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Comfort and Joy (Harlequin American Romance, No 225)
Comfort and Joy - Harlequin American Romance, No 225
Author: Judith Arnold
ISBN-13: 9780373162253
ISBN-10: 0373162251
Publication Date: 11/1/1987
Pages: 253
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Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Christmas comes but once a year

For Jesse Lawsom, even that was too often. A legal-aid lawyer who fought a never ending battle against poverty & injustice, he thought Christmas was a time-wasting, energy-sapping distraction from the realities of life.

To Robin Greer & her energetic 7 year old son. Christmas was life. As they decorated their Connecticut home to the hilt & hung a zillion ornaments on their tree, Christmas became a promiise of all the good things that might happen in the world--wonderful things that could touch Jesse's life if he'd only let them. Christmas was laughter, and love, and sometimes...miracles.
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Gabriel Brant has lost his home, his business and all of his hope in the devastating aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. After two years of feeling like a refugee in temporary homes while trying to take care of his twin boys, he decides to come home-- to a place he swore he's never set foot in again, to a father who seems bitter and cold-- except when it comes to his grandsons, to a woman he knew once as a little girl but who has grown up into some kind of do-gooder. Gabriel hates do-gooders after all the charity he's had to live with, even a beautiful do-gooder like Olivia who seems to have an affinity for his sons. Anyhow, Olivia is a stay-put small town do-gooder and Gabriel is a big city stand-on-his-own-feet kind of guy... Can true love conquor? Of course it can!