Reviewed by: Book Addict

Holiday Hideout
by Vicki Lewis Thompson,
 Jill Shalvis & Julie Kenner

Published November 1, 2011 by Harlequin

The Thanksgiving Fix by Vicki Lewis Thompson

Finding Mr. Right is the furthest thing from Beth Davis's mind when the Reno professor takes Thanksgiving break at a colleague's Lake Tahoe cabin. Until Coinneach McFarland arrives to fix a suspicious leak. It looks like somebody's playing matchmaker for two people sworn to stay single. But as things heat up, Beth is astonished to find she has discovered her soul mate just as she'd given up looking.

The Christmas Set-Up by Jill Shalvis

Competing architects Zoe and Jason have two weeks to come up with the design to win a coveted new project. But when a snowstorm strands them together at a secluded cabin, Zoe sees her chance to show Jason how she really feels. With romance blooming under the mistletoe, can she get the gorgeous Scrooge into the true Christmas spirit?

The New Year's Deal by Julie Kenner

Five years ago, Cleo Daire and Josh Goodson said goodbye and went their separate ways. But first they made a promise to reunite. Now the ex-lovers are spending New Year's Eve in a romantic cabin, where passion takes them by surprise and long-wished-for dreams can sometimes come true.

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This holiday anthology was a light, quick read that really put me in the holiday spirit. I loved the concept of a “magical” cabin of love which brings couples together, and it tied in nicely to each of the stories. There was a sense of continuity as the cabin’s owners played matchmaker with each fated couple.

In The Thanksgiving Fix, two people who are tired of their family’s fix-ups find they’re not content to stay single after a steamy weekend spent together. But can old habits really be broken?

In The Christmas Set-Up, two colleagues finally act on the attraction that has been sizzling between them for months. They agree to be partners in a project for work, but will that lead to being partners in other ways?

In The New Year’s Deal, two lovers are reunited after hard circumstances forced them apart five years ago. They were once perfect together, but can that still be true after all this time?

I highly recommend this book if you too are looking for a little holiday magic!

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