Upon a Midnight Clear [NOOK Book]

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Exciting. Moving. Another page-turner by the author of Aspen and Night Whispers

Bless the beasts and children…especially at Christmas!

After nearly a hundred years, there are wolves in Colorado again. And Brigitte Hartman, a field biologist working with the Fish and wildlife Service, is one of the people responsible. The reintroduction of a wolf pack to the Flat Tops Wilderness area is her job—but it's also ...

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Upon a Midnight Clear

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Overview


Exciting. Moving. Another page-turner by the author of Aspen and Night Whispers

Bless the beasts and children…especially at Christmas!

After nearly a hundred years, there are wolves in Colorado again. And Brigitte Hartman, a field biologist working with the Fish and wildlife Service, is one of the people responsible. The reintroduction of a wolf pack to the Flat Tops Wilderness area is her job—but it's also her passion.

Local ranchers, like Steve Slater, are passionate about the project, too…though not in quite the same way. They're against it. They believe the wolves are a threat to their cattle, their livelihood.

Considering how he feels about the wolves, Steve finds that his life is complicated—to say the least—by his attraction to Brigitte. Falling for Steve complicates her life, too. Particularly when she grows close to his young daughters and begins dreaming of a family Christmas. This family. This Christmas. And a husband called Steve…

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459270794
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 7/15/2011
  • Series: Xmas Flash Series , #768
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • File size: 455 KB

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    Posted December 24, 2012

    The pond

    The path leads to a large pond, its still, clear waters making it perfect for taking a dive. The banks are sunny and warm, leading to many animals drying off there. The trees around the pond also have baskets of decorations under them, so willing animals can make this place pretty. In the pond, there are trout, salmon, and other fish, great for those who enjoy the taste. For those who don't, they can take it to the freshkill pile by
    by following the small stream. To go to the fresh-kill pile, go to the third result.

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