Holiday for Two

Two light, sexy contemporary romance Christmas novellas where the couples are snowbound for the holiday 46,000 wordsAll Through the Night by Maggie RobinsonNeither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays personal assistant Carrie Moore from the swift completion of her appointed rounds She is used to delivering for the rich and famous Can she mend a hunky EnglishTwo light, sexy contemporary romance Christmas novellas where the couples are snowbound for the holiday 46,000 wordsAll Through the Night by Maggie RobinsonNeither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays personal assistant Carrie Moore from the swift completion of her appointed rounds She is used to delivering for the rich and famous Can she mend a hunky English lord s heart and not get him deported While It Was Snowing by Elyssa PatrickFelicity Evans and Harry Walsh have been best friends forever, but lately, Felicity has noticed the looks Harry has been giving her And she s going to do something about it Sex solves everything, or so she hopes But she never knew Harry was a virgin until now Being snowbound in a Vermont cabin is the perfect opportunity to take things to the next level and perhaps dare to lay her heart out on the line.
Holiday for Two Two light sexy contemporary romance Christmas novellas where the couples are snowbound for the holiday wordsAll Through the Night by Maggie RobinsonNeither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of

  • Title: Holiday for Two
  • Author: Maggie Robinson Elyssa Patrick
  • ISBN: 9780989583510
  • Page: 425
  • Format: ebook
  • 1 thought on “Holiday for Two”

    1. 3.5 stars, it's sweet and perfect for your holiday read. I loved it. I actually stumbled into this book and read it accidentally. Haha. And I love them both. I love this stories because it's light, it's simple and it's romantic. Again, it's perfect if you like your holiday sweet and full of love. Look forward to read more from these two authors! :)

    2. All Through the Night, Carrie and Griffin- 3 starsWhile it Was Snowing, Felcity and Harry- 3.5 starsFull review to come on Fiction Vixen Book Reviews

    3. I love working with Maggie! My novella, While It Was Snowing, was included in this holiday duet, which is no longer available for purchase.

    4. Disclosure: I received this copy from Maggie Robinson. (Maggie wasn't expecting me to review it because it is contemporary, but I did. Thank you, Maggie and Elyssa!) And, yes, this is an honest review.* * *This is two firsts for Love Saves the World: my first contemporary review and my first anthology review.When Maggie Robinson mentioned she was releasing a Christmas story, I was intrigued. Then she added that it would be a contemporary and that really, really piqued my curiosity (I even asked [...]

    5. When I saw Elyssa Patrick had written a Christmas novella, I was ecstatic. I read and loved her novel Stay With Me a few months ago, so naturally when I saw this I immediately added it to my TBR pile!All Through the Night by Maggie Robinson was first. It was a light-hearted, cute story about two strangers (kind of) that get stranded together for a night, since they missed the last ferry to their destination. I say kind of strangers because Carrie Moore knows of Lord Griffin Archer and he knows o [...]

    6. Slick‘s review posted on Guilty Pleasures Book ReviewsReview copy provided for an honest review4 STARSHoliday for Two is a Christmas duology by authors Maggie Robinson (whom I’ve never read) and Elyssa Patrick (whom I’ve read and love). This is two novella sized holiday stories packaged together for one low price. The stories are not connected other than they both take place during the holiday season but both are provide some sexy holiday fun.All Through the Night by Maggie Robinson 4.0 st [...]

    7. I got my jingle bells on with the new holiday duet, Holiday for Two, by Maggie Robinson and Elyssa Patrick. Maggie Robinson is a favorite author for me (can anyone say auto-buy?), and I’m delighted to say that Elyssa Patrick is a new find. Both stories feature couples stranded in a snowstorm-one of my favorite storylines. Oh, this is delicious -- both novellas feature heroes who wear glasses. ; ) Maggie Robinson’s All Through the Night is the first one up. A blizzard keeps Carrie Moore, pers [...]

    8. Posted on What I'm ReadingI was excited to read Holiday for Two by Maggie Robison and Elyssa Patrick. I must say that I have enjoyed both of their works. Thou Maggie Robison normally writes more historical romance, it was nice to get a chance to read something a little different. So, let's dive into my thoughts on these two stories.All Through the NightMaggie RobisonIn this story we meet Carrie Moore who misses the last ferry to get to the island where her boss is at. Not only that she has to sp [...]

    9. I love cabin romances, and I love Christmas books. Combine those two pluses with the fact that the authors of Holiday for Two are friends and former fellow Bon Bons, and I knew this one would be a winner. I was right. Both stories are delightful.“All Through the Night”This novella is Maggie Robinson’s first published contemporary romance. Thus, it seems particularly appropriate that the hero, Griffin Archer, is a viscount with an English accent and a likeness to Mr. Darcy that make him a f [...]

    10. I have a weakness for snowbound stories and this time of year and these two were adorable. Both featured beta heroes (another one of my favorites) and plenty of unrequited longing in the second story which had a friends to lovers theme. In the first story, by Maggie Robinson, the two leads are stranded in a garage at a deserted inn overnight after they miss the ferry, and the roads are closed. For both, it's an interlude out of their normal lives and a chance to connect with someone they would o [...]

    11. Yes, this is a review of two contemporary novellas. Why? Because I love Maggie Robinson's voice and, when I enjoy an author's voice, I sometimes read across genres.In “All Through the Night,” I particularly like how Robinson gives the heroine, Carrie, the more alpha qualities while Griffin is the more reticent, hesitant hero. If you’ve ever read Robinson’s charming historical romances, usually the cautious personalities belong to the heroines while her heroes are the brash and daring one [...]

    12. Grade: A- for bothI’m combining the review/grade for these because although the stories are both sex-in-a-snowstorm, the authors reveal their very different characters so perfectly that you think it’s all going according to plan and then it cocks up but you don’t care because you’re all swoony and everything.

    13. I'd give a 3 to both stories. I had a hard time feeling the chemistry between h/h in Maggie Robinson's story - although I like the idea of a present day viscount hero.I liked the Elyssa Patrick story a little more, although the heroine got on my nerves a bit in the middle. She is cute to start. And the hero is a beta virgin. So win there.

    14. 3.5 stars rounded up.So the first story was nice but in the end it went too fast and I felt like I missed reading a big part of the bookSecond story was much better, sometime I wanted to wring their necks because come on get a better argument

    15. All Through the Night Maggie Robinson4.5/5 StarsWould have been a solid 3 stars if the MC wasn't an anglophile named Carrie (bonus points for glasses on H/h). While it Was Snowing Elyssa PatrickCNF

    16. Two very enjoyable holiday novellas. All Through the Night by Maggie Robinson - Hero with an accent + normal everyday girl = WinWhile It Was Snowing by Elyssa Patrick - Virgin Hero + Outspoken BFF Heroine = OMG Melts and the epilogue made me teary eyed

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