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by Rochelle Alers

  • ISBN: 1583148132
  • Author: Rochelle Alers
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  • Rating: 4.6 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 512
  • Publisher: Harlequin Kimani Arabesque; Original edition (September 26, 2006)
  • Formats: rtf lit mbr docx
  • Category: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Short Stories & Anthologies
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A season of miracles. Sherpherd moon; Byrd, Adrianne.

A season of miracles. Wishing on a Starr; Perrin, Kayla. Blind faith; Sims, Janice.

A Season of Miracles book. Shepherd Moon by Rochelle Alers Tragedy forced Rhianna Campbell to leave the small town of Shepherd, New York, for Los Angeles

A Season of Miracles book. Shepherd Moon by Rochelle Alers Tragedy forced Rhianna Campbell to leave the small town of Shepherd, New York, for Los Angeles. Years later she returns to find an angry Emery Sutherland, her former fianc�'s brother, who resents her for having left after his twin brother and parents were killed in an auto accident on Christmas Eve. Can Emery find a way to forgive Rhianna? An Shepherd Moon by Rochelle Alers Tragedy forced Rhianna Campbell to leave the small town of Shepherd, New York, for Los Angeles.

THE SEASON OF MIRACLES is a Christmas Anthology filled with promise and hope. Rochelle Alers leads off with Shepherd Moon. In it, Emery and Rhianna finally bring closure to the death of his twin brother as they rediscover their feelings for each other. Grab a cup of eggnog, get comfortable on the couch and experience the joy of holiday love. This one will delight the heart. Adrianne Byrd comes next with the thoroughly enchanting Wishing on a Starr.

Shepherd Moon by Rochelle Alers Tragedy forced Rhianna Campbell to leave the small town of Shepherd, New . It was a struggle until I read A Season of Miracles. I started the book and before I knew it I could feel myself smiling and just feeling good about everything.

It was a struggle until I read A Season of Miracles. This book made me believe in miracles again but most of all the miracle of a better tomorrow. It makes you feel so good inside and you cannot help but feel a little sad when you come to the last page, as you feel as if you are leaving behind friends you have come to know and care about.

After his wife walked out on him and his son, veternarian Ryan Blackstone swore never to love again. He'd tried to dislike beautiful Kelly Andrews-the teacher hired to run Blackstone Farms Day School-on general principle, but failed. And it wasn't long before the sultry widow had ignited a firestorm of emotion that was burning a sensuous trail. straight to his heart Ryan had shattered Kelly's visions of a lonely future since that first mind-bending, knee-weakening kiss. Before she knew it, he was oh-so-close to tearing down her defenses.

The Augsburg Book of Miracles (also known simply as The Book of Miracles) is an illustrated manuscript made in Augsburg in Germany in the 16th century. Based on watermarks on some of the pages, the frequency with which events in Augsburg and its environs appear and the naming of Augsburg artist and printmaker Hans Burgkmair within it, it has been concluded that the manuscript was most likely produced in Augsburg.

The Long Hot SummerVeterinarian Ryan Blackstone has a chip on his shoulder that keeps him firmly unattached. He's got a young son he adores, a legacy and a family to be proud of. He's not looking for anything else

The Long Hot SummerVeterinarian Ryan Blackstone has a chip on his shoulder that keeps him firmly unattached. He's not looking for anything else. And the last thing on Kelly Andrews's mind is romance when she accepts a job at the famous Blackstone stud farm. But when she meets sexy Ryan, she begins to question her resolve to remain faithful to her deceased husband's memory

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Free books to read or listen online in a convenient form, a large collection, the best authors and series. All proceeds benefit battered women's shelters. Note that for those who prefer reading books in all-in-one form, each trio of novellas will also be compiled as a completed box set once all three are done.

Alers at the 2009 Brooklyn Book Festival. Rochelle Alers was born on August 7, 1943 in Manhattan, New York, where she was also raised. Shepherd Moon" in A Season of Miracles (with Adrianne Byrd, Kayla Perrin and Janice Sims) 2005/10. 1943-08-07) August 7, 1943 (age 75) New York City. Rochelle Alers was born on August 7, 1943 in Manhattan, New York, where she was also raised Alers began writing her first novel in 1984, after a decade of reading romance novels. Beyond Business with Apache Nights by Sheri Whitefeather 2006/09.

Shepherd Moon by Rochelle AlersTragedy forced Rhianna Campbell to leave the small town of Shepherd, New York, for Los Angeles. Years later she returns to find an angry Emery Sutherland, her former fiancé's brother, who resents her for having left after his twin brother and parents were killed in an auto accident on Christmas Eve. Can Emery find a way to forgive Rhianna? And will these two ever find love in this holiest of seasons?Wishing on a Starr by Adrianne ByrdFor Gia Hunter, Christmas usually brings unhappy memories. Seventeen years ago her husband was killed in combat. As a teenage mother and widow, she was forced to give up their infant daughter, Starr. In a twist of fate, Starr's adoptive father, Daniel Davis, and Gia have a chance encounter while Christmas shopping, and are smitten with each other. But complications arise when Starr, who has been searching for her biological mother, tries to set Gia up with her widowed adoptive father.Blind Faith by Kayla PerrinTrapped for days in her car when it careens off an isolated stretch of road outside of Buffalo, New York, Andrea Dawson has already said her prayers and fallen asleep. Suddenly, she is awakened by a blinding light—not from the great beyond, but rather a flashlight held by her sexy savior, Mark Potter. With both of them looking for something to believe in, has fate brought them together for a reason?A Christmas Serenade by Janice SimsCallie Hart can't think of many reasons to feel grateful this Thanksgiving. She's just lost her job as an editor at an Atlanta magazine, and now, traveling home to her family in Charleston, South Carolina, she's got a flat tire. Out of nowhere, a tall, handsome stranger appears to help her. After thanking him, Callie doesn't expect to see him again. But Callie's mother has a plan to bring her closer to home—one that may give a surprising boost to Callie's romantic luck.
Comments (7)

invasion
"Wishing on a Star" by Andrianne Byrd

I start reading this book this morning and I could not put it down. This story is so well written that It will make you laugh & cry. I fell in love with Daniel. I would recommend that everybody buy the book, and you will be BLESS. This story make you believe in MIRACLES.
Ice_One_Guys
This book was super!! It should open eyes for those of us that think that love is lost. This book will definitely put you back on track!!!!!
Ranenast
There are four enchanting stories which will enhance the real meaning of the season and the blessing of miracles.

"Shepherd Moon" by Rochelle Alers tells of Rhianna, a young woman who fled her hometown when her fiancé was killed in an automobile accident. The face of his twin brother was too painful a reminder of what she had lost. Ten years later Rhianna returns home because of a family illness and runs into her fiancé's twin brother and also her past. Now Rhianna can bring closure to her loss and accept the real reason she fled Shepherd, New York.

"Wishing on a Starr" by Adrianne Byrd shares the turmoil seventeen-year-old Gia suffered when she became a widow and a single mother in a matter of months. But Gia never saw her daughter, her aunt saw to that. The loss of her child forced Gia to leave Talboton, GA for New York City. Almost fourteen years later Gia still longs for her child and wants to do something about it. In a crowded department store, Gia bumps into Daniel Davis and his thirteen- year-old daughter, Starr. There is an immediate attraction between the two, and an answer to a wish even Gia could not have imagined.

"Blind Faith" by Kayla Perrin revisits Andrea and Mark, a couple who ended their relationship because Mark was snubbed by Andrea's parents. Years later Andrea's family has fallen on hard times, but Mark has excelled and is an entrepreneur. Their chance meeting is cordial but strained, still Mark is intrigued. An impromptu visit, a near fatal accident, and some blind faith are what Mark needed to propel him past his hesitancy about capturing his holiday miracle.

My favorite, "A Christmas Serenade" by Janice Simms, brings a world traveled concert pianist back to his roots in Charleston, South Carolina in search of himself. The best friend of his deceased mother welcomes him with open arms and southern hospitality. But this motherly matchmaker offers Jack so much more. She shares information about his parents and tapes of performances by her daughter, Callie. Callie is also a pianist, a blues singer and a magazine editor. When Callie and Jack meet the holiday suddenly feels and sounds majestic. But Callie is afraid that the difference between their respective backgrounds may be a problem.

THE SEASON OF MIRACLES is a Christmas Anthology filled with promise and hope. Grab a cup of eggnog, get comfortable on the couch and experience the joy of holiday love. This one will delight the heart.

Reviewed by aNN

of The RAWSISTAZ™ Reviewers
hulk
There are times when you read a book at just the right time in your life and this is one of those books and times. Hurricane Katrina took so much away from Biloxi MS, but more than anything material, it took away the hope and spirit of so many, myself included. The holiday season started out so bleakly and I admit that I just wanted it to be over, but when you have children you know you have to find the strength to make it as wonderful as possible. It was a struggle until I read A Season of Miracles. I started the book and before I knew it I could feel myself smiling and just feeling good about everything. This book made me believe in miracles again but most of all the miracle of a better tomorrow. It makes you feel so good inside and you cannot help but feel a little sad when you come to the last page, as you feel as if you are leaving behind friends you have come to know and care about. This book is a miracle in itself and one which I will read over and over again.
Fesho
Rarely does a book come along that makes you believe in Love and Miracles as this one. Four awesome authors tell incredible and different stories of Love, Christmas and Miracles. Rochelle Alers' Shepherd's Moon,tells of finding true love in the strangest of places after tragedy. Adrianne Byrd's WISHING ON A STAR,tells of a woman,who as a teenager was widowed and forced to give up her daughter for adoption, seventeen years later she meets a man who has a daughter that wants to meet her birth mother and the wish on a Christmas star they both make will bring tears to your eyes and joy to your heart. Kayla Perrin's Blind Faith brings a miracle in a snowstorm, and Janice Sims' Christmas Serenade brings music to your ears and a couple together for the Holidays.

This was a wonderful book that you will want to read as many times as you can, not only during the holidays.
Jaiarton
Get ready for four romantic tales from four awesome authors. Rochelle Alers leads off with Shepherd Moon. In it, Emery and Rhianna finally bring closure to the death of his twin brother as they rediscover their feelings for each other. Adrianne Byrd comes next with the thoroughly enchanting Wishing on a Starr. Then, Kayla Perrin features two estranged lovers in Blind Faith. The last story is A Christmas Serenade by Janice Sims. I have to admit this was my favorite. Fate intervenes and connects two musicians (Jack and Callie). Their devotion to their music is surpassed only by the love they come to find in each other. This is definitely the book to get you through the Christmas holiday. Grab a copy and a cup of cocoa, then curl up for a great read!
Moogura
I thought the 4 authors did a wonderful job of pulling all the stories together. I especially loved the story by Rochelle Alers, since I am such a fan of hers anyway, I knew this would be good. The stories all gave lines of busines that you normally wouldn't think of African Americans dealing in which in itself was a nice foray from the norm.
I read this book in December 2011 and loved every moment of it. A good holiday book and a fire with a blanket is the best, especially with these 3 stories that will help bring out the love in you at Christmas time!

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