A Door County Christmas: Four Romances Warm Hearts in Wisconsin's Version of Cape Cod

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Barbour Pub., 2010 - Fiction - 346 pages
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Peer behind the closed doors of a Wisconsin tourist town gone dormant for the winter season. Watch as the drama and romance start to heat up—just as Lola the innkeeper promised her four single friends a year ago when she gifted them with her prayers and a Christmas cactus. Will each woman find love—along with cactus blooms—as promised?

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A fun read around Christmas

User Review  - Roch - Christianbook.com

A Door County Christmas is a collection of 4 stories which all take place in the real villages of Door County, Wisconsin. The names and locations are real. It was especially fun to read, having just ... Read full review

User Review  - Godsgrace - Christianbook.com

My brother and his wife visit Door County, Wisc. every fall. The book was a perfect very reasonable gift for her. Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Eileen Key retired after teaching school for thirty years. She is a freelance writer and editor, with two mysteries and sevennbsp;novellas published. Mother of three, grandmother of five, Eileen resides in San Antonio, Texas. nbsp;

Becky Melbynbsp;is a Wisconsin resident. She and her husband Bill have four married sons and eleven grandchildren. Becky has co-authored nine Heartsong Presents titles and written two novellas for Barbour publishing. In her spare time Becky loves riding on the back of her Honda Gold Wing or making trips to see grandkids in the RV.

Rachael Phillips is a freelance writer in Indiana. Married with three children, she has written four previous Heroes of the Faith books. She has authored a novel, biographies, and co-authored a women's reference guide and novella collections, al for Barbour Publishing. Visit her website at www.rachelwrites.com.

Cynthia Ruchti is a past president of American Christian Fiction Writers and now serves as ACFW's Professional Relations Liaison. For more than thirty-two years, she wrote and produced The Heartbeat of the Home radio broadcast. She speaks and teaches at women's events and writers' conferences. Cynthia and her plot-tweaking husband live in the heart of Wisconsin where she writes stories of hope-that-glows-in-the-dark. You can connect with her at www.cynthiaruchti.com .

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