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From the publisher
Shepherd Moon by Rochelle Alers
Tragedy forced Rhianna Campbell to leave the small town of Shepherd, New York, for Los Angeles. Years later she returns to find an angry Emery Sutherland, her former fiancé's brother, who resents her for having left after his twin brother and parents were killed in an auto accident on Christmas Eve. Can Emery find a way to forgive Rhianna? And will these two ever find love in this holiest of seasons?
Wishing on a Starr by Adrianne Byrd
For Gia Hunter, Christmas usually brings unhappy memories. Seventeen years ago her husband was killed in combat. As a teenage mother and widow, she was forced to give up their infant daughter, Starr. In a twist of fate, Starr's adoptive father, Daniel Davis, and Gia have a chance encounter while Christmas shopping, and are smitten with each other. But complications arise when Starr, who has been searching for her biological mother, tries to set Gia up with her widowed adoptive father.
Blind Faith by Kayla Perrin
Trapped for days in her car when it careens off an isolated stretch of road outside of Buffalo, New York, Andrea Dawson has already said her prayers and fallen asleep. Suddenly, she is awakened by a blinding light — not from the great beyond, but rather a flashlight held by her sexy savior, Mark Potter. With both of them looking for something to believe in, has fate brought them together for a reason?
A Christmas Serenade by Janice Sims
Callie Hart can't think of many reasons to feel grateful this Thanksgiving. She's just lost her job as an editor at an Atlanta magazine, and now, traveling home to her family in Charleston, South Carolina, she's got a flat tire. Out of nowhere, a tall, handsome stranger appears to help her. After thanking him, Callie doesn't expect to see him again. But Callie's mother has a plan to bring her closer to home — one that may give a surprising boost to Callie's romantic luck.
Original title: A Season of Miracles
Genre: Fiction→ Romance→ Contemporary
Fiction→ General Fiction→ Black (african-american)
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