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All they want for Christmas is you.
It’s the time of year for twinkling lights on trees and kisses under the mistletoe. Yet the passing of another year means nothing to the stunning immortals who lurk in the shadows of the new-fallen snow.
And they don’t care if you’ve been naughty or nice.
Let four fanged lovers open your eyes to a passion you never dared to imagine. After all, there’s no place like home for the holidays—and these dazzling vampires can’t wait for an invitation.
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Sevearl Okay Stories
This anthology consists of four short stories centered around the Christmas Holiday Season and Vampires. The stories make for an okay book but the Vampires in these stories are both strange and sometime uncomfortably brooding. Not your average alpha, badass Vampire lore. All stories end happily ever after but getting there at time can be slow and boring. Review of each story is below.
First, Enchanted by Blood by Laurie London. Part of the Sweetblood series, if you haven't read the other books some of the emotional character connections will be lost. It was a good story but a bit long. The main characters knew each other a year ago by Charlotte had her memory erased which in it self had some plot holes. Otherwise it was a good complete story.
Second, Monsters Don't Do Christmas by Michele Hauf. An interesting take on what constitutes a "Monster" I enjoyed the stress that comes from trying to be famous but dating a Vampire. The fight between Vampires and Werewolves was a bit distracting and we didn't get a lot of backstory as to what the issue was but it really wasn't a big part of the story.
Third, When Herald Angels Sing by Caridad Piñeiro.
Finally, All I Want for Christmas by Alexis Morgan. I enjoyed Della and Egan's blossoming relationship.
- Jordan T
Four enjoyable vampire Christmas stories.
All of the stories in this anthology are HEA with no cliffhanger.
**Enchanted by Blood by Laurie London**
Having read this book makes me very much want to read the rest of the series. I think it goes without saying that I loved Charlotte & Trace's story.
**Monsters Don't Do Christmas by Michele Hauf**
I understand why Olivia calls her public persona a monster, but I don't think that validates her statement at the beginning of the book about being more of a monster than Daniel (a vampire), or something to that effect.
**When Herald Angels Sing by Caridad Piñeiro**
Sadly, I wasn't paying that close of attention while listening to this part of the anthology (multitasking will do that...). I did enjoy it, but it wasn't my favorite book of the anthology.
**All I Want for Christmas by Alexis Morgan**
While I was more present for this book than When Herald Angels Sing, I was still a bit distracted. Nonetheless, I definitely enjoyed this book and Della and Egan's blossoming relationship.