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Abington Community Library FICTION MACOMBE (Text) 50687011693119 Stacks Checked Out 11/02/2020

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  • ISBN: 9780778308218
  • ISBN: 0778308219
  • Physical Description: 315 pages ; 17 cm.
  • Publisher: Toronto, Ontario : Harlequin Enterprises, Limited, 2019.

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General Note:
The Christmas basket first published in 2002.
Let it snow first published in 1986.
Formatted Contents Note:
The Christmas basket -- Let it snow.
Summary, etc.:
The Christmas Basket: More than ten years ago, high-school sweethearts Noelle McDowell and Thomas Sutton planned to elope--but then he jilted her. This Christmas, Noelle is home to celebrate, and she and Thom discover they are still in love. Now only the decades-old rivalry between their mothers stands in the way of a second chance together.
Let It Snow: When Shelly Griffin's plane is rerouted due to weather, she's stuck sharing the last available rental car with Slade Garner. She's not immediately convinced she likes him, but she sure is attracted to him! All those hours they spend together show her that this is a man who could change her life. Shelly's special gift that she's bringing her dad might turn out to be a son-in-law!
Subject: Interpersonal confrontation > Fiction.
Women > Fiction.
Families > Fiction.
Adult children > Fiction.
Forgiveness > Fiction.
Blizzards > Fiction.
Domestic fiction.
Romance fiction.
Christmas stories.
Oregon > Fiction.
Genre: Domestic fiction.
Romance fiction.
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