A Texas kind of Christmas / Jodi Thomas, Celia Bonaduce, Rachael Miles.
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- ISBN: 9781496721303
- ISBN: 1496721306
- Physical Description: 323 pages ; 21 cm
- Publisher: New York, NY : Kensington Books, 
- Copyright: ©2019
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One night at the St. Nicholas / Jodi Thomas -- Birdie's flight / Celia Bonaduce -- Spirit of Texas / Rachael Miles.
"One night at the St. Nicholas" It's Christmas Eve, 1859, St. Nickolas Hotel is hosting the most talked about ball of the season. Texas heiress Jacqueline Hartman spends Christmas Eve sharing a hideout with an accused bank robber to escape her stepmother's plot to marry her off.
"Birdie's flight" It's Christmas Eve, 1859, seamstress Birdie Flanagan gets the surprise of her life when she receives a beautiful gown, and invitation to St. Nickolas Hotel's most talked about ball of the season. Birdie creates a stir from the moment she arrives, capturing the eye of the dashing Captain Douglas Newcastle.
"Spirit of Texas" When lovely spinster Eugenie Charpentier makes a trip across the Texas frontier with former Texas Ranger Ashton Graham, she dreams of adventure, and the rough and tumble cowboy is happy to oblige. Now it's Christmas Eve, 1859 at the St. Nicholas Hotel's grand ball, Eugenie and Ashton just might dance the night away into forever.
With millions of books in print, Jodi Thomas is both a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of over 50 novels and more than a dozen novellas. Her stories travel through the past and present days of Texas and draw readers from around the world. Jodi has been inducted into the Romance Writers of America Hall of Fame. When not working on a novel, Thomas enjoys traveling with her husband, renovating a historic home, and “checking up” on their grown sons and four grandchildren.
Celia Bonaduce, also the author of The Venice Beach Romances and the Welcome to Fat Chance, Texas series, has always had a love affair with houses. Her credits as a television field producer include such house-heavy hits as Extreme Makeover: Home Edition; HGTV’s House Hunters and Tiny House Hunters. She lives in Santa Monica, CA, with her husband and dreams of one day traveling with him in their own tiny house. You can contact Celia at www.Celiabonaduce.com.
Rachael Miles has always loved a good romance, especially one with a bit of suspense and preferably a ghost. She is also a professor of book history and nineteenth-century literature whose students frequently find themselves reading the novels of Ann Radcliffe and other gothic tales. A native Texan, Rachael lives with her indulgent husband, three rescued dogs, and an ancient cat. Visit her at www.rachaelmiles.com.
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