3 Talented Women, 3 Christmas Romances Return to Christmases of yesteryear with three women who use their sewing talents to succeed in the late 1800s. But can love also be stitched into their lives? A SEAMLESS LOVE by Judith Miller 1888 - Pullman, Illinois Hannah Cooper possesses a special talent for embroidered fancywork and design which secures her a position in the Dressmaking and Millinery Shop in the Pullman Arcade near Chicago. There she encounters childhood friend Daniel Price who is disappointed to learn Hannah is being courted by a Chicago businessman. With two men vying for her attention, will Hannah seek God's direction or ignore the warning signs He sets before her? PIN'S PROMISE by Nancy Moser 1906 - Summerfield, England Penelope (Pin) Billings and Jonathan Evers have loved each other since they were children, promising to one day get officially engaged. Both have distinct talents: Pin for sewing dresses and teaching others to sew, and Jonathan-a doctor right out of school-for helping the people of the village. As they become adults and the time to fulfill their promise seems right, a tragic event pulls them apart, making both question their future. Will they discover they are stronger together than apart? MENDED HEARTS by Stephanie Grace Whitson 1890 - Nebraska Rachel Ellsworth has always been encouraged to pursue her passion for art. She looks forward to taking the Grand Tour on her honeymoon and experiencing the great museums of Europe. But when tragedy strikes, Rachel's plans are put on hold and she is forced to stay with two maiden aunts in a small Nebraska town where the most exciting things that ever happen are quilting bees and the county fair. Rachel expects her stay in Lost Creek to be temporary-until a letter from home changes everything. How can a budding artist who loves the big city expect to find happiness in the middle of nowhere?
by Judith Mccoy Miller, Nancy Moser, Stephanie Grace Whitson
by Judith Mccoy Miller
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