Sweetwater Springs Christmas

Historical Western Romance
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Come celebrate the holidays in 1895 Sweetwater Springs, Montana, as ten Western Romance authors join New York Times Bestselling author DEBRA HOLLAND in telling SHORT STORIES of love and laughter, heartbreak and healing, and most of all, Christmas joy.

Elizabeth Ayers – A Christmas Far From Home
Far from home and with love in their hearts, a young Wyoming rancher and the daughter of a Montana railroad businessman learn the true joy of Christmas is in giving.

Linda Carroll-Bradd – Wishes on a Star
Will a wish on a star foretell the future of a young suffragette and a visiting rancher?

MJ Fredrick – Abigail’s Christmas Angel
A lonely widow and a lonelier marshal make peace with their past.

Debra Holland – The Gift of Music
Can two reserved people overcome their limitations and find love?

Debra Holland – A Family for Ike
An orphaned boy finds an unexpected family.

Debra Holland – The Joy of Christmas
The town banker learns that perhaps some things are more important than money.

Paty Jager – A Christmas to Remember
Ida doesn’t remember the last two years, but her husband is determined to find her and reignite their love.

Jill Marie Landis – Upon a Midnight Clear
A spinster discovers it’s never too late to embrace love and the surprises life has in store.

Trish Milburn – A New Home for Christmas
A woman scarred in face and heart finds love with a cowboy.

Linda Mclaughlin – The Best Present
A grieving ten-year-old girl anticipating a sad Christmas receives some surprises.

Bev Pettersen – The Christmas Crossing
With a little Christmas magic, two searching hearts discover they can bridge much more than a raging river.

Tori Scott – A Promise for Christmas
Faced with her first Montana winter without her husband, Rachel Tanner and her young son need a miracle.

Cynthia Woolf – Sugarplum Dreams
Julia Bosworth travels west to fulfill a special dream and finds her heart’s desire.

This short story collection takes place after Painted Montana Sky, but the anthology can be read as a stand-alone book.