A Home for Christmas
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Trappers Peak Publishing
On Sale: November 5, 2014
Genre: Christmas/Historical Romantic Western
A collection of three historical western stories to inspire love and warm the heart on the western frontier.
Copper Point, Montana Territory-December 1879
In search of family she barely knows and adventure she's always wanted,Katherine Donahue is saved from freezing on a winter night in the mountains of Montana by August Hollister. Neither of them expected that what one woman had in mind was a new beginning for them both.
Wickliffe, Wyoming Territory-December 22, 1892
Heartache and a thirst for adventure lead McKensie Stewart and her sister to Wyoming after the death of their parents. With the help of a widowed aunt and a charming horse breeder, McKensie discovers that hope is a cherished promise, and there is no greater gift than love.
LILY'S CHRISTMAS WISH
Cotters Gulch, Colorado-December 1868
Lily Malone has never had a real family or a real Christmas. This holiday season, she might get both. From an orphanage in New York City to the rugged mountains of Colorado, Lily sends out only one wish. But when the time comes, can she give it up so someone else's wish can come true?
If you love inspirational romance and heartfelt holidays, then you'll enjoy this trio of stories as we remember the true meaning of love any time of the year.
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Praise for a A Home for Christmas
"Ms. McClintock has a true genius when writing beauty to touch the heart. This holiday treat is a gift any time one needs to remember the true meaning of love!" —InD'tale Magazine
"The cold nips at your face and delicious Christmas cake leaves you wanting more." —M. Ann Roher, Author of "Mattie"
"If you like the 1800's, like I do, you will love these stories!" —The Reader’s Cove & Amazon Vine Reviewer
Meet the Author
MK McClintock is a multiple award-winning author of an ever-growing number of novels and short stories. Her stories of adventure, romance, and mystery sweep across the American West to the Victorian British Isles, with places and times between and beyond.