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Find your very own cowboy to keep warm these long, wintry nights as you cozy up with six sweeping, epic tales of heroism, passion, family and celebration from bestselling authors Leigh Greenwood, Rosanne Bittner, Linda Broday, Margaret Brownley, Anna Schmidt, and Amy Sandas.
Fall in Love with Christmas
Whether it’s a widower finding an unexpected new start, a former outlaw and his new wife welcoming their very own Christmas miracle, a long-lost lover returning just in time for a special holiday celebration, a second chance at love between two warring hearts given peace at last, an unlikely pair working together to bring joy to a small Texas town, or a cowboy and his dark-eyed beauty snowed in one unforgettable wintry eve…every Christmas with a cowboy is filled with light, laughter, and a forever kind of love.
What People Are Saying:
“Greenwood is a master at westerns.” —RT Book Reviews for Leigh Greenwood
“An emotional powerhouse! This classic historical western is destined for the “keeper” shelf.” —RT Book Reviews, Top Pick for Rosanne Bittner
“Fun and sensual...great for fans of history, romance, and some good old Texas grit.”—Kirkus for Linda Broday
“A great story by a wonderful author.”—#1 New York Times bestselling author DEBBIE MACOMBER for Margaret Brownley
“The perfect read.” —RT Book Reviews for Anna Schmidt
“A genuine page-turner...electric and absorbing.” —Kirkus for Amy Sandas
Brimming with holiday magic, this feel-good anthology of historical romance novellas, all centered on the cowboy mystique and second chances, will delight and charm. Greenwood opens with "A Fairy Tale Christmas," a sweet tale of Nan, a lonely Shenandoah Valley spinster and healer, and Will, a single father at his wits' end. Linda Broday's "A Christmas Wedding" and Anna Schmidt's "One Snowy Christmas Eve" are heartfelt stories of love lost and regained through years of careful kindness. Rosanne Bittner's "Christmas in Paradise" and Amy Sandas's "Through the Storm" showcase couples overcoming external adversity. While all of the stories feature strong, independent female leads, the heroine of Margaret Brownley's "A Love Letter to Santa" steals the show. Holly, a young schoolteacher and reluctant choir director in the small town of Haywire, Tex., during a time of economic hardship, goes to great lengths to ensure the town is touched by the spirit of the season. Few in Haywire are safe from her machinations, including Tom, the newly arrived blacksmith, who is charmed first by her looks and then by her giving spirit. These lighthearted stories will appeal to a wide variety of readers looking for stories of Christmas joy.