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Christmas Belles of Georgia

3.95  ·  Rating Details  ·  81 Ratings  ·  24 Reviews
They were sisters once—identical quadruplets—given up for adoption at birth. Now each receives a letter advising her to claim her inheritance and the family she never knew. . .at Christmas. Holly feels betrayed when she learns she’s adopted, while Carol prays for a loving family. Starr thinks it’s all a hoax, and Noelle needs a break from a hopeless situation. There are mo ...more
Kindle Edition, 352 pages
Published September 1st 2011 by Barbour Books
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Paula  Phillips
Mar 11, 2012 Paula Phillips rated it really liked it
It's Christmas time in Georgia and four very different girls with two things in common are about to all recieve a letter that will change their lives forever and realise that there are things in their pasts that no-one has told them and things that they have believed are now a lie. Four girls all living with different people, different status of lives etc are about to recieve a letter from a law firm telling them all about their birth families and that they are in fact part of a set of identical ...more
Laura
Dec 05, 2011 Laura rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Title: CHRISTMAS BELLES OF GEORGIA
Authors: Jeanie Smith Cash, Rose Allen McCauley, Jeri Odell, Debra Ullrick
Publisher: Barbour Books
September 2011
ISBN: 978-1-61626-480-2
Genre: Inspirational/contemporary/romance

Four sisters, identical quadruplets, find out they are adopted and heirs to a historical plantation.

Christmas in Dixie by Jeanie Smith Cash—Holly Davenport is shocked when she receives a letter in the mail sharing the news that she’s adopted and an heiress. She travels to Monticello, Georg
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Tracy Krauss
Jul 28, 2012 Tracy Krauss rated it really liked it
Christmas Belles of Georgia
This book is actually four novellas written by four different authors that are woven together into one story. Although each section has its own flavor, there is still a sense of unity among the whole. Each story begins with a letter from a Georgina law firm to one of four separate women. Unknown to each of them, they are actually identical quadruplets born to a young unwed mother who died shortly after their delivery. The girls were subsequently put up for adoption, an
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Paula-O
Dec 08, 2013 Paula-O rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
4 Authors write Christmas Belles of Georgia
Jeanie Smith Cash.."Christmas in Dixie"

Holly finds out at Christmas time that she is one of a set of quads that had been given up for adoption at birth and it rocks her world. She is to travel to Monticello Ga on Christmas day to learn of her inheritance and to see her sisters(identical sisters). What a shock, How do you think you would have handled this situation? what would your feelings have been to not only learn that you were adopted but one of a s
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Delia
Jan 26, 2012 Delia rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I had a wonderful time spending a few hours with the Christmas Belles of Georgia.

A four-in-one collection, this Christmas anthology is the story of four sisters—identical quadruplets—who were separated and put up for adoption as infants. When they're notified shortly before their twenty-fifth birthdays that they've inherited property in Georgia that includes a large, old antebellum mansion, not all of the girls are even aware that they were adopted. The will stipulates that all four of the siste
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Angela Breidenbach
Christmas Belles of Georgia is a fun, very sweet read. The story visits four different ways adoptive families handle the concept of adoption. Quads adopted into very different families learn to cope with their new family experience when each of them find out they have three other sisters. It's fun to read short novellas where each of the sisters find love and an acceptance of who they are even though they're adopted. Satisfying ending. I'd been wondering how they'd split the inheritance successf ...more
Debra Collins
Nov 25, 2011 Debra Collins rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Christmas Belles of Georgia is such a wonderful collection of stories by four amazing authors, Jeanie Smith Cash, Rose Allen McCauley, Jeri Odell, and Debra Ullrick.
Could you imagine receiving a letter one day out of the blue from an attorenys office, not only informing you that you were adopted, but you were one of four identical quadruplets? Well, that's exactly what happened to Holly, Carol, Starr, and Noel.
If you love christmas stories as much as I do, you'll love these four novellas they
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April Gardner
Nov 28, 2011 April Gardner rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This Christmas anthology held special interest for me, since I live just an hour or so away from the setting, which by the way, is nicely woven in. It's a sweet, holiday spirit filled book that will make you smile and laugh. Since I read it the day after Thanksgiving, it was the perfect avenue to launch me into the holidays. My favorite was Nick's Christmas Carol because of the unique gift-giving idea it inspired me to consider.
Barbara
This was really four separate stories written under one cover. That being said, I did not like the first story. It was the reading level of a grade schooler and very predictable. The other three stories were interesting. The ending was so sudden that I was disappointed that there wasn't more. More could have been written about how all the girls lived out their lives after finding one another.
Deborah Malone
Dec 09, 2011 Deborah Malone rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I won't go into a lot of detail about each story because others have done that. But four writers have taken a story each in telling the stories of four sisters separated at birth. Each author has their style of writing, but it fits together nicely. Debut author Rose McCauley's story was my favorite. If you love romance and you love Christmas then this combination will please you.
Deborha Mitchell
I truly enjoyed reading Christmas Belles of Georgia. Each section tells the story of a different lady and her reaction to learning that she was adopted and that she has 3 sisters; identical quads. Each writer did a great job capturing the emotions and scenes of each section. It all came together wonderfully at the end. Nicely done, ladies.
Kristi
Aug 02, 2014 Kristi rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
My husbands grandmother game me this book to read. Its a wonderful inspirational romance. Plus it will bring you closer to God. Everytime I read this book it makes my heart burst because its just so sweet. I love it.
Valarie N
Nov 14, 2013 Valarie N rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Girls & Women of all ages
4 great Authors, 4 wonderful, fun love stories, about 4 very different sisters (identical quadruplets) separated and adopted as newborns. Romance with good Christian values! I didn't want to put it down!
Phyllis Swain
Jan 09, 2014 Phyllis Swain rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
4 different stories about 4 identical sisters who do not the others exist. I enjoyed getting to know each of them and how they deal with the discovery.
Carissa
Nov 13, 2011 Carissa rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2011-reviews
I love that it was one story with four individual stories.
Kristina Jo
So my grandmother got this for me for Christmas last year. It's kind of a cool premise: quadruplets separated at birth and reconnecting when their gramma "dies." And then each story was written by a different author. I wasn't thrilled, though, because each novella was so short that I found the relationships that developed hard to believe. They were all "love at first sight;" they all got engaged within months of meeting (except for the pair that pretty much skipped engagement, having known each ...more
Virginia
I read this book on a loooooooonnnnnnggggg flight across the country, and enjoyed it a lot! Each of the 4 stories about these quadruplets separated as infants was appealing in its own way. I felt for Holly when she discovered she was adopted. Carol's sad home situation made me sad, and the resolution brought tears to my eyes. Starr is skeptical, and I enjoyed watching her relationship with Camden develop. And Noel is the perfect Texan rancher's daughter. What fun seeing her rope and saddle her f ...more
Ane Mulligan
Sep 22, 2014 Ane Mulligan rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Reading the Christmas Belles of Georgia is like finding ribbon candy in your stocking on Christmas morning—delightfully satisfying. I thoroughly enjoyed this book!
April Suter
Oct 13, 2014 April Suter rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Four short stories that tell the tale of four girls separated at birth that come together for Christmas.
Becky
Mar 08, 2016 Becky rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Really a 2 1/2 but good escape stories. 4 stories in one book. Kindle book.
Amy
Nov 07, 2014 Amy rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is such a lovely book!!
Destiny
I did enjoy this book but it was a little to predictable for my taste.
Nora St Laurent
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Cherry-Ann
How could four reasonable authors come together to write such trite?
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