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Silver Bells

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 7, 2014

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  • Posted November 21, 2008

    ┬┐4 Tales of Christmas Romance┬┐

    Written by: Fern Michaels, JoAnn Ross, Mary Burton, and Judy Duarte<BR/>Published by: Kensington Publishing<BR/>Reviewed by: Stephanie Rollins for ReviewYourBook.com 11/2008<BR/>ISBN: 978-1-4201-0363-2<BR/>¿4 Tales of Christmas Romance¿ 4 stars<BR/>Each of these four tales of Christmas romance has a bit of danger and spice. Silver Bells is actually a bit trite; however, Dear Santa was heart-warming and refreshing. Christmas Past brought back a few of Mary Burton¿s characters that I so enjoyed in Dead Ringer and I¿m Watching You. A Mulberry Park Christmas was a cute. <BR/>These are not your typical holiday stories. Guns, single parenthood, police and marine hotties, and lust fill the pages. What a better way to prepare for Christmas? This is a book to read and recommend to your friends. It is the holiday season, so why not buy them their own copy?

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  • Posted October 15, 2008

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    four heartwarming holiday romances

    ¿Silver Bells¿ by Fern Michaels. Although a star, Hollywood has not been fun for Amy Lee, who wants to leave the glitter behind her and just go home. This Christmas she returns to Apple Valley, Pennsylvania where her high-school boyfriend Hank Anders greets her in a way that makes her want to stay forever in his arms.<BR/><BR/>¿Dear Santa¿¿ by JoAnn Ross. Mystery writer author Holly Berry has another reason to hate the holidays; a blizzard has left her stranded in Santa¿s Village, Washington at the lodge owned by Gabriel O¿Halloran. He and his young matchmaking daughter give her a Christmas that makes her wish for more of their loving magic. <BR/><BR/>¿Christmas Past¿ by Mary Burton. The letter she receives provides hints to the identity of a killer. Having had a violent abusive husband, photographer Nicole Piper knows she cannot pursue this alone so she turns to homicide detective David Ayden for help. The widow and the widower face danger to their lives and to their hearts as both find a second chance at love if they survive their sleuthing ordeal.<BR/><BR/> ¿A Mulberry Park Christmas¿ by Judy Duarte. Sugar Plum Lane residents know how to enliven the community for the Christmas season. However, this year Alyssa Ridgeway still reels from an ugly breakup and is not in the holiday mood until she runs into her first sweetheart, James MacGregor, who reminds her of the Christmas kiss past, present and future.<BR/> <BR/>These four heartwarming holiday romances each contain strong lead characters, a sense of the season, and entertaining story lines.<BR/><BR/>Harriet Klausner

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