Open My Heart This Christmas

5 Contemporary romances sure to show you the true meaning of Christmas.

FIRST CHRISTMAS You can experience Christmas during the time period of your choice—if you rent the entire Barncastle Inn of Vermont for the whole week of Christmas. Veterinarian's assistant and young unmarried mother Waverly Coe is helping vet Alec Ross bring the First Christmas to Barncastle Inn. Can they see past their circumstances to celebrate their first Christmas together? TREE OF HOPE BURNED OUT COP TRAVIS BAKER IS LOOKING FOR NEW DIRECTION IN HIS LIFE. After leaving law enforcement, Travis takes a job as temporary handyman at the Quinn landscaping business and gift shop that two sisters are try to run now that the father is dying of cancer. But he doesn't figure on getting involved in constructing a living Christmas tree, or his heart getting entangled with Reagan Quinn. Reagan has too much on her plate, operating the businesses and dealing with grief over her father, and confusion at the inevitable changes confronting her. Can Travis convince her that they can form a partnership—in business and life? CURTAIN CALLS AND CHRISTMAS WISHES Do Christmas wishes really come true? Lacey Cooper dreams of directing plays. When the manager at the local theater company falls ill, she gets her chance to direct the annual Christmas play, A White Christmas. Then, the lead role is injured in an accident and Lacey must ask the man in charge of stage setup to step in. Dillon Marks is growing tired of his job as probation officer, but volunteers on a regular basis at the local theater company, bringing several of his clients with him. When Lacey begs him to step into the leading role, he initially says no. He can sing, but can't dance at all. She finally convinces him to step into the role. When Lacey makes it clear that she isn’t interested in a man with a dangerous profession, the two try to squelch their growing attraction for each other. Then, they are snowbound in the theater with a mad man and their feelings come to the surface. Can these two find love among the lights and action of a White Christmas? A MERRY LITTLE CHRISTMAS A Merry Little Christmas is about Franny Martin—a woman who isn't afraid to dream big. But most of all, A Merry Little Christmas is a love story about two people who come from different worlds. Charlie is all wealth and polish while Franny is a simple farm girl who has more spirit than money. In the process of making a “trading places” arrangement between them, they unearth some discoveries of the heart—that sometimes love comes when you’re least ready for it, and that love can bring the most impossible dreams within reach. Make yourself merry this holiday season with A Merry Little Christmas! DREAMING OF A WHITE CHRISTMAS EMT/Venice Beach surfer Ben Callahan, estranged son of the owner of Callahan & Callahan department store, is called out on an emergency to revive a woman in the store's window display, and quickly loses his patience-and his heart-to the wacky Casey Forrester, the exhausted window dresser. When it comes down to a choice between keeping her job, winning Ben Callahan, or making a promised trip home to Missouri for Christmas, what will Casey’s heart tell her to do?
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About the Book


First Christmas by [Franklin, Darlene]Open My Heart This Christmas includes my story Tree of Hope by [Gray, Helen]First Christmas.  

The collection also includes:

Tree of Hope 

by Helen Gray



Curtain Calls and Christmas Wishes, Christmas Novella (Typecast Christmas) by [Hickey, Cynthia]A Merry Little Christmas by [Higman, Anita]Curtain Calls and Christmas Wishes by Cynthia Hickey

           A Merry Little Christmas 

by Anita Higman




                                               by Kathleen Y’Barbo


Dreaming of a White Christmas by [Y'Barbo, Kathleen]


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