Gift of Love

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Barbour, 2000 - Fiction - 349 pages
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Gifts have become an expected part of the Christmas tradition. But a gift given without love is wasted... It is Practically Christmas when Sara Jennings makes the trek to her great-aunt's home. Will a gift from a new friend change the course of Sara's future? Jared and Tessa Baker receive A Most Unwelcome Gift when they are stranded at a remote cabin. Can their fragile marriage endure the added tension? Clay Stevenson seeks refuge and solitude from holiday stress in a mountain cabin. How then can The Best Christmas Gift come from unexpected company? Every month Amy Latimer has watched her best friend Michael enter The Gift Shoppe and buy a gift for his girlfriend. How can she continue to observe this tradition knowing she loves him as more than just a friend? Four young couples have a lot to learn about love over the short holiday season. Join their Christmas celebrations as you unwrap a new gift in each novella. The Gift of Love will be yours to cherish with each story of love and romance.

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About the author (2000)

Carol Cox is Professor of Nursing, Advanced Clinical Practice, St Bartholomew School of Nursing and Midwifery, City Univesity, London and Nurse Consultant, Research and Education Related to Practice, Newham Healthcare NHS Trust

PAMELA GRIFFIN lives in Texas with her family. She fully gave her life to Christ in 1988 after a rebellious young adulthood and owes the fact that she's still alive today to an all-loving and forgiving God and to a mother who steadfastly prayed and had faith that God could bring her wayward daughter "home." Pamela's main goal in writing Christian romance is to help and encourage those who do know the Lord and to plant a seed of hope in those who don't.

Jones earned an M.A. in history at the University of Arkansas and currently teaches for the Institute of Children's Literature.

Darlene Mindrup has always had a love of writing and an active imagination. Years of journalism classes and homeschooling her children gave her the tools to make her writing better and more professional (and with fewer errors). She has a love of history that comes through in her novels, especially Bible history and World War II.

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