Author: Tanya Stowe, Marianne Evans, Mary manners, Delia Latham
Genre: Contemporary Romance/Anthology
Nestled into five beautiful acres just outside Hope Creek, Tennessee, Christmas Inn is an unforgettable place known for its joyful atmosphere and festive setting. Holiday decorations adorn each room. Trees glittering with ribbons and ornaments, gorgeous wreaths, velvet stockings and pine-scented candles brighten visitors’ stay at this vacation spot dedicated to Christmas all year, every year. The resort offers all the usual enticements plus one unique amenity…love. The little white chapel behind the inn, built by the Christmas family in the 1890s, boasts bell tower bells that toll when couples fall in love.Every year people come to the inn looking for their Christmas spirit. Sometimes they find love too. Will the bells ring again this year?
Reviewer: Sandra Burson
What a wonderful, delightful read. It was enhanced for me, since I read it over the Holidays. I can't think of a better place to take your family on vacation. I want to go there, sign me up. Each of the authors featured, wrote about the Christmas Inn and finding true love. Yet each added something to the stories with their own style. Someone else wrote and I must agree, it was like watching a Hallmark movie.
I love reading Christmas books during the season. This one is so charming it is one to be read at anytime. I love when I find a great wholesome novel that I can recommend to my daughter or granddaughter. Love at Christmas Inn is appropriate for YA as well as adult. I believe YA readers would find the stories entertaining. This was one of the best Collections I have ever read, and I read a lot. This to me is a must read.
I received a complementary copy of this collection from the authors through Interviews and Reviews. The opinions expressed in this review are my own.
Reviewer: Edwina Cowgill
All of the stories took place at Christmas Inn, a fictional location that I found myself longing to go there. The authors of these books did such a great job of keeping the details of the Inn the same, and yet made the stories and characters different and interesting. This collection is a stand-alone series, but I read Collection 1 and then Collection 2 - both extremely enjoyable. Even though Christmas 2018 has come and gone, I recommend both collections to enjoy during the cold winter months!