English Carols and Scottish Bagpipes: Two Victorian Romances Ignite New Holiday Traditions

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Barbour Pub Incorporated, Sep 1, 2006 - Fiction - 222 pages
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I Saw Three Ships by PAMELA GRIFFIN Rachel is upset after her childhood love returns to manage the family shipbuilding business in Scotland. Malcolm has changed; he's so secretive. And why did he leave abruptly, years ago, without saying good-bye? Malcolm hoped by bringing Rachel to Farthay House as a companion to his mother they could renew their relationship and he could admit the truth. Will chaos follow his confession, or will love sail into two stubborn hearts this Christmastide? A Right, Proper Christmas by JILL STENGL Charlotte Colburn's rector father takes a half-frozen vagrant into their home for Christmas. While regaining his strength, Dan Jackson falls in love with Charlotte, but God has called him to preach Christ's salvation to the poor. He cannot offer marriage to a lady! Can Dan reconcile God's calling with his own pride? And will Charlotte ever see beyond Dan's rough exterior and learn to value his godly character?

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User Review  - WillowOne - LibraryThing

This book has two short stories in it. The first "I Saw Three Ships" is set in Scotland. It is about a young woman who thought the love of her life left her due to status with no good bye or ... Read full review

Review: English Carols and Scottish Bagpipes: A Right Proper Christmas/I Saw Three Ships (Heartsong Christmas 2-in-1)

User Review  - Sheree - Goodreads

This book has two Victorian romances - the first one was really good but the second one was just okay. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
17
Section 3
30
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About the author (2006)

Pamela Griffin juggles her time between writing, home schooling her two sons, and engaging in all the activities that make a house a home in Texas. Pamela's main goal in writing Christian romance is to help and encourage those who do know the Lord and to plant a seed of hope in those who don't.

Jill Stengl lives in Wisconsin with her husband and children with whom she has shared her love of writing.

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