A Time-Travel Christmas
Dorchester Publishing Company, Nov 1, 1993 - Fiction - 443 pages
"'The Christmas Portrait' by Megan Daniel: When lonely Cassie Douglass plunges into a turn-of-the-century window scene suddenly come to life, she is swept into a giddy waltz by the most handsome man she's ever met."// 'The Spirit of Things to Come' by Vivian Knight-Jenkins: Taylor Kendall dreads Christmas Day until an accident sends her back to Colonial Massachusetts. Jailed there for defying the puritanical laws, Taylor would be left to rot in the stocks if not for Jared Branlyn and his timeless gift of selfless love.// 'The Ghost of Christmas Past' by Eugenia Riley: A hard-core reporter, Jason Burke has no interest in writing a series of articles on English Christmas traditions...not until he is drawn back to Dickens's London and comes face-to-face with hauntingly lovely Annie Simmons.// 'Twelfth Night' by Flora Speer: Gazing into a medieval Book of Hours, Aline Bennett never dreams that she herself will travel back to the Yuletide scene before her -- and find love with the lord of the castle."
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