A Christmas Miracle

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Island Books, 1996 - Fiction - 453 pages
2 Reviews
New York Timesbestselling author Virginia Henley whisks us back to the reign of King Charles II, as a beautiful governess discovers unexpected passion--and learns a lesson in love.

Katherine Kingsley, winner of aRomantic TimesCareer Achievement award, introduces us to a young blind woman who helps a desperate artist rekindle his genius as she brings the true spirit of the season to light.

Rebecca Paisley, winner of twoRomantic TimesLifetime Achievement Awards, weaves an enchanting tale set in nineteenth-century England, where a magical girl transforms a cynic with the power of love.

Critically acclaimed newcomer Stephanie Mittman turns the tables when a thoroughly unsuitable heroine surprises a disillusioned tycoon with the one gift his money cannot buy.

With four acclaimed authors and four unforgettable stories,A Christmas Miracleis a collection to cherish--a holiday gift to savor throughout the year.

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User Review  - Dawn ♥ romance - Goodreads

I only read Virginia Henley historical romance which I liked although it was heavy with period oppression of women. Unjustly fired, Joy seeks job as governess for daughter of Lord Noel. My rating is 3.5* because his behavior near end was overboard for true love. Read full review

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User Review  - Patricia Solla - Goodreads

This book contains four short stories by various authors. I like this book because it was historical romance instead of contemporary. The story lines were good and the characters were interesting. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
14
Section 2
26
Section 3
51
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About the author (1996)

Romance novelist Virginia Henley was born in England in 1935. Her novels, many of them set in medieval England, Scotland or Ireland, are often published in hardcover as well as paperback, a rarity in the romance genre. Henley won the Romantic Times Lifetime Achievement Award for Historical Fiction in 1996. Her titles "Seduced" & "Desired" were New York Times Bestsellers.

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