|In this Christmas themed anthology, Siren brings us five stories that remind us that even unconventional Christmas wishes can come true. In Home For The Holidays by Elizabeth Raines, Jayne, Steve and Matt were called the Three Musketeers growing up, but now that each man has realized his love for Jayne, can Christmas Spirit bring them together in a whole new way or will it separate them forever? In Angel on Broadway by Cheryl Brooks, Ariel just hasn't been able to move on from her husbands death five years ago in Iraq, but something that night draws her downtown Nashville. Alexei has loved Ariel since he first saw her with her late husband, and when his cousin Nico sees her and is drawn to her. Will he have to watch history repeat itself? Or will a little Christmas magic bring them all together? Thrice Upon a Yuletide by Bethany Michaels, Stephen Viscount Avonmore, his wife Anna and their best friend Philip have always considered themselves to all be married. But when Stephen makes a very personal request and with whispers floating about the ton, will their friendship, let alone their marriage, survive? In A Little Elfin Magic by Mellanie Szereto, Noelle's friends Chris and Nick have asked for favors before and they know that they owe her big, so when she demands that they play the elves to her Mrs. Claus at a community function, they know they can't refuse. What they didn't expect was for her to promise to check them both and make sure the tights haven't damaged any important functions.
Overall, this was a fun book to read. I had a little bit of trouble getting into the first story, but the sex scenes were well worth it. For some reason though it was the opposite with the last story in that I loved the beginning and I sort of lost interest towards the end. However, I loved the two middle stories. At least to me they were exactly how a menage story should be written. They had the true connection between the three characters that I love, along with plenty of hot love scenes. They really made the book for me!
Reviewer: Amy Hopkins
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