It's Christmas morning, and as the Howard sisters celebrate some of their family's treasured traditions, they reminisce about Christmases past. The three novellas capture a sense of nostalgia and the ideal of a good old-fashioned Christmas.
A collection of three novellas celebrating the beauty of Christmas at Grace Chapel Inn. Its Christmas morning, and as the Howard sisters celebrate some of their familys treasured traditions, they reminisce about Christmases past. Jane reads from the Bible, as their father always did, and remembers when she took part in a living Nativity. Cast as an angel, she decided to make her part more exciting, resulting in a dangerous fall from a hayloft. She should have been seriously injured, but a Christmas miracle changed the course of her life. Louise studies the badly constructed stocking she made for her newborn daughter Cynthia and recalls her first Christmas as a mother. And Alice examines the special ornament she received the year she organized a program to give all the animals from a nearby shelter a home for Christmas. The novellas capture a sense of nostalgia and the ideal of a good old-fashioned Christmas.
Sunni Jeffers lives in northeast Washington. She and her husband live on a farm with an aging Scottish Highlander cow and an elderly Arabian racehorse. Sunni has won the Romance Writers of America Golden Heart, American Christian Writers Book of the Year and the Colorado Romance Writers Award of Excellence.
Pam Hanson and Barbara Andrews are a daughter/mother writing team. They have had nearly thirty books published together, including several for Guideposts in the series Tales from Grace Chapel Inn. Pams background is in journalism, and she previously taught at the university level for fifteen years. She and her college professor husband have two sons. Reading is her favorite pastime, and she enjoys being a volunteer youth leader at her church. Pam writes about faith and family at http://pamshanson .blogspot.com. Previous to their partnership, Barbara had twenty-one novels published under her own name. She began her career by writing Sunday school stories and contributing to antiques publications. Currently, she writes a column and articles about collectible postcards. She is the mother of four and the grandmother of eight. Barbara makes her home with Pam and her family in Nebraska.