grew up with no one to share anything, being a wife only when night comes, it like going back to the aloneness of her childhood years. So if she must be put aside, be it her choice. In Stephen’s mind there is no doubt about his love for his spouse but a marriage of convenience and no wooing comforted him in the idea what he shared with his wife was enough, what she might be seeking. Forgetting the basis of love, respect, partnership, they both let distance, misunderstandings and lack of talk come between them. Mrs MacGregor offers us a tale of changing the past and healing their ailing marriage when time and distance did not douse their affection, maybe closeness and urgency can remedy to it and each makes see truly the other. 5 stars 𝗠𝗶𝘀𝗰𝗵𝗶𝗲𝗹𝗳 & 𝗠𝗶𝘀𝘁𝗹𝗲𝘁𝗼𝗲 by Erica Ridley Like Mrs Caldwell, here is another talented author I have read for years, Mrs Ridley has joined the ranks of the lucky and skilled authors to be mass-market published. A well deserved reward. I laughed at Louisa’s prickling nose problem, yet with her Automaton Alternate I was wondering if the tale would lean more toward dramatic Pinocchio than funny Bewitched. But here is a game of deception, two people hiding who they truly are and what they really want to fulfill others needs and expectations. Louisa dreams of poetry but who would long for a woman who thinks and feels too much. Ewan wants his own published newspaper instead he follows his grandfather’s lead to fill their coffers the fastest way he believes he is able. By purporting to make true some others’ dreams instead of theirs, they both are living a lie, burying their living essence within themselves until there is nothing left of their life’s spark. Yet will love be enough to break the chains and forgiven past choices. 5 stars 𝗦𝘁𝗲𝗮𝗺 𝗹𝗲𝘃𝗲𝗹 onscreen lovemaking scenes. I have been granted an advance copy by the publisher, here is my true and unbiased opinion. https://www.instagram.com/p/CUA9swgIb... https://www.facebook.com/429830134272... #bookstagram #historicalromance #romance #romancebookblog #romancebookblogger #bookblog #romanceauthor #bookblogger #2021read #bookstagrammer #bookreview #romancebookreviewer #arcreader #bookquote #romancestagram #readersofinstagram

  4. 5 out of 5

    PlotTrysts

    A really solid Christmas anthology with four good-to-great novellas! The collection includes an overarching setting - all of them take place at the Duke of Greystoke's Christmas Revelry, which seems to be a house party that sets the tone for Society for the year to come. Eloisa James: 3.5 stars. James is a very good writer, and her clear, fun prose shines. The romance itself moves very quickly and includes some questionable choices - the hero shares a touching(?) story about how he met the hero, A really solid Christmas anthology with four good-to-great novellas! The collection includes an overarching setting - all of them take place at the Duke of Greystoke's Christmas Revelry, which seems to be a house party that sets the tone for Society for the year to come. Eloisa James: 3.5 stars. James is a very good writer, and her clear, fun prose shines. The romance itself moves very quickly and includes some questionable choices - the hero shares a touching(?) story about how he met the hero, when she was 6 and he was 15. Not sure that was the foundation of a lasting love, especially since he doesn't seem to remember her now that they've both grown up. Christi Caldwell: 4 stars. This novella is a fun second-chance romance reminiscent of A Christmas Carol - but if Scrooge and Belle managed to reconcile after a decade apart. It's a sweet story that includes amateur theatricals, lots of late-night conversations, and a very sexy pianotop hookup. Janna MacGregor: 3.5 stars. If you like marriage in crisis, this is the novella for you! Caroline left her husband one year ago because he just didn't appreciate her. She's only back now because she thinks that by convincing her family she and her husband have reconciled she will receive an inheritance earlier than usual. Her husband, of course, has been in love with her the whole time. The novella seems to point out the importance of knowing your partner's love language (The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts) and also includes a "snowed in with my husband" scene that was pretty perfect. Erica Ridley: 4 stars. This novella focuses on a wallflower poet whose mother is determined to get her off the shelf. In her last moments as a free woman, she decides to approach another poet at the house party. But he's got secrets of his own - about his poetry but also about his connection with her. A+ grand gesture. This objective review is based on a complimentary copy.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Brandy

    A Mistletoe Kiss I had a hard time with this one because I was SO MAD at Cressida’s father. Hid her away for years, put her down, took advantage of her, and then took credit for her brilliance! No wonder she doesn’t believe Elias in the beginning! He just happens to start wooing her, start seeing her as a person and a lady, after her cousin offers him money to marry her. Hmph, I’m outraged on her behalf. She is wonderful! Elias is used to the women of the world falling about his feet, but suddenl A Mistletoe Kiss I had a hard time with this one because I was SO MAD at Cressida’s father. Hid her away for years, put her down, took advantage of her, and then took credit for her brilliance! No wonder she doesn’t believe Elias in the beginning! He just happens to start wooing her, start seeing her as a person and a lady, after her cousin offers him money to marry her. Hmph, I’m outraged on her behalf. She is wonderful! Elias is used to the women of the world falling about his feet, but suddenly the one woman he wants to marry has no interest in him! It was fun watching him have to scramble and grow rather than just have the world handed to him because he’s handsome and rich! 4 stars Wishing Under the Mistletoe Ok Isabelle and Cyrus’ story is so freaking wonderful!! They were betrothed ten years ago but drifted apart while waiting to marry. Both of them were hurt and walked away from each other, never to see the other again….until now. Ten years means a lot of growing, but are they able to see past the hurt to begin again? I love Isabelle and how firm she was in not accepting less than she deserves, and for making a life for herself that was more than being a dukes granddaughter. Such a lovely story! 5 stars Compromise Under the Mistletoe Caroline and Stephen’s story was nice, though a bit frustrating. They spent so much time not communicating, and then not communicating effectively, I just wanted to scream. I liked that Caroline left to make a life for herself when she felt she wasn’t being appreciated, and I love that what she wanted to do was make a space to support other women. Still, overall frustrating and I can’t stand the Duke, I am disliking him more and more as this book progresses. 3 stars Mischief and Mistletoe I enjoyed Louisa’s story, even if I hated the secret that Ewan kept. Also, loathed how pushy her mother was, forceful about who she needed to marry and the means by which she should accomplish them. Louisa though, was a lovely person, shy but courageous, with a lovely soul. I did enjoy Ewan outside of the secret. He was thoughtful and giving and able to laugh at himself. 4 stars

  6. 4 out of 5

    Nadene (Totally Addicted to Reading)

    I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. A Mistletoe Kiss by Eloisa James A Mistletoe Kiss introduces Lady Cressida, the youngest daughter of the Duke of Greystoke. Now I was not a fan of the duke because of his abuse of his daughter over the years. He used her to plan his famous revelry, letting everyone believe he was the mastermind behind this huge event. To rub salt into the wound, he took away her I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. A Mistletoe Kiss by Eloisa James A Mistletoe Kiss introduces Lady Cressida, the youngest daughter of the Duke of Greystoke. Now I was not a fan of the duke because of his abuse of his daughter over the years. He used her to plan his famous revelry, letting everyone believe he was the mastermind behind this huge event. To rub salt into the wound, he took away her chances of getting married by refusing to offer a dowry on her behalf, all because he wanted her to continue planning the event, even after his death. He made her feel unworthy. So, one could understand her insecurities about her ability to attract a prospective husband and why she didn’t buy Elias’s sudden interest in her. Cressida was a wonderful character. I loved how she slowly gained her confidence regarding her attractiveness. I had fun watching her put Elias in his place. He was so used to women falling all over him. It was a novelty for him when Cressida showed a lack of interest. It was fun watching him grovel. The romance developed quickly and, to be honest, it didn’t feel authentic, at least on Elias’s part. His feelings were so sudden, especially seeing he paid her no attention over the years. Overall, an adorable read. Wishing Under the Mistletoe by Christi Caldwell In Wishing Under the Mistletoe, Christi Caldwell delivered  an adorable Christmas second chance romance. Isabelle, the granddaughter of the Duke of Greystoke, ended her engagement ten years ago. She did so believing her betrothed, Cyrus, valued his business more than their relationship. During that time, she left home to pursue her passion as a play-writer.    Now she has returned home to direct the theatre production of Cinderella at her grandfather’s famous revelry. A dream she harbored since childhood. What she never expected was to be partnered with the man she left ten years ago. Feelings they thought dead came alive and sparks flew with a vengeance. It took ten years, but they finally got it right. They never blame each other for the break-up, but took responsibility for their role in the ending of their relationship. Such a wonderful and endearing couple, which made it easy to root for them. I adored this story and the end totally had me swooning. Compromise Under the Mistletoe by Janna MacGregor In Compromise Under Mistletoe, Lady Caroline Whitmore, granddaughter to the Duke of Greystoke, has been separated from her husband, Stephen, for a year. She left the matrimonial home as she felt neglected by her husband. Now she needs him to accompany her to the Duke’s famous revelry and help her pretend they have reunited, so she could get early access to her inheritance. Stephen plans to use this occasion to woo his wife and convince her to return home. I enjoyed this story, despite the frustration actions of the couple. Their problems arose out of their failure to communicate. Stephen had a difficult task convincing Caroline he had changed. She shot down his many attempts of try to show her how much he appreciated her. The fact she never communicated to him how she felt and what she needed from him made me want to scream. I loved how it all worked out in the end, although something serious had to happen for them to recognize what had been missing from their marriage all along.  Overall, a solid story. Mischief and Mistletoe by Erica Ridley Mischief and Mistletoe introduce Miss Louisa Harcourt, 23 years old without a marriage prospect. An article in the gossip column, painting her as being dull and undesirable, hindered her prospects of finding a husband. This di not phase Louisa, as her interest lies in writing poetry. Her mother, however, had different ideas. Forced to attend the duke’s famous revelry, as her mother saw it as her last chance to find a suitable husband. Someone who possessed a title.  Louisa dreaded going to the revelry, especially knowing her mother was pushing for to entertain the two most undesirable candidates. Then she met Ewan, a fellow poet, and the revelry no longer seems such a horrible place to be. I enjoyed Louisa and Ewan’s story. They made a wonderful couple, but Ewan had a secret, which, if revealed, could ruin his chance with Louisa. This secret weighed heavily on him, the more he got to know Louisa. His support of her dreams enhanced their relationship. His romantic gestures were sweet and fitting.    Mischief and Mistletoe was a wonderful story, and I loved how it all worked out for Ewan and Louisa. This review was originally posted on Totally Addicted to Reading

  7. 4 out of 5

    Amy Alvis

    A Mistletoe Kiss by Eloisa James - 5 stars I adored Cressie and Elias's story! Wishing Under the Mistletoe by Christi Caldwell - 5 stars I adored Cyrus and Isabelle's story!! Compromise Under the Mistletoe by Janna MacGregor - 4 stars I really enjoyed Caro and Stephen's story! Mischief and Mistletoe by Erica Ridley - 4 stars I enjoyed Ewan and Louisa's story. Four of my favorite authors, I knew I would be in for a treat! I loved how they were able to weave all four of their stories together and you coul A Mistletoe Kiss by Eloisa James - 5 stars I adored Cressie and Elias's story! Wishing Under the Mistletoe by Christi Caldwell - 5 stars I adored Cyrus and Isabelle's story!! Compromise Under the Mistletoe by Janna MacGregor - 4 stars I really enjoyed Caro and Stephen's story! Mischief and Mistletoe by Erica Ridley - 4 stars I enjoyed Ewan and Louisa's story. Four of my favorite authors, I knew I would be in for a treat! I loved how they were able to weave all four of their stories together and you couldn't tell that they were written by 4 different people. This is a wonderful Christmas treat for my historical romance lover!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Niki (mustreadalltheromance)

    The annual Christmas Revelry hosted by the Duke of Greystoke has become notorious throughout England for its creative entertainments, and even more so the scandals and hasty marriages that often result after the two-week-long house party. The true mastermind behind the Revelry is the duke’s daughter, Lady Cressida, who goes unnoticed by most and is relegated to the position of spinster by her own father, until her cousin’s friend begins to see her in a new light. Her cousin, Lady Isabelle, is mo The annual Christmas Revelry hosted by the Duke of Greystoke has become notorious throughout England for its creative entertainments, and even more so the scandals and hasty marriages that often result after the two-week-long house party. The true mastermind behind the Revelry is the duke’s daughter, Lady Cressida, who goes unnoticed by most and is relegated to the position of spinster by her own father, until her cousin’s friend begins to see her in a new light. Her cousin, Lady Isabelle, is more interested in finally directing the annual pantomime than in marriage, especially after the dissolution of her engagement to her beloved ten years ago. Lady Caroline Whitmore is less than happily married, but she and her estranged husband, Lord Stephen, must pretend all is well if she hopes to receive her inheritance. Perhaps no one dreads the festivities as much as Miss Louisa Harcourt, whose mother has decreed that she must marry before the end of the fortnight. Possibilities are endless with such a large house so full of mistletoe and charming activities. A Mistletoe Kiss by Eloisa James: 4.5 stars Lady Cressida has been overlooked for years because the Revelry’s execution and planning have consumed her life. Her father has claimed the Revelry and its influence as his legacy and has made sure Cressie has appeared as somewhat less than desirable to potential suitors, so she’d be forced to stay in his home and run it. When he gives her dowry estate to her cousin, that is the last straw. Fortunately, her cousin is somewhat of a matchmaker himself and quietly pushes his friend Elias, Lord Darcy de Royleston, into Cressie’s path. Elias almost immediately realizes there is much more to Cressie than anyone has noticed but getting her to believe in and return his regard is no easy feat. This was a charming story as Cressie learned to see herself as more than the box her father had pushed her into and to have confidence in herself despite the hateful things he said to her. I loved how Elias was so doggedly determined to open Cressie’s eyes to his real feelings and that he stood up for her to others. This was probably my favorite story of the collection. Wishing under the Mistletoe by Christi Caldwell: 4 stars The fact that Cyrus Hill was merely the stablemaster’s son never mattered to Lady Isabelle. The two were always fast friends and she loved him with her whole heart, a sentiment he returned. But once the two became engaged, Cyrus became obsessed with his work and in an effort to amass great wealth and give Isabelle the life he felt she deserved. None of that mattered to Isabelle who grew tired of waiting for Cyrus’ attention and broke the engagement to pursue her passion for playwriting. Now, ten years later, the two are thrown together as partners in planning the Revelry’s annual pantomime. Much to their chagrin, the passion of old still exists between them, but they both know that’s not always enough. This was a sweet second chance story and I loved that both Cyrus and Isabelle were mature and self-aware enough to realize and acknowledge the role they both played in the dissolution of their engagement. This made their reconciliation all the sweeter as they came to a new understanding and learned from their old mistakes. They were very endearing as a couple, and I was left believing their relationship would be a solid and lasting one. Compromise under the Mistletoe by Janna MacGregor 3/5 Lady Caroline Whitmore has been living in London, estranged from her husband, Lord Stephen, for the past year. She is only meeting him now because they must put on a display indicative of matrimonial bliss if she hopes to receive her inheritance from her uncle, the duke. Stephen has missed his wife and is determined to find out where it all went wrong, but Caroline is wary of being hurt again so it will take some effort for these two to meet in the middle. This one was probably my least favorite of the collection, but it was still a solid story. I think the steamy connection between Stephen and Caroline was handled well. The two had always been able to get along well in the bedroom but not outside so I was afraid they would fall into bed too quickly here. Fortunately, that didn’t happen, and we got to see them learn how to communicate in a mature and open way that I found satisfying. Caroline was frustrating for me as she had her guard up so high that Stephen’s efforts at fixing things and trying to talk to her were often shut down before he even got started. Luckily for her, he was very determined and eventually won her over with some middle ground and I was happy to see them both learn to give a little and understand one another more. Mistletoe & Mischief by Erica Ridley 3/5 After a couple of failed seasons, shy heiress Louisa Harcourt is firmly on the shelf. Her mother has decreed that she must marry by the end of the party, but all Louisa wants is a quiet corner in which to write her poetry. When she meets brooding poet Ewan Reid, Louisa amends those desires to include holing up in a cozy writing retreat with him. But Ewan has a secret and when Louisa learns the truth, he’s sure she’ll want nothing more to do with him. I didn’t love this story, but I still enjoyed it. I think Louisa’s mother and her ultimatums would’ve proven too much if this had been a full-length novel and her ridiculousness had been allowed to carry on for longer. As it was, having to contend with her in this short story was more than enough, especially when her resistance faded away so unbelievably quickly. I wasn’t the biggest fan of Louisa, who somehow felt a bit flat to me. Ewan had a bit more depth but his inner monologues about his situation with his grandfather and their business grew rather repetitive. I did like Ewan and Louisa as a couple however, and I’m glad their spat upon the revelation of Ewan’s secret didn’t last too long. Ewan also gets bonus points for a great public declaration. Overall, this was an excellent collection with lots of stories that are perfect to curl up and spend a few hours of escape with. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Courtney

    A Mistletoe Christmas brings together four popular historical romance authors to write an interconnected collection about four couples who fall in love and find their HEAs in the midst of an old Duke’s Christmas Revelry, which is established to be a long-held tradition. “A Mistletoe Kiss” by Eloisa James kicks off the anthology, and while I haven’t read anything from her in a while (her recent series hasn’t appealed to me), I really enjoyed this one. I loved how it set up the concept of the Reve A Mistletoe Christmas brings together four popular historical romance authors to write an interconnected collection about four couples who fall in love and find their HEAs in the midst of an old Duke’s Christmas Revelry, which is established to be a long-held tradition. “A Mistletoe Kiss” by Eloisa James kicks off the anthology, and while I haven’t read anything from her in a while (her recent series hasn’t appealed to me), I really enjoyed this one. I loved how it set up the concept of the Revelry by introducing the crochety old Duke at death’s door through the eyes of his daughter and nephew’s friend, who are the central couple. Cressie doesn’t have a lot of prospects, except in managing the old Duke’s affairs, something of which she’s well aware of. However, she has long been in love with her cousin’s friend, Elias. Meanwhile, the wastrel cousin has offered Elias money to marry her. I loved the journey of Elias proving to Cressie how he truly feels about her and that he didn’t entertain his friend’s offer. “Wishing Under the Mistletoe” is Christi Caldwell’s contribution, and it’s a heartfelt and emotional read, as is her trademark. I really liked the exploration into Isabella and Cyrus finding each other again after the demise of their betrothal years ago. The hurt feelings, the pride on both sides, I loved how that was conveyed, yet how it all ended up culminating in the realization that they should try this time to do things right. Isabelle in particular is also interesting in how she sets herself apart from her aristocratic origins, and she was especially easy to root for. “Compromise Under the Mistletoe” by Janna MacGregor is about an estranged married couple coming back together, and it is sweet, if not immune to some of the typical pitfalls. It does rely on miscommunication, which can be frustrating, but I did enjoy that Caroline made a life of herself when she felt she wasn’t valued. “Mischief & Mistletoe” by Erica Ridley closes out the anthology on a good note. While not my favorite of the stories, it still has its good points. I love that Louisa has an interest in poetry, and that leads her to bonding with another poet during the Revelry. While the romance felt the weakest in this one, especially with Ewan being a bit secretive, I still liked it for the most part. The stories overall are enjoyable, and I like the way they slyly nod to one another with the shared cast of overlapping characters (three of the heroines are relatives of the old Duke, for example) and different perspectives of roughly the same passage of time. And where the backgrounds of the heroines might have felt a bit too interconnected, I did like the diverse backgrounds for the heroes, from aristocratic to untitled poet, thus giving different dynamics and stakes to each couple. This is a pretty solid anthology overall, and it should please many from the collective readerships of the authors. I would also recommend it to anyone looking for a good historical read to kick off the Christmas season.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    4 authors, 4 HEA all taking place at one Christmas House Party. Each story was unique and offered very different paths to the HEA. I loved that all of these characters existed during each story. They were all written by different authors but characters crossed over and it worked really really well. The stories didn't feel disjointed or odd together, they were woven together nicely and fit in a perfect anthology of love, passion, dreams, and joy. . I have to admit my favorite story was Compromise Und 4 authors, 4 HEA all taking place at one Christmas House Party. Each story was unique and offered very different paths to the HEA. I loved that all of these characters existed during each story. They were all written by different authors but characters crossed over and it worked really really well. The stories didn't feel disjointed or odd together, they were woven together nicely and fit in a perfect anthology of love, passion, dreams, and joy. . I have to admit my favorite story was Compromise Under the Mistletoe by MacGregor- a bit of second chance romance mixed with enemies to lovers for this estranged but married couple and of course some Mistletoe kisses! . Definitely recommend for those who love histrom!!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Rainelle

    I enjoyed the fast pace of each story. I was thoroughly entertained by each story. The characters witty and charming. I really loved the romance between the couples. They were the most exciting parts to the stories. The journey in their stories was a treat to read. The collaboration of each authors story was a bonus for this book.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly

    Reviewed for Wit and Sin “A Mistletoe Kiss” by Eloisa James Lady Cressida is the youngest daughter of the Duke of Greystoke and has been running the Revelry for years. No one knows that she is the brain behind her father’s infamous party; all they see is a dowdy woman no one would look twice at. No one, except Elias, Lord Darcy de Royleston… Eloisa James kicks off the Revelry with “A Mistletoe Kiss”. Cressie is brilliant, talented, and heartbreakingly lonely. Her father has beaten her down Reviewed for Wit and Sin “A Mistletoe Kiss” by Eloisa James Lady Cressida is the youngest daughter of the Duke of Greystoke and has been running the Revelry for years. No one knows that she is the brain behind her father’s infamous party; all they see is a dowdy woman no one would look twice at. No one, except Elias, Lord Darcy de Royleston… Eloisa James kicks off the Revelry with “A Mistletoe Kiss”. Cressie is brilliant, talented, and heartbreakingly lonely. Her father has beaten her down emotionally in order to keep her under his thumb and running the Revelry. As a last straw, he’s given away her dowry and now Cressie feels like she’ll be trapped even after his death. She wants a home and family of her own, but how can she trust when Elias starts flirting with her? Elias sees Cressie for all that she is, though not at first. I liked that he fell for her as he got to know her (though it does happen fairly quickly) and he does have to prove it. More than the happily ever after, I was rooting for Cressie to break free of her father’s control. I won’t spoil what happens, but of course there’s a delightful, satisfying ending. “Wishing Under the Mistletoe” by Christi Caldwell It’s been ten years since Cyrus Hill has seen Lady Isabelle Wilkshire. Their last communication was her breaking off their engagement. But now that they’re thrown together at the Revelry, perhaps Cyrus has a chance to see where he went wrong all those years ago. And maybe even win back the woman who has always held his heart. “Wishing Under the Mistletoe” has elements of A Christmas Carol, albeit with a much happier ending. Cyrus isn’t cold and cruel like Scrooge, but having been the stablemaster’s son in love with a lady, he was very aware with their differences in station and was more focused on working and growing his coffers than paying attention to Isabelle. Cyrus is still focused on growing his business when they are reunited, but Isabelle calls out to him as always. What I appreciated about this story is that Christi Caldwell didn’t make everything Cyrus’s fault. Isabelle had her own part to play in the falling apart of their relationship. She needed to listen to Cyrus as much as he did to her. I enjoyed watching them learn from their past mistakes and open up their hearts for a second chance at love. Isabelle and Cyrus have a natural chemistry that makes their story fly by and I enjoyed it immensely. “Compromise Under the Mistletoe” by Janna MacGregor It’s been a year since Caroline left her husband, but her uncle has demanded that she and Stephen make an appearance at the Revelry. If Caroline wants to claim her inheritance, she must pretend to be reconciled with her husband. She strikes a bargain with Stephen, but what she doesn’t expect is to find the man she left eager to win her back. I adore a good second chance romance and Janna MacGregor has penned a great one in “Compromise Under the Mistletoe”. Caroline had her reasons for leaving Stephen, but it wasn’t because he was a bad person. Rather, she felt like she wasn’t important to him. Stephen is hoping to win her back by finding out what he did wrong. The sparks between them burn hot the instant they’re reunited, but in order to get the happily ever after they desire both Stephen and Caroline need to work on their communication. It’s easy to root for this couple because they’re clearly meant to be. They have great chemistry, a natural compatibility in bed and out, but they just need to learn and grow a bit in order to make a life together. I loved watching them both come to understand each other and was delighted by “Compromise Under the Mistletoe” from beginning to end. “Mischief & Mistletoe” by Erica Ridley Louisa Harcourt is at the Revelry to catch a title and make her mother’s dreams for her come true. There are two available viscounts who may be amenable to marrying the woman society deems utterly forgettable, but it’s brooding poet Ewan Reid she can’t seem to stay away from… “Mischief & Mistletoe is a delight. Erica Ridley delivers a tale of rather ordinary people on the fringes of society that warms the heart. Louisa has a dowry but after the scandal sheets dubbed her dreadfully dull, she can’t seem to catch a husband. Men don’t see her…until Ewan. Ewan is known for being brooding and handsome – he’s invited to house parties everywhere for just that reason. But the poet has a secret, one that is slowly tearing at his soul. Louisa, a poet herself, is delighted to meet someone who finally understands her. I loved their interactions and how Ewan supported and believed in Louisa’s writing. Both Louisa and Ewan have good hearts, though Ewan has made mistakes in the past which may haunt him now. I was rooting for them every step of the way and found their romance to be heartwarming and utterly charming. Mistletoe Christmas features four stories of women who won’t settle for less than they deserve, which I loved. All four stories are charming holiday romances, but they’ve got added depth with characters who take charge of their future rather than bending to the whims of society. Janna MacGregor’s installment was my favorite of the lot, but there’s something for any historical romance fan to warm your heart this winter. FTC Disclosure: I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Caitlyn Lynch

    A quartet of novellas all set at the same Christmas house party, the Duke of Greystoke’s infamous Revelry. But the Duke is ailing, and the future of the Revelry is in doubt. A Mistletoe Kiss by Eloisa James Oh wow, I hated Cressida’s father so much. And in fact her older sisters and her cousin Val, too, for allowing her to be so demeaned and exploited for so long. Elias at least recognised her for the treasure she was, but frankly it took him far too long. There’s an inherent problem in a story li A quartet of novellas all set at the same Christmas house party, the Duke of Greystoke’s infamous Revelry. But the Duke is ailing, and the future of the Revelry is in doubt. A Mistletoe Kiss by Eloisa James Oh wow, I hated Cressida’s father so much. And in fact her older sisters and her cousin Val, too, for allowing her to be so demeaned and exploited for so long. Elias at least recognised her for the treasure she was, but frankly it took him far too long. There’s an inherent problem in a story like this with a limited time frame. The entire thing takes place over, I think, three days, and it progresses from Elias barely being aware of Cressida’s existence to both of them convinced they are passionately in love with each other… and I’m afraid I just don’t quite buy instalove at that speed. Three stars. Wishing Under The Mistletoe by Christi Caldwell This second-chance romance is much more my speed. The duke’s granddaughter Isabella was engaged to be married ten years ago to Cyrus, son of the head stableman (which did take quite a lot of suspension of disbelief, to be honest). Cyrus has been educated and is now an investment manager, looking after investments for various rich men, but he’s also become too buried in his work. Isabella calls off the engagement because she’s not prepared to come second to it. When they are reunited at the Revelry and forced to work together, it becomes clear that they’ve both grown up in the intervening years and are now ready to fall in love again. I liked this one a lot and because of the history, it didn’t feel rushed despite the short length… though it really never did get explained just how a duke’s granddaughter was permitted to become engaged to a stablemaster’s son in the first place. I’ll give this one four stars. Compromise Under The Mistletoe by Janna MacGregor An estranged couple have to pretend to be happily married in another second-chance romance. Caroline walked out on her husband Stephen a year ago because she was tired of being less important to him than apparently everything, including his prize cow Betsey. She wants to open an art exhibition space for women in London, but to do it, she needs the money from her trust… and her uncle the Duke won’t release it unless she and her husband attend his Revelry… and appear to be happily married. Stephen clearly has ulterior motives from the beginning; he wants his wife back. I don’t think we really got enough information on the background to how it all went wrong, and Stephen and Caroline definitely didn’t talk it out properly, but that’s a hazard of such a limited word count. A good story, though. Four stars. Mischief & Mistletoe by Erica Ridley Louisa Harcourt wants nothing more from life than peace and quiet to write her poetry, but her ambitious mother is having none of it. Louisa must find a titled husband at the Revelry… or her mother will select one for her and force a compromise. Heirs to a dukedom and a marquessate are in the mix, but it’s brooding poet Ewan, a plain Mister, who catches Louisa’s eye. Interestingly, this was the one story in the bunch that didn’t feel rushed, and didn’t try to pack too much in. I really liked Ewan and how he appreciated Louisa: there was a significant issue because he was hiding something massive and as usual with men, he waited too long to come clean and got found out. He did follow up with a quite magnificent grovel, though, and I enjoyed the epilogue where we saw how their relationship worked in the real world. My favourite story of this collection: I’ll give it five stars. This collection was one which got better as I went through the stories: the first one was in my opinion the weakest. Most of these authors do normally write full-length and this shorter format does them no favours as they are struggling to get a whole story told in the limited word count: Ridley I know does write novellas (check out her 12 Dukes of Christmas series) and I could really tell because her story felt like the most complete and not rushed. Overall a decent collection with some enjoyable reads. Four stars. Disclaimer: I received a review copy of this title via NetGalley.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Blodeuedd Finland

    Mistletoe Christmas by Eloisa James Poor Cressida, her father was such an asshole! Put her down her entire life so she could not see her worth. At least she knows she is awesome at organizing the yearly party (that her asshole father takes credit for). She stays in the shadows, until someone finally notices her. Awww Elias, he saw beyond everything and the both deserved their happiness Wishing Under the Mistletoe by Christi Caldwell I get why she left him, he was all about work. Gotta make some mon Mistletoe Christmas by Eloisa James Poor Cressida, her father was such an asshole! Put her down her entire life so she could not see her worth. At least she knows she is awesome at organizing the yearly party (that her asshole father takes credit for). She stays in the shadows, until someone finally notices her. Awww Elias, he saw beyond everything and the both deserved their happiness Wishing Under the Mistletoe by Christi Caldwell I get why she left him, he was all about work. Gotta make some money to prove everyone he is worthy..though! I sure would have liked to see how on earth a stableboy ended up engaged to a Duke's granddaughter?! Anyway a nice second chance romance. They talk it through, they see the light Compromise Under the Mistletoe by Janna MacGregor Another second chance romance. Married couple had lots of hawt sex, but never talked (like hello it takes the both of you.) And now they are pretending to be in love, and will obvi finally talk and be happy again. Mischief & Mistletoe by Erica Ridley Lady Louisa is a spinster thanks to gossip columns. Now is her last chance, and she is seen for once, but gives her heart to a poet. And awww, xmas times, they fall for each other and well he does have a bad secret. Grrr All in all sweet and good stories. It sounds like a fun revelry for sure. And at the end I am left thinking, whose original story is it? When will the viscount find love? He needs love too ;) Good narrator, since it was 4 stories, I never felt lost, I always knew in which story I was even though some characters walked through them all. Nice distinct voices.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Shoshanna Ford

    I’m not a huge novella fan. I like looong books with lots of character development and an intricate plot. There is one exception, however. The exception is holiday novellas. Especially the house party variety. Often at the holidays I just need a little escape for ~30 minutes or an hour, and can’t spare the time or mental energy for a good thick novel. Oh yes, a Christmas anthology is *JUST* the thing. I read this one on Labor day, as I have the ARC, but I will almost certainly revisit this antho I’m not a huge novella fan. I like looong books with lots of character development and an intricate plot. There is one exception, however. The exception is holiday novellas. Especially the house party variety. Often at the holidays I just need a little escape for ~30 minutes or an hour, and can’t spare the time or mental energy for a good thick novel. Oh yes, a Christmas anthology is *JUST* the thing. I read this one on Labor day, as I have the ARC, but I will almost certainly revisit this anthology during the height of the holiday stress. These are Novellas that can easily be revisited. The best thing about house party themed historicals is that everyone falls head over heels in less than a fortnight. It is so fun! A Mistletoe Kiss by Eloisa James: Eloisa James is a treasure! I loved Cressie! I could not believe how ill she was treated by her father. I really wished the story was longer (I know, I know, that’s ALWAYS my problem with Novellas). The story felt a bit rushed. I did enjoy the characters and loved the setting. Though I felt it was a bit rushed, It was a full story. Every necessary detail is there, and we aren’t left with a bunch of loose ends. It was lovely. Wishing Under the Mistletoe by Christi Caldwell: This one has all of that particular Christi Caldwell magic! Cyrus and Isabelle deserve a second chance as adults with fully formed brains, and boy did Christi deliver. I love every single page. All Cyrus and Isabelle needed was a good conversation. They never stopped loving each other. *swoon*. Truly an excellent novella. Compromise Under the Mistletoe by Janna MacGregor: Caroline and Stephen are another couple here for a second chance. They also could absolutely resolve a lot if they had sat down and had a frank conversation with each other. They need a chance to learn to speak each other’s language, and what better setting for it than a house party!? The story is lovely, the characters are excellent. I had forgotten how much I enjoy Janna MacGregor’s style. I need to go catch up on her back canon. Cannot wait! Mischief & Mistletoe by Erica Ridley: I think this one might have been my favorite in the anthology. Again, Erica Ridley delivers. Louisa is a poet, Ewan is a “poet”. It’s a match made in heaven! Or is it? Dun Dun Duuuun. Secrets and deceptions come close to keeping this pair apart. I thoroughly appreciated Louisa. She is a pragmatic heroine. Ewan could have been a bit more honest with her. I’m not holding a grudge, he made up for it. I love this story. It kept me on my toes for sure. I did not know how Erica was going to make love triumph, but I knew she would. *melodramatic sigh*. This was a lovely note to end the anthology on. If you, like me, absolutely need a quick little bed time read to unwind during the holiday season, or a good launch into the Christmas spirit, grab this book and a warm mug of peppermint tea and settle in!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    It's so hard to rate this kind of anthology! I enjoyed the shared setting a lot, and I also really enjoyed the first and last novellas in it (by Eloisa James and Erica Ridley). For various reasons, the middle two novellas didn't work for me, personally, as a reader. However, I was still glad to have bought a copy because I enjoyed the other two stories in it so much. So...? I'm leaving this one without any particular star rating because I'm not sure what the right rating would be, but I did enjo It's so hard to rate this kind of anthology! I enjoyed the shared setting a lot, and I also really enjoyed the first and last novellas in it (by Eloisa James and Erica Ridley). For various reasons, the middle two novellas didn't work for me, personally, as a reader. However, I was still glad to have bought a copy because I enjoyed the other two stories in it so much. So...? I'm leaving this one without any particular star rating because I'm not sure what the right rating would be, but I did enjoy it overall, and I think personal taste factors heavily into what worked vs didn't work in my own reading.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jen Davis

    This book features a collection of stories that all take place against the backdrop of the Duke of Greystoke’s Christmas Revelry.... "Mistletoe Christmas" by Eloisa James is the first short in this anthology and tells the story of the Duke's daughter, Cressenda, who is the actual architect behind the party, even though her father claims all the glory for the exclusive affair. The Duke is selfish and awful (and dying.) He's pushed Cressie to make the party the centerpiece of her life, forcing her This book features a collection of stories that all take place against the backdrop of the Duke of Greystoke’s Christmas Revelry.... "Mistletoe Christmas" by Eloisa James is the first short in this anthology and tells the story of the Duke's daughter, Cressenda, who is the actual architect behind the party, even though her father claims all the glory for the exclusive affair. The Duke is selfish and awful (and dying.) He's pushed Cressie to make the party the centerpiece of her life, forcing her to miss out on a real season or a chance to find a husband. He has even given away her dowry in an effort to bribe his heir to keep the party going after his death. And just when she'd given up hope, Elias (friend to the aforementioned heir) decides to make her his wife. This is definitely an instalove story. In just a matter of hours, Elias goes from seeing her as a frumpy nobody to a woman he can't live without. Of course, Cressie has trouble believing him. No one has ever wanted her. It's kind of sad. And this romance moves really fast. But James does a good job setting up this great party and Cressie as a character. Elias... not so much. But I guess it was enough that he was handsome and saw value in Cressie when no one else did. It was... ok. I liked the second story, "Wishing Under the Mistletoe" by Christi Caldwell, a bit more. I find that short stories work better for me when the hero and heroine already have a history. Here, Isabelle and Cyrus are reunited 10 years after they broke off their engagement. The son of a servant, Cyrus was more focused on making money than his fiancee, and as the granddaughter of a duke, she couldn't see outside of her own life experiences to understand why. Fate (or maybe some well meaning loved ones) throw them together on a project for the Revelry and all their old feelings come rushing back. I felt like Cyrus was a bit more in the wrong in their past than Isabelle was, and she had to do a little more work to give them their HEA, but overall, I enjoyed the journey. (Like I said before, class differences are like catnip for me.) "Compromise Under the Mistletoe" by Janna MacGregor was another second chance at love story, and it echoed the previous story a little. Unlike Isabelle and Cyrus, Stephen and Caroline are married, but estranged. She left him a year earlier because (like Cyrus) he was inattentive and too focused on his work. Other than their time in the bedroom, he treated her like an afterthought. They reunite at the Revelry so she can try to convince the duke to release her trust early. The only catch... she and Stephen have to convince the old man they are a happy couple first. It rang a little hollow for me after reading such a similar themed story right before it. And like Isabelle, Caro takes on some of the blame for their problems, though Stephen was clearly more in the wrong. Meh.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Luz Trevino

    Mistletoe Christmas: An Anthology Rating: 4 christmasy stars Thank you to the publisher for the ARC given through NetGalley for review. All opinions are my own. Mistletoe Christmas is a collection of four romance stories that take place during Christmas. Each one is written by wonderful a author who brought me happiness and winter cheer during these hot, humid Texas days. Each story brought together two people who either never thought that they would fall in love or that they would get a second chan Mistletoe Christmas: An Anthology Rating: 4 christmasy stars Thank you to the publisher for the ARC given through NetGalley for review. All opinions are my own. Mistletoe Christmas is a collection of four romance stories that take place during Christmas. Each one is written by wonderful a author who brought me happiness and winter cheer during these hot, humid Texas days. Each story brought together two people who either never thought that they would fall in love or that they would get a second chance at finally having a HEA they had previously missed out on. Overall I give it 4 stars. My favorite one was Compromise Under the Mistletoe by Janna MacGregor....second chance at romance with a little more angst that I enjoy so much reading in my romance stories. Highly recommended!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Janet

    The Duke of Greystoke's Christmas Revelry is famous throughout the British Isles for its plays, dancing, magical grotto... not to mention scandals leading to the marriage licenses he hands out like confetti. But not everyone welcomes a visit from Cupid. Lady Cressida, the duke's daughter, is too busy managing the entertainments--and besides, her own father has called her dowdy. Her cousin, Lady Isabelle Wilkshire, is directing Cinderella and has no interest in marriage. Lady Caroline Whitmore is The Duke of Greystoke's Christmas Revelry is famous throughout the British Isles for its plays, dancing, magical grotto... not to mention scandals leading to the marriage licenses he hands out like confetti. But not everyone welcomes a visit from Cupid. Lady Cressida, the duke's daughter, is too busy managing the entertainments--and besides, her own father has called her dowdy. Her cousin, Lady Isabelle Wilkshire, is directing Cinderella and has no interest in marriage. Lady Caroline Whitmore is already (unhappily) married; the fact that she and her estranged husband have to pretend to be together just makes her dread the party all the more. But not as much as Miss Louisa Harcourt, whose mother bluntly tells her that this is her last chance to escape the horrors of being an old maid. Four of my must read authors collaborating together in this delightful anthology set at a house party, all of the four stories are well written with strong characters, there are different tropes but all have a charming journey to their HEAs. My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read

  20. 4 out of 5

    Julia

    Four romance writers. Four novellas set at 'the' Christmas house party of the Regency era. I enjoyed Eloisa James' and Christi Caldwell's stories, but they felt a bit stilted. Yet, I really loved the stories by Janna MacGregor and Erica Ridley. All in all, a lovely Christmas romance read. Four romance writers. Four novellas set at 'the' Christmas house party of the Regency era. I enjoyed Eloisa James' and Christi Caldwell's stories, but they felt a bit stilted. Yet, I really loved the stories by Janna MacGregor and Erica Ridley. All in all, a lovely Christmas romance read.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Pelusa Rivera

    We have a little smorgasbord with this book, a little bit of everything. You have 4 of the best historical romance authors out there, so if you don't like one of them you will like the other one, so grab. and enjoy. This is a wonderful Christmas treat for my historical romance rcvd an ARC at no cost to author...(netgalley) voluntarily reviewed with my own thoughts and opinions We have a little smorgasbord with this book, a little bit of everything. You have 4 of the best historical romance authors out there, so if you don't like one of them you will like the other one, so grab. and enjoy. This is a wonderful Christmas treat for my historical romance rcvd an ARC at no cost to author...(netgalley) voluntarily reviewed with my own thoughts and opinions

  22. 5 out of 5

    AnnMarie

    Mistletoe Christmas: An Anthology, four stories by four wonderful authors: Eloisa James, Christi Caldwell, Janna MacGregor and Erica Ridley. There is one thing I love more than romantic Christmas stories, which is when there is an anthology of them that are set at the same event. The event in this anthology is the Duke of Greystoke's Christmas Revelry. Each author tells the tale of a different couple in attendance at the Revelry for one reason or another. Eloisa's story A Mistletoe Kiss is about L Mistletoe Christmas: An Anthology, four stories by four wonderful authors: Eloisa James, Christi Caldwell, Janna MacGregor and Erica Ridley. There is one thing I love more than romantic Christmas stories, which is when there is an anthology of them that are set at the same event. The event in this anthology is the Duke of Greystoke's Christmas Revelry. Each author tells the tale of a different couple in attendance at the Revelry for one reason or another. Eloisa's story A Mistletoe Kiss is about Lady Cressida, the Duke's youngest daughter. He treats her terribly, making her feel dowdy, trying to keep her to himself so that she can make sure that his Christmas event, which takes year-long planning, will be perfect and the talk of society. She has little self-confidence and believes she is past any hope of marriage. Elias, Lord Darcy de Royleston is looking for a wife. The last person he is interested in for that post is Cressie, the very plain cousin of his friend and the Duke's heir, Val. Throughout the Revelry, he comes to see her in a different light and wants nothing more than to marry her. With an interfering Duke in the mix, will he be able to get what he wants? Christi's story Wishing Under the Mistletoe is about the Duke's granddaughter Isabelle. Invited to be in charge of the Revelry's theatrical entertainment Isabelle doesn't know that the man she was once betrothed to, Cyrus, will also be at the Revelry. He has been tasked with helping her. He has no idea either that he will be seeing her there and the flood gates of the past whoosh open as soon as they see each other. Will they have a second chance at love, or will the thing that separated them in the past still stand between them now? Janna's contribution Compromise Under the Mistletoe tells the story of a married couple Caroline, the Duke's Niece, and Stephen whose marriage is floundering. After a year apart they are both ordered to attend the Christmas Revelry together. They have to prove that they are happily married or the Duke won't let her have money that is in trust for her. Can they pull off the charade, or will it become more than make-believe? Erica's contribution to Mistletoe and Mischief is the fourth and final story in the book. This time it only partly involves a relative of the Duke in as much as he wants his nephew Val to marry this season and provide the family with an heir. He could marry Miss Louisa Harcourt. She, with her mother, have been invited to the Revelry. Louisa's mother has told her that she has to find a husband this season and will push her towards whatever titled man she thinks might take her on. The problem is that the only man she is interested in is a famous poet. He isn't rich, and he isn't suitable. Louisa wants him but knows she has to keep her mother happy, so how will the predicament resolve? This anthology was an absolute delight to read. It may be a Christmas themed book but it can be enjoyed any time of the year. It will definitely put you into the festive spirit.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Vickie Raynor

    I love an anthology by several authors that can seamlessly each write a book that flows into the next. The Christmas Revelry was full of excitement, romance and intrigue. Each story was as good as the last. I was swept away over and over. The characters were exquisite. I’m only sad it’s over. I will wait and hope for more! Book gifted to me.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Brenda

    From four Authors, Eloisa James, Christi Caldwell, Janna MacGregor, and Erica Ridley comes four original stories that tell a hilarious tale of a Christmas house party. It serves up love and scandal in equal measure! These four stories are tied together by the house party of a dying Duke. Elegant and filled with love these stories are the stuff that love is made for. I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher and NetGalley. This in no way affects my opinion of this book which I From four Authors, Eloisa James, Christi Caldwell, Janna MacGregor, and Erica Ridley comes four original stories that tell a hilarious tale of a Christmas house party. It serves up love and scandal in equal measure! These four stories are tied together by the house party of a dying Duke. Elegant and filled with love these stories are the stuff that love is made for. I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher and NetGalley. This in no way affects my opinion of this book which I read and reviewed voluntarily.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jaime

    An anthology that celebrates Christmas and love. Written by four amazing authors each story featuring a separate couple, with overlapping supporting characters, the setting is the same for all the stories, and all the stories occurring concurrently-it’s an intriguing method for an anthology. The connecting theme for these romances is The Duke of Greystoke’s Christmas Revelry, which is a 2-week long house party, where all the most influential members of society gather to celebrate Christmastime. An anthology that celebrates Christmas and love. Written by four amazing authors each story featuring a separate couple, with overlapping supporting characters, the setting is the same for all the stories, and all the stories occurring concurrently-it’s an intriguing method for an anthology. The connecting theme for these romances is The Duke of Greystoke’s Christmas Revelry, which is a 2-week long house party, where all the most influential members of society gather to celebrate Christmastime. There are plays, dancing, magical grotto… not to mention scandals leading to the marriage licenses Greystoke hands out like confetti. The revelry has been known to make kings, gather great minds, and it is the most sought event of the year. You must be invited to the revelry. The elusive and grandeur location is made more intriguing this year as The Duke of Greystoke’s health is failing and he has lose ends to tie up, relations and acquaintances are called from near and far, at least 8 of these people will end up falling in love. I enjoyed these stories and the amount of details that were included. The collaboration between the authors and editors should not be overlooked. Lady Cressida, the duke’s daughter, is too busy managing the entertainments—and besides, her own father has called her dowdy. Her cousin, Lady Isabelle Wilkshire, is directing Cinderella and has no interest in marriage. Lady Caroline Whitmore is already (unhappily) married; the fact that she and her estranged husband have to pretend to be together just makes her dread the party all the more. But not as much as Miss Louisa Harcourt, whose mother bluntly tells her that this is her last chance to escape the horrors of being an old maid. Needless to say it, but I would very much enjoy each author expanding their story. I fell in love with each unique character and loved that everyone got their HEA. Overall, this is a fun anthology full of the holiday spirit and romance!! 4.5 Stars

  26. 5 out of 5

    Annette Drewett

    A wonderful four book Christmas anthology from four amazing historical authors, based around the Duke of Greystroke’s Christmas Revelry. My favourite of the four is Erica Ridley’s book Mischief and Mistletoe. Louisa and Ewan must overcome prejudice and scandal before they can be free to be themselves and reach for their happy ever after. I received an ARC copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving an honest review.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Smitten

    Mistletoe Christmas is a compilation of four stories, each revolving around the Duke of Greystoke’s annual holiday house party, the Revelry. It is known for bringing together the most influential people of England and is the most important event outside of the Season. The first story, A Mistletoe Kiss by Eloisa James, involves the Duke of Greystoke’s daughter, Cressida (Cressie), and Lord Darcy de Royleston (Elias). On his deathbed, the Duke secures a promise from his nephew, his heir, to conti Mistletoe Christmas is a compilation of four stories, each revolving around the Duke of Greystoke’s annual holiday house party, the Revelry. It is known for bringing together the most influential people of England and is the most important event outside of the Season. The first story, A Mistletoe Kiss by Eloisa James, involves the Duke of Greystoke’s daughter, Cressida (Cressie), and Lord Darcy de Royleston (Elias). On his deathbed, the Duke secures a promise from his nephew, his heir, to continue with the Revelry for 10 more years. Cressie, who is the actual brains behind the Revelry, does not want to continue. Cressie would rather find a husband, even though she has not been afforded a season and has not had much male attention. The nephew’s best friend, Elias, is looking for a wife and decides to consider Cressie. I found this story to be quite charming. The characters are likeable, and I found myself rooting for them. Even though this is a short story, the author does a good job allowing the characters feelings to develop. It doesn’t feel rushed or forced. There is one sex scene. It’s not particularly graphic, much more focused on emotions than the physical act, so it scores a Sensual on the heat scale. I highly recommend this story and I rate it as a 4.5. The second story, Wishing Under the Mistletoe by Christi Caldwell, involves one of the Duke’s granddaughters, Lady Isabelle Wilkshire, and her once fiancé, Mr. Cyrus Hill. Isabelle cut off her engagement with Cyrus when she felt he was more interested in his work than with starting a life with her. She left and pursued her passion for writing plays. Ten years later, Isabelle is invited to attend and produce the pantomime for the Revelry. It also happens that Cyrus, who had become successful as an investment manager, is invited to attend with his friend, the future heir to the dukedom. Isabelle and Cyrus are assigned to work together on the pantomime. I enjoyed the author’s writing style and storytelling. The characters were interesting and not the typical lord or lady. However, the idea that these characters would suddenly acknowledge their faults and responsibilities in their break-up, 10 years after the fact, and in a matter of days be completely able to forgive and forget is unrealistic. There is one sex scene in this story. More time is spent telling of the emotions surrounding this act that the actual sex itself. I give this story a classification of Sensual on the heat scale. I would give this story a 3.5 rating, pretty good but some minor problems. The third story, Compromise Under the Mistletoe by Janna MacGregor, involves Caroline Whitmore, niece of the Duke of Greystoke, and Lord Stephen. After a year of marriage, and feeling ignored, Caroline left Stephen and moved to London. A year later, Caroline would like to gain her trust fund money and must convince her Uncle, the Duke of Greystoke, that she and Stephen have reunited. This was a pretty good story. The characters were relatable, and the author did a good job of bringing empathy for them. She also did a good job of telling how the characters begin to see one another’s perspectives. This story has one sex scene which is quite descriptive, therefore it earns a score of Hot on the heat scale. I liked this story a lot and give it a rating of 4.5. The fourth story, Mischief & Mistletoe by Erica Ridley, is the story of Miss Louisa Harcourt and Mr. Ewan Reid. As neighbors of the Duke of Greystoke, Louisa and her mother receive an invitation every year to the Revelry. At this year’s event, her mother is determined for her daughter to find a husband. Louisa reluctantly agrees although she would prefer to spend her time writing poetry. Surprisingly, Louisa is drawn to a gentleman known as a poet. Ewan keeps to himself, portraying the image of the brooding poet, but he is not what he seems to be. This story was the frustrating for me to read. I disliked Ewan and it made it difficult to enjoy. While behaving in a manner to assist a family member, Ewan did awful things. It was also quite unbelievable that Louisa, who had suffered from the Ewan’s past actions, was able to simply forgive and forget in a matter of a hours. There is one sex scene in this story. It is short and not very detailed. I give this story a heat score of Sensual. The story I give a score of 3. ~ Andrea

  28. 4 out of 5

    eyes.2c

    A scrumptious delight of Christmas Revels! Four novellas about high society’s forgotten women, or those who wanted more, centered around the fabulous annual Duke of Greystoke’s Revelry of 1815 The Revelry is described as, “ a magnificent Christmastide house party featuring every amusement and wonder…there are plays, dancing, a magical grotto . . . His Grace has a genius for bringing together the finest in England: the aristocracy mingles with artists, politicians, commoners—even journalists and op A scrumptious delight of Christmas Revels! Four novellas about high society’s forgotten women, or those who wanted more, centered around the fabulous annual Duke of Greystoke’s Revelry of 1815 The Revelry is described as, “ a magnificent Christmastide house party featuring every amusement and wonder…there are plays, dancing, a magical grotto . . . His Grace has a genius for bringing together the finest in England: the aristocracy mingles with artists, politicians, commoners—even journalists and opera dancers!“ It occasionally gives rise to “scandalous behavior”. It’s also known to be a place where a young woman who didn’t shine during the Season might find a partner, given the more informal situation. Each story gives us a combination of Christmas festivities and a chance at romance either long given up or given away. A Mistletoe Kiss by Eloisa James Lady Cressida, the Duke of Greystoke’s daughter, is the force behind her father’s annual revelries. An invitation to the Revely is something the ton lusts for. The invitees list is published annually. Make the list and you’ve arrived. Marriages and fortunes are made here. The occasion is a wonderland of delight. Not for Cressida though. Her selfish, dying father does everything he can to keep her chained to his side, both now and after his death. He relishes kudos of power at play. And so we come to Cressida’s future. In an instance the bandaid of filial devotion is shattered. Where to for Cressida from here? Tightly written, with the Duke of Greyford such a controlling, dislikeable character, that I throbbed with indignation. Wishing Under the Mistletoe by Christi Caldwell A fairytale of love lost. The past pulls on the present in this second chance Christmas romance. Ten years ago Lady Isabelle Wilkshire left her fiancé and walked off into a future of playwriting. She’s been called back to her grandfather’s Revelry (yes, the Duke of Greystoke) to produce a pantomime for the annual celebrations. Cyrus Hill, the man she was to marry is also present. Let the games begin! A touching story of love regained, of lost chances and misunderstandings. Once again the detestable duke is a hovering presence even if it’s from his deathbed. Compromise Under the Mistletoe by Janna MacGregor Lady Caroline Whitmore had left her husband Lord Stephen exactly one year ago. Not because she didn’t love him, but because he didn’t truly see her. Having started an art gallery for women she needs her inheritance from her uncle, the Duke of Greystoke. That comes with conditions. Caroline and her husband are required to attend the Duke’s Revely and prove that they are still together as man and wife, obliging the cantankerous (my words) old curmudgeon and what he wanted. I love the acknowledgement Caroline gives her cousin Cressida. “ It was Cressie’s work that made the event spectacular.” An enjoyable story of love regained, but once more we see the ugly power the Duke keeps trying to impose. He is a malignant presence for those caught in his machinations. Mischief & Mistletoe by Erica Ridley Miss Louisa Harcourt was damaged by the scandal sheets in her season. A column, “compared her to Almack’s insipid lemonade, and led to her being denied a voucher. The column responsible for the loss of a young man whom she might one day have wed.” The season just past was to be her last. To please her mother Louisa has acquiesced to her demands to endeavour to attain the hand of a rich and titled husband by the end of the Duke of Greystoke’s Revels. The thing is Louisa just wants to be left alone to write poetry. That has become her world. When she realises society’s darling poet Mr. Ewan Reid is present Louisa dreams of how she might talk to him about her writing. The thing is Ewan is not all that she thinks he is. He’s a cad even if his reasons for being so might appear honorable. A testy tale that tends towards tragedy, but fortunately is resolved. An Avon and Harper Voyager ARC via NetGalley Please note: Quotes taken from an advanced reading copy maybe subject to change

  29. 5 out of 5

    Lori D

    You are cordially invited to the Duke of Greystoke's annual Christmas Revelry Held at Greystoke Manor, Cheshire December 1815 (If you have received one of these coveted invites, you are making a mark!) Entertainment will be everything imaginable! Four different stories with a chance of love, whether brand new or found again, will keep you enthralled for several hours! A Mistletoe to Kiss by Eloisa James Being the daughter of the Duke of Greystoke has it's challenges, especially when all he does i You are cordially invited to the Duke of Greystoke's annual Christmas Revelry Held at Greystoke Manor, Cheshire December 1815 (If you have received one of these coveted invites, you are making a mark!) Entertainment will be everything imaginable! Four different stories with a chance of love, whether brand new or found again, will keep you enthralled for several hours! A Mistletoe to Kiss by Eloisa James Being the daughter of the Duke of Greystoke has it's challenges, especially when all he does is criticize her, making her feel unattractive and a failure. But, she is the one who makes the party successful each year! He comes with her cousin, the future duke, and it seems, as they meet, there is an attraction there between them. Could this be real? Unfortunately she learns about a wager he made with her cousin and all seems lost. But never fear, love will find a way and they will begin to truly know each other. A truly special romance! Wishing Under the Mistletoe by Christi Caldwell You never know what can happen under that mistletoe! It had been ten years since she had began her future to become a playwright. Unfortunately she had given up her one love to pursue that career. Now they meet again at the party, when her great grandfather, the Duke (grrr) invites her to create a play for the entertainment. A second chance at love seems to be in the cards, if they can only get through their misunderstandings and reunite. As always Christi works her magic and creates a tale of the heart found again! Compromise Under the Mistletoe by Janna MacGregor An estranged couple have to come back together in order for the wife to gain an inheritance. She had left her husband over a year ago because she felt alone because he only gave her minimal attention and never shared himself. Now, she needs her inheritance due to keep funding her art gallery for women and her uncle, the Duke, demands that she and her husband attend his party to prove they are still together. Can love truly come to light and mend their hearts? A wonderful story that touches the heart. Mischief & Mistletoe by Erica Ridley A wonderful story with humor and secrets that bring two people together, if they can only survive the machinations of her mother! Pushed by her mother to attend the Duke's revelry, she is expected to catch the eye of a title gentleman with marriage in mind. But her heart is engaged by a gentleman who is a kindred spirit with their love of poetry. There is a definite attraction, but he has a secret that may ruin everything! A wonderful story of two people who are meant for each other, if only they can find their way!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Judith Miguel

    I loved this anthology sooo much! It has the perfect Christmas spirit that we all need right now. Eloisa James, Christi Caldwell, Janna MacGregor, and Erica Ridley brought us four original stories that tell a hilarious tale of a Christmas house party that serves up love and scandal in equal measure! The Duke of Greystoke’s Christmas Revelry is famous for the scandals leading to the marriage licenses he hands out like confetti. Lady Cressida, the duke’s daughter, is too busy managing the entertainm I loved this anthology sooo much! It has the perfect Christmas spirit that we all need right now. Eloisa James, Christi Caldwell, Janna MacGregor, and Erica Ridley brought us four original stories that tell a hilarious tale of a Christmas house party that serves up love and scandal in equal measure! The Duke of Greystoke’s Christmas Revelry is famous for the scandals leading to the marriage licenses he hands out like confetti. Lady Cressida, the duke’s daughter, is too busy managing the entertainments—and besides, her own father has called her dowdy. Her cousin, Lady Isabelle Wilkshire, is directing Cinderella and has no interest in marriage. Lady Caroline Whitmore is already (unhappily) married; the fact that she and her estranged husband have to pretend to be together just makes her dread the party all the more. But not as much as Miss Louisa Harcourt, whose mother bluntly tells her that this is her last chance to escape the horrors of being an old maid. I’m a huge fan of Eloisa James, but I have to say that my absolutely favorite story was the one written by Christi Caldwell. Nevertheless, all of them are really engaging. There are great sexy times, deep kisses under the mistletoe, illicit affairs, a lot of snow and magical places. All of the stories are beautifully written, with great meaningful dialogs and lovely characters that you can’t stop reading about. I highly recommended this book, it’s easy to read, romantic, sweet, sexy and entertaining. What else could we need? I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

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