Christmas in the Air: Snowbound Holiday\A Season of Hope

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Steeple Hill, Feb 21, 2011 - Fiction - 224 pages
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Snowbound Holiday by Irene Brand

Missing Christmas with her family bothered Livia Kessler, but not as much as being stranded with strangers...and her teenage crush, Quinn Damrow. He'd broken her heart when he'd told her she was too young for him. Yet perhaps their snowbound holiday—and a Higher Power—would bring love for Livia and Quinn after all.

A Season of Hope by Dana Corbit

Once again attorney David Wright found himself playing Joseph for the church's live nativity. And when his very pregnant friend, Allison Hensley-Chandler, had to bow out as Mary, David was paired with Allison's cousin, all-business Sondra Stevens. But holiday preparations and babysitting Allison's little girl forced David and Sondra to work together. Would they realize that Christmas truly is the season of hope...and love?

 

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Contents

Chapter One
Chapter Two
Chapter Three
Chapter Four
Chapter Five
Chapter Six
Chapter Seven
Chapter Eight
Chapter Three
Chapter Four
Chapter Five
Chapter Six
Chapter Seven
Chapter Eight
Chapter Nine
Chapter Ten

Chapter Nine
Epilogue
A SEASON OF HOPE
Chapter One
Chapter Two
Chapter Eleven
Chapter Twelve
Chapter Thirteen
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Irene Brand’s first inspirational romance was published in 1984, and she now has more than 40 titles, approximately 2 million copies, in print, including four non-fiction books. Her current publishers are Steeple Hill (Love Inspired) and Barbour Publishing; however, her first romances were published by Thomas Nelson Publishers, Zondervan, Fleming Revel, and Kregel.  Irene, and her husband, Rod, live in West Virginia,

Dana Corbit enjoyed sharing tall tales before she learned to write her name, so it came as no surprise when the Indiana native chose a career where she could tell stories every day. An award-winning journalist, she left the workforce to raise her family, but the stories came home with her as she discovered the joy of writing fiction. An award-winning author of fifteen novels, Dana makes her home in southeast Michigan with her husband, three teenage daughters and two tubby kitties.

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