They bring joy, wonder--and all the happiness of the season. Let these delightful stories of love and miracles light up your holidays with cheer. . .
"Snow Angels," by Fern Michaels
The only way irresistibly handsome Olympic skier Max Jorgenson wants to spend Christmas is. . .alone. But when social worker Grace Landry stumbles into his log cabin during a snowstorm, an unexpected magic rekindles his heart, his hopes, and the sweetest of Christmas dreams. . .
"The Presents of Angels" by Marie Bostwick
Ex-Rockette Kendra Loomis doesn't regret giving up New York's bright lights to be a Vermont minister's wife. But their small town's Christmas countdown is becoming a major stress-fest--and the only way she can save the day is to prove that giving is the most precious gift of all. . .
"Decorations" by Janna McMahan
All Michelle Duncan wanted for Christmas was a new life. And by helping her ailing mother she found one--as manager of a charming holiday craft store. She never expected that the fringe benefits would be muscular sculptor Baxter Brow--and one last chance to make all her wishes come true. . .
"Miracle on Main Street" by Rosalind Noonan
New York City policeman Joe Cody and his wife Sheila can't afford much of a holiday for their two kids. He's sure not expecting much yuletide joy while working on Christmas Day--until a desperate wish and several unexplainable events open his eyes to a wonderland of blessings and love. . .
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A review from Coffee Time Romance
(Saturday, October 31, 2009)
This holiday anthology is a test of faith for each of the characters involved. Whether directly religious based or not, they all come to find the strength it takes to make miracles happen. I enjoyed each character for their strength and humility. I especially like Michelle in Decorations, because she takes on the responsibility of caring for her ailing mother when so many others would take the easy route. Reading this in the holiday season may just be the boost you need to make it through all of the commercialism and chaos that seems to have taken over the holiday spirit.
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