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One Christmas Knight (The Sisters Waskowitz #1)

3.75  ·  Rating Details ·  36 Ratings  ·  9 Reviews
Away in a...truck stop?


Okay, maybe driving solo cross-country in her eighth month wasn't the most brilliant idea Mirabella Waskowitz had ever had. And maybe she should have turned back when she heard the blizzard warnings. But the feisty mom-to-be certainly didn't need advice from that strapping Southern trucker who kept crossing her path....

ebook, 256 pages
Published July 15th 2011 by Harlequin Treasury - Silhouette Intimate Moments (first published November 1st 1997)
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One Christmas Knight is a sweet, gentle romance that was analogous to the biblical story of Mary and Joseph. It features an “immaculate” conception and a heroine who is stranded by a snowstorm in a town filled with other travelers and “no room at the inn.” Ultimately, she gives birth on Christmas night in the back of a semi-truck named The Blue Starr with no one to help but the hero. This was yet another of the love-at-first-sight stories that seem to be so common in the
One Christmas Knight had a heroine who could be quite frustrating with her need for controlling everything but despite that I couldn't completely dislike her.

Mirabella Waskowitz is eight months pregnant and hopelessly behind in reaching her parent's place. Mirabella wasn't always pretty in her teenage years and that made her grow a chip as far as men are concerned and she likes being all dignified and now after all careful planning she realizes there isn't anything dignified about giving birth
Dec 19, 2014 Kathy rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Wonderful Christmas story despite being glaringly dated - like getting on line, e-mail being was in its infancy, and cell phones were not ubiquitous accessories. This almost sounds like a good thing now that I think about it. I loved Jimmy Joe to pieces - his love for his son, his closeness to his mom and siblings, that he's the epitome of a 'Southern gentleman' without falling into any stereotypical trappings, and especially the way he cares about and for Mirabelle. It was a great way to end a ...more
Dec 31, 2012 Tia rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
For some reason this novel was a bit weird for me but I still enjoyed it. The heroine got impregnated via test tube and went into labor on the highway where our hero was a big rig driver. He delivered her baby and they fell in love. Happy ending!
This is exactly the kind of sentimental goo I love to read during the Christmas season. My regular critic will return in January.
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Nov 26, 2010 Gemma rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
I bought this book because I loved Kathleen Creighton's Christmas novella, THE MYSTERIOUS GIFT found in Silhouette Christmas Stories 1990 collection. Since I love Christmas romance, I figured a full-length novel by the same author would be a sure thing.

But I was a bit disappointed in ONE CHRISTMAS KNIGHT. While I have no problem with an older woman/younger man premise, the author harped on their age difference so much that it started to bug me. The heroine is nearly a decade older than the hero
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Lynette Chambers
My sister, Kathy, introduced me to this book. I loved the story line and the authors writing style! It's one of those books you don't want to put down. However, it could have benefited from a good editing. There were a lot of misspelled words throughout that became distracting at points in the novel. I'd still read it again, though. It was that good.
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