Barbara Jean Hicks, Karen M. Ball, Lorena McCourtney
Palisades, 1996 - Religion - 288 pages
Snow falls, hearts change, and love prevails in the stories of three women whose hearts are touched--and lives are changed--during the Christmas season. In the tradition of A Christmas Joy, these short, reader-friendly stories of holiday miracles and enduring love provide s morally upright alternative to readers of secular romance fiction.
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