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Silver Bells: A Holiday Tale

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 23, 2004

    Delightful holiday tale

    I really enjoyed this book. I could just see the lights twinkling in Chelsea! A sweet holiday romance. I would have enjoyed a bit more information at the end about Danny's future. Without giving it away, it really was a worthwhile holiday read :)

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    delightful holiday romance

    One year ago, Nova Scotia¿s Christmas farmer widower Christopher Byrne took his two children with him to sell trees in the Chelsea section of Manhattan. Chris and his sixteen years old son got into a fight over the teen¿s future and soon the police arrive to take the older Byrne away. Danny vanished and has not been seen since and Chris regrets his actions ever since.--- Widow Catherine Tierney works at the private library of the Reinbeck Corporation. She has seen Chris sell his trees for years and saw last year¿s fight. She and her pal Lizzie have tried to help Danny who they call Harry for Houdini. A vanished teen and his distraught younger sister play matchmaker as the big city woman and the rural farmer fall in love, but it will take a miracle for this foursome to find peace on earth.--- SILVER BELLS is a delightful holiday romance starring an ensemble of characters who will make readers believe in the miracle of Chelsea. The story line contains the serious elements of a runaway teen and the homeless yet manages to uplift the audience with its caring cast. Readers will quote Al Michaels ¿do you believe in miracles?¿ with an astounding yes when it comes to Luanne Rice.--- Harriet Klausner

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