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Who doesn't love the Christmas season, and who can resist a heart-touching romance? With romance and Christmas combined, readers won't be able to stop at just one story--"and priced under $5, they'll not hesitate to buy more than one collection. So delight your romance readers with a brand-new selection of Christmas 2-in-l story collections. Snuggle up with Who doesn't love the Christmas season, and who can resist a heart-touching romance? With romance and Christmas combined, readers won't be able to stop at just one story--"and priced under $5, they'll not hesitate to buy more than one collection. So delight your romance readers with a brand-new selection of Christmas 2-in-l story collections. Snuggle up with

30 review for Holiday Hope: Love Has Much to Give in Two Stories from the 1940s

  1. 4 out of 5

    Judy

    This book contained two Christian fiction novellas with secondary themes of Christmas and romance. Both stories are set in the 1940's following World War II. In the first novella, Bev Winters is a war widow with a six-year-old daughter looking for a job. Dan Fisher is a widower needing help in the used toy store his deceased wife started. A patchwork quilt she made while she was dying becomes an important component of this story as well as the following story. In the second story, Olivia Howard l This book contained two Christian fiction novellas with secondary themes of Christmas and romance. Both stories are set in the 1940's following World War II. In the first novella, Bev Winters is a war widow with a six-year-old daughter looking for a job. Dan Fisher is a widower needing help in the used toy store his deceased wife started. A patchwork quilt she made while she was dying becomes an important component of this story as well as the following story. In the second story, Olivia Howard loses her home in a tragic fire, but firefighter Nate Forester rescues her and helps her cope with the loss. Nate is a veteran of the war and has dealt with loss, too.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kathleen

    Found at library - 2 intertwined short Christmas short stories with strong Christian theme. Enjoyable seasonal read.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jenny

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. We have 2 Christian romance stories in one book, where the common denominator between the 2 is a handmade patchwork quilt which brings the characters from both books together in the second story. The first is about Dan Fisher who lives alone since his wife, Darcy, died of leukemia. He has a photography business and also runs his wifes used toy store. He hires Bev Winter, a widow of the War. She has a 6 year old daughter, Amy. The story takes you through their relationship and the quilt, which Dan We have 2 Christian romance stories in one book, where the common denominator between the 2 is a handmade patchwork quilt which brings the characters from both books together in the second story. The first is about Dan Fisher who lives alone since his wife, Darcy, died of leukemia. He has a photography business and also runs his wifes used toy store. He hires Bev Winter, a widow of the War. She has a 6 year old daughter, Amy. The story takes you through their relationship and the quilt, which Dan's wife made before she died, is given to Bev's daughter, Amy, eventually. The second story is about Olivia Howard, a 2nd grade teacher who looses her house in a fire. She is rescued by Nate Forester, a volunteer fireman who lives at home on his parents farm, and does farmwork when not putting out fires. The story takes you through their relationship and you get to see it bloom, but not without trial and error. The quilt is sent to Olivia by Bev Winter because she read a story about Olivia and her house fire in a magazine and she wanted to pass something on to her that would make her feel good. These are great stories, all rolled up into one book, and I highly recommend it!! They are written well, and it is a fast read.

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