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Western Christmas Wishes
Brenda Minton
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Western Christmas Wishes

4.33  ·  Rating details ·  6 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Two tales of holiday homecoming.

Spend the holidays with familyin these two Western novellas!

Home is where the heart is in His Christmas Family when Laurel Adams comes home and discovers a foster kid and a seriously charming horse trainer living on her grandmother’s ranch. And in A Merry Wyoming Christmas, single mom Leann Bowden is starting over when she and her daughter a
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Expected publication: November 1st 2019 by Love Inspired
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Pam Graber
Aug 26, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Two stories in one volume!
In "His Christmas Family" Laurel Adams returns to Hope, Oklahoma, a place she never wanted to return to. She and her mother left town when she was nine. The objects of gossip and condemnation, Laurel has resented the town that rejected her as a child so she has no desire to go there, let alone stay. Unfortunately, her grandmother, Gladys, needs her help. She has taken on the guardianship of her 13-year-old grandniece, and doesn't want to lose her to the foster care sys
Amary Chapman
Sep 09, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Christian Holiday Romances
His Christmas Family - Brenda Minton
Laurel Adams is reluctantly back in town because of her grandmother's injury. When she was growing up here, being the child of an unwed mother brought her lots of negative attention. Her plans were to take care of the things she was asked and get back to Chicago, but she was lacking information...lots of it.
Her grandmother was desperate that teenage Rose, abandoned by a drug addicted mother stay, but foster care wanted her in a hom
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Brenda Minton lives, procrastinates, writes, drinks coffee, raises her kids and is wife to her husband, in the Ozarks.

Okay, now to first person because a third person bio sounds like someone else wrote it about me, and is just license to create flowery prose about myself.

I grew up on a farm in the Ozarks. It was long ago and far away, in a land before cable TV, video games and the internet. To pas