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By Virginia Henley, Brenda Joyce, Fern Michaels, Jo Goodman

A variety of vacation romances from 4 renowned authors encompasses Virginia Henley's novella "Christmas Eve," "The Miracle" by means of Brenda Joyce, Jo Goodman's "My real Love," and "A vibrant crimson Ribbon" via Fern Michaels. unique.

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Patience she had in abundance—much more for animals than humans—but these days, time was in short supply. Eve was totally preoccupied with her thoughts and as a consequence, she paid little attention to where she walked. She was going in the general direction of the house and when she saw a clearing where the trees thinned out, she crossed it. Suddenly, a crack like a rifle-shot rent the air and Eve felt the ground give way beneath her. She cried out in alarm, not knowing what was happening. Then ice-cold water closed over her head.

He ordered sternly. Clint's mind flashed about like mercury. He knew if the ice wouldn't support her, it would never hold him. He remembered seeing a long wooden ladder in the garage. He had rope in his truck; he never travelled without it. The danger was two-fold: she could drown or she could die from hypothermia. He would try to rescue her with rope and ladder. If that failed, he would have to go in after her. Clint preferred to keep his clothing dry. He knew he would need to keep himself warm during the long night that loomed ahead.

That's all right, Eve. " Two Eve lit up a cigarette. She was trying to stop smoking, but tended to reach for one when she was annoyed. Clint frowned. " He refused to lecture her. By twelve-thirty they reached Ludington, a thriving tourist port in the summertime but quiet in winter. Two hours was terrific time in adverse weather conditions. Clint stopped at a service station for gas; Eve used the ladies room. " he asked. The town had two good restaurants, but both were closed for Christmas week.

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