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Head to the majestic Northwest where logging history comes to life in four Christmas romances. Insecurity brings a logger and a young woman together, but will a “perfect” sister tear them apart? Will the dangers of the woods derail a young couple’s hopes and their chance at love? Amid town gossip, can a work-focused sawmiller win the heart of a prim-and-proper heiress? Will second thoughts have a sentimental girl and a hardhearted carpenter losing love? Find the answers in this heartwarming holiday collection.

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    A bit of yes and no!

    This collection was really hit or miss for me. The first short story suffered from an annoying heroine. Anna Wilkin was a silly little kid and it was unbelievable that a grown man would be interested. I think she was meant to be free-spirited and charming, but she came across as simply immature and childish and there was no logical match there. I would much rather have read about her elder sister, Kathleen, and her romance with Garrick actually! The next two pairings were very believable for me, and actually would have been quite nice to have a longer, more in-depth look at them! I would give them a four for hero and heroine that worked, but not five because the short space given means any romantic development is, by necessity, quite rushed. The final story hovered in between the others, at a three.

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    A Cascades Christmas

    It was so nice to read a story set in Washington. I miss the trees and now I go to Lowes lr Home Depot to smell the trees, Christmas of course. I cclose my eyes and think of home.


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