Christmas Homecoming

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Tyndale House Publishers, 2003 - Fiction - 400 pages
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This anthology contains three original historical novellas set in the late 1800s, each revolving around the discovery of love at Christmastime and a significant Christmas homecoming.

"A Place to Call Home: " The daughter of wealthy high-society parents falls in love with an Irish immigrant while helping the needy in Boston.

"The Heart of a Stranger: " Childhood sweethearts are reunited in the New Mexico Territory.

"Christmas Legacy: " A widow returns to her childhood home in Minnesota to sell her late grandmother's farm, only to find that widower Ben Akers has been named co-owner of the farm in her grandmother's will.

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User Review  - Carrie - Goodreads

Three Novella's in this book. Very easy to read. Good for Christmas time. Read full review


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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.

Diane Noble is the award-winning author of The Butterfly Farm and nearly two dozen other published works--mysteries, romantic suspense, historical fiction, and nonfiction books for women, including three devotionals and an empty nest survival guide. Diane is a three-time recipient of the Silver Angel Award for Media Excellence and a double finalist for RWA's prestigious RITA award for Best Inspirational Fiction. Diane and husband Tom make their home in Southern California.

A former special education teacher, Kathleen Fuller's first HeartQuest novella, "Encore, Encore" appears in Chance Encounters of the Heart (January 2003). Her short stories have appeared in several on-line publications. She and her husband James live near Cleveland, Ohio and homeschool their three young children.

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