Item description for Once Upon A Christmas: The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year/'Twas The Week Before Christmas (Steeple Hill Christmas 2-in-1) by Lauraine Snelling & Lenora Worth...
Overview The Most Wonderful Time of the Year by Lauraine Snelling Romance blooms between Blythe Stensrude and Thane Davidson after their dogs tangle leashes in the park?until Thane becomes guardian to his three-year-old niece. Blythe doesn't think she's mother material, but how can she refuse Thane's request to give a neglected little girl the best Christmas ever?
'Twas the Week Before Christmas by Lenora Worth Upon arrival at her grandmother's Louisiana plantation for the holidays, socialite Elise Melancon is confronted with a shocking request?her grandmother wants her to "reform" a handsome man so he can date another woman! Perhaps Elise will discover that life's greatest gifts don't always come in a box.
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Studio: Steeple Hill
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.4" Width: 4.2" Height: 0.8" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date Nov 30, 2006
Publisher Steeple Hill
ISBN 0373785496 ISBN13 9780373785490
Availability 0 units.
More About Lauraine Snelling & Lenora Worth
Lauraine Snelling is the award-winning author of over 60 books, fiction and nonfiction, for adults and young adults. Her books have sold over 2 million copies. Besides writing books and articles, she teaches at writers' conferences across the country. She and her husband make their home in Tehachapi, California. Learn more at www.laurainesnelling.com.
Lauraine Snelling currently resides in the state of California. Lauraine Snelling was born in 1956.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Once Upon A Christmas: The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year/'Twas The Week Before Christmas (Steeple Hill Christmas 2-in-1)?
Sweet if a little too trite Apr 17, 2006
I love Lauraine Snelling...and expected this to sweet Christian fiction, which it was. What disappointed me were the endings. There was all this build up on the "issues"...and then it was over like it was nothing. That was a pretty big let down. Don't pick this up expecting something new and wonderful...but it is an an enjoyable afternoon read. But I think both authors needs to work on their endings. It is like they didn't know what to do so just let it be magically fixed.
...Not a bodice was busted ... Dec 18, 2005
`Twere the Days Before Christmas ... Somebody on the Basset Board was drooling over this book about love found between Basset people. This reviewer is "owned by" one of these bewitching, bedeviled short little big dogs so I thought I'd give these seasonal stories a shot. What I got was, to me, a whole new genre. Harlequin without the Harle - so to speak. I should have read the Publishers Weekly review more carefully - the part where it says: 'In both novellas, the romance never heats up beyond a steamy kiss or two, and there's plenty of God-talk to please Christian readers.' One should also note the back cover, which has the publisher's logo - "Steeple Hills," as in, here is the church, here is the steeple - and its mission: "fiction that inspires." This reviewer was uninspired and found it to be tepid romance with requisite agendaed religion. Gimme Father Greeley any Day! /TundraVision, this site Reviewer