Amid the Winter Snow

Amid the Winter Snow

As the snows fall and hearths burn, four stories of Midwinter beginnings prove that love can fight its way through the chillest night... THE DARKEST MIDNIGHT, by Grace Draven The mark Jahna Ulfrida was born with has made her a target of the cruel and idle all her life. During the long, crowded festivities of Deyalda, there?s nowhere to escape. Until a handsome stranger promi As the snows fall and hearths burn, four stories of Midwinter beginnings prove that love can fight its way throug...

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Title:Amid the Winter Snow
Author:Grace Draven
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:Amid the Winter Snow
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9781945367236
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Edition Language:English
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Amid the Winter Snow Reviews

  • Kelly
    Nov 25, 2017

    IT'S HERE!!!!!! ?Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ?iBooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ?Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ?Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ?Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ?Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX There is a brand new chapter of the Irin Chronicl...

    A Grace Draven's romance? Set during a winter festivity?! Huh: yes, please? I'll have you know - in case you're unaware of the fact (the shame!) - that Grace Draven writes fantasy-romance like no other and, incidentally, she also writes stunningly beautiful scenes set during winter fes...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Mixed feelings. I had not been familiar with any works by the authors published in this anthology of short winter stories, so I thought maybe this would be a good introduction. Unfortunately, I foun...

    This anthology brings together four experienced and successful fantasy romance authors, who supplement their respective canons with stories centered around the winter solstice. Tonally, these novellas highly complement one another, but there are varying degrees of success in terms of p...

    NOTE: I typically do not copy the synopsis in a review because it looks like the reviewer is just trying to make it look longer but with 4 stories I thought I might help the reader not have to look back and forth for each story. I can almost promise you that you will find at least 1 or...

    4 stars overall In the Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven 4.5 stars Grace Draven delivered on a novella with the fullest sense of story, characterisation and completion. It had a seasonal feel in terms of some key moments in the story, though of course not traditional Christmas. Th...

    THE DARKEST MIDNIGHT by Grace Draven was one of my favourites in the anthology, full of Christmas spirit and magical possibilities. The reader follows progress of Jahna, a young girl with a very low self-esteem and sees her blossoming into a confident, vibrant young woman thanks to her...

    Thea, Grace and Jeffe in one anthology? ...

    Overall Rating of Amid the Winter Snow: 4 Stars Amid the Winter Snow features four novellas that where charming, delightful, and engaging to read. Thea Harrison is the only author in this anthology I?m familiar with, so the other three were new to me. I was drawn into the storie...

    Four stories by four pretty formidable authors and what a treat for their fans this book is. Plus if new to these authors then a fabulous way to sample their work. Ok the first story by Grace Draven shows a friends to something much more kind of story. A young impressionable girl who ...

    The Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven. 4.5 Stars. This is such a lovely story, as always. Draven is a wonderful fantasy storyteller who I wish put out books at a faster pace. The novella is set in the same world as ?Master of Crows? and ?Wraith Kings?. Jahna is a spirited young ...

    Anthologies aren?t usual my thing but there is always an exception to the rule and here is where it applies. I have a lack of time at the moment so this is going to be quick. I have to date not had the opportunity to read anything by Grace Draven or Jeffe Kennedy so I can?t r...

    So, had I bothered looking into this more, I might have realized AMID THE WINTER SNOW contained novellas/short stories by authors that connected to beloved stories or series or previously created worlds that they are known for. Instead all I saw was Draven and I was immediately on the ...

    I came for the Elder Races and got sucked into all of them. The Darkest Midnight: Oh, man. Jahna and Radimar had the most wonderful slow burn romance. Part of this is because Jahna is young when they first meet and she needs to grow into herself, and part of it is because Radimar is...

  • Lynn
    Nov 28, 2017

    IT'S HERE!!!!!! ?Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ?iBooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ?Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ?Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ?Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ?Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX There is a brand new chapter of the Irin Chronicl...

    A Grace Draven's romance? Set during a winter festivity?! Huh: yes, please? I'll have you know - in case you're unaware of the fact (the shame!) - that Grace Draven writes fantasy-romance like no other and, incidentally, she also writes stunningly beautiful scenes set during winter fes...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Mixed feelings. I had not been familiar with any works by the authors published in this anthology of short winter stories, so I thought maybe this would be a good introduction. Unfortunately, I foun...

    This anthology brings together four experienced and successful fantasy romance authors, who supplement their respective canons with stories centered around the winter solstice. Tonally, these novellas highly complement one another, but there are varying degrees of success in terms of p...

    NOTE: I typically do not copy the synopsis in a review because it looks like the reviewer is just trying to make it look longer but with 4 stories I thought I might help the reader not have to look back and forth for each story. I can almost promise you that you will find at least 1 or...

    4 stars overall In the Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven 4.5 stars Grace Draven delivered on a novella with the fullest sense of story, characterisation and completion. It had a seasonal feel in terms of some key moments in the story, though of course not traditional Christmas. Th...

    THE DARKEST MIDNIGHT by Grace Draven was one of my favourites in the anthology, full of Christmas spirit and magical possibilities. The reader follows progress of Jahna, a young girl with a very low self-esteem and sees her blossoming into a confident, vibrant young woman thanks to her...

    Thea, Grace and Jeffe in one anthology? ...

    Overall Rating of Amid the Winter Snow: 4 Stars Amid the Winter Snow features four novellas that where charming, delightful, and engaging to read. Thea Harrison is the only author in this anthology I?m familiar with, so the other three were new to me. I was drawn into the storie...

    Four stories by four pretty formidable authors and what a treat for their fans this book is. Plus if new to these authors then a fabulous way to sample their work. Ok the first story by Grace Draven shows a friends to something much more kind of story. A young impressionable girl who ...

    The Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven. 4.5 Stars. This is such a lovely story, as always. Draven is a wonderful fantasy storyteller who I wish put out books at a faster pace. The novella is set in the same world as ?Master of Crows? and ?Wraith Kings?. Jahna is a spirited young ...

    Anthologies aren?t usual my thing but there is always an exception to the rule and here is where it applies. I have a lack of time at the moment so this is going to be quick. I have to date not had the opportunity to read anything by Grace Draven or Jeffe Kennedy so I can?t r...

    So, had I bothered looking into this more, I might have realized AMID THE WINTER SNOW contained novellas/short stories by authors that connected to beloved stories or series or previously created worlds that they are known for. Instead all I saw was Draven and I was immediately on the ...

    I came for the Elder Races and got sucked into all of them. The Darkest Midnight: Oh, man. Jahna and Radimar had the most wonderful slow burn romance. Part of this is because Jahna is young when they first meet and she needs to grow into herself, and part of it is because Radimar is...

    Amid the Winter Snow caught my attention quickly when I saw it was a fantasy anthology with winter holiday as the theme. All these worthy authors have been on my wish list to try their books for some time, and, what a rush, here their writings are all collected together in one book. I ...

    Loved reading the other stories!! All so delicious. You guys are gonna love it :D ...

    4/5; 4 stars; A- Each novella was a 3.5-4 star read. Each quite different and entertaining. Just what I would expect from this group of authors. I'm not normally too enthused about picking up anthologies but this one was worth the money and its available at Smashwords. ...

    That blood red cape on the white snow is such an eye-catching image... I feel like I need one of those capes now! Not to mention that this anthology is written by some of the hottest names in fantasy and paranormal romance - I was stoked to get an advanced copy. All of the stori...

    In the Darkest Midnight ? Grace Draven ? 3.5 Stars This tale covers several years as Radimar lives with Jahna?s family in order to tutor her brother in swordsmanship. The world/society building here is perfection but perhaps a bit too much for such a short story. Nevertheless, I...

    4.5 Stars This anthology contains four holiday stories from fantasy/paranormal authors: Grace Draven, Thea Harrison, Elizabeth Hunter, and Jeffe Kennedy. Anthologies are a good way to meet new authors as well as enjoy stories about known characters for those already familiar with the ...

  • Laura (Kyahgirl)
    Dec 01, 2017

    IT'S HERE!!!!!! ?Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ?iBooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ?Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ?Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ?Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ?Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX There is a brand new chapter of the Irin Chronicl...

    A Grace Draven's romance? Set during a winter festivity?! Huh: yes, please? I'll have you know - in case you're unaware of the fact (the shame!) - that Grace Draven writes fantasy-romance like no other and, incidentally, she also writes stunningly beautiful scenes set during winter fes...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Mixed feelings. I had not been familiar with any works by the authors published in this anthology of short winter stories, so I thought maybe this would be a good introduction. Unfortunately, I foun...

    This anthology brings together four experienced and successful fantasy romance authors, who supplement their respective canons with stories centered around the winter solstice. Tonally, these novellas highly complement one another, but there are varying degrees of success in terms of p...

    NOTE: I typically do not copy the synopsis in a review because it looks like the reviewer is just trying to make it look longer but with 4 stories I thought I might help the reader not have to look back and forth for each story. I can almost promise you that you will find at least 1 or...

    4 stars overall In the Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven 4.5 stars Grace Draven delivered on a novella with the fullest sense of story, characterisation and completion. It had a seasonal feel in terms of some key moments in the story, though of course not traditional Christmas. Th...

    THE DARKEST MIDNIGHT by Grace Draven was one of my favourites in the anthology, full of Christmas spirit and magical possibilities. The reader follows progress of Jahna, a young girl with a very low self-esteem and sees her blossoming into a confident, vibrant young woman thanks to her...

    Thea, Grace and Jeffe in one anthology? ...

    Overall Rating of Amid the Winter Snow: 4 Stars Amid the Winter Snow features four novellas that where charming, delightful, and engaging to read. Thea Harrison is the only author in this anthology I?m familiar with, so the other three were new to me. I was drawn into the storie...

    Four stories by four pretty formidable authors and what a treat for their fans this book is. Plus if new to these authors then a fabulous way to sample their work. Ok the first story by Grace Draven shows a friends to something much more kind of story. A young impressionable girl who ...

    The Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven. 4.5 Stars. This is such a lovely story, as always. Draven is a wonderful fantasy storyteller who I wish put out books at a faster pace. The novella is set in the same world as ?Master of Crows? and ?Wraith Kings?. Jahna is a spirited young ...

    Anthologies aren?t usual my thing but there is always an exception to the rule and here is where it applies. I have a lack of time at the moment so this is going to be quick. I have to date not had the opportunity to read anything by Grace Draven or Jeffe Kennedy so I can?t r...

    So, had I bothered looking into this more, I might have realized AMID THE WINTER SNOW contained novellas/short stories by authors that connected to beloved stories or series or previously created worlds that they are known for. Instead all I saw was Draven and I was immediately on the ...

    I came for the Elder Races and got sucked into all of them. The Darkest Midnight: Oh, man. Jahna and Radimar had the most wonderful slow burn romance. Part of this is because Jahna is young when they first meet and she needs to grow into herself, and part of it is because Radimar is...

    Amid the Winter Snow caught my attention quickly when I saw it was a fantasy anthology with winter holiday as the theme. All these worthy authors have been on my wish list to try their books for some time, and, what a rush, here their writings are all collected together in one book. I ...

    Loved reading the other stories!! All so delicious. You guys are gonna love it :D ...

    4/5; 4 stars; A- Each novella was a 3.5-4 star read. Each quite different and entertaining. Just what I would expect from this group of authors. I'm not normally too enthused about picking up anthologies but this one was worth the money and its available at Smashwords. ...

  • Bambi Unbridled
    Dec 05, 2017

    IT'S HERE!!!!!! ?Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ?iBooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ?Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ?Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ?Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ?Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX There is a brand new chapter of the Irin Chronicl...

    A Grace Draven's romance? Set during a winter festivity?! Huh: yes, please? I'll have you know - in case you're unaware of the fact (the shame!) - that Grace Draven writes fantasy-romance like no other and, incidentally, she also writes stunningly beautiful scenes set during winter fes...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Mixed feelings. I had not been familiar with any works by the authors published in this anthology of short winter stories, so I thought maybe this would be a good introduction. Unfortunately, I foun...

    This anthology brings together four experienced and successful fantasy romance authors, who supplement their respective canons with stories centered around the winter solstice. Tonally, these novellas highly complement one another, but there are varying degrees of success in terms of p...

    NOTE: I typically do not copy the synopsis in a review because it looks like the reviewer is just trying to make it look longer but with 4 stories I thought I might help the reader not have to look back and forth for each story. I can almost promise you that you will find at least 1 or...

    4 stars overall In the Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven 4.5 stars Grace Draven delivered on a novella with the fullest sense of story, characterisation and completion. It had a seasonal feel in terms of some key moments in the story, though of course not traditional Christmas. Th...

    THE DARKEST MIDNIGHT by Grace Draven was one of my favourites in the anthology, full of Christmas spirit and magical possibilities. The reader follows progress of Jahna, a young girl with a very low self-esteem and sees her blossoming into a confident, vibrant young woman thanks to her...

    Thea, Grace and Jeffe in one anthology? ...

    Overall Rating of Amid the Winter Snow: 4 Stars Amid the Winter Snow features four novellas that where charming, delightful, and engaging to read. Thea Harrison is the only author in this anthology I?m familiar with, so the other three were new to me. I was drawn into the storie...

    Four stories by four pretty formidable authors and what a treat for their fans this book is. Plus if new to these authors then a fabulous way to sample their work. Ok the first story by Grace Draven shows a friends to something much more kind of story. A young impressionable girl who ...

    The Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven. 4.5 Stars. This is such a lovely story, as always. Draven is a wonderful fantasy storyteller who I wish put out books at a faster pace. The novella is set in the same world as ?Master of Crows? and ?Wraith Kings?. Jahna is a spirited young ...

    Anthologies aren?t usual my thing but there is always an exception to the rule and here is where it applies. I have a lack of time at the moment so this is going to be quick. I have to date not had the opportunity to read anything by Grace Draven or Jeffe Kennedy so I can?t r...

    So, had I bothered looking into this more, I might have realized AMID THE WINTER SNOW contained novellas/short stories by authors that connected to beloved stories or series or previously created worlds that they are known for. Instead all I saw was Draven and I was immediately on the ...

    I came for the Elder Races and got sucked into all of them. The Darkest Midnight: Oh, man. Jahna and Radimar had the most wonderful slow burn romance. Part of this is because Jahna is young when they first meet and she needs to grow into herself, and part of it is because Radimar is...

    Amid the Winter Snow caught my attention quickly when I saw it was a fantasy anthology with winter holiday as the theme. All these worthy authors have been on my wish list to try their books for some time, and, what a rush, here their writings are all collected together in one book. I ...

    Loved reading the other stories!! All so delicious. You guys are gonna love it :D ...

    4/5; 4 stars; A- Each novella was a 3.5-4 star read. Each quite different and entertaining. Just what I would expect from this group of authors. I'm not normally too enthused about picking up anthologies but this one was worth the money and its available at Smashwords. ...

    That blood red cape on the white snow is such an eye-catching image... I feel like I need one of those capes now! Not to mention that this anthology is written by some of the hottest names in fantasy and paranormal romance - I was stoked to get an advanced copy. All of the stori...

  • Jeffe Kennedy
    Nov 29, 2017

    IT'S HERE!!!!!! ?Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ?iBooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ?Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ?Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ?Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ?Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX There is a brand new chapter of the Irin Chronicl...

    A Grace Draven's romance? Set during a winter festivity?! Huh: yes, please? I'll have you know - in case you're unaware of the fact (the shame!) - that Grace Draven writes fantasy-romance like no other and, incidentally, she also writes stunningly beautiful scenes set during winter fes...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Mixed feelings. I had not been familiar with any works by the authors published in this anthology of short winter stories, so I thought maybe this would be a good introduction. Unfortunately, I foun...

    This anthology brings together four experienced and successful fantasy romance authors, who supplement their respective canons with stories centered around the winter solstice. Tonally, these novellas highly complement one another, but there are varying degrees of success in terms of p...

    NOTE: I typically do not copy the synopsis in a review because it looks like the reviewer is just trying to make it look longer but with 4 stories I thought I might help the reader not have to look back and forth for each story. I can almost promise you that you will find at least 1 or...

    4 stars overall In the Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven 4.5 stars Grace Draven delivered on a novella with the fullest sense of story, characterisation and completion. It had a seasonal feel in terms of some key moments in the story, though of course not traditional Christmas. Th...

    THE DARKEST MIDNIGHT by Grace Draven was one of my favourites in the anthology, full of Christmas spirit and magical possibilities. The reader follows progress of Jahna, a young girl with a very low self-esteem and sees her blossoming into a confident, vibrant young woman thanks to her...

    Thea, Grace and Jeffe in one anthology? ...

    Overall Rating of Amid the Winter Snow: 4 Stars Amid the Winter Snow features four novellas that where charming, delightful, and engaging to read. Thea Harrison is the only author in this anthology I?m familiar with, so the other three were new to me. I was drawn into the storie...

    Four stories by four pretty formidable authors and what a treat for their fans this book is. Plus if new to these authors then a fabulous way to sample their work. Ok the first story by Grace Draven shows a friends to something much more kind of story. A young impressionable girl who ...

    The Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven. 4.5 Stars. This is such a lovely story, as always. Draven is a wonderful fantasy storyteller who I wish put out books at a faster pace. The novella is set in the same world as ?Master of Crows? and ?Wraith Kings?. Jahna is a spirited young ...

    Anthologies aren?t usual my thing but there is always an exception to the rule and here is where it applies. I have a lack of time at the moment so this is going to be quick. I have to date not had the opportunity to read anything by Grace Draven or Jeffe Kennedy so I can?t r...

    So, had I bothered looking into this more, I might have realized AMID THE WINTER SNOW contained novellas/short stories by authors that connected to beloved stories or series or previously created worlds that they are known for. Instead all I saw was Draven and I was immediately on the ...

    I came for the Elder Races and got sucked into all of them. The Darkest Midnight: Oh, man. Jahna and Radimar had the most wonderful slow burn romance. Part of this is because Jahna is young when they first meet and she needs to grow into herself, and part of it is because Radimar is...

    Amid the Winter Snow caught my attention quickly when I saw it was a fantasy anthology with winter holiday as the theme. All these worthy authors have been on my wish list to try their books for some time, and, what a rush, here their writings are all collected together in one book. I ...

    Loved reading the other stories!! All so delicious. You guys are gonna love it :D ...

  • Jen (That's What I'm Talking About)
    Dec 18, 2017

    IT'S HERE!!!!!! ?Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ?iBooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ?Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ?Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ?Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ?Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX There is a brand new chapter of the Irin Chronicl...

    A Grace Draven's romance? Set during a winter festivity?! Huh: yes, please? I'll have you know - in case you're unaware of the fact (the shame!) - that Grace Draven writes fantasy-romance like no other and, incidentally, she also writes stunningly beautiful scenes set during winter fes...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Mixed feelings. I had not been familiar with any works by the authors published in this anthology of short winter stories, so I thought maybe this would be a good introduction. Unfortunately, I foun...

    This anthology brings together four experienced and successful fantasy romance authors, who supplement their respective canons with stories centered around the winter solstice. Tonally, these novellas highly complement one another, but there are varying degrees of success in terms of p...

    NOTE: I typically do not copy the synopsis in a review because it looks like the reviewer is just trying to make it look longer but with 4 stories I thought I might help the reader not have to look back and forth for each story. I can almost promise you that you will find at least 1 or...

    4 stars overall In the Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven 4.5 stars Grace Draven delivered on a novella with the fullest sense of story, characterisation and completion. It had a seasonal feel in terms of some key moments in the story, though of course not traditional Christmas. Th...

    THE DARKEST MIDNIGHT by Grace Draven was one of my favourites in the anthology, full of Christmas spirit and magical possibilities. The reader follows progress of Jahna, a young girl with a very low self-esteem and sees her blossoming into a confident, vibrant young woman thanks to her...

    Thea, Grace and Jeffe in one anthology? ...

    Overall Rating of Amid the Winter Snow: 4 Stars Amid the Winter Snow features four novellas that where charming, delightful, and engaging to read. Thea Harrison is the only author in this anthology I?m familiar with, so the other three were new to me. I was drawn into the storie...

    Four stories by four pretty formidable authors and what a treat for their fans this book is. Plus if new to these authors then a fabulous way to sample their work. Ok the first story by Grace Draven shows a friends to something much more kind of story. A young impressionable girl who ...

    The Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven. 4.5 Stars. This is such a lovely story, as always. Draven is a wonderful fantasy storyteller who I wish put out books at a faster pace. The novella is set in the same world as ?Master of Crows? and ?Wraith Kings?. Jahna is a spirited young ...

    Anthologies aren?t usual my thing but there is always an exception to the rule and here is where it applies. I have a lack of time at the moment so this is going to be quick. I have to date not had the opportunity to read anything by Grace Draven or Jeffe Kennedy so I can?t r...

    So, had I bothered looking into this more, I might have realized AMID THE WINTER SNOW contained novellas/short stories by authors that connected to beloved stories or series or previously created worlds that they are known for. Instead all I saw was Draven and I was immediately on the ...

    I came for the Elder Races and got sucked into all of them. The Darkest Midnight: Oh, man. Jahna and Radimar had the most wonderful slow burn romance. Part of this is because Jahna is young when they first meet and she needs to grow into herself, and part of it is because Radimar is...

    Amid the Winter Snow caught my attention quickly when I saw it was a fantasy anthology with winter holiday as the theme. All these worthy authors have been on my wish list to try their books for some time, and, what a rush, here their writings are all collected together in one book. I ...

    Loved reading the other stories!! All so delicious. You guys are gonna love it :D ...

    4/5; 4 stars; A- Each novella was a 3.5-4 star read. Each quite different and entertaining. Just what I would expect from this group of authors. I'm not normally too enthused about picking up anthologies but this one was worth the money and its available at Smashwords. ...

    That blood red cape on the white snow is such an eye-catching image... I feel like I need one of those capes now! Not to mention that this anthology is written by some of the hottest names in fantasy and paranormal romance - I was stoked to get an advanced copy. All of the stori...

    In the Darkest Midnight ? Grace Draven ? 3.5 Stars This tale covers several years as Radimar lives with Jahna?s family in order to tutor her brother in swordsmanship. The world/society building here is perfection but perhaps a bit too much for such a short story. Nevertheless, I...

    4.5 Stars This anthology contains four holiday stories from fantasy/paranormal authors: Grace Draven, Thea Harrison, Elizabeth Hunter, and Jeffe Kennedy. Anthologies are a good way to meet new authors as well as enjoy stories about known characters for those already familiar with the ...

    This anthology was a great mix of new worlds and familiar favorites for me. In the Darkest Midnight is set loosely in the world of Grace Draven?s Wraith Kings, though this story stands up completely on its own. It follows young Jahna, a nobleman?s daughter with a sizable birthma...

    Thea Harrison writes such great stories and I loved reading about Lily and Wulf in the The Chosen. I am a huge fan of her Moonshadow series and can't wait to start reading the Elder Races as I know I will not be disappointed. I was provided with a copy of this anthology by the author a...

    Only read THE SNOWS OF WINDROVEN by Jeffe Kennedy. The Snows of Windroven by Jeffe Kennedy An Uncharted Realms novella in Amid the Winter Snow Anthology The story takes place just before and/or at the beginning of The Shift of the Tide (book #3/6). It focuses on the love affai...

  • Jen Davis
    Dec 06, 2017

    IT'S HERE!!!!!! ?Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ?iBooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ?Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ?Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ?Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ?Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX There is a brand new chapter of the Irin Chronicl...

    A Grace Draven's romance? Set during a winter festivity?! Huh: yes, please? I'll have you know - in case you're unaware of the fact (the shame!) - that Grace Draven writes fantasy-romance like no other and, incidentally, she also writes stunningly beautiful scenes set during winter fes...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Mixed feelings. I had not been familiar with any works by the authors published in this anthology of short winter stories, so I thought maybe this would be a good introduction. Unfortunately, I foun...

    This anthology brings together four experienced and successful fantasy romance authors, who supplement their respective canons with stories centered around the winter solstice. Tonally, these novellas highly complement one another, but there are varying degrees of success in terms of p...

    NOTE: I typically do not copy the synopsis in a review because it looks like the reviewer is just trying to make it look longer but with 4 stories I thought I might help the reader not have to look back and forth for each story. I can almost promise you that you will find at least 1 or...

    4 stars overall In the Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven 4.5 stars Grace Draven delivered on a novella with the fullest sense of story, characterisation and completion. It had a seasonal feel in terms of some key moments in the story, though of course not traditional Christmas. Th...

    THE DARKEST MIDNIGHT by Grace Draven was one of my favourites in the anthology, full of Christmas spirit and magical possibilities. The reader follows progress of Jahna, a young girl with a very low self-esteem and sees her blossoming into a confident, vibrant young woman thanks to her...

    Thea, Grace and Jeffe in one anthology? ...

    Overall Rating of Amid the Winter Snow: 4 Stars Amid the Winter Snow features four novellas that where charming, delightful, and engaging to read. Thea Harrison is the only author in this anthology I?m familiar with, so the other three were new to me. I was drawn into the storie...

    Four stories by four pretty formidable authors and what a treat for their fans this book is. Plus if new to these authors then a fabulous way to sample their work. Ok the first story by Grace Draven shows a friends to something much more kind of story. A young impressionable girl who ...

    The Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven. 4.5 Stars. This is such a lovely story, as always. Draven is a wonderful fantasy storyteller who I wish put out books at a faster pace. The novella is set in the same world as ?Master of Crows? and ?Wraith Kings?. Jahna is a spirited young ...

    Anthologies aren?t usual my thing but there is always an exception to the rule and here is where it applies. I have a lack of time at the moment so this is going to be quick. I have to date not had the opportunity to read anything by Grace Draven or Jeffe Kennedy so I can?t r...

    So, had I bothered looking into this more, I might have realized AMID THE WINTER SNOW contained novellas/short stories by authors that connected to beloved stories or series or previously created worlds that they are known for. Instead all I saw was Draven and I was immediately on the ...

    I came for the Elder Races and got sucked into all of them. The Darkest Midnight: Oh, man. Jahna and Radimar had the most wonderful slow burn romance. Part of this is because Jahna is young when they first meet and she needs to grow into herself, and part of it is because Radimar is...

    Amid the Winter Snow caught my attention quickly when I saw it was a fantasy anthology with winter holiday as the theme. All these worthy authors have been on my wish list to try their books for some time, and, what a rush, here their writings are all collected together in one book. I ...

    Loved reading the other stories!! All so delicious. You guys are gonna love it :D ...

    4/5; 4 stars; A- Each novella was a 3.5-4 star read. Each quite different and entertaining. Just what I would expect from this group of authors. I'm not normally too enthused about picking up anthologies but this one was worth the money and its available at Smashwords. ...

    That blood red cape on the white snow is such an eye-catching image... I feel like I need one of those capes now! Not to mention that this anthology is written by some of the hottest names in fantasy and paranormal romance - I was stoked to get an advanced copy. All of the stori...

    In the Darkest Midnight ? Grace Draven ? 3.5 Stars This tale covers several years as Radimar lives with Jahna?s family in order to tutor her brother in swordsmanship. The world/society building here is perfection but perhaps a bit too much for such a short story. Nevertheless, I...

    4.5 Stars This anthology contains four holiday stories from fantasy/paranormal authors: Grace Draven, Thea Harrison, Elizabeth Hunter, and Jeffe Kennedy. Anthologies are a good way to meet new authors as well as enjoy stories about known characters for those already familiar with the ...

    This anthology was a great mix of new worlds and familiar favorites for me. In the Darkest Midnight is set loosely in the world of Grace Draven?s Wraith Kings, though this story stands up completely on its own. It follows young Jahna, a nobleman?s daughter with a sizable birthma...

  • Sophia
    Dec 07, 2017

    IT'S HERE!!!!!! ?Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ?iBooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ?Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ?Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ?Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ?Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX There is a brand new chapter of the Irin Chronicl...

    A Grace Draven's romance? Set during a winter festivity?! Huh: yes, please? I'll have you know - in case you're unaware of the fact (the shame!) - that Grace Draven writes fantasy-romance like no other and, incidentally, she also writes stunningly beautiful scenes set during winter fes...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Mixed feelings. I had not been familiar with any works by the authors published in this anthology of short winter stories, so I thought maybe this would be a good introduction. Unfortunately, I foun...

    This anthology brings together four experienced and successful fantasy romance authors, who supplement their respective canons with stories centered around the winter solstice. Tonally, these novellas highly complement one another, but there are varying degrees of success in terms of p...

    NOTE: I typically do not copy the synopsis in a review because it looks like the reviewer is just trying to make it look longer but with 4 stories I thought I might help the reader not have to look back and forth for each story. I can almost promise you that you will find at least 1 or...

    4 stars overall In the Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven 4.5 stars Grace Draven delivered on a novella with the fullest sense of story, characterisation and completion. It had a seasonal feel in terms of some key moments in the story, though of course not traditional Christmas. Th...

    THE DARKEST MIDNIGHT by Grace Draven was one of my favourites in the anthology, full of Christmas spirit and magical possibilities. The reader follows progress of Jahna, a young girl with a very low self-esteem and sees her blossoming into a confident, vibrant young woman thanks to her...

    Thea, Grace and Jeffe in one anthology? ...

    Overall Rating of Amid the Winter Snow: 4 Stars Amid the Winter Snow features four novellas that where charming, delightful, and engaging to read. Thea Harrison is the only author in this anthology I?m familiar with, so the other three were new to me. I was drawn into the storie...

    Four stories by four pretty formidable authors and what a treat for their fans this book is. Plus if new to these authors then a fabulous way to sample their work. Ok the first story by Grace Draven shows a friends to something much more kind of story. A young impressionable girl who ...

    The Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven. 4.5 Stars. This is such a lovely story, as always. Draven is a wonderful fantasy storyteller who I wish put out books at a faster pace. The novella is set in the same world as ?Master of Crows? and ?Wraith Kings?. Jahna is a spirited young ...

    Anthologies aren?t usual my thing but there is always an exception to the rule and here is where it applies. I have a lack of time at the moment so this is going to be quick. I have to date not had the opportunity to read anything by Grace Draven or Jeffe Kennedy so I can?t r...

    So, had I bothered looking into this more, I might have realized AMID THE WINTER SNOW contained novellas/short stories by authors that connected to beloved stories or series or previously created worlds that they are known for. Instead all I saw was Draven and I was immediately on the ...

    I came for the Elder Races and got sucked into all of them. The Darkest Midnight: Oh, man. Jahna and Radimar had the most wonderful slow burn romance. Part of this is because Jahna is young when they first meet and she needs to grow into herself, and part of it is because Radimar is...

    Amid the Winter Snow caught my attention quickly when I saw it was a fantasy anthology with winter holiday as the theme. All these worthy authors have been on my wish list to try their books for some time, and, what a rush, here their writings are all collected together in one book. I ...

  • Kara-karina
    Dec 13, 2017

    IT'S HERE!!!!!! ?Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ?iBooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ?Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ?Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ?Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ?Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX There is a brand new chapter of the Irin Chronicl...

    A Grace Draven's romance? Set during a winter festivity?! Huh: yes, please? I'll have you know - in case you're unaware of the fact (the shame!) - that Grace Draven writes fantasy-romance like no other and, incidentally, she also writes stunningly beautiful scenes set during winter fes...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Mixed feelings. I had not been familiar with any works by the authors published in this anthology of short winter stories, so I thought maybe this would be a good introduction. Unfortunately, I foun...

    This anthology brings together four experienced and successful fantasy romance authors, who supplement their respective canons with stories centered around the winter solstice. Tonally, these novellas highly complement one another, but there are varying degrees of success in terms of p...

    NOTE: I typically do not copy the synopsis in a review because it looks like the reviewer is just trying to make it look longer but with 4 stories I thought I might help the reader not have to look back and forth for each story. I can almost promise you that you will find at least 1 or...

    4 stars overall In the Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven 4.5 stars Grace Draven delivered on a novella with the fullest sense of story, characterisation and completion. It had a seasonal feel in terms of some key moments in the story, though of course not traditional Christmas. Th...

    THE DARKEST MIDNIGHT by Grace Draven was one of my favourites in the anthology, full of Christmas spirit and magical possibilities. The reader follows progress of Jahna, a young girl with a very low self-esteem and sees her blossoming into a confident, vibrant young woman thanks to her...

  • Elizabeth Hunter
    Nov 21, 2017

    IT'S HERE!!!!!! ?Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ?iBooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ?Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ?Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ?Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ?Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX There is a brand new chapter of the Irin Chronicl...

  • Douglas Meeks
    Dec 05, 2017

    IT'S HERE!!!!!! ?Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ?iBooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ?Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ?Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ?Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ?Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX There is a brand new chapter of the Irin Chronicl...

    A Grace Draven's romance? Set during a winter festivity?! Huh: yes, please? I'll have you know - in case you're unaware of the fact (the shame!) - that Grace Draven writes fantasy-romance like no other and, incidentally, she also writes stunningly beautiful scenes set during winter fes...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Mixed feelings. I had not been familiar with any works by the authors published in this anthology of short winter stories, so I thought maybe this would be a good introduction. Unfortunately, I foun...

    This anthology brings together four experienced and successful fantasy romance authors, who supplement their respective canons with stories centered around the winter solstice. Tonally, these novellas highly complement one another, but there are varying degrees of success in terms of p...

    NOTE: I typically do not copy the synopsis in a review because it looks like the reviewer is just trying to make it look longer but with 4 stories I thought I might help the reader not have to look back and forth for each story. I can almost promise you that you will find at least 1 or...

  • Anne - Books of My Heart
    Sep 28, 2017

    IT'S HERE!!!!!! ?Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ?iBooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ?Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ?Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ?Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ?Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX There is a brand new chapter of the Irin Chronicl...

    A Grace Draven's romance? Set during a winter festivity?! Huh: yes, please? I'll have you know - in case you're unaware of the fact (the shame!) - that Grace Draven writes fantasy-romance like no other and, incidentally, she also writes stunningly beautiful scenes set during winter fes...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Mixed feelings. I had not been familiar with any works by the authors published in this anthology of short winter stories, so I thought maybe this would be a good introduction. Unfortunately, I foun...

    This anthology brings together four experienced and successful fantasy romance authors, who supplement their respective canons with stories centered around the winter solstice. Tonally, these novellas highly complement one another, but there are varying degrees of success in terms of p...

    NOTE: I typically do not copy the synopsis in a review because it looks like the reviewer is just trying to make it look longer but with 4 stories I thought I might help the reader not have to look back and forth for each story. I can almost promise you that you will find at least 1 or...

    4 stars overall In the Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven 4.5 stars Grace Draven delivered on a novella with the fullest sense of story, characterisation and completion. It had a seasonal feel in terms of some key moments in the story, though of course not traditional Christmas. Th...

    THE DARKEST MIDNIGHT by Grace Draven was one of my favourites in the anthology, full of Christmas spirit and magical possibilities. The reader follows progress of Jahna, a young girl with a very low self-esteem and sees her blossoming into a confident, vibrant young woman thanks to her...

    Thea, Grace and Jeffe in one anthology? ...

    Overall Rating of Amid the Winter Snow: 4 Stars Amid the Winter Snow features four novellas that where charming, delightful, and engaging to read. Thea Harrison is the only author in this anthology I?m familiar with, so the other three were new to me. I was drawn into the storie...

    Four stories by four pretty formidable authors and what a treat for their fans this book is. Plus if new to these authors then a fabulous way to sample their work. Ok the first story by Grace Draven shows a friends to something much more kind of story. A young impressionable girl who ...

    The Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven. 4.5 Stars. This is such a lovely story, as always. Draven is a wonderful fantasy storyteller who I wish put out books at a faster pace. The novella is set in the same world as ?Master of Crows? and ?Wraith Kings?. Jahna is a spirited young ...

    Anthologies aren?t usual my thing but there is always an exception to the rule and here is where it applies. I have a lack of time at the moment so this is going to be quick. I have to date not had the opportunity to read anything by Grace Draven or Jeffe Kennedy so I can?t r...

    So, had I bothered looking into this more, I might have realized AMID THE WINTER SNOW contained novellas/short stories by authors that connected to beloved stories or series or previously created worlds that they are known for. Instead all I saw was Draven and I was immediately on the ...

    I came for the Elder Races and got sucked into all of them. The Darkest Midnight: Oh, man. Jahna and Radimar had the most wonderful slow burn romance. Part of this is because Jahna is young when they first meet and she needs to grow into herself, and part of it is because Radimar is...

    Amid the Winter Snow caught my attention quickly when I saw it was a fantasy anthology with winter holiday as the theme. All these worthy authors have been on my wish list to try their books for some time, and, what a rush, here their writings are all collected together in one book. I ...

    Loved reading the other stories!! All so delicious. You guys are gonna love it :D ...

    4/5; 4 stars; A- Each novella was a 3.5-4 star read. Each quite different and entertaining. Just what I would expect from this group of authors. I'm not normally too enthused about picking up anthologies but this one was worth the money and its available at Smashwords. ...

    That blood red cape on the white snow is such an eye-catching image... I feel like I need one of those capes now! Not to mention that this anthology is written by some of the hottest names in fantasy and paranormal romance - I was stoked to get an advanced copy. All of the stori...

    In the Darkest Midnight ? Grace Draven ? 3.5 Stars This tale covers several years as Radimar lives with Jahna?s family in order to tutor her brother in swordsmanship. The world/society building here is perfection but perhaps a bit too much for such a short story. Nevertheless, I...

    4.5 Stars This anthology contains four holiday stories from fantasy/paranormal authors: Grace Draven, Thea Harrison, Elizabeth Hunter, and Jeffe Kennedy. Anthologies are a good way to meet new authors as well as enjoy stories about known characters for those already familiar with the ...

    This anthology was a great mix of new worlds and familiar favorites for me. In the Darkest Midnight is set loosely in the world of Grace Draven?s Wraith Kings, though this story stands up completely on its own. It follows young Jahna, a nobleman?s daughter with a sizable birthma...

    Thea Harrison writes such great stories and I loved reading about Lily and Wulf in the The Chosen. I am a huge fan of her Moonshadow series and can't wait to start reading the Elder Races as I know I will not be disappointed. I was provided with a copy of this anthology by the author a...

    Only read THE SNOWS OF WINDROVEN by Jeffe Kennedy. The Snows of Windroven by Jeffe Kennedy An Uncharted Realms novella in Amid the Winter Snow Anthology The story takes place just before and/or at the beginning of The Shift of the Tide (book #3/6). It focuses on the love affai...

    I'm not generally a fan of anthologies, but when my favourite authors get together? Bring it. In The Darkest Midnight by Grace Draven - three and a half stars Set in the world of Eidolon and the Wraith Kings this is the charming story of Jahna Ulfrida, the daughter of a nobleman, b...

    Have I already read some of these? Also Check for which books should be read before these ...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart   I was trying to figure out how I would get Amid the Winter Snow for review. And then Thea Harrison sent it to me!  I am so, so thrilled! This group of authors is outstanding. I had read almost everything by Thea Harrison ...

  • Marlene
    Dec 17, 2017

    IT'S HERE!!!!!! ?Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ?iBooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ?Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ?Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ?Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ?Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX There is a brand new chapter of the Irin Chronicl...

    A Grace Draven's romance? Set during a winter festivity?! Huh: yes, please? I'll have you know - in case you're unaware of the fact (the shame!) - that Grace Draven writes fantasy-romance like no other and, incidentally, she also writes stunningly beautiful scenes set during winter fes...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Mixed feelings. I had not been familiar with any works by the authors published in this anthology of short winter stories, so I thought maybe this would be a good introduction. Unfortunately, I foun...

    This anthology brings together four experienced and successful fantasy romance authors, who supplement their respective canons with stories centered around the winter solstice. Tonally, these novellas highly complement one another, but there are varying degrees of success in terms of p...

    NOTE: I typically do not copy the synopsis in a review because it looks like the reviewer is just trying to make it look longer but with 4 stories I thought I might help the reader not have to look back and forth for each story. I can almost promise you that you will find at least 1 or...

    4 stars overall In the Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven 4.5 stars Grace Draven delivered on a novella with the fullest sense of story, characterisation and completion. It had a seasonal feel in terms of some key moments in the story, though of course not traditional Christmas. Th...

    THE DARKEST MIDNIGHT by Grace Draven was one of my favourites in the anthology, full of Christmas spirit and magical possibilities. The reader follows progress of Jahna, a young girl with a very low self-esteem and sees her blossoming into a confident, vibrant young woman thanks to her...

    Thea, Grace and Jeffe in one anthology? ...

    Overall Rating of Amid the Winter Snow: 4 Stars Amid the Winter Snow features four novellas that where charming, delightful, and engaging to read. Thea Harrison is the only author in this anthology I?m familiar with, so the other three were new to me. I was drawn into the storie...

    Four stories by four pretty formidable authors and what a treat for their fans this book is. Plus if new to these authors then a fabulous way to sample their work. Ok the first story by Grace Draven shows a friends to something much more kind of story. A young impressionable girl who ...

    The Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven. 4.5 Stars. This is such a lovely story, as always. Draven is a wonderful fantasy storyteller who I wish put out books at a faster pace. The novella is set in the same world as ?Master of Crows? and ?Wraith Kings?. Jahna is a spirited young ...

    Anthologies aren?t usual my thing but there is always an exception to the rule and here is where it applies. I have a lack of time at the moment so this is going to be quick. I have to date not had the opportunity to read anything by Grace Draven or Jeffe Kennedy so I can?t r...

    So, had I bothered looking into this more, I might have realized AMID THE WINTER SNOW contained novellas/short stories by authors that connected to beloved stories or series or previously created worlds that they are known for. Instead all I saw was Draven and I was immediately on the ...

    I came for the Elder Races and got sucked into all of them. The Darkest Midnight: Oh, man. Jahna and Radimar had the most wonderful slow burn romance. Part of this is because Jahna is young when they first meet and she needs to grow into herself, and part of it is because Radimar is...

    Amid the Winter Snow caught my attention quickly when I saw it was a fantasy anthology with winter holiday as the theme. All these worthy authors have been on my wish list to try their books for some time, and, what a rush, here their writings are all collected together in one book. I ...

    Loved reading the other stories!! All so delicious. You guys are gonna love it :D ...

    4/5; 4 stars; A- Each novella was a 3.5-4 star read. Each quite different and entertaining. Just what I would expect from this group of authors. I'm not normally too enthused about picking up anthologies but this one was worth the money and its available at Smashwords. ...

    That blood red cape on the white snow is such an eye-catching image... I feel like I need one of those capes now! Not to mention that this anthology is written by some of the hottest names in fantasy and paranormal romance - I was stoked to get an advanced copy. All of the stori...

    In the Darkest Midnight ? Grace Draven ? 3.5 Stars This tale covers several years as Radimar lives with Jahna?s family in order to tutor her brother in swordsmanship. The world/society building here is perfection but perhaps a bit too much for such a short story. Nevertheless, I...

    4.5 Stars This anthology contains four holiday stories from fantasy/paranormal authors: Grace Draven, Thea Harrison, Elizabeth Hunter, and Jeffe Kennedy. Anthologies are a good way to meet new authors as well as enjoy stories about known characters for those already familiar with the ...

    This anthology was a great mix of new worlds and familiar favorites for me. In the Darkest Midnight is set loosely in the world of Grace Draven?s Wraith Kings, though this story stands up completely on its own. It follows young Jahna, a nobleman?s daughter with a sizable birthma...

    Thea Harrison writes such great stories and I loved reading about Lily and Wulf in the The Chosen. I am a huge fan of her Moonshadow series and can't wait to start reading the Elder Races as I know I will not be disappointed. I was provided with a copy of this anthology by the author a...

    Only read THE SNOWS OF WINDROVEN by Jeffe Kennedy. The Snows of Windroven by Jeffe Kennedy An Uncharted Realms novella in Amid the Winter Snow Anthology The story takes place just before and/or at the beginning of The Shift of the Tide (book #3/6). It focuses on the love affai...

    I'm not generally a fan of anthologies, but when my favourite authors get together? Bring it. In The Darkest Midnight by Grace Draven - three and a half stars Set in the world of Eidolon and the Wraith Kings this is the charming story of Jahna Ulfrida, the daughter of a nobleman, b...

    Have I already read some of these? Also Check for which books should be read before these ...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart   I was trying to figure out how I would get Amid the Winter Snow for review. And then Thea Harrison sent it to me!  I am so, so thrilled! This group of authors is outstanding. I had read almost everything by Thea Harrison ...

    I expected a sweet, light winter novella?maybe some some cozying up around a fire and a sweet love story to soon blossom. I was wrong. So very wrong, and I'm so grateful!! I NEVER expected the depth that I got when I read The Storm. I'm still not convinced that it was a novella, ther...

    Originally published at Reading Reality Be sure to wrap up warmly before you start this one. And have a cozy blanket and a hot cup of tea or cocoa ? along with a cat or dog to keep your feet warm. All of these stories do an excellent of job of making the reader really feel Jack Fr...

  • Angela (Angel's Guilty Pleasures)
    Dec 01, 2017

    IT'S HERE!!!!!! ?Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ?iBooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ?Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ?Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ?Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ?Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX There is a brand new chapter of the Irin Chronicl...

    A Grace Draven's romance? Set during a winter festivity?! Huh: yes, please? I'll have you know - in case you're unaware of the fact (the shame!) - that Grace Draven writes fantasy-romance like no other and, incidentally, she also writes stunningly beautiful scenes set during winter fes...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Mixed feelings. I had not been familiar with any works by the authors published in this anthology of short winter stories, so I thought maybe this would be a good introduction. Unfortunately, I foun...

    This anthology brings together four experienced and successful fantasy romance authors, who supplement their respective canons with stories centered around the winter solstice. Tonally, these novellas highly complement one another, but there are varying degrees of success in terms of p...

    NOTE: I typically do not copy the synopsis in a review because it looks like the reviewer is just trying to make it look longer but with 4 stories I thought I might help the reader not have to look back and forth for each story. I can almost promise you that you will find at least 1 or...

    4 stars overall In the Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven 4.5 stars Grace Draven delivered on a novella with the fullest sense of story, characterisation and completion. It had a seasonal feel in terms of some key moments in the story, though of course not traditional Christmas. Th...

    THE DARKEST MIDNIGHT by Grace Draven was one of my favourites in the anthology, full of Christmas spirit and magical possibilities. The reader follows progress of Jahna, a young girl with a very low self-esteem and sees her blossoming into a confident, vibrant young woman thanks to her...

    Thea, Grace and Jeffe in one anthology? ...

    Overall Rating of Amid the Winter Snow: 4 Stars Amid the Winter Snow features four novellas that where charming, delightful, and engaging to read. Thea Harrison is the only author in this anthology I?m familiar with, so the other three were new to me. I was drawn into the storie...

  • Alison
    Dec 07, 2017

    IT'S HERE!!!!!! ?Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ?iBooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ?Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ?Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ?Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ?Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX There is a brand new chapter of the Irin Chronicl...

    A Grace Draven's romance? Set during a winter festivity?! Huh: yes, please? I'll have you know - in case you're unaware of the fact (the shame!) - that Grace Draven writes fantasy-romance like no other and, incidentally, she also writes stunningly beautiful scenes set during winter fes...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Mixed feelings. I had not been familiar with any works by the authors published in this anthology of short winter stories, so I thought maybe this would be a good introduction. Unfortunately, I foun...

    This anthology brings together four experienced and successful fantasy romance authors, who supplement their respective canons with stories centered around the winter solstice. Tonally, these novellas highly complement one another, but there are varying degrees of success in terms of p...

    NOTE: I typically do not copy the synopsis in a review because it looks like the reviewer is just trying to make it look longer but with 4 stories I thought I might help the reader not have to look back and forth for each story. I can almost promise you that you will find at least 1 or...

    4 stars overall In the Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven 4.5 stars Grace Draven delivered on a novella with the fullest sense of story, characterisation and completion. It had a seasonal feel in terms of some key moments in the story, though of course not traditional Christmas. Th...

    THE DARKEST MIDNIGHT by Grace Draven was one of my favourites in the anthology, full of Christmas spirit and magical possibilities. The reader follows progress of Jahna, a young girl with a very low self-esteem and sees her blossoming into a confident, vibrant young woman thanks to her...

    Thea, Grace and Jeffe in one anthology? ...

    Overall Rating of Amid the Winter Snow: 4 Stars Amid the Winter Snow features four novellas that where charming, delightful, and engaging to read. Thea Harrison is the only author in this anthology I?m familiar with, so the other three were new to me. I was drawn into the storie...

    Four stories by four pretty formidable authors and what a treat for their fans this book is. Plus if new to these authors then a fabulous way to sample their work. Ok the first story by Grace Draven shows a friends to something much more kind of story. A young impressionable girl who ...

    The Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven. 4.5 Stars. This is such a lovely story, as always. Draven is a wonderful fantasy storyteller who I wish put out books at a faster pace. The novella is set in the same world as ?Master of Crows? and ?Wraith Kings?. Jahna is a spirited young ...

    Anthologies aren?t usual my thing but there is always an exception to the rule and here is where it applies. I have a lack of time at the moment so this is going to be quick. I have to date not had the opportunity to read anything by Grace Draven or Jeffe Kennedy so I can?t r...

    So, had I bothered looking into this more, I might have realized AMID THE WINTER SNOW contained novellas/short stories by authors that connected to beloved stories or series or previously created worlds that they are known for. Instead all I saw was Draven and I was immediately on the ...

    I came for the Elder Races and got sucked into all of them. The Darkest Midnight: Oh, man. Jahna and Radimar had the most wonderful slow burn romance. Part of this is because Jahna is young when they first meet and she needs to grow into herself, and part of it is because Radimar is...

    Amid the Winter Snow caught my attention quickly when I saw it was a fantasy anthology with winter holiday as the theme. All these worthy authors have been on my wish list to try their books for some time, and, what a rush, here their writings are all collected together in one book. I ...

    Loved reading the other stories!! All so delicious. You guys are gonna love it :D ...

    4/5; 4 stars; A- Each novella was a 3.5-4 star read. Each quite different and entertaining. Just what I would expect from this group of authors. I'm not normally too enthused about picking up anthologies but this one was worth the money and its available at Smashwords. ...

    That blood red cape on the white snow is such an eye-catching image... I feel like I need one of those capes now! Not to mention that this anthology is written by some of the hottest names in fantasy and paranormal romance - I was stoked to get an advanced copy. All of the stori...

    In the Darkest Midnight ? Grace Draven ? 3.5 Stars This tale covers several years as Radimar lives with Jahna?s family in order to tutor her brother in swordsmanship. The world/society building here is perfection but perhaps a bit too much for such a short story. Nevertheless, I...

    4.5 Stars This anthology contains four holiday stories from fantasy/paranormal authors: Grace Draven, Thea Harrison, Elizabeth Hunter, and Jeffe Kennedy. Anthologies are a good way to meet new authors as well as enjoy stories about known characters for those already familiar with the ...

    This anthology was a great mix of new worlds and familiar favorites for me. In the Darkest Midnight is set loosely in the world of Grace Draven?s Wraith Kings, though this story stands up completely on its own. It follows young Jahna, a nobleman?s daughter with a sizable birthma...

    Thea Harrison writes such great stories and I loved reading about Lily and Wulf in the The Chosen. I am a huge fan of her Moonshadow series and can't wait to start reading the Elder Races as I know I will not be disappointed. I was provided with a copy of this anthology by the author a...

    Only read THE SNOWS OF WINDROVEN by Jeffe Kennedy. The Snows of Windroven by Jeffe Kennedy An Uncharted Realms novella in Amid the Winter Snow Anthology The story takes place just before and/or at the beginning of The Shift of the Tide (book #3/6). It focuses on the love affai...

    I'm not generally a fan of anthologies, but when my favourite authors get together? Bring it. In The Darkest Midnight by Grace Draven - three and a half stars Set in the world of Eidolon and the Wraith Kings this is the charming story of Jahna Ulfrida, the daughter of a nobleman, b...

  • Shari Kay
    Dec 11, 2017

    IT'S HERE!!!!!! ?Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ?iBooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ?Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ?Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ?Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ?Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX There is a brand new chapter of the Irin Chronicl...

    A Grace Draven's romance? Set during a winter festivity?! Huh: yes, please? I'll have you know - in case you're unaware of the fact (the shame!) - that Grace Draven writes fantasy-romance like no other and, incidentally, she also writes stunningly beautiful scenes set during winter fes...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Mixed feelings. I had not been familiar with any works by the authors published in this anthology of short winter stories, so I thought maybe this would be a good introduction. Unfortunately, I foun...

    This anthology brings together four experienced and successful fantasy romance authors, who supplement their respective canons with stories centered around the winter solstice. Tonally, these novellas highly complement one another, but there are varying degrees of success in terms of p...

    NOTE: I typically do not copy the synopsis in a review because it looks like the reviewer is just trying to make it look longer but with 4 stories I thought I might help the reader not have to look back and forth for each story. I can almost promise you that you will find at least 1 or...

    4 stars overall In the Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven 4.5 stars Grace Draven delivered on a novella with the fullest sense of story, characterisation and completion. It had a seasonal feel in terms of some key moments in the story, though of course not traditional Christmas. Th...

    THE DARKEST MIDNIGHT by Grace Draven was one of my favourites in the anthology, full of Christmas spirit and magical possibilities. The reader follows progress of Jahna, a young girl with a very low self-esteem and sees her blossoming into a confident, vibrant young woman thanks to her...

    Thea, Grace and Jeffe in one anthology? ...

    Overall Rating of Amid the Winter Snow: 4 Stars Amid the Winter Snow features four novellas that where charming, delightful, and engaging to read. Thea Harrison is the only author in this anthology I?m familiar with, so the other three were new to me. I was drawn into the storie...

    Four stories by four pretty formidable authors and what a treat for their fans this book is. Plus if new to these authors then a fabulous way to sample their work. Ok the first story by Grace Draven shows a friends to something much more kind of story. A young impressionable girl who ...

    The Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven. 4.5 Stars. This is such a lovely story, as always. Draven is a wonderful fantasy storyteller who I wish put out books at a faster pace. The novella is set in the same world as ?Master of Crows? and ?Wraith Kings?. Jahna is a spirited young ...

    Anthologies aren?t usual my thing but there is always an exception to the rule and here is where it applies. I have a lack of time at the moment so this is going to be quick. I have to date not had the opportunity to read anything by Grace Draven or Jeffe Kennedy so I can?t r...

    So, had I bothered looking into this more, I might have realized AMID THE WINTER SNOW contained novellas/short stories by authors that connected to beloved stories or series or previously created worlds that they are known for. Instead all I saw was Draven and I was immediately on the ...

    I came for the Elder Races and got sucked into all of them. The Darkest Midnight: Oh, man. Jahna and Radimar had the most wonderful slow burn romance. Part of this is because Jahna is young when they first meet and she needs to grow into herself, and part of it is because Radimar is...

    Amid the Winter Snow caught my attention quickly when I saw it was a fantasy anthology with winter holiday as the theme. All these worthy authors have been on my wish list to try their books for some time, and, what a rush, here their writings are all collected together in one book. I ...

    Loved reading the other stories!! All so delicious. You guys are gonna love it :D ...

    4/5; 4 stars; A- Each novella was a 3.5-4 star read. Each quite different and entertaining. Just what I would expect from this group of authors. I'm not normally too enthused about picking up anthologies but this one was worth the money and its available at Smashwords. ...

    That blood red cape on the white snow is such an eye-catching image... I feel like I need one of those capes now! Not to mention that this anthology is written by some of the hottest names in fantasy and paranormal romance - I was stoked to get an advanced copy. All of the stori...

    In the Darkest Midnight ? Grace Draven ? 3.5 Stars This tale covers several years as Radimar lives with Jahna?s family in order to tutor her brother in swordsmanship. The world/society building here is perfection but perhaps a bit too much for such a short story. Nevertheless, I...

    4.5 Stars This anthology contains four holiday stories from fantasy/paranormal authors: Grace Draven, Thea Harrison, Elizabeth Hunter, and Jeffe Kennedy. Anthologies are a good way to meet new authors as well as enjoy stories about known characters for those already familiar with the ...

    This anthology was a great mix of new worlds and familiar favorites for me. In the Darkest Midnight is set loosely in the world of Grace Draven?s Wraith Kings, though this story stands up completely on its own. It follows young Jahna, a nobleman?s daughter with a sizable birthma...

    Thea Harrison writes such great stories and I loved reading about Lily and Wulf in the The Chosen. I am a huge fan of her Moonshadow series and can't wait to start reading the Elder Races as I know I will not be disappointed. I was provided with a copy of this anthology by the author a...

    Only read THE SNOWS OF WINDROVEN by Jeffe Kennedy. The Snows of Windroven by Jeffe Kennedy An Uncharted Realms novella in Amid the Winter Snow Anthology The story takes place just before and/or at the beginning of The Shift of the Tide (book #3/6). It focuses on the love affai...

    I'm not generally a fan of anthologies, but when my favourite authors get together? Bring it. In The Darkest Midnight by Grace Draven - three and a half stars Set in the world of Eidolon and the Wraith Kings this is the charming story of Jahna Ulfrida, the daughter of a nobleman, b...

    Have I already read some of these? Also Check for which books should be read before these ...

  • Kate's Corner
    Dec 01, 2017

    IT'S HERE!!!!!! ?Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ?iBooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ?Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ?Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ?Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ?Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX There is a brand new chapter of the Irin Chronicl...

    A Grace Draven's romance? Set during a winter festivity?! Huh: yes, please? I'll have you know - in case you're unaware of the fact (the shame!) - that Grace Draven writes fantasy-romance like no other and, incidentally, she also writes stunningly beautiful scenes set during winter fes...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Mixed feelings. I had not been familiar with any works by the authors published in this anthology of short winter stories, so I thought maybe this would be a good introduction. Unfortunately, I foun...

    This anthology brings together four experienced and successful fantasy romance authors, who supplement their respective canons with stories centered around the winter solstice. Tonally, these novellas highly complement one another, but there are varying degrees of success in terms of p...

    NOTE: I typically do not copy the synopsis in a review because it looks like the reviewer is just trying to make it look longer but with 4 stories I thought I might help the reader not have to look back and forth for each story. I can almost promise you that you will find at least 1 or...

    4 stars overall In the Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven 4.5 stars Grace Draven delivered on a novella with the fullest sense of story, characterisation and completion. It had a seasonal feel in terms of some key moments in the story, though of course not traditional Christmas. Th...

    THE DARKEST MIDNIGHT by Grace Draven was one of my favourites in the anthology, full of Christmas spirit and magical possibilities. The reader follows progress of Jahna, a young girl with a very low self-esteem and sees her blossoming into a confident, vibrant young woman thanks to her...

    Thea, Grace and Jeffe in one anthology? ...

    Overall Rating of Amid the Winter Snow: 4 Stars Amid the Winter Snow features four novellas that where charming, delightful, and engaging to read. Thea Harrison is the only author in this anthology I?m familiar with, so the other three were new to me. I was drawn into the storie...

    Four stories by four pretty formidable authors and what a treat for their fans this book is. Plus if new to these authors then a fabulous way to sample their work. Ok the first story by Grace Draven shows a friends to something much more kind of story. A young impressionable girl who ...

    The Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven. 4.5 Stars. This is such a lovely story, as always. Draven is a wonderful fantasy storyteller who I wish put out books at a faster pace. The novella is set in the same world as ?Master of Crows? and ?Wraith Kings?. Jahna is a spirited young ...

    Anthologies aren?t usual my thing but there is always an exception to the rule and here is where it applies. I have a lack of time at the moment so this is going to be quick. I have to date not had the opportunity to read anything by Grace Draven or Jeffe Kennedy so I can?t r...

  • Celestine
    Dec 08, 2017

    IT'S HERE!!!!!! ?Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ?iBooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ?Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ?Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ?Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ?Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX There is a brand new chapter of the Irin Chronicl...

    A Grace Draven's romance? Set during a winter festivity?! Huh: yes, please? I'll have you know - in case you're unaware of the fact (the shame!) - that Grace Draven writes fantasy-romance like no other and, incidentally, she also writes stunningly beautiful scenes set during winter fes...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Mixed feelings. I had not been familiar with any works by the authors published in this anthology of short winter stories, so I thought maybe this would be a good introduction. Unfortunately, I foun...

    This anthology brings together four experienced and successful fantasy romance authors, who supplement their respective canons with stories centered around the winter solstice. Tonally, these novellas highly complement one another, but there are varying degrees of success in terms of p...

  • Marta Cox
    Sep 18, 2017

    IT'S HERE!!!!!! ?Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ?iBooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ?Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ?Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ?Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ?Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX There is a brand new chapter of the Irin Chronicl...

    A Grace Draven's romance? Set during a winter festivity?! Huh: yes, please? I'll have you know - in case you're unaware of the fact (the shame!) - that Grace Draven writes fantasy-romance like no other and, incidentally, she also writes stunningly beautiful scenes set during winter fes...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Mixed feelings. I had not been familiar with any works by the authors published in this anthology of short winter stories, so I thought maybe this would be a good introduction. Unfortunately, I foun...

    This anthology brings together four experienced and successful fantasy romance authors, who supplement their respective canons with stories centered around the winter solstice. Tonally, these novellas highly complement one another, but there are varying degrees of success in terms of p...

    NOTE: I typically do not copy the synopsis in a review because it looks like the reviewer is just trying to make it look longer but with 4 stories I thought I might help the reader not have to look back and forth for each story. I can almost promise you that you will find at least 1 or...

    4 stars overall In the Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven 4.5 stars Grace Draven delivered on a novella with the fullest sense of story, characterisation and completion. It had a seasonal feel in terms of some key moments in the story, though of course not traditional Christmas. Th...

    THE DARKEST MIDNIGHT by Grace Draven was one of my favourites in the anthology, full of Christmas spirit and magical possibilities. The reader follows progress of Jahna, a young girl with a very low self-esteem and sees her blossoming into a confident, vibrant young woman thanks to her...

    Thea, Grace and Jeffe in one anthology? ...

    Overall Rating of Amid the Winter Snow: 4 Stars Amid the Winter Snow features four novellas that where charming, delightful, and engaging to read. Thea Harrison is the only author in this anthology I?m familiar with, so the other three were new to me. I was drawn into the storie...

    Four stories by four pretty formidable authors and what a treat for their fans this book is. Plus if new to these authors then a fabulous way to sample their work. Ok the first story by Grace Draven shows a friends to something much more kind of story. A young impressionable girl who ...

  • Hollis
    Jan 28, 2018

    IT'S HERE!!!!!! ?Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ?iBooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ?Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ?Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ?Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ?Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX There is a brand new chapter of the Irin Chronicl...

    A Grace Draven's romance? Set during a winter festivity?! Huh: yes, please? I'll have you know - in case you're unaware of the fact (the shame!) - that Grace Draven writes fantasy-romance like no other and, incidentally, she also writes stunningly beautiful scenes set during winter fes...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Mixed feelings. I had not been familiar with any works by the authors published in this anthology of short winter stories, so I thought maybe this would be a good introduction. Unfortunately, I foun...

    This anthology brings together four experienced and successful fantasy romance authors, who supplement their respective canons with stories centered around the winter solstice. Tonally, these novellas highly complement one another, but there are varying degrees of success in terms of p...

    NOTE: I typically do not copy the synopsis in a review because it looks like the reviewer is just trying to make it look longer but with 4 stories I thought I might help the reader not have to look back and forth for each story. I can almost promise you that you will find at least 1 or...

    4 stars overall In the Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven 4.5 stars Grace Draven delivered on a novella with the fullest sense of story, characterisation and completion. It had a seasonal feel in terms of some key moments in the story, though of course not traditional Christmas. Th...

    THE DARKEST MIDNIGHT by Grace Draven was one of my favourites in the anthology, full of Christmas spirit and magical possibilities. The reader follows progress of Jahna, a young girl with a very low self-esteem and sees her blossoming into a confident, vibrant young woman thanks to her...

    Thea, Grace and Jeffe in one anthology? ...

    Overall Rating of Amid the Winter Snow: 4 Stars Amid the Winter Snow features four novellas that where charming, delightful, and engaging to read. Thea Harrison is the only author in this anthology I?m familiar with, so the other three were new to me. I was drawn into the storie...

    Four stories by four pretty formidable authors and what a treat for their fans this book is. Plus if new to these authors then a fabulous way to sample their work. Ok the first story by Grace Draven shows a friends to something much more kind of story. A young impressionable girl who ...

    The Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven. 4.5 Stars. This is such a lovely story, as always. Draven is a wonderful fantasy storyteller who I wish put out books at a faster pace. The novella is set in the same world as ?Master of Crows? and ?Wraith Kings?. Jahna is a spirited young ...

    Anthologies aren?t usual my thing but there is always an exception to the rule and here is where it applies. I have a lack of time at the moment so this is going to be quick. I have to date not had the opportunity to read anything by Grace Draven or Jeffe Kennedy so I can?t r...

    So, had I bothered looking into this more, I might have realized AMID THE WINTER SNOW contained novellas/short stories by authors that connected to beloved stories or series or previously created worlds that they are known for. Instead all I saw was Draven and I was immediately on the ...

  • Kindling Micky
    Dec 04, 2017

    IT'S HERE!!!!!! ?Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ?iBooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ?Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ?Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ?Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ?Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX There is a brand new chapter of the Irin Chronicl...

    A Grace Draven's romance? Set during a winter festivity?! Huh: yes, please? I'll have you know - in case you're unaware of the fact (the shame!) - that Grace Draven writes fantasy-romance like no other and, incidentally, she also writes stunningly beautiful scenes set during winter fes...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Mixed feelings. I had not been familiar with any works by the authors published in this anthology of short winter stories, so I thought maybe this would be a good introduction. Unfortunately, I foun...

    This anthology brings together four experienced and successful fantasy romance authors, who supplement their respective canons with stories centered around the winter solstice. Tonally, these novellas highly complement one another, but there are varying degrees of success in terms of p...

    NOTE: I typically do not copy the synopsis in a review because it looks like the reviewer is just trying to make it look longer but with 4 stories I thought I might help the reader not have to look back and forth for each story. I can almost promise you that you will find at least 1 or...

    4 stars overall In the Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven 4.5 stars Grace Draven delivered on a novella with the fullest sense of story, characterisation and completion. It had a seasonal feel in terms of some key moments in the story, though of course not traditional Christmas. Th...

  • Sommertime
    Mar 17, 2018

    IT'S HERE!!!!!! ?Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ?iBooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ?Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ?Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ?Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ?Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX There is a brand new chapter of the Irin Chronicl...

    A Grace Draven's romance? Set during a winter festivity?! Huh: yes, please? I'll have you know - in case you're unaware of the fact (the shame!) - that Grace Draven writes fantasy-romance like no other and, incidentally, she also writes stunningly beautiful scenes set during winter fes...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Mixed feelings. I had not been familiar with any works by the authors published in this anthology of short winter stories, so I thought maybe this would be a good introduction. Unfortunately, I foun...

    This anthology brings together four experienced and successful fantasy romance authors, who supplement their respective canons with stories centered around the winter solstice. Tonally, these novellas highly complement one another, but there are varying degrees of success in terms of p...

    NOTE: I typically do not copy the synopsis in a review because it looks like the reviewer is just trying to make it look longer but with 4 stories I thought I might help the reader not have to look back and forth for each story. I can almost promise you that you will find at least 1 or...

    4 stars overall In the Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven 4.5 stars Grace Draven delivered on a novella with the fullest sense of story, characterisation and completion. It had a seasonal feel in terms of some key moments in the story, though of course not traditional Christmas. Th...

    THE DARKEST MIDNIGHT by Grace Draven was one of my favourites in the anthology, full of Christmas spirit and magical possibilities. The reader follows progress of Jahna, a young girl with a very low self-esteem and sees her blossoming into a confident, vibrant young woman thanks to her...

    Thea, Grace and Jeffe in one anthology? ...

    Overall Rating of Amid the Winter Snow: 4 Stars Amid the Winter Snow features four novellas that where charming, delightful, and engaging to read. Thea Harrison is the only author in this anthology I?m familiar with, so the other three were new to me. I was drawn into the storie...

    Four stories by four pretty formidable authors and what a treat for their fans this book is. Plus if new to these authors then a fabulous way to sample their work. Ok the first story by Grace Draven shows a friends to something much more kind of story. A young impressionable girl who ...

    The Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven. 4.5 Stars. This is such a lovely story, as always. Draven is a wonderful fantasy storyteller who I wish put out books at a faster pace. The novella is set in the same world as ?Master of Crows? and ?Wraith Kings?. Jahna is a spirited young ...

    Anthologies aren?t usual my thing but there is always an exception to the rule and here is where it applies. I have a lack of time at the moment so this is going to be quick. I have to date not had the opportunity to read anything by Grace Draven or Jeffe Kennedy so I can?t r...

    So, had I bothered looking into this more, I might have realized AMID THE WINTER SNOW contained novellas/short stories by authors that connected to beloved stories or series or previously created worlds that they are known for. Instead all I saw was Draven and I was immediately on the ...

    I came for the Elder Races and got sucked into all of them. The Darkest Midnight: Oh, man. Jahna and Radimar had the most wonderful slow burn romance. Part of this is because Jahna is young when they first meet and she needs to grow into herself, and part of it is because Radimar is...

    Amid the Winter Snow caught my attention quickly when I saw it was a fantasy anthology with winter holiday as the theme. All these worthy authors have been on my wish list to try their books for some time, and, what a rush, here their writings are all collected together in one book. I ...

    Loved reading the other stories!! All so delicious. You guys are gonna love it :D ...

    4/5; 4 stars; A- Each novella was a 3.5-4 star read. Each quite different and entertaining. Just what I would expect from this group of authors. I'm not normally too enthused about picking up anthologies but this one was worth the money and its available at Smashwords. ...

    That blood red cape on the white snow is such an eye-catching image... I feel like I need one of those capes now! Not to mention that this anthology is written by some of the hottest names in fantasy and paranormal romance - I was stoked to get an advanced copy. All of the stori...

    In the Darkest Midnight ? Grace Draven ? 3.5 Stars This tale covers several years as Radimar lives with Jahna?s family in order to tutor her brother in swordsmanship. The world/society building here is perfection but perhaps a bit too much for such a short story. Nevertheless, I...

    4.5 Stars This anthology contains four holiday stories from fantasy/paranormal authors: Grace Draven, Thea Harrison, Elizabeth Hunter, and Jeffe Kennedy. Anthologies are a good way to meet new authors as well as enjoy stories about known characters for those already familiar with the ...

    This anthology was a great mix of new worlds and familiar favorites for me. In the Darkest Midnight is set loosely in the world of Grace Draven?s Wraith Kings, though this story stands up completely on its own. It follows young Jahna, a nobleman?s daughter with a sizable birthma...

    Thea Harrison writes such great stories and I loved reading about Lily and Wulf in the The Chosen. I am a huge fan of her Moonshadow series and can't wait to start reading the Elder Races as I know I will not be disappointed. I was provided with a copy of this anthology by the author a...

    Only read THE SNOWS OF WINDROVEN by Jeffe Kennedy. The Snows of Windroven by Jeffe Kennedy An Uncharted Realms novella in Amid the Winter Snow Anthology The story takes place just before and/or at the beginning of The Shift of the Tide (book #3/6). It focuses on the love affai...

    I'm not generally a fan of anthologies, but when my favourite authors get together? Bring it. In The Darkest Midnight by Grace Draven - three and a half stars Set in the world of Eidolon and the Wraith Kings this is the charming story of Jahna Ulfrida, the daughter of a nobleman, b...

    Have I already read some of these? Also Check for which books should be read before these ...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart   I was trying to figure out how I would get Amid the Winter Snow for review. And then Thea Harrison sent it to me!  I am so, so thrilled! This group of authors is outstanding. I had read almost everything by Thea Harrison ...

    I expected a sweet, light winter novella?maybe some some cozying up around a fire and a sweet love story to soon blossom. I was wrong. So very wrong, and I'm so grateful!! I NEVER expected the depth that I got when I read The Storm. I'm still not convinced that it was a novella, ther...

    Originally published at Reading Reality Be sure to wrap up warmly before you start this one. And have a cozy blanket and a hot cup of tea or cocoa ? along with a cat or dog to keep your feet warm. All of these stories do an excellent of job of making the reader really feel Jack Fr...

    Overall book rating: 4.5 stars Amid the Winter Snow is a beautiful anthology of stories by well-known authors: Grace Draven, Thea Harrison, Elizabeth Hunter, and Jeffe Kennedy. Of the four I had only previously read titles by Grace Draven and Elizabeth Hunter. Although now I will ce...

    The Darkest Midnight by Grace Draven 4 stars **** Grace Draven is one of my favorite fantasy authors so I knew her novella would be amazing. She does a great job of giving the novella the feel of a full length book. Neither the plot nor the characters suffer from the shortened lengt...

  • Carvanz
    Dec 10, 2017

    IT'S HERE!!!!!! ?Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ?iBooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ?Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ?Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ?Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ?Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX There is a brand new chapter of the Irin Chronicl...

    A Grace Draven's romance? Set during a winter festivity?! Huh: yes, please? I'll have you know - in case you're unaware of the fact (the shame!) - that Grace Draven writes fantasy-romance like no other and, incidentally, she also writes stunningly beautiful scenes set during winter fes...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Mixed feelings. I had not been familiar with any works by the authors published in this anthology of short winter stories, so I thought maybe this would be a good introduction. Unfortunately, I foun...

    This anthology brings together four experienced and successful fantasy romance authors, who supplement their respective canons with stories centered around the winter solstice. Tonally, these novellas highly complement one another, but there are varying degrees of success in terms of p...

    NOTE: I typically do not copy the synopsis in a review because it looks like the reviewer is just trying to make it look longer but with 4 stories I thought I might help the reader not have to look back and forth for each story. I can almost promise you that you will find at least 1 or...

    4 stars overall In the Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven 4.5 stars Grace Draven delivered on a novella with the fullest sense of story, characterisation and completion. It had a seasonal feel in terms of some key moments in the story, though of course not traditional Christmas. Th...

    THE DARKEST MIDNIGHT by Grace Draven was one of my favourites in the anthology, full of Christmas spirit and magical possibilities. The reader follows progress of Jahna, a young girl with a very low self-esteem and sees her blossoming into a confident, vibrant young woman thanks to her...

    Thea, Grace and Jeffe in one anthology? ...

    Overall Rating of Amid the Winter Snow: 4 Stars Amid the Winter Snow features four novellas that where charming, delightful, and engaging to read. Thea Harrison is the only author in this anthology I?m familiar with, so the other three were new to me. I was drawn into the storie...

    Four stories by four pretty formidable authors and what a treat for their fans this book is. Plus if new to these authors then a fabulous way to sample their work. Ok the first story by Grace Draven shows a friends to something much more kind of story. A young impressionable girl who ...

    The Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven. 4.5 Stars. This is such a lovely story, as always. Draven is a wonderful fantasy storyteller who I wish put out books at a faster pace. The novella is set in the same world as ?Master of Crows? and ?Wraith Kings?. Jahna is a spirited young ...

    Anthologies aren?t usual my thing but there is always an exception to the rule and here is where it applies. I have a lack of time at the moment so this is going to be quick. I have to date not had the opportunity to read anything by Grace Draven or Jeffe Kennedy so I can?t r...

    So, had I bothered looking into this more, I might have realized AMID THE WINTER SNOW contained novellas/short stories by authors that connected to beloved stories or series or previously created worlds that they are known for. Instead all I saw was Draven and I was immediately on the ...

    I came for the Elder Races and got sucked into all of them. The Darkest Midnight: Oh, man. Jahna and Radimar had the most wonderful slow burn romance. Part of this is because Jahna is young when they first meet and she needs to grow into herself, and part of it is because Radimar is...

    Amid the Winter Snow caught my attention quickly when I saw it was a fantasy anthology with winter holiday as the theme. All these worthy authors have been on my wish list to try their books for some time, and, what a rush, here their writings are all collected together in one book. I ...

    Loved reading the other stories!! All so delicious. You guys are gonna love it :D ...

    4/5; 4 stars; A- Each novella was a 3.5-4 star read. Each quite different and entertaining. Just what I would expect from this group of authors. I'm not normally too enthused about picking up anthologies but this one was worth the money and its available at Smashwords. ...

    That blood red cape on the white snow is such an eye-catching image... I feel like I need one of those capes now! Not to mention that this anthology is written by some of the hottest names in fantasy and paranormal romance - I was stoked to get an advanced copy. All of the stori...

    In the Darkest Midnight ? Grace Draven ? 3.5 Stars This tale covers several years as Radimar lives with Jahna?s family in order to tutor her brother in swordsmanship. The world/society building here is perfection but perhaps a bit too much for such a short story. Nevertheless, I...

  • Kim Shumaker
    Nov 25, 2017

    IT'S HERE!!!!!! ?Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ?iBooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ?Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ?Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ?Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ?Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX There is a brand new chapter of the Irin Chronicl...

    A Grace Draven's romance? Set during a winter festivity?! Huh: yes, please? I'll have you know - in case you're unaware of the fact (the shame!) - that Grace Draven writes fantasy-romance like no other and, incidentally, she also writes stunningly beautiful scenes set during winter fes...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Mixed feelings. I had not been familiar with any works by the authors published in this anthology of short winter stories, so I thought maybe this would be a good introduction. Unfortunately, I foun...

    This anthology brings together four experienced and successful fantasy romance authors, who supplement their respective canons with stories centered around the winter solstice. Tonally, these novellas highly complement one another, but there are varying degrees of success in terms of p...

    NOTE: I typically do not copy the synopsis in a review because it looks like the reviewer is just trying to make it look longer but with 4 stories I thought I might help the reader not have to look back and forth for each story. I can almost promise you that you will find at least 1 or...

    4 stars overall In the Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven 4.5 stars Grace Draven delivered on a novella with the fullest sense of story, characterisation and completion. It had a seasonal feel in terms of some key moments in the story, though of course not traditional Christmas. Th...

    THE DARKEST MIDNIGHT by Grace Draven was one of my favourites in the anthology, full of Christmas spirit and magical possibilities. The reader follows progress of Jahna, a young girl with a very low self-esteem and sees her blossoming into a confident, vibrant young woman thanks to her...

    Thea, Grace and Jeffe in one anthology? ...

    Overall Rating of Amid the Winter Snow: 4 Stars Amid the Winter Snow features four novellas that where charming, delightful, and engaging to read. Thea Harrison is the only author in this anthology I?m familiar with, so the other three were new to me. I was drawn into the storie...

    Four stories by four pretty formidable authors and what a treat for their fans this book is. Plus if new to these authors then a fabulous way to sample their work. Ok the first story by Grace Draven shows a friends to something much more kind of story. A young impressionable girl who ...

    The Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven. 4.5 Stars. This is such a lovely story, as always. Draven is a wonderful fantasy storyteller who I wish put out books at a faster pace. The novella is set in the same world as ?Master of Crows? and ?Wraith Kings?. Jahna is a spirited young ...

    Anthologies aren?t usual my thing but there is always an exception to the rule and here is where it applies. I have a lack of time at the moment so this is going to be quick. I have to date not had the opportunity to read anything by Grace Draven or Jeffe Kennedy so I can?t r...

    So, had I bothered looking into this more, I might have realized AMID THE WINTER SNOW contained novellas/short stories by authors that connected to beloved stories or series or previously created worlds that they are known for. Instead all I saw was Draven and I was immediately on the ...

    I came for the Elder Races and got sucked into all of them. The Darkest Midnight: Oh, man. Jahna and Radimar had the most wonderful slow burn romance. Part of this is because Jahna is young when they first meet and she needs to grow into herself, and part of it is because Radimar is...

    Amid the Winter Snow caught my attention quickly when I saw it was a fantasy anthology with winter holiday as the theme. All these worthy authors have been on my wish list to try their books for some time, and, what a rush, here their writings are all collected together in one book. I ...

    Loved reading the other stories!! All so delicious. You guys are gonna love it :D ...

    4/5; 4 stars; A- Each novella was a 3.5-4 star read. Each quite different and entertaining. Just what I would expect from this group of authors. I'm not normally too enthused about picking up anthologies but this one was worth the money and its available at Smashwords. ...

    That blood red cape on the white snow is such an eye-catching image... I feel like I need one of those capes now! Not to mention that this anthology is written by some of the hottest names in fantasy and paranormal romance - I was stoked to get an advanced copy. All of the stori...

    In the Darkest Midnight ? Grace Draven ? 3.5 Stars This tale covers several years as Radimar lives with Jahna?s family in order to tutor her brother in swordsmanship. The world/society building here is perfection but perhaps a bit too much for such a short story. Nevertheless, I...

    4.5 Stars This anthology contains four holiday stories from fantasy/paranormal authors: Grace Draven, Thea Harrison, Elizabeth Hunter, and Jeffe Kennedy. Anthologies are a good way to meet new authors as well as enjoy stories about known characters for those already familiar with the ...

    This anthology was a great mix of new worlds and familiar favorites for me. In the Darkest Midnight is set loosely in the world of Grace Draven?s Wraith Kings, though this story stands up completely on its own. It follows young Jahna, a nobleman?s daughter with a sizable birthma...

    Thea Harrison writes such great stories and I loved reading about Lily and Wulf in the The Chosen. I am a huge fan of her Moonshadow series and can't wait to start reading the Elder Races as I know I will not be disappointed. I was provided with a copy of this anthology by the author a...

  • The Word Nerd Reviews Blog
    Dec 02, 2017

    IT'S HERE!!!!!! ?Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ?iBooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ?Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ?Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ?Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ?Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX There is a brand new chapter of the Irin Chronicl...

    A Grace Draven's romance? Set during a winter festivity?! Huh: yes, please? I'll have you know - in case you're unaware of the fact (the shame!) - that Grace Draven writes fantasy-romance like no other and, incidentally, she also writes stunningly beautiful scenes set during winter fes...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Mixed feelings. I had not been familiar with any works by the authors published in this anthology of short winter stories, so I thought maybe this would be a good introduction. Unfortunately, I foun...

    This anthology brings together four experienced and successful fantasy romance authors, who supplement their respective canons with stories centered around the winter solstice. Tonally, these novellas highly complement one another, but there are varying degrees of success in terms of p...

    NOTE: I typically do not copy the synopsis in a review because it looks like the reviewer is just trying to make it look longer but with 4 stories I thought I might help the reader not have to look back and forth for each story. I can almost promise you that you will find at least 1 or...

    4 stars overall In the Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven 4.5 stars Grace Draven delivered on a novella with the fullest sense of story, characterisation and completion. It had a seasonal feel in terms of some key moments in the story, though of course not traditional Christmas. Th...

    THE DARKEST MIDNIGHT by Grace Draven was one of my favourites in the anthology, full of Christmas spirit and magical possibilities. The reader follows progress of Jahna, a young girl with a very low self-esteem and sees her blossoming into a confident, vibrant young woman thanks to her...

    Thea, Grace and Jeffe in one anthology? ...

    Overall Rating of Amid the Winter Snow: 4 Stars Amid the Winter Snow features four novellas that where charming, delightful, and engaging to read. Thea Harrison is the only author in this anthology I?m familiar with, so the other three were new to me. I was drawn into the storie...

    Four stories by four pretty formidable authors and what a treat for their fans this book is. Plus if new to these authors then a fabulous way to sample their work. Ok the first story by Grace Draven shows a friends to something much more kind of story. A young impressionable girl who ...

    The Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven. 4.5 Stars. This is such a lovely story, as always. Draven is a wonderful fantasy storyteller who I wish put out books at a faster pace. The novella is set in the same world as ?Master of Crows? and ?Wraith Kings?. Jahna is a spirited young ...

    Anthologies aren?t usual my thing but there is always an exception to the rule and here is where it applies. I have a lack of time at the moment so this is going to be quick. I have to date not had the opportunity to read anything by Grace Draven or Jeffe Kennedy so I can?t r...

    So, had I bothered looking into this more, I might have realized AMID THE WINTER SNOW contained novellas/short stories by authors that connected to beloved stories or series or previously created worlds that they are known for. Instead all I saw was Draven and I was immediately on the ...

    I came for the Elder Races and got sucked into all of them. The Darkest Midnight: Oh, man. Jahna and Radimar had the most wonderful slow burn romance. Part of this is because Jahna is young when they first meet and she needs to grow into herself, and part of it is because Radimar is...

    Amid the Winter Snow caught my attention quickly when I saw it was a fantasy anthology with winter holiday as the theme. All these worthy authors have been on my wish list to try their books for some time, and, what a rush, here their writings are all collected together in one book. I ...

    Loved reading the other stories!! All so delicious. You guys are gonna love it :D ...

    4/5; 4 stars; A- Each novella was a 3.5-4 star read. Each quite different and entertaining. Just what I would expect from this group of authors. I'm not normally too enthused about picking up anthologies but this one was worth the money and its available at Smashwords. ...

    That blood red cape on the white snow is such an eye-catching image... I feel like I need one of those capes now! Not to mention that this anthology is written by some of the hottest names in fantasy and paranormal romance - I was stoked to get an advanced copy. All of the stori...

    In the Darkest Midnight ? Grace Draven ? 3.5 Stars This tale covers several years as Radimar lives with Jahna?s family in order to tutor her brother in swordsmanship. The world/society building here is perfection but perhaps a bit too much for such a short story. Nevertheless, I...

    4.5 Stars This anthology contains four holiday stories from fantasy/paranormal authors: Grace Draven, Thea Harrison, Elizabeth Hunter, and Jeffe Kennedy. Anthologies are a good way to meet new authors as well as enjoy stories about known characters for those already familiar with the ...

    This anthology was a great mix of new worlds and familiar favorites for me. In the Darkest Midnight is set loosely in the world of Grace Draven?s Wraith Kings, though this story stands up completely on its own. It follows young Jahna, a nobleman?s daughter with a sizable birthma...

    Thea Harrison writes such great stories and I loved reading about Lily and Wulf in the The Chosen. I am a huge fan of her Moonshadow series and can't wait to start reading the Elder Races as I know I will not be disappointed. I was provided with a copy of this anthology by the author a...

    Only read THE SNOWS OF WINDROVEN by Jeffe Kennedy. The Snows of Windroven by Jeffe Kennedy An Uncharted Realms novella in Amid the Winter Snow Anthology The story takes place just before and/or at the beginning of The Shift of the Tide (book #3/6). It focuses on the love affai...

    I'm not generally a fan of anthologies, but when my favourite authors get together? Bring it. In The Darkest Midnight by Grace Draven - three and a half stars Set in the world of Eidolon and the Wraith Kings this is the charming story of Jahna Ulfrida, the daughter of a nobleman, b...

    Have I already read some of these? Also Check for which books should be read before these ...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart   I was trying to figure out how I would get Amid the Winter Snow for review. And then Thea Harrison sent it to me!  I am so, so thrilled! This group of authors is outstanding. I had read almost everything by Thea Harrison ...

    I expected a sweet, light winter novella?maybe some some cozying up around a fire and a sweet love story to soon blossom. I was wrong. So very wrong, and I'm so grateful!! I NEVER expected the depth that I got when I read The Storm. I'm still not convinced that it was a novella, ther...

    Originally published at Reading Reality Be sure to wrap up warmly before you start this one. And have a cozy blanket and a hot cup of tea or cocoa ? along with a cat or dog to keep your feet warm. All of these stories do an excellent of job of making the reader really feel Jack Fr...

    Overall book rating: 4.5 stars Amid the Winter Snow is a beautiful anthology of stories by well-known authors: Grace Draven, Thea Harrison, Elizabeth Hunter, and Jeffe Kennedy. Of the four I had only previously read titles by Grace Draven and Elizabeth Hunter. Although now I will ce...

  • RachelW (BamaGal)
    Nov 29, 2017

    IT'S HERE!!!!!! ?Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ?iBooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ?Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ?Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ?Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ?Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX There is a brand new chapter of the Irin Chronicl...

    A Grace Draven's romance? Set during a winter festivity?! Huh: yes, please? I'll have you know - in case you're unaware of the fact (the shame!) - that Grace Draven writes fantasy-romance like no other and, incidentally, she also writes stunningly beautiful scenes set during winter fes...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Mixed feelings. I had not been familiar with any works by the authors published in this anthology of short winter stories, so I thought maybe this would be a good introduction. Unfortunately, I foun...

    This anthology brings together four experienced and successful fantasy romance authors, who supplement their respective canons with stories centered around the winter solstice. Tonally, these novellas highly complement one another, but there are varying degrees of success in terms of p...

    NOTE: I typically do not copy the synopsis in a review because it looks like the reviewer is just trying to make it look longer but with 4 stories I thought I might help the reader not have to look back and forth for each story. I can almost promise you that you will find at least 1 or...

    4 stars overall In the Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven 4.5 stars Grace Draven delivered on a novella with the fullest sense of story, characterisation and completion. It had a seasonal feel in terms of some key moments in the story, though of course not traditional Christmas. Th...

    THE DARKEST MIDNIGHT by Grace Draven was one of my favourites in the anthology, full of Christmas spirit and magical possibilities. The reader follows progress of Jahna, a young girl with a very low self-esteem and sees her blossoming into a confident, vibrant young woman thanks to her...

    Thea, Grace and Jeffe in one anthology? ...

    Overall Rating of Amid the Winter Snow: 4 Stars Amid the Winter Snow features four novellas that where charming, delightful, and engaging to read. Thea Harrison is the only author in this anthology I?m familiar with, so the other three were new to me. I was drawn into the storie...

    Four stories by four pretty formidable authors and what a treat for their fans this book is. Plus if new to these authors then a fabulous way to sample their work. Ok the first story by Grace Draven shows a friends to something much more kind of story. A young impressionable girl who ...

    The Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven. 4.5 Stars. This is such a lovely story, as always. Draven is a wonderful fantasy storyteller who I wish put out books at a faster pace. The novella is set in the same world as ?Master of Crows? and ?Wraith Kings?. Jahna is a spirited young ...

  • Melindam
    Dec 08, 2017

    IT'S HERE!!!!!! ?Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ?iBooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ?Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ?Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ?Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ?Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX There is a brand new chapter of the Irin Chronicl...

    A Grace Draven's romance? Set during a winter festivity?! Huh: yes, please? I'll have you know - in case you're unaware of the fact (the shame!) - that Grace Draven writes fantasy-romance like no other and, incidentally, she also writes stunningly beautiful scenes set during winter fes...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Mixed feelings. I had not been familiar with any works by the authors published in this anthology of short winter stories, so I thought maybe this would be a good introduction. Unfortunately, I foun...

  • Shanna Matheo
    Oct 30, 2017

    IT'S HERE!!!!!! ?Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ?iBooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ?Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ?Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ?Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ?Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX There is a brand new chapter of the Irin Chronicl...

    A Grace Draven's romance? Set during a winter festivity?! Huh: yes, please? I'll have you know - in case you're unaware of the fact (the shame!) - that Grace Draven writes fantasy-romance like no other and, incidentally, she also writes stunningly beautiful scenes set during winter fes...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Mixed feelings. I had not been familiar with any works by the authors published in this anthology of short winter stories, so I thought maybe this would be a good introduction. Unfortunately, I foun...

    This anthology brings together four experienced and successful fantasy romance authors, who supplement their respective canons with stories centered around the winter solstice. Tonally, these novellas highly complement one another, but there are varying degrees of success in terms of p...

    NOTE: I typically do not copy the synopsis in a review because it looks like the reviewer is just trying to make it look longer but with 4 stories I thought I might help the reader not have to look back and forth for each story. I can almost promise you that you will find at least 1 or...

    4 stars overall In the Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven 4.5 stars Grace Draven delivered on a novella with the fullest sense of story, characterisation and completion. It had a seasonal feel in terms of some key moments in the story, though of course not traditional Christmas. Th...

    THE DARKEST MIDNIGHT by Grace Draven was one of my favourites in the anthology, full of Christmas spirit and magical possibilities. The reader follows progress of Jahna, a young girl with a very low self-esteem and sees her blossoming into a confident, vibrant young woman thanks to her...

    Thea, Grace and Jeffe in one anthology? ...

  • This Literary Life
    Dec 05, 2017

    IT'S HERE!!!!!! ?Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ?iBooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ?Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ?Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ?Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ?Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX There is a brand new chapter of the Irin Chronicl...

    A Grace Draven's romance? Set during a winter festivity?! Huh: yes, please? I'll have you know - in case you're unaware of the fact (the shame!) - that Grace Draven writes fantasy-romance like no other and, incidentally, she also writes stunningly beautiful scenes set during winter fes...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Mixed feelings. I had not been familiar with any works by the authors published in this anthology of short winter stories, so I thought maybe this would be a good introduction. Unfortunately, I foun...

    This anthology brings together four experienced and successful fantasy romance authors, who supplement their respective canons with stories centered around the winter solstice. Tonally, these novellas highly complement one another, but there are varying degrees of success in terms of p...

    NOTE: I typically do not copy the synopsis in a review because it looks like the reviewer is just trying to make it look longer but with 4 stories I thought I might help the reader not have to look back and forth for each story. I can almost promise you that you will find at least 1 or...

    4 stars overall In the Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven 4.5 stars Grace Draven delivered on a novella with the fullest sense of story, characterisation and completion. It had a seasonal feel in terms of some key moments in the story, though of course not traditional Christmas. Th...

    THE DARKEST MIDNIGHT by Grace Draven was one of my favourites in the anthology, full of Christmas spirit and magical possibilities. The reader follows progress of Jahna, a young girl with a very low self-esteem and sees her blossoming into a confident, vibrant young woman thanks to her...

    Thea, Grace and Jeffe in one anthology? ...

    Overall Rating of Amid the Winter Snow: 4 Stars Amid the Winter Snow features four novellas that where charming, delightful, and engaging to read. Thea Harrison is the only author in this anthology I?m familiar with, so the other three were new to me. I was drawn into the storie...

    Four stories by four pretty formidable authors and what a treat for their fans this book is. Plus if new to these authors then a fabulous way to sample their work. Ok the first story by Grace Draven shows a friends to something much more kind of story. A young impressionable girl who ...

    The Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven. 4.5 Stars. This is such a lovely story, as always. Draven is a wonderful fantasy storyteller who I wish put out books at a faster pace. The novella is set in the same world as ?Master of Crows? and ?Wraith Kings?. Jahna is a spirited young ...

    Anthologies aren?t usual my thing but there is always an exception to the rule and here is where it applies. I have a lack of time at the moment so this is going to be quick. I have to date not had the opportunity to read anything by Grace Draven or Jeffe Kennedy so I can?t r...

    So, had I bothered looking into this more, I might have realized AMID THE WINTER SNOW contained novellas/short stories by authors that connected to beloved stories or series or previously created worlds that they are known for. Instead all I saw was Draven and I was immediately on the ...

    I came for the Elder Races and got sucked into all of them. The Darkest Midnight: Oh, man. Jahna and Radimar had the most wonderful slow burn romance. Part of this is because Jahna is young when they first meet and she needs to grow into herself, and part of it is because Radimar is...

    Amid the Winter Snow caught my attention quickly when I saw it was a fantasy anthology with winter holiday as the theme. All these worthy authors have been on my wish list to try their books for some time, and, what a rush, here their writings are all collected together in one book. I ...

    Loved reading the other stories!! All so delicious. You guys are gonna love it :D ...

    4/5; 4 stars; A- Each novella was a 3.5-4 star read. Each quite different and entertaining. Just what I would expect from this group of authors. I'm not normally too enthused about picking up anthologies but this one was worth the money and its available at Smashwords. ...

    That blood red cape on the white snow is such an eye-catching image... I feel like I need one of those capes now! Not to mention that this anthology is written by some of the hottest names in fantasy and paranormal romance - I was stoked to get an advanced copy. All of the stori...

    In the Darkest Midnight ? Grace Draven ? 3.5 Stars This tale covers several years as Radimar lives with Jahna?s family in order to tutor her brother in swordsmanship. The world/society building here is perfection but perhaps a bit too much for such a short story. Nevertheless, I...

    4.5 Stars This anthology contains four holiday stories from fantasy/paranormal authors: Grace Draven, Thea Harrison, Elizabeth Hunter, and Jeffe Kennedy. Anthologies are a good way to meet new authors as well as enjoy stories about known characters for those already familiar with the ...

    This anthology was a great mix of new worlds and familiar favorites for me. In the Darkest Midnight is set loosely in the world of Grace Draven?s Wraith Kings, though this story stands up completely on its own. It follows young Jahna, a nobleman?s daughter with a sizable birthma...

    Thea Harrison writes such great stories and I loved reading about Lily and Wulf in the The Chosen. I am a huge fan of her Moonshadow series and can't wait to start reading the Elder Races as I know I will not be disappointed. I was provided with a copy of this anthology by the author a...

    Only read THE SNOWS OF WINDROVEN by Jeffe Kennedy. The Snows of Windroven by Jeffe Kennedy An Uncharted Realms novella in Amid the Winter Snow Anthology The story takes place just before and/or at the beginning of The Shift of the Tide (book #3/6). It focuses on the love affai...

    I'm not generally a fan of anthologies, but when my favourite authors get together? Bring it. In The Darkest Midnight by Grace Draven - three and a half stars Set in the world of Eidolon and the Wraith Kings this is the charming story of Jahna Ulfrida, the daughter of a nobleman, b...

    Have I already read some of these? Also Check for which books should be read before these ...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart   I was trying to figure out how I would get Amid the Winter Snow for review. And then Thea Harrison sent it to me!  I am so, so thrilled! This group of authors is outstanding. I had read almost everything by Thea Harrison ...

    I expected a sweet, light winter novella?maybe some some cozying up around a fire and a sweet love story to soon blossom. I was wrong. So very wrong, and I'm so grateful!! I NEVER expected the depth that I got when I read The Storm. I'm still not convinced that it was a novella, ther...

  • Elena
    Dec 13, 2017

    IT'S HERE!!!!!! ?Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ?iBooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ?Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ?Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ?Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ?Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX There is a brand new chapter of the Irin Chronicl...

    A Grace Draven's romance? Set during a winter festivity?! Huh: yes, please? I'll have you know - in case you're unaware of the fact (the shame!) - that Grace Draven writes fantasy-romance like no other and, incidentally, she also writes stunningly beautiful scenes set during winter fes...