• Title: Five Golden Rings
  • Author: Fern Michaels Kat Martin Jo Beverley Katherine Sutcliffe Brenda Joyce
  • ISBN: 9780821770627
  • Page: 389
  • Format: Paperback
  • Five Golden Rings Five bestselling authors deck the halls with romance for the holidays in this special collection of stories each featuring an Introduction by its author Included are Michaels A Bright Red Ribbon Ka
    Five bestselling authors deck the halls with romance for the holidays in this special collection of stories, each featuring an Introduction by its author Included are Michaels A Bright Red Ribbon , Kat Martin s Christmas Angel , Jo Beverley s Twelfth Night , Katherine Sutcliffe s Home For Christmas , and Brenda Joyce s The Miracle.

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    1. Picked this up off the free shelf at the library so I had nothing to lose by adding it to my stack of books to read. Since it has a Christmas theme I decided to finally get around to reading it. This is not my usual genre (romance) but it was okay - fairly clean which I appreciated. I liked "A Bright Red Ribbon" the best and found myself skimming the others. I found "Twelfth Night" to be too "blah" for my taste and would say that one is my least favorite. I'll be passing this book onto a neighbo [...]

    2. During Countdown to Christmas, I tend to make my way through several books like these that are a complication. Each of the stories were quick reads, well-written and developed for only 100-120 pages. Would recommend for anyone looking to break up reading into smaller portions to manage through the stories.

    3. These five very different stories are republished together in the one book entitled "Five Golden Rings" The time frame and location of each book is very different from the other five. Even though it is not Christmas time, I really did enjoy reading these short books. Each one is a page turner.

    4. I only read the 3 historical romances. I really enjoyed the stories by Kat Martin and Brenda Joyce. I wish publishers didn't group contemporary and historical romances together as I have no interest in the contemporary ones.

    5. Another book for the Christmas in July challenge. Not my favorite genre, but should be a quick read.

    6. Fern Michaels' "A Bright Red Ribbon"Kat Martin's "Christmas Angel"Jo Beverley's "Twelfth Night"Katherine Sutcliffe's "Home For Christmas"Brenda Joyce's "The Miracle

    7. I only read the Brenda Joyce story, The Miracle. It was the follow up to her book After Innocence- which I loved. This short-story was just, blah.

    8. This is a series of short stories that all take place at Christmas time. The stories are good, but some are a bit graphic.

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