s tonight when it comes to books. One bargain collection. At least it has three stories.
Hardman Holidays: Three Sweet Historical Holiday Romances
Looking for an old west fairy tale wrapped up in a sweet holiday romance?
This boxed set contains three full-length historical romances from the Hardman Holidays series including The Christmas Bargain, The Christmas Token, and The Christmas Calamity. Wholesome and heartwarming, each book offers messages of love and faith, family and hope, with plenty of humor and Christmas cheer.
♥ The Christmas Bargain – Luke Granger might own Hardman’s bank and the fanciest house in the Eastern Oregon town, but he’d much rather be outside riding his horses or wrangling his herd of cattle than keeping his account books straight. In a strange, unsettling turn of events, he hesitantly accepts a farmer’s daughter instead of money to cover a loan. If the man hadn’t threatened to sell her to the saloon owner, Luke would have refused to take her. He has no idea what to do with shy, lovely Filly or their marriage of convenience, but he’s about to get far more than he bargained for.
♥ The Christmas Token – Blake Stratton enjoys a simple existence in the small western town of Hardman as a carpenter. With honest work and loyal friends, his life is nearly perfect, at least until the day Ginny Granger arrives, setting him on his ear and upending his life. Infuriated by her meddling presence, he’s further exasperated to discover he isn’t immune to her considerable charms.
♥ The Christmas Calamity – Dependable and solid, Arlan Guthry relishes his orderly life as a banker’s assistant in the small town of Hardman, Oregon. He has good friends, a great job, and the possibility of marriage to the town’s schoolteacher. His uncluttered world tilts off kilter when the beautiful and enigmatic prestidigitator Alexandra Janowski arrives in town, spinning magic and trouble in her wake as the holiday season approaches.
The wind is going crazy out there tonight. Things are banging around and it sounds like the roof could come off.
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m sure it wont but it has me worried sometimes.
It is time for lights out. I will sleep through the noise and what I don`t hear won t hurt me.
The apostrophe has gone crazy again and the font keeps changing on me so I will skip them all together. Maybe spell check will put them back in. It is always a surprise when things change.
Well, preview shows the crazy font that I haven`t figured out how to fix aside from tricking it sometimes. No time for that tonight. Oh well.