Thursday, October 26, 2017

Christmas Grace: A Regency Collection {Review}

Christmas Grace: A Regency Collection
Paperback, 272 pages
Published October 2nd 2017 by Covenant Communications

Let Nothing You Dismay by Jennifer Moore, After their childhood friendship blossomed into love, one young couple's whirlwind romance ended in bitter disappointment. Now, years later, can a long-overdue Christmas gift heal two wounded hearts?

Christmas at Canterwood by Krista Lynn Jensen A charming new governess is determined to create a magical Christmas for her young charges. What follows is a season of warmth, laughter, and even the promise of an unanticipated love.

Winter Angel by Anita Stansfield For generations, one small London bakery has carried on the sweet tradition of delivering bread to the impoverished. When the lovely baker meets a down-on-his luck stranger, her kindness will open the door to a bright friendship—and an astonishing discovery.

Christmas Grace by Chalon Linton After suffering a heartbreaking loss, one woman returns home to honor the family tradition of staging a Christmas celebration for the surrounding village. But when a severe snowstorm hinders her plans, help—and hope—find her in the most unexpected of ways.


My Review: 5 Stars

I love the Regency time period and loved each one of these Christmas tales. I always say that I would love to live back then, but only if I could be a Lady or Countess or someone of title. However, it was very refreshing to read a collection of stories that tell of many different classes and situations, many of which weren't easy to deal with.

I loved the traditions found within and the sweet charm that results from that special holiday magic. Each short story left me with a sweet feeling and thinking about this lovable characters.

Content: very mild romance

*I received a copy, which didn't affect my opinion in any way*


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