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Holiday Hope: Love Has Much to Give in Two Stories from the 1940s

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Who doesn't love the Christmas season, and who can resist a heart-touching romance? With romance and Christmas combined, readers won't be able to stop at just one story--"and priced under $5, they'll not hesitate to buy more than one collection. So delight your romance readers with a brand-new selection of Christmas 2-in-l story collections. Snuggle up with
Paperback, 224 pages
Published September 1st 2005 by Barbour Publishing (first published 2005)
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Loraine
A patchwork quilt is the thread that ties these four wonderful faithfilled Christmas romance stories together. It begins with a young woman who lost everything in a fire in the early 1900's and is blessed with a beautiful homemade quilt when she marries. The quilt is then passed on to three more families through the years until modern times. Each time the quilt plays an important role in reminding someone of both the earthly love and heavenly love with which they are surrounded.
Jenny
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Angel
Patchwork Holiday is a Christian book that has four short stories that connect to each other. There is this quilt that get`s passed on to four different people that need uplifted because they are struggling with life and the quilt comforts them. I bought this book at a used book store and didn`t realize it was a Christian book when i bought it. I`m not a Christian but i enjoyed this book. I liked that the four stories connected together.
Amy
This is an awesome tale of a "traveling" quilt sent across generations to those who need it and God's love. I love it when stories are all tied together.
Susan
Four couples receive the patchwork quilt at a time when their lives are filled with despair. There's a warmth sewn into the quilt that brings hope.
Susan
This is a great book, I found on our sharing books bookshelf at church. Four different authors wrote stories that are connected by a quilt.
Mim
It is amazing how each author weaves a great story and follows a particular quilt to each generation.
Sara
One story in this book doesn't seem all that possible but it was a good book to escape to.
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