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Publisher's Summary

These three love-filled holiday novellas will warm the heart of winter's darkness, filling it with the glow of Christmas and the peaceful light of Plain gifts.

Snow Shine on Ice Mountain by Kelly Long:

When Naomi's mischievous father hires Gray to help for the season, she's positive the old man has an ulterior motive. She doesn't need help - but, as Gray learns the craft of candle making, Naomi learns that love is more than possible.

A Honeybee Christmas by Jennifer Beckstrand:

Bitsy Kiem made sacrifices in order to raise her three nieces Amish, so now that the girls are married, she's ready to return to her English life - unless widowed Yost Weaver can convince her that plain love is a flame that will never go out.

The Christmas Candle by Lisa Jones Baker:

Blessing those in need at Christmastime is one of Lydia's favorite traditions. But without her sister's help this year, the task seems daunting - that is, until a handsome Mennonite shows her that hands joined to do good may also unite hearts.

©2017 Kelly Long and Jenny Beckstrand and Lisa Jones Baker (P)2017 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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I really enjoyed each short story. I loved the candle and it's symbolic meaning in each one.
The true meaning of Christmas and good will to all is what we need to get back to. given back to those less fortunate

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This may have a good story line but the narrator is so bad it’s hard to follow - she speaks way to fast and the voice is irritating