Book Reviews of Christmas Treasures

Christmas Treasures
ISBN-13: 9781557488831
ISBN-10: 1557488835
Publication Date: 9/1/1996
Pages: 348
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.

3.5 stars, based on 11 ratings
Publisher: Barbour Pub Inc
Book Type: Paperback
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Four new Christmas love stories from christmas past and present
An Ozark Christmas Angel by Veda Boyd Jones
Chrismas Dream by Tracie Peterson
Winterlude by Colleen L Reece
Dakota Destiny by Lauraine Snelling
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Good reading.
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A nice Christmas read with 4 great stories. I really enjoyed the christian theme throughout!
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When country singer Anita Jane Wells fakes an illness to bring her friend to Branson, MO for Christmas, she has the best of intentions. Posing as Anita's "doctor", handsome Will Hamilton arrives at the airport to greet Lyndsay and together they determine to give Anita Jane some of her own medicine.

CHRISTMAS DREAM by Tracie Peterson
Newlyweds Mark and Rita Williams are looking forward to their first Christmas together when an Alaskan blizzard grounds them in the Juneau airport. Unable to reach their home outside Tok, the couple's holiday dream appears shattered. But dreams come wrapped in different packages, as Mark and Rita soon discover, and the joys of the season may be just a smile and hug away.

WINTERLUDE by Colleen L. Reece
A single out-of-place snowflake in San Diego lures Ariel Dixon home to Ketchikan, Alaska, despite her wealthy fiance's protests. When she encounters slim, handsome Jean Thoreau, a childhood friend presumed dead, a swift rush of events changes the course of Ariel's life. Drawn back to the home she loves, Ariel finds peace in the arms of the man who would not break a promise made long ago.

DAKOTA DESTINY by Lauraine Snelling
Since childhood they have been together and now the war to end all wars-World War I -has cruelly torn them apart. But when Mary Moen receives the letter informing her that Will Dunfry is missing in action, presumed dead, she presumes nothing of the sort. Two years pass without Will and now another man's proposal awaits Mary's decision. Is Will still alive? This Christmas, Mary wants only to dream of his return.