Valentine's Day 1946: Sequel to the Christmastime Series

Valentine's Day 1946: Sequel to the Christmastime Series

by Linda Mahkovec
Valentine's Day 1946: Sequel to the Christmastime Series

Valentine's Day 1946: Sequel to the Christmastime Series

by Linda Mahkovec

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Overview

The love continues in this sequel to the beloved Christmastime series.

In New York City, the playful antics of Gabriel and his friend Billy bring together an assortment of people to celebrate Valentine's Day at The Red String Curio Store-with unintentional results.

In rural Illinois, Jessica attempts her hand at matchmaking, against the advice of her family to leave well enough alone.

In both places, love, friendship, and family come together in a heartwarming celebration of 1946 Valentine's Day.

With the war over and everyone wanting to get on with their lives, will this Valentine's Day be full of love?


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781647046729
Publisher: Bublish, Inc.
Publication date: 01/20/2023
Series: Christmastime , #8
Pages: 178
Sales rank: 638,737
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.41(d)

About the Author

Linda Mahkovec is the author of fiction that celebrates the seasons, love, family, and home. Her main character is often a female with an artistic sensibility - a painter, a gardener, or simply someone who lives creatively and seeks out a life of beauty and meaning. Another thread in Mahkovec's work, no doubt rooted in her Midwestern sensibility, is the celebration of the seasons: the thrill of the first flowers of spring, barefoot summer nights, the nostalgic beauty of fall, and delight in the first snowfall. Mahkovec was born and raised in a small town in Illinois. She then spent several years in the San Francisco Bay area and Seattle, and for the past thirty years has lived in New York City. She has a PhD in English, specializing in Victorian literature.
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