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by Heather Graham (Contributor), Jo Beverley (Contributor), Candace Camp (Contributor)

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Beverley, JoContributormain authorall editionsconfirmed
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Home for Christmas:
Prologue: A soft, light snow was falling as Captain Travis Aylwin stood by the parlor window.
The Wise Virgin:
Prologue: "They've stolen the Blessed Virgin Mary!"
Tumbleweed Christmas:
The house rose up from the dry earth, as stark and bleak as the landscape around it.
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Anthology contains:
Home for Christmas by Heather Graham [Also in Harlequin Christmas Stories 1989 anthology]
The Wise Virgin by Jo Beverley [Also in The Brides for Christmas anthology published 1999 and 2005]
Tumbleweed Christmas by Candace Camp [Also in Harlequin Christmas Stories 1989 anthology]

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Home for Christmas by Heather Graham
It broke Travis's heart to see Isabelle go, but he was the Yankee captain who had commandeered her home and she was a daughter of the Confederacy. Yet even in the war-torn South, there was room for a Christmas miracle or two.

The Wise Virgin by Jo Beverley

Their families have feuded for generations. But will the love of Edmund de Grave and Joan Montelan overcome all this Christmas Eve—or will a family secret keep them apart forever?

Tumbleweed Christmas by Candace Camp

"Bah humbug" rancher Daniel MacKenzie met his match in his new housekeeper, Melinda Ballard. She was determined to bring the holiday spirit into his home—and the magic of love into his heart.
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Home for Christmas by Heather Graham

It broke Travis's heart to see Isabelle go, but he was the Yankee captain who had commandeered her home and she was a daughter of the Confederacy. Yet even in the war-torn South, there was room for a Christmas miracle or two.

The Wise Virgin by Jo Beverley

Their families have feuded for generations. But will the love of Edmund de Grave and Joan Montelan overcome all this Christmas Eve—or will a family secret keep them apart forever?

Tumbleweed Christmas by Candace Camp

"Bah humbug" rancher Daniel MacKenzie met his match in his new housekeeper, Melinda Ballard. She was determined to bring the holiday spirit into his home—and the magic of love into his heart.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:25:43 -0400)

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A trio of stories that celebrates the magic of the holiday season includes Heather Graham's "Home for Christmas," in which Isabelle, a daughter of the Confederacy, and Travis, a Yankee captain, discover love in the war-torn South.

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