Mistletoe Memories: Four Generations Transform a House Into a Home for Christmas [NOOK Book]

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Christmas is the time to make a house a home. . .

In 1868, Stephan Yost is the resident carpenter of Schooley’s Mountain, New Jersey’s fashionable resort. When he finds himself enamored by spirited Annaliese Braun, he vows to build her a home by Christmas.

Heartbroken Civil War widow Mary Ann Plum thanks the Lord every day that she never had children, especially as Christmas draws near. Then the charming and ...

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Mistletoe Memories: Four Generations Transform a House Into a Home for Christmas

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Overview


Christmas is the time to make a house a home. . .

In 1868, Stephan Yost is the resident carpenter of Schooley’s Mountain, New Jersey’s fashionable resort. When he finds himself enamored by spirited Annaliese Braun, he vows to build her a home by Christmas.

Heartbroken Civil War widow Mary Ann Plum thanks the Lord every day that she never had children, especially as Christmas draws near. Then the charming and joyful Reverend Ezekiel Heath begs her to give an orphaned girl a place to stay.

Olympia Paris never had a family outside the orphanage she grew up in and now runs. On the brink of another lean Christmas in 1910, Theodore Carstairs arrives with plans to revitalize the town by rebuilding the resort. Too bad he’ll have to tear down the orphanage to do it.

When funding dries up a month before Christmas, Joy Benucci declares she’ll do everything in her power to keep a transitional home for foster kids running. Even if she has to turn to modern-day Scrooge Evan Lancaster to do it.

Will Christmas be the season of miracles in their lives?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781624164750
  • Publisher: Barbour Publishing, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 9/1/2013
  • Series: Romancing America
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 352
  • Sales rank: 875,538
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author


Carla Gade has been imagining stories for most of her life. Her love for writing and eras gone by turned her attention to writing historical Christian romance. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and Maine Fellowship of Christian Writers. An autodidact, creative thinker, and avid reader, Carla also enjoys genealogy, web design, and photography. A native New Englander, she writes from her home in beautiful rural Maine where she resides with her “hero” husband and two young adult sons. You may visit her online at carlagade.com.

Lisa Karon Richardson is an award-winning author and a member of American Christian Fiction Writers. Influenced by books like The Little Princess, Lisa’s early books were heavy on creepy boarding schools. Though she’s mostly all grown-up now, she still loves a healthy dash of adventure in any story she creates, even her real-life story. She’s been a missionary to the Seychelles and Gabon and now that she and her husband are back in America, they are tackling new adventures—starting a daughter-work church and raising two precocious kids.

RWA-FHL Chapter President Gina Welborn worked in news radio scripting copy until she took up writing romances. Mercy Mild is her third Barbour novella. A moderately obsessive fan of Community and Once Upon a Time, Gina lives in Oklahoma with her pastor husband, their five Okie-Hokie children, a rabbit named Hobbit, and two Lab mixes that don’t retrieve much of anything.

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