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Publisher's Summary

We wish you a merry Christmas...and a happily ever after!

A memorable three-night stand gets rekindled in a cabin in West Virginia. An office romance is sparked by an impulsive holiday kiss. And two best friends scout locations for a marriage proposal and discover that they make a perfect match. 'Tis the season for laughter, love, and a lifetime of happiness.

Edited by Angela James, this anthology includes:

  • "We'll Be Home for Christmas" by HelenKay Dimon
  • "The Best Thing" by Jaci Burton
  • "Ask Her at Christmas" by Christi Barth
©2012 HelenKay Dimon, Jaci Burton, and Christi Barth (P)2012 Audible, Inc

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narrator's are horrible

Overall the stories were good, but all 3 narrations were bad. The first one was so bad I thought I was going to fall asleep while driving. The second was even more monotone and the third made the male character sound like a creepy surfer

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Loved it!

Love the multiple short stories all together. Some narration better then others. Really loved the Kent brothers trilogy. Can't wait for Jaci Burton's next book.

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Narration stinks

I'm having a hard time getting through the surfer dude and Valley Girl narration of Jaci Burton's great Kent Brothers story. I am disappointed.