Friday, December 20, 2019


Looking for something special to give for  Christmas? .

One Golden Ring by C.J. Chase
1855 Devonshire, England
Wounded soldier Tristram Nowell returns home to indulge his mother’s
 wish for a family Christmas—and encounters Marianna Granville. 
Can he forgive the former heiress who jilted him years before?

Star of Wonder by Susanne Dietze
1875 County Durham, England
This Yuletide, Bennet Hett, Lord Harwood, offers Lady Celeste Sidwell 
matrimony and the Star of Wonder diamond necklace, as their fathers arranged. 
When the diamond disappears, will they find a greater treasure?

The Holly and the Ivy by Rita Gerlach
1900 near Washington, DC
A glass ornament. Love letters tied in red Christmas ribbon.
 Lily Morningstar and British antiquities expert Andrew Stapleton
 are drawn into a family secret that binds their hearts together.

Love Brick by Brick by Kathleen L. Maher
1857 Elmira, New York
SarahAnn Winnifred overcomes orphanhood apprenticing
 with pioneering doctors. Rufus Sedgwick, relocating
 his English estate, seeks help for his ailing Mum. Christmas reveals the 
secret wish of both hearts—for love.

A Christmas Vow by Gabrielle Meyer
 Cambrigeshire, England
Lady Ashleigh Arrington is hosting a houseful of guests for 
Christmas when railroad executive Christopher Campbell
 unexpectedly arrives from America with a mysterious agreement
 signed by their fathers before their birth.

The Sugarplum Ladies by Carrie Fancett Pagels
1867 Windsor, Ontario, Canada, and Detroit, Michigan
When Canadian barrister Percy Gladstone finds his aristocratic 
British family unexpectedly descending upon him for Christmas, 
he turns to American social reformer Eugenie Mott and her 
fledgling catering crew for help.

Paper Snowflake Christmas by Vanessa Riley
1837 Framlingham, England
How can widow Ophelia Hanover give her son a perfect
 Christmas when his guardian, the Earl of Litton, arrives
 early to take permanent custody of the boy?

Father Christmas by Lorna Seilstad
1880 Blackpool, England
Widowed harpist Beatrix Kent believes love can only come
 once in a lifetime, but this Christmas, carpenter Hugh Sherman
 hopes to pull on the musician’s heartstrings and prove her wrong.

The Perfect Christmas by Erica Vetsch
1887 London, England
Melisande Verity might be in over her head trying to 
create the perfect Christmas window display, but if she succeeds,
 will she finally attract the attention of her boss, Gray Garamond?

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