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by Debra Cowan, Judith Minthorn Stacy, Lauri Robinson

Genre: Historical Romance, Anthology
Sensuality: MILD
Setting: 1800s, American West

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Three lovely, sweet and touching holiday stories give readers a quick little pick-me-up for when the hectic holidays hit. This trio of western writers showcases their talent for crafting stories that capture the grit and atmosphere of the old West and the tenderness of the season.

After traveling from the East, Stacy’s Marlee Carrington is “Waiting for Christmas.” When she comes up against Carson Tate, Marlee shows a hardened businessman that love is what makes the season bright.

In Robinson’s “His Christmas Wish,” Cora and Morgan Palmer’s marriage of convenience needs only the nudge of the holidays to unwrap the love and passion beneath the paper promises.
Cowan’s “Once Upon a Frontier Christmas” shines with the holiday spirit as a child teaches rancher Smith Jennings and schoolteacher Caroline Curtis that there is always a second chance for love. (HARLEQUIN, Oct., 288 pp., $6.25)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: HARLEQUIN

Published: October 2012

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