Mistletoe and Mischief: A Collection of Magical Holiday Tales

Melanie Karsak Margo Bond Collins Erin Hayes Blaire Edens Pauline Creeden Jayne Fury Katie Hayoz S.K. Gregory

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Mistletoe and Mischief: A Collection of Magical Holiday Tales

Mistletoe and Mischief A Collection of Magical Holiday Tales Limited Edition Holiday Collection Sixteen magical holiday stories from NY Times and USA Today bestsellers and award winning authors are sure to get you in the holiday spirit This collection will whis

  • Title: Mistletoe and Mischief: A Collection of Magical Holiday Tales
  • Author: Melanie Karsak Margo Bond Collins Erin Hayes Blaire Edens Pauline Creeden Jayne Fury Katie Hayoz S.K. Gregory
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  • Page: 163
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  • Limited Edition Holiday Collection Sixteen magical holiday stories from NY Times and USA Today bestsellers and award winning authors are sure to get you in the holiday spirit This collection will whisk you from Christmas season in steampunk London to Yule celebrations with the coven to Hanukkah celebrations with a supernatural twist Battle Krampus, ghosts, vampires, dem Limited Edition Holiday Collection Sixteen magical holiday stories from NY Times and USA Today bestsellers and award winning authors are sure to get you in the holiday spirit This collection will whisk you from Christmas season in steampunk London to Yule celebrations with the coven to Hanukkah celebrations with a supernatural twist Battle Krampus, ghosts, vampires, demons, and a hell of an eggnog hangover in this special collection of paranormal, horror, urban fantasy, and steampunk holiday talesPPERMINT AND PENTACLES A Steampunk Christmas Fairy Tale by Melanie KarsakHELL S SILVER BELLS by Margo Bond CollinsA HARKER CHRISTMAS by Erin HayesPOINSETTIAS and POLTERGEISTS A Southern Stones Short by Blaire EdensHEARTLESS IN NEW ORLEANS by Pauline CreedenALL IS BRIGHT by Jayne FuryMISTLETOE AND MONSTERS by Katie HayozTHAT OLD FAMILIAR FEELING by S K Gregory TWAS THE NIGHT by Evan WintersHOLIDAY MAGIC by Carrie L WellsFESTIVAL OF GASLIGHTS by Bokerah BrumleyTHE GHOST OF CHRISTMAS PAST by Anna AlbergucciDAWN by T.K BradleyTHE TOWN IN THE MOUNTAIN by Angelique Archer J MillsEGGNOG EXORCISM by Deb Christie Margo Bond CollinsHIGH TIDE HOLIDAY by Ella Malone

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    1. Timothy on said:

      MehIncredibly uneven collection of short stories. A couple were good, but several seemed incomplete. Save your time and find something else.

    2. Cindy on said:

      16 paranormal short stories about Christmas. This was a freebie from . I haven't heard of any of these authors. Melanie Karsak - 2 stars. Heroine is kind of slow on the uptake. This seems like part of a series, although I had no problem following along. Victorian Steampunk. Characters didn't sound like they were from England. Didn't sound like they were in the 1860s either. Margo Bond Collins - 3 stars. Contemporary paranormal. VERY short. We get the bare bones of a story. Part of a series, but [...]

    3. Keith Beasley-Topliffe on said:

      Christmassy fun and spookinessThis collection of novellas and short stories features fantasy both light and dark, most with a Christmas connection of some sort. Many are also connected with existing or forthcoming works. So the collection offers the authors a chance to introduce themselves. Some I might follow up on. Others not likely. The one constant in the collection was poor proofreading: misspelling, homonym substitions (like the last tail about a mermaid who'd lost her tale), random use of [...]

    4. Julian White on said:

      A collection of tales with an end-of-year holiday theme (not all Christmas-related) and I think all female protagonists Variable in length and quality - the best is probably the first story (and the longest - 25% of the total length) by Melanie Karsak; one or two others are good and certainly terasers for authors I may look out for. A few are barely puffs, introducing a story that is not then completed (or followed through at all).

    5. Marie on said:

      If you're looking for a great short story collection, this isn't it. But if you want to go to a nice cocktail party and chitchat with a number of new authors to see who might be interesting or have potential, this is the book for you. The quality is uneven here for sure - some entries are more like brief character sketches or even plot outlines, while others are richer. Some of the short ones will make you want more, while some of the long ones may lead to "never again" - and vice versa. Still, [...]

    6. Jennifer Prescott on said:

      (1) "Peppermint and Pentacles" by Melanie Karsak Rated 5★ Interesting concept, I usually don't like Steampunk, but I'm interested in this series! (2) "Hell's Silver Bells" by Margo Bond Collins Rated 4★ I liked this story, interested in reading more by this author in this series. (3) "A Harker Christmas" by Erin Hayes Rated 3★ enjoyed this *super short* story, interested in more. (4) "Poinsettias and Poltergeists" by Blaire Edens Rated 3★ prequel story to series, would be interested in t [...]

    7. Lena Smith on said:

      An entertaining collectionOverall this collection of stories was entertaining. Most of the stories are stand-alone but tie-in to existing or upcoming series. My favorite stories were "Peppermint and Pentacles" and "All is Bright". Peppermint and Pentacles is the first and the longest story in this collection. It is an exciting mystery with romantic elements. The plot was very clever and the characters were interesting and authentic. I also liked that the romance was sweet and not over the top. A [...]

    8. Emmy on said:

      Why, oh why did I attempt this anthology? I unsubscribe from newsletters when the plug them. Inapt writers trying to ride on coattails or hope a lot of people want a "steal" for X many stories for $0.99. Even free - as it was today. If I could only recall whose email offered this freebie I haven't heard of most of the contributing writer wannabes and I tried several. They were utterly so beneath unimpressive and uninteresting , I started scrolling - just because it was more interesting than the [...]

    9. Donna on said:

      This Christmas-themed instalment in the steampunk Little Red Riding Hood series was a very fun read. Starring the kickass Little Red, this time working alongside her new (and very hunky!) boss Agent Hunter, as they fight an unknown foe to save the missing children and, ultimately, Christmas. I also really enjoyed the appearances of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, and am very in love with Red's Grand-Mère (despite all the "oranges and lemons", which made me want to scream at times!!). The only [...]

    10. Eunice Korczak on said:

      Reviewing the first and second storiesThis is a collection of stories. The second is Blaize and the Wolf; the first is Peppermint and Pentacles. P and P is an interesting and engaging crossbreed of Steam punk and fairy tale. Blaine and the Wolf is shorter and moves along at a rapid clip. It involves mystical creatures, which are not my thing and which I normally avoid. But this was a good story. I enjoyed it and would read more stories about these characters - Blaize and her furry companion.

    11. Dana on said:

      Cute, light readingThese are easy, light short stories. I would probably give 3 or 4 stars except there were way too many typos and grammatical mistakes. I don't understand how it is that a book can get published with soooo many mistakes. I'm a freelance proofreader, and it's just too easy and cheap to get someone to proof your work before it gets out there for people to read.

    12. Amy Webster on said:

      MehWhile some of the stories were OK, others were not. The best ones are first in the book and it goes downhill from there. There are too many really good things to read to waste much time on this book. The editors do take time to give a bit of information about each author if you really find one you like, but I certainly didn't.It's tough to do a credible job with paranormal subject matter and this book proves that point admirably.

    13. Kat Gracey on said:

      I have only read S. K. Gregory's story so far, but I will update as I read the rest of the stories. That Old Familiar Feeling was a great story. I loved the author's take on familiar's and their role with witches. Stone seems like an interesting character and I would have liked to have read more about him, but my favorite character is Ebony. She kicks butt. Very enjoyable.

    14. Tim Shepard on said:

      A pretty good collectionI don't usually care for anthologies. They tend to bre more boring stories than any thing else. This collection though has a good set tales. I found only two I didnt care for. That said the best stories in my opinion were thee novella at the beginning of the book and the story by Pauleen Creeden.

    15. Vanessa on said:

      It ranges from 3-4 stars.All the stories were enjoyable. The longer ones were the best. Some were too short to really be anything. All in All, fun to read. Christmas with paranormal instead of some heartwarming contemporary. I could read more Christmas books if they were like some of the stories in here.

    16. Linda on said:

      Peppermint and Pentacles by Melanie KarsakA fast fun and entertaining story.Clemeny is a agent for the Red Cape Society and hunts werewolves.Agent Hunter is her boss and puts her in a different case but can they stop the thing that is kidnapping children if they don't know what it is?I wonder if Clemeny will ever find out who her mother is?

    17. Charlotte on said:

      I rarely if ever give less than 2 stars, this book of snippets of stories are just so badly put together. I would give it a zero if not for the first story being cute. Don't waste your time on this one. Wish I hadn't.

    18. Debbie on said:

      DifferentThis was a challenging one to rate because it was a collection of short stories by different authors. Some better than others, none all that great. Not much substance as the plots didn't have enough time to develop and some didn't really conclude.

    19. Page Wench on said:

      Lackluster collection of paranormal shorts that came across as authors on a fishing expediton hoping to lure readers with the charms of their characters and plot lines. I reached the end without being caught by anyone.

    20. Karl Schaeffer on said:

      Book Bub e-book bargain. My obligatory holiday book for the year. Not a rom com, but supernatural tales. This collection is an obvious ploy to introduce the reader to various authors. Some stories better than others. I liked Peppermint and Pentacles by Melanie Karsek. Nice steam punk. Eggnog and Exorcism is a good urban fantasy. All were readable.

    21. Tonya on said:

      Wonderful stories for all taste and genresThis book will have you hooked from story one until the end it is a rollercoaster ride that will have it's up and downs. It is well written and will leave you satisfied.

    22. Melanie Clemmer on said:

      Entertaining collection of tales that can easily be read on holiday day off. Favorite story was Peppermint and Pentacles which was a steampunk novel that a hint of Charles Stross Laundry Files about it.

    23. Jennifer Hernandez on said:

      Good Collection With Something For EveryoneThe first story is probably my favorite, but I skipped a few as they weren't my taste. Some were more holiday related and some were stretches, but it a nice way to pass the time.

    24. Andretta Schellinger on said:

      Good collection This is a good collection of stories that range from hunters to innocents to mermaids and everything inbetween. There is hate, there is love, there are sexy men and women. Give it a chance there is at least one story that will grab you.

    25. Ruth Caves on said:

      Short storiesInteresting, but all together too short. Loved the powerful female roles. Authors should do well. Holidays should be more about co-existence and less about how "my religion is THE reason for this season".

    26. Erin Gomez on said:

      Christmas and Monsters!This was a decent collection of short stories. I thought they would all be longer, like the first story. Most were very short and seemed to be exerts from a longer story, or backgrounds of characters that I had never met.

    27. Norma Thompson on said:

      Waste of timeSome stories were incomplete ("buy a book"), not at all Christmassy andre importantly, not scary or even original. The book was free (I wonder why) so no loss there, only a waste of my time looking for at least one good story.

    28. Katie on said:

      Fantastic collection of short storiesreceived this Book for Free/ARC am voluntarily reviewing. Fantastic collection of short stories, wonderful holiday read, highly recommend Reading regardless of the time of Year.

    29. April on said:

      Some good, some badHonestly, I read about half of the stories. I tried all of them and few grabbed my attention to read them through to the end. The Krampus one and the Ghost of Christmas Past were probably the best.

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