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A Gingerbread Café Christmas: Christmas at the Gingerbread Café / Chocolate Dreams at the Gingerbread Cafe / Christmas Wedding at the Gingerbread Café


A Gingerbread Café Christmas: Christmas at the Gingerbread Café / Chocolate Dreams at the Gingerbread Cafe / Christmas Wedding at the Gingerbread Café


$5.99


‘…[Rebecca Raisin]‘s a modern Maeve Binchy. If you love books about community life with true-to-life characters in true-to-life situations, delivered with gentle humour and heartfelt emotion, these are for you.’ – Books for Bunny Enjoy the warmth, cupcakes and hot chocolate at The Gingerbread Café… Christmas is the season the Gingerbread Café was made for and Lil has every recipe down, from gingerbread men to cinnamon muffins. So when gorgeous outsider Damon opens a shop opposite The Gingerbread Café in the lead up to Christmas, Lil refuses to let him steal her customers without a fight – no matter how much he makes her heart flutter. When it comes to love, Lil’s never quite got the method right! But as the snow begins to fall, it looks like this time deviating from the recipe might just lead Lil to the magic ingredient she’s been missing all along… This Christmas, curl up with three delicious stories from best-selling author Rebecca Raisin – the ultimate romantic indulgence. Praise for Rebecca Raisin ‘a lovely winter wonderland setting, where things are covered in snow’ – Sam Still Reading ‘will make you laugh and warm your heart.’ – Louisa’s Reviews ‘This one gets an A!’ – Clue Review ‘…simply divine, with stunning writing slipping between being utterly romantic, charming and fun-filled and a little emotional.’ – Reviewed the Book ‘a book that’s sure to leave you feeling all warm and fuzzy inside’ – Paris Baker’s Book Nook ‘drama and romance, but most of all it’s got a more general sweetness and love and happiness that is often hard to find these days.’ – Love Reading Romance ‘fun, quick, festive reads that’ll leave you glowing from within (or in my case a puffy mess).’ – Into the Bookcase ‘…the perfect read to get you in the mood for Christmas and my mouth was watering after reading about all of the delicious-sounding baking.’ – Bookbabblers ‘the sweetest romance novel readers have yet to read!’ – UniversalCreativityInc14 ‘It has everything, from sensational food

How John Norton the Trapper Kept His Christmas


How John Norton the Trapper Kept His Christmas


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I. A cabin. A cabin in the woods. In the cabin a great fireplace piled high with logs, fiercely ablaze. On either side of the broad hearth-stone a hound sat on his haunches, looking gravely, as only a hound in a meditative mood can, into the glowing fire. In the centre of the cabin, whose every nook and corner was bright with the ruddy firelight, stood a wooden table, strongly built and solid. At the table sat John Norton, poring over a book-a book large of size, with wooden covers bound in leather, brown with age, and smooth as with the handling of many generations. The whitened head of the old man was bowed over the broad page, on which one hand rested, with the forefinger marking the sentence. A cabin in the woods filled with firelight, a table, a book, an old man studying the book. This was the scene on Christmas Eve. Outside, the earth was white with snow, and in the blue sky above the snow was the white moon. “It says here,” said the Trapper, speaking to himself, “it says here, ‘Give to him that lacketh, and from him that hath not, withhold not thine hand.’ It be a good sayin’ fur sartin; and the world would be a good deal better off, as I conceit, ef the folks follered the sayin’ a leetle more closely.” And here the old man paused a moment, and, with his hand still resting on the page, and his forefinger still pointing at the sentence, seemed pondering what he had been reading. At last he broke the silence again, saying-”Yis, the world would be a good deal better off, ef the folks in it follered the sayin’;” and then he added, “There’s another spot in I’d orter look at to-night; it’s a good ways furder on, but I guess I can find it. Henry says that the furder on you git in the book, the better it grows, and I conceit the boy may be right; for there be a good deal of murderin’ and fightin’ in the fore part of the book, that don’t make pleasant readin’, and what the Lord wanted to put it in fur is a good deal more than a man without book-larnin’ can understan
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