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Christmas Threads
ISBN-13: 9781577488118
ISBN-10: 1577488113
Publication Date: 9/1/2000
Pages: 349
Rating:
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3.8 stars, based on 13 ratings
Publisher: Barbour Pub Inc
Book Type: Paperback
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"Four Romantic Novellas about cherished family traditions."
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Four romantic novellas about cherished family traditions.
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Four romantic novellas about cherished family traditions.

Everlasting Light (Andrea Boeshaar):
Hope is dim in the aftermath of the Civil War. Alaina McKenna's Carolina home and family have been torn apart, and her husband, Braeden, is presumed dead. Another Christmas without him seems unbearable, and her heart has shriveled under the weight of her bitterness. But her husband's best friend is offering her a new start, and Alaina is sure she would be loved. Can she face the possibility that Braenden may never return to her...or is there still an ember of hope?

Yuletide Treasure (Gail Gaymer Martin):
Olivia Schuler has waited for her life to begin with marriage, and now, still single, she considers herself a spinster. She soon realizes her freedom is a blessing when she can help her brother and his sick wife by taking their son to Grand Rapids over the Christmas holiday. But her trip means leaving behind a potential suitor. Will Livy trust love to God's place and time?

Angels in the Snow (Colleen L. Reece):
Life dramatically changed for Lass Talbot when her mother died. Christmas became a dreaded time of frozen memories, and her father wrapped himself in a blanket of bitterness and booze. The only man Lass ever loved was driven from town seven years ago. What will it take to bring joy back to Lass's bleak existence among the Teton Mountains?

Christmas Cake (Janet Spaeth):
Elizabeth Evens wants her first Christmas with her husband to be perfect. She is used to a prairie Christmas, but her husband is from the East where traditions are established in wealth and finery. All Elizabeth has is a little egg money, so she sets out to recreate an Evans's family recipe. Do her Christmas dreams rely only on the outcome of a baking experiment?