A Winter Wonderland

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Wheeler Pub., 2012 - Fiction - 681 pages
9 Reviews
Fern Michaels is A #1 New York Times Bestselling Author -- In Fern Michaels' title story, Angelica Shepard's Christmas trip ends in an accident -- but all she remembers is the handsome angel who saved her. For Iris Karr in Holly Chamberlin's "Joy of Christmas," the holidays bring a chance to revisit a decision she's regretted for years. Leslie Meier's "Christmas Thief" has Elizabeth Stone's plans for a white Christmas in Maine thwarted by a Florida jewel heist; and estate liquidator Jenna Matthews gets to unwrap a mystery among a grandmother's keepsakes in "The Christmas Collector" by Kristina McMorris.

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Review: A Winter Wonderland

User Review  - Nibrock - Goodreads

Interesting stories, not all romances. Some needed to be a bit longer, as the endings were quite abrupt. Read full review

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User Review  - Carol - Goodreads

Four nice short love stories for the holiday season. A relaxing read during this busy month. Read full review

About the author (2012)

Fern Michaels, who is originally known as Mary Ruth Kuczkir, grew up in Hasting, Pennsylvania. She was born on April 9, 1933. Michaels is an American author of romance and thriller novels, including nearly 50 bestselling books with more than 70 million copies in print. Her USA Today and New York Times bestselling books include Family Blessings, Pretty Woman, and Crown Jewel, and Take down. She writes the Texas quartet and the Captive series.

Leslie Meier was born in 1948; she is the author of the popular Lucy Stone Series of books. The books take place in Cape Cod and the heroine, Lucy Stone, is a reporter in a fictional town. The books in this series include: Mail Order Murder, Christmas Cookie Murder, Turkey Day Murder, Wicked Witch Murder, and Chocolate Covered Murder.

Kristina McMorris is the "New York Times" and "USA Today" bestselling, award-winning author of "Letters from Home" and "Bridge of Scarlet Leaves". She lives in Oregon.

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