Amid the Winter Snow by Grace Draven

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 DravenThe 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 promises to teach her to save herself…THE CHOSEN, by Thea HarrisonIn her vis...


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TitleAmid the Winter Snow
Author
Release DateDec 12th, 2017
PublisherBrightlynx Publishing
LanguageEnglish
GenreFantasy, Anthologies, Paranormal, Romance
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Reviews Amid the Winter Snow

  • RachelW (BamaGal)
    1970-01-01
    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 woman with a facial disfigurement, and Lord Radimar her brother’s new sword master. An engaging, well told short story which takes place over period of years as Jah...
  • Kelly
    1970-01-01
    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 trying to convince himself his lifestyle isn't the type that takes a wife. Yet, he still has decidedly non-brotherly thoughts about Jahna even when he's trying to thin...
  • Dmcl
    1970-01-01
    I love to read Thea Harrison. She is the one of the most talented authors I know. She creates worlds where I want to live and characters who I want to know. Her contribution to Amid the Winter Snow is the story called The Chosen, set in the world of the Elder Races. Magic abounds in this realm and countries are at war. The priestesses of Camaeline Abbey find themselves in a standoff against the Wolf of Braugne, a powerful leader determined to tak...
  • Kim Shumaker
    1970-01-01
    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 and will update my review as I read the other other stories.
  • Michelle
    1970-01-01
    These short stories/novellas from 4 terrific authors was a fantastic read. Each author has written a great story that read individually can stand up to challenge but combined into this anthology it surpasses itself. Each book has a great storyline was great and the characters were engaging and interesting. A big thank you to the authors.
  • Raluca E
    1970-01-01
    #ARC #netgalley #winterromaceI have received an ARC of this wonderful compilation of stories via netgalley in exchange for an honest review.In the Darkest Midnight - Grace DravenIt’s been a while since I read a book by Grace Draven (I don’t know why and this is something I must rectify immediately) and had almost forgotten what a way with words she has. Her stories flow so nicely and they’re an absolute pleasure to experience. Just a few ex...
  • E.
    1970-01-01
    Thus far, I have only managed to read 2 of the 4 stories...I will post the rest when I finish the book.4.5 stars“The Chosen” by Thea Harrison is a fantasy novella featuring the Chosen of Camael, goddess of the Hearth, and the Wolf of Braugne, as they jockey with each other in a delicate dance that will affect the balance of power in the land of Ys. The Chosen has had multiple visions that show her choice between the two men vying for control ...
  • Books In Brogan
    1970-01-01
     I loved the anthology, the stories by Thea Harrison, Grace Draven, Elizabeth Hunter are standalone but the one by Jeffe Kennedy is set in her Twelve Kingdoms world.   All the stories are full of exciting adventures with unforgettable characters.  This review was originally posted on Books In Brogan
  • Mskychick
    1970-01-01
    In the Darkest Midnight by Grave Draven: 5 starsThe Chosen by Thea Harrison: 6+ starsThe Storm by Elizabeth Hunter: 3 starsThe Snows of Windroven by Jeffe Kennedy: 4-1/2 starsI cannot say enough great things about this anthology!!
  • Carol Heisz
    1970-01-01
    I read The Chosen by Thea Harrison and loved it. I was captivated by Wolf and Lily’s story! I can’t wait to read more!!!
  • The Word Nerd Reviews
    1970-01-01
    Overall book rating: 4.5 starsAmid 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 certainly be checking out Thea Harrison’s other titles.The Darkest Midnight – Grace DravenFor fans of Grace Draven this novella is everything that you would expect, m...
  • Kindling Micky
    1970-01-01
    4 stars overall In the Darkest Midnight - Grace Draven 4.5 starsGrace 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. This is a story told over more than a decade that is set in a world tenuously connected to Bast Haradis with a cameo from a character from Radiance and Eidolon. Jahna was a w...
  • Make Kay
    1970-01-01
    AMID THE WINTER SNOW is an anthology that showcases some of my very favorite fantasy/paranormal romance authors. The theme underpinning the anthology is that of romance blooming during the stark beauty of a snowy winter season. Coming during the last month of the year, this book quite easily makes my personal Top 10 Books of the 2017 Year list. Y'all, get this book and dive in to these breathtaking stories containing lush descriptions, sumptuous ...
  • Janet
    1970-01-01
    4.25 starsTHE DARKEST MIDNIGHT, by Grace DravenThe 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 promises to teach her to save herselfTHE CHOSEN, by Thea HarrisonIn her visions, Lily sees two men fighting for her tiny country’s allegiance: the wolf and the tiger, each deadly, each cunning. One will...