Christmas titles – Part 2

Dear Readers,

Here is the second part of the Christmas title list.

Happy Reading,

Christmas at Rose Hill Farm – Suzanne Woods Fisher – Bess’ friend Billy is back in Stony Ridge, but he has changed.  Bess isn’t sure what has made him change so, but she knows that he can be drawn out by a rose.

Forever Christmas – Robert Tate Miller – Andrew is having an affair, not the kind you are thinking of, but one with his job.  His real marriage is suffering and he doesn’t care.  That is until an accident of Christmas Eve makes him slow down and look at life differently.

Snowfall – Shelley Shepard Gray – A Day of Redemption Christmas Novella – Ruth looses her job because of budget cuts.  When she takes the job of helping widower Martin Rhodes with his 6 children it is suppose to only last until Christmas.  That is until they all find themselves become attached.

Where Treetops Glisten – Tricia Goyer/Cara Putman/Sarah Sundin – Three stories set during WWII.  White Christmas – Abigail lost a beau to the war and is not ready for romance – a certain young man needs her help. I’ll be home for Christmas – Pete returns home to recover from more than physical injuries.  Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas – Meredith is a 1/2 a world away and confronts her deepest betrayal.

The Snow Globe – Laura V. Hilton – The Amish of Jamesport – Esther loves her job taking care of an elderly couple.  She dreads the return of the grandson.  Viktor was in her class in school as he did not make a great impression.  She is hoping he leaves soon after arriving or does she?

Evergreen – Susan May Warren – a Christian Winter Novella – Ingrid and her husband, John, are empty nesters.  That means two very different things to them each.  He is ready to travel and starts with a surprise trip to Paris! over the Holidays!?! 

Quilted by Christmas – Jodie Bailey – Quilts of Love series – After a horrible break up with her high school sweet heart, Taryn vows to never love again.  Years later when Justin comes back to town, her emotions seem to be getting the better of her.

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