The scent of evergreen lingers and romance is in the air this joyous holiday season. Three beloved authors bring you heartwarming classic tales that are the perfect way to celebrate this special time of year.
by Rochelle Alers
Tragedy forced Rhianna Campbell to run away from the small town of Shepherd. Years later, she returns to find her former fiancé's brother resents her for leaving after his brother died in a Christmas Eve accident. Can Emery Sutherland find a way to forgive Rhianna? And will they both find peace and maybe something more this holiday season together?
Wishing on a Starr
by Adrianne Byrd
Years ago, Gia Hunter's husband was killed in combat, so she was forced to give up their infant daughter, Starr. In a twist of fate, Starr's adoptive father, Daniel Davis, and Gia have a chance encounter while Christmas shopping. Their attraction is immediate, but complications arise because Starr has been searching for her biological mother. Will there be a future together waiting under the tree for this would-be family?
A Christmas Serenade
by Janice Sims
Callie Hart is having a hard time being grateful this Thanksgiving. She just lost her job in Atlanta, and while traveling home to her family in Charleston, she gets a flat tire. Out of nowhere, a tall, handsome stranger appears to help her. After thanking him, Callie doesn't expect to see him ever again. But Callie's mother has a plan to keep her daughter close to homeand that plan includes the gorgeous stranger that Callie cannot forget .
|Series:||Harlequin Kimani Arabesque Series|
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About the Author
Hailed by readers and booksellers alike as one of today's most popular African-American authors of women's fiction, Ms. Alers is a regular on bestsellers list, and has been a recipient of numerous awards, including the Vivian Stephens Award for Excellence in Romance Writing and a Zora Neale Hurston Literary Award. Visit her Web site www.rochellealers.com
National bestselling author Adrianne Byrd has been featured in many publications, including Today’s Black Woman, Upscale, and Heart and Soul. She has also won local awards for screenwriting. For the future, she looks forward to continuing to create characters that make people smile, laugh, and fall in love. She currently calls Georgia home.
With the publication of Temptation's Song in July 2010, Janice Sims celebrates fourteen years as a romance writer. In fourteen years she's published seventeen novels and had nine stories included in anthologies. When asked why she writes romances, she smiles and says it's the only genre in which happily ever after is a foregone conclusion. Plus, where else are you going to find a perfect male?
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I enjoyed each of the 3 stories. Authors did a wonderful job
Holiday Wishes is made up of three captivating stories. Three of my favorite authors each brought stories that leaves you wanting more. This was a refreshing holiday read that leaves you dreaming...
Holiday Wishes: A Christmas Serenade is a titillating tale of acceptance, understanding and love that centers around John Cain and Callie Hart. Callie has lost her job as an Editor at a magazine in Atlanta and had not found another before traveling home to Charleston for Thanksgiving. She gets flat tire while en route and a tall, handsome stranger appears to help her and once up close, she realize he is not a stranger after all. John Cain returns home, looking to develop roots that he has never put down. He meets with a determined friend of his deceased mother and over dinner one night, she lends him a tape. After watching this tape numerous times, he sets out one evening to return it when he comes upon a woman on the road changing a flat tire and stops to help her. Is this divine destiny or not? Janice Sims crafted a short story that is fulfilling and inspiring. A Christmas Serenade brings together two people with like interest that could be what brings them together or keeps them apart.
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