Making Spirits Bright

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Wheeler Pub., 2011 - Fiction - 601 pages
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Making Spirits Bright: "Melanie McLaughlin desperately wants to adopt two orphaned siblings and give them a real home for Christmas. A just-for-the-holiday marriage to Bryce Landry fits her plan perfectly, until unexpected sparks have Melanie dreaming of forever by his side." Runaway Christmas: "A glass of wine, lounging in pajamas, and catching up on movies--that's Heidi Bogue's idea of a perfect Christmas. Until her thirteen-year-old niece makes a surprise visit--and a snowstorm turns Heidi's cafae into a community refuge. Now one handsome cop is giving Heidi plenty more reasons to celebrate." Home For Christmas: "Jo Truman needs a replacement Santa for her gift shop's Christmas Eve party. She'll do whatever it takes to convince lonely soldier Sam Norwood that he's perfect for the part, and that the season for love is always." Christmas On Cape Cod: "Maddie Carlson would do anything for her best friend. And helping Asa Coleman babysit a rambunctious puppy Christmas Eve night is her one chance to help the troubled teacher put his past to rest, and give the sweetest gift of all."

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Reviewed by Lisa Review copy provided by Zebra Books - Kensington Publishing Curl up by the fireplace and escape with four delightful Christmas stories. Finding love, starting a family, second chances ... Read full review

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MAKING SPIRITS BRIGHT Fern Michaels; Elizabeth Bass; Rosalind Noonan; Nan Rossiter 4 stories for the price of one, you can't go wrong! Making Spirits Bright by Ferm Micahels This is just one story out ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Fern Michaels is the pseudonym for Mary Ruth Kuczkir. She was born on April 9, 1933, and grew up in Hasting, Pennsylvania. Michaels is an American author of romance and thriller novels, including at least 90 bestselling books with more than 150 million copies in print. Her USA Today and New York Times bestselling books include Family Blessings, Pretty Woman, Crown Jewel, Take Down and About Face. She writes the Texas quartet, the Captive series, and The Sisterhood series.

Elizabeth Bass is the author of the acclaimed novel, Miss You Most of All and Wherever Grace Is Needed. She lives in Montreal with her husband. Visit her at elizabeth-bass.com.

Rosalind Noonan is an expert series writer with a variety of successful teen projects behind her.

Nan Rossiter was born in Mount Vernon, New York. She grew up in Pelham, New York, and in Barkhamsted, Connecticut. From a young age she loved to draw. After high school, she attended Rhode Island School of Design and graduated with a BFA in illustration. After working in the freelance field and creating art for internationally recognized companies such as Viking, MasterCard, and UPS, Nan began writing and illustrating books for children. She is the author-illustrator of several children s books, including, most recently, The Fo c sle: Henry Beston s Outermost House. Nan lives in rural Connecticut with her husband and two handsome sons. When she s not working, she enjoys hiking with her family or reading a good book. Visit her website at www.nanrossiter.com.

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