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|Title: A Quaker Christmas - eBook|
By: Lauralee Bliss, Ramona Cecil, Rachael Phillips, Claire Sanders
Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: Barbour Publishing
Publication Date: 2011
Series: Romancing America
Stock No: WW23293EB
Christmas is a simple matter among the Quakers of the historic Ohio River Valley, but can it be time to welcome love into four households? The Hall family runs an inn that welcomes travelers like Silas Jones who challenge their beliefs and woo their daughter. Widowed Lucinda Hughes mourns her husband’s death, while Will Davis blames himself for his friend’s demise. Keturah Wilkes is curious and outspoken among her community, which leads her to trouble among Henry Mangun’s rowdy family. Susannah Griffith has only been an observer of her new husband’s activity with the Underground Railroad until this Christmas Eve.
LAURALEE BLISS has always liked to dream big dreams. Part of that dream was writing, and after several years of hard work, her dream of publishing was realized in 1997 with the publication of her first romance novel, Mountaintop, through Barbour Publishing. Since then she’s had twenty books published, both historical and contemporary. Lauralee is also an avid hiker, completing the entire length of the Appalachian Trail both north and south. Lauralee makes her home in Virginia in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains with her family.
RAMONA K. CECIL is a wife, mother, grandmother, freelance poet, and award-winning inspirational romance writer. Now empty nesters, she and her husband make their home in Indiana. A member of American Christian Fiction Writers and American Christian Fiction Writers Indiana Chapter, her work has won awards in a number of inspirational writing contests. Over eighty of her inspirational verses have been published on a wide array of items for the Christian gift market. She enjoys a speaking ministry, sharing her journey to publication while encouraging aspiring writers. When not writing, her hobbies include reading, gardening, and visiting places of historical interest.