Book Club Thursday: Holiday Review





Welcome back to Book Club Thursday! 
Today we are doing a holiday review...

If you've been following my blog you know that I've been reading a ton of holiday themed books in September and October. I do have a few for December I'll read but I haven't read any new one in November. But I did reread one so I thought I'd share that one with you. When you see what I read you might be a little shocked to know that I reread it every year. Why? I have no clue. I just for some reason love the story.


So This Is Christmas
The Protectors #19
Sherryl Woods, Beverly Barton & Leanne Banks
11/1/2002
Harlequin Books
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 376
Format Read: Paperback
Source: Purchased 

Sherryl Woods "The Perfect Holiday"
What was a holiday without a handsome husband? To Aunt Mae, it wasn't very festive at all! So she sent the perfect man to her single niece, Savannah Holiday. But would wealthy bachelor Trace Franklin become a groom-to-be by Christmastime?

Beverly Barton "Faith, Hope and Love"
After one passionate night, Faith Sheridan found herself pregnant with her sexy bodyguard's child. Now she hoped the news of their secret child would be a welcome gift to Worth Cordell this holiday -- and the beginning of a lifetime of love . . .

Leanne Banks "A Rancher in Her Stocking"
This Christmas, spirited schoolteacher Amy Winslow was sharing a home with a ruggedly handsome rancher! Now if only she could teach tight-lipped Lucas Bennett that the holidays were meant to be merry. And that he was made for love!


So back in 2002 I read all three stories. I love all the authors so it was a pleasure read for me. But only one of the three stories do I read over and over and that's Faith, Hope and Love by Beverly Barton. First off, I loved her Proctor's series. I read 29 books of this 30 book series. I think I didn't read the last one because it was the last one. Maybe I use it for my someday...Sunday post. Two birds, one stone!

It's really funny but here it is. This series is so large and yet I only reread only one book. Plus the fact that the book has three novella's and I only read one is also a little bit off. But that's me. 

Faith and Worth's story started in another book but for the life of me I can't remember which one. It's been a very long time since I read this series. The last book was out like 14 years ago. But you would have no trouble reading it on it's own. 

So what's a favorite Christmas story of yours? 

If you've read this story or any books by any of the authors I'd love to hear your thoughts. Thanks for visiting and happy reading! ♡



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Comments

  1. Oh, I haven't read Beverly Barton in forever , a shame because she is so good!

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