Once Upon A Christmas: Just Like The Ones We Used To Know\The Night Before Christmas\All The Christmases To Come

Once Upon A Christmas: Just Like The Ones We Used To Know\The Night Before Christmas\All The Christmases To Come

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Once Upon A Christmas: Just Like The Ones We Used To Know\The Night Before Christmas\All The Christmases To Come 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
She came out of the shadows. "You never did much to me. This is for being turning good." She slashed her stomache open. She glared at river and stepped back.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sorry doesnt cut it, Silver. But, quite frankly, ive been wanting to die for a long time. I guess this is my excuse never to show up again.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
She threw her cloak off and there standing before River was Silvermoonstar. She tackled River and held her claw up against her throat. "Im sorry.." her eyes teared up but she slit her bestfriends throat and held her down waiting for her other friend to finish her off.
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¿Just Like the Ones We Used To Know¿ by Brenda Novak. Angela Forrester wants to give her beloved foster child Kayla the gift she desires for Christmas in a school assignment Kayla wants to meet her biological father, Matthew Jackson in Virginia City, who is unaware that he sired a daughter.--------------------- ¿The Night before Christmas¿ by Melinda Curtis. Instead of his usual limo driver who is off for the Christmas holiday with his family, Emma Roberts drives Simon Castle to a key business meeting involving union reps who think he is a rat. She teaches him more than just the meaning of the holiday season as he learns to humanize his heart.--------------- ¿All the Christmases to Come¿ by Anna Adams. Single father Andrew Durham and Rachel Ford love one another, but disagree over having children. He wants none and she wants some. They break up since they have no room for compromise until he learns his Rachel is carrying his second child. Now he must persuade her he wants her, his offspring, and his unborn to form a happy family with him.------------------ These are three lighthearted warm second chance at love Yuletide tales.-------------------- Harriet Klausner