A Nostalgic Noel

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Kay Cornelius, Rebecca Germany
Barbour Pub., 1998 - Fiction - 346 pages
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Another installment in Barbour's popular four-in-one novella collections, this volume includes four all-new Christmas love stories from years gone by: 'Bittersweet,' by Rebecca Germany; 'A Christmas Gift of Love,' by Darlene Mindrup; 'Honor of the Big Snows,' by Colleen Reece; and 'Cane Creek Christmas,' by Kay Cornelius. Warm your heart by the fire of God's love this holiday season.

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Four sweet short stories that take place near Christmas. Good quick reads. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
9
Section 2
20
Section 3
32
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About the author (1998)

KAY CORNELIUS lives in Alabama with her husband, a retired aerospace contracts specialist, and is blessed to have their two grown children and four grandchildren all living nearby. Kay first felt called to teach, a career that spanned 25 years, and then to write. Always active in her local church, she has taught Sunday school classes and has been a member of various committees. Kay hopes her books speak her belief that the love between a man and a woman is meant to be one of His greatest gifts.

REBECCA GERMANY works full-time as a fiction editor and has written and compiled several novellas and gift books. She lives in Ohio, where she enjoys country life.

COLLEEN L. REECE was born and raised in a small western Washington logging town. She learned to read by kerosene lamplight and dreamed of someday writing a book. God has multiplied Colleen's "someday" book into more than 140 titles that have sold six million copies. Colleen was twice voted Heartsong Presents' Favorite Author and later inducted into Heartsong's""Hall of Fame. Several of her books have appeared on the CBA Bestseller list.

Darlene Mindrup has always had a love of writing and an active imagination. Years of journalism classes and homeschooling her children gave her the tools to make her writing better and more professional (and with fewer errors). She has a love of history that comes through in her novels, especially Bible history and World War II.

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