Four special holiday offerings from today's favorite authors remind us that when love is on your list, you never have to stop believing. . .
"A Winter Wonderland" by Fern Michaels
Angelica Shepard left New York for Christmas in Colorado to relax and unwind--but an out-of-control snowboarder almost had her laid to rest. When she wakes up in the hospital, all she remembers is the handsome angel who saved her. . .
"The Joy of Christmas" by Holly Chamberlin
Not all happiness is good for you--or that's what Iris Karr thinks when she decides to move away instead of marrying her sweetheart Ben. Even years later, living with that decision isn't easy--until a familiar face comes to call her home for the holidays. . .
"The Christmas Thief" by Leslie Meier
Elizabeth Stone is ready for a white Christmas in Tinker's Cove, Maine--until a fancy Yule ball at the Florida hotel where she works dumps snow on her plans. The sponsor's jewels have gone missing and the police are asking about her ties to a cute mystery guest. Good thing Elizabeth's mother, Lucy Stone, flew down to surprise her. 'Tis the season for a little investigating. . .
"The Christmas Collector" by Kristina McMorris
Estate liquidator Jenna Matthews isn't one for Christmas nostalgia. But when one grandmother's keepsakes suggest a secret life, unwrapping the mystery leads Jenna--and her client's handsome grandson--to the true heart of the holiday spirit. . .
In the first of this romantic holiday quartet, headliner Michaels offers a story of two singles questioning their careers and choices as they find each other at a Colorado ski resort. Holly Chamberlain follows with a tear-inducing tale of guilt, loss, and love as jewelry designer Iris tries to move on with her life in Portland, ME, after her mother succumbs to cancer. Leslie Meier gives her Lucy Stone series fans a treat with a mystery starring Lucy's daughter, Elizabeth. Saving the best story for last, the collection ends with Kristina McMorris's romance featuring an estate sale worker and a reformed daredevil. VERDICT Readers looking for a little more realism than usual in their holiday stories may appreciate this collection as the characters all have to earn their happy endings. (c) Copyright 2012. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.
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October 29, 2012
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