A Plain and Simple Christmas
by Amy Clipston
Four years ago, Anna Mae McDonough married an 'Englisher' and left Lancaster, PA, to live in Baltimore. Now eight months pregnant, she longs for the family that shunned her when she left. Hoping for a reconciliation, Anna writes to her sister-in-law asking her to arrange a visit. But her homecoming is not as welcoming as she had hoped, leaving Anna to question the choices she made.
A Prairie Christmas Collection
by Tracey Bateman
This fiction collection is penned by nine multi-published authors, including Tracie Peterson and Deborah Raney. Each of the nine short stories promises a sweet Christian romance that weathers the adventures and challenges on the historical American Great Plains.
A Wreath of Snow: A Victorian Christmas Novella
by Liz Curtis Higgs
On a reluctant visit home, an icy reception from her Scottish family sends Meg Campbell fleeing for the train station, determined to spend the holidays alone, but after pouring her heart out to a fellow traveler, she finds the courage to return home.
Christmas at Harrington's
by Melody Carlson
Christmas is approaching, and Lena Markham finds herself penniless, friendless, and nearly hopeless. She is trying to restart her life after false accusations landed her in prison, but job opportunities are practically nonexistent. When a secondhand red coat unexpectedly lands her a job as Mrs. Santa at a department store, Lena finally thinks her luck is changing. But can she keep her past a secret?
Christmas Box Collection
by Richard Paul Evans
Can David Parkin, a hard-working man, learn from a cache of old love letters that there's more to life than work--such as his relationship with his wife, MaryAnne? What becomes of the Parkins' angelic daughter, Andrea? When a bent and bereft old lady is spotted crouching over a snowy grave, and the night watchman tells her the cemetery is closed, what can it mean that she mysteriously disappears, leaving behind one red rose and a letter? Could it have something to do with calamitous family tragedy, with David's mother and the key to healing his hardened heart?
Grace: A Christmas Sisters of the Heart novel
by Shelley Shepard Gray
It’s Christmastime at the Brenneman Bed and Breakfast, and everyone is excited about closing down for the holidays. But when two unexpected visitors appear seeking shelter, the family’s commitment to hospitality is tested. First Levi arrives, sullen and angry . . . but insisting on staying for five days. Next Melody shows up. She’s almost nine months pregnant, but won’t say a word about why she traveled all the way from Kentucky by herself. As the two strangers settle in, Katie becomes determined to learn the truth about these two strangers . . . all while keeping her own secret safely hidden away.
I'll Be Home For Christmas
by Julie L Cannon
With Bing Crosby's "I'll Be Home for Christmas" playing in the background, Maggie Culpepper and William Byrd proclaim their undying love to one another. But with the U.S. at war and Maggie's personal home front under attack, the Southern belle impetuously joins the WAVES (Women Accepted for Voluntary Emergency Service). When Christmas draws near and Maggie finds herself miles and miles away from her Georgia hometown...and her beloved William...will she realize that, no matter where she spends Christmas, home is where her heart is?
Sarah's Christmas Miracle
by Mary Ellis
Sarah Beachy has plenty to be joyous about as autumn leaves start to fall. She loves her job at the English bed-and-breakfast where she cooks and refreshes rooms between guests. She has a serious beau, and everyone expects an engagement soon. Why, then, would she jeopardize everything by suddenly deciding to take a trip to Cleveland to track down a brother who left the Order years ago?
by Karen Kingsbury
Ryan Kelly spends plenty of time at The Bridge--the oldest bookstore in historic downtown Franklin, Tennessee--remembering the times he and Molly Allen--who moved to Portland--once spent there, and now, with the bookstore in deep financial trouble, it will take a miracle to keep tragedy from unfolding.