A Western Winter Wonderland

A Western Winter Wonderland

A Western Winter Wonderland Three heartwarming stories full of holiday sparkle and romance Christmas Day Family by Cheryl St John Marvel Henley though she was content until the new handsome doctor Seth Paxton and his adorable ki

  • Title: A Western Winter Wonderland
  • Author: Cheryl St. John Jenna Kernan Pam Crooks
  • ISBN: 9780373294671
  • Page: 383
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Three heartwarming stories full of holiday sparkle and romance Christmas Day Family by Cheryl St.John Marvel Henley though she was content until the new handsome doctor Seth Paxton and his adorable kids crashed into her life Suddenly she began to yearn for things she had long stopped wishing for Fallen Angel by Jenna Kernan When Abby March is accidentally shot she anThree heartwarming stories full of holiday sparkle and romance Christmas Day Family by Cheryl St.John Marvel Henley though she was content until the new handsome doctor Seth Paxton and his adorable kids crashed into her life Suddenly she began to yearn for things she had long stopped wishing for Fallen Angel by Jenna Kernan When Abby March is accidentally shot she and her young boy are taken into a rugged stranger s care Dark and mysterious, Ford Statler hides a softer side and offers much than just a Christmas to remember One Magic Eve by Pam Crooks Chet Latimer is attracted to Sonja Kaplan despite local gossip, and he finds himself asking Sonja for help with his motherless little boy With Christmas on the horizon and magic in the air, their lives may just changer

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    This book reminds me of how much I love westerns. All of the authors in this volume are dependable writers of good romance, and they don't fail you. Cheryl has the wonderful beta hero in Seth that she is so good at writing. You will fall for him, just as Marvel does. I also like the Marvel is not immune to issues of vanity or insecurity. She fears aging poorly because of having much older parents she had to take care of in their ill health. She is also about seven years older than Seth. But they [...]

    I love Western Christmas stories and this book does NOT disappoint! This is an Anthology with three stories that are good reads no matter the season (JMHO) I have read these authors (Cheryl St. John, Jenna Kerman and Pam Crooks) before both in anthologies and full size novels.Here is a write up from :Three heartwarming stories full of holiday sparkle and romance!Christmas Day Family by Cheryl St.JohnMarvel Henley though she was content until the new handsome doctor Seth Paxton and his adorable k [...]

    I enjoyed this collection quite a bit. I'm not usually one who reads westerns honestly, I prefer my historicals set in England, so this was an entirely new genre for me to read about, but I found the stories to be enjoyable.I didn't have one story I preferred above the others; mostly pieces of the stories that I thought were refreshing and different. I had minor problems with each story as well (a plot thread in Christmas Day Family for instance was a burden to the plot, a contrivance almost to [...]

    bought this anthology because it had a Cheryl St John story and I've been hearing so much about her lately. I'm afraid I ended up not being very enthusiastic about it and my favourite was Pam Crooks story.Christmas Day Family by Cheryl St. JohnMarvel Henley thought she was content until the new handsome doctor Seth Paxton and his adorable kids crashed into her life! Suddenly she began to yearn for things she had long stopped wishing for… This story started really nicely and I was really enjoyi [...]

    Sweet stories, but not very exciting. Third in the series was a little anticlimactic. It could have been so much more.

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