A Stockingful of Joy by Jill Barnett

By Jill Barnett

Simply in time for the Christmas season--four of romance's best-loved writers give a contribution undying, passionate tales created in particular for this assortment! Bestselling authors Jill Barnett, Mary Jo Putney, Justine Dare, and Susan King set the pages on hearth with love, as those beautiful tales catch the real spirit of this unique time of 12 months!

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A Stockingful of Joy

Simply in time for the Christmas season--four of romance's best-loved writers give a contribution undying, passionate tales created particularly for this assortment! Bestselling authors Jill Barnett, Mary Jo Putney, Justine Dare, and Susan King set the pages on fireplace with love, as those beautiful tales trap the genuine spirit of this specified time of 12 months!

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He asked as the horses waded through snowdrifts. "Their mother died when Tomas was born three years ago," Catriona said. "She was my second cousin. Their father was a farmer. " "I am their only kin here, except for Uncle Hugh. " She sighed, shook her head. "Patrick is fifteen, and he and Angus think themselves old enough to watch over the younger ones. They have hunted and fished for their food and protected the children, and they have done well so far, but—" She shrugged. "But the winter will be hard for them," Kenneth said.

She drew a breath. "The Glenran Frasers are well known for fearlessness and clever raiding. " "We will not take Kilernan by force," Callum said. " He handed the brooch back to her. Catriona pinned it to her plaid. "Let us help you some other way," Callum said. "Lachlann Fraser promised whatever I needed," she said. "Lachlann did not promise to kill MacDonalds for you," someone said in a precise, deep tone; she noticed that the dark-haired man standing in the shadows spoke. His frowning gaze pierced hers.

Finally she embraced a little red-haired girl, kissed her soundly, and turned to Kenneth. " He blinked at her, while the children laughed loudly, and Catriona smiled. He looked around, hardly able to take in the din, the laughter, and the jostling and giggling of six, seven, eight children in all, seven boys and one girl. " he asked uncertainly. She laughed sweetly, like a small bell. "Well," she said. "I wish they were mine. But they are my cousins, and… they have been orphaned. This is Kenneth Fraser," she told the children.

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