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The Christkindl's Gift by Kathleen MorganThe Christkindl’s Gift - A Christmas novella

Publisher: Fleming H Revell || ISBN: 0-8007-1871-2

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When Anna Hannack's father-in-law brings home a wounded stranger only days before Christmas, Anna's not happy. Christian charity moves the Hannack family to help the injured man, but the young widow Anna keeps her distance. The tragedies of life have shattered her trust, and she's determined not to let another stranger threaten her family.

Could it be, though, that this rugged Scotsman is actually the gift Anna's young children have asked of the Christ Child this Christmas?

Focus On Fiction's Recommended Christmas fiction book for Christmas 2004!

Reader Reviews:

"If you enjoy a good old-fashioned love story, you won't be able to put this book down. This delightful volume is one you will want to share with friends and family alike." -Baptist Today

"Morgan presents readers with a heart-stirring Christmas treasure." -Romantic Times

"Readers are certain to fall in love with The Christkindl’s Gift" -Vickie McDonough, DancingWord.com
 

oneperfectgiftOne Perfect Gift

Publisher: Fleming H Revell || ISBN: 0-8007-1883-6

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Jessica Ashmore has brought her young daughter to the Colorado high plains in the winter of 1933. A penniless widow, Jessica is hoping for employment as an office nurse. Though the job she wants is no longer available, she is grateful to at least be offered a temporary position taking care of stroke victim Abby MacKay at Culdee Creek Ranch.

Abby's son Sean, an embittered WWI veteran who many view as a coward and deserter, is none-too-pleased with the arrangement--and he doesn't hide it very well.

But Christmas is a time of love and forgiveness, and their antagonism starts to give way to far deeper feelings. Can Sean and Jessica ever hope for a life together? And will they be able to find that one perfect gift?
 

All Good Gifts by Kathleen MorganAll Good Gifts - A Christmas novella

Publisher: Fleming H. Revell || ISBN: 0-8007-1852-6

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Upon the death of her father, successful but jaded plastic surgeon Devra MacKay is summoned home from New York City to Culdee Creek. As her father's only child, Devra is now heir to the prosperous cattle ranch—if she can meet the terms of the will: Agree never to sell the ranch and to make it her permanent home.

Devra is upset with the terms, but the alternative is even worse. If she doesn't meet her father's conditions, the ranch will be given to Logan's friend and foreman, Ross Blackstone, a Christian whom Devra abhors. Torn between her rapidly fading dreams and her determination not to let Ross "win", she takes a sabbatical to decide how to satisfy the terms of the will and still have the life she desires.

As winter settles on the Colorado plains, she and Ross come head to head for Culdee Creek—and Devra's very soul.

Reader Reviews:

"Faith in God is the underlying message in All Good Gifts. Fans of Inspirational romance will be drawn to this book, as will those who have a strong faith of their own." -The Best Reviews

"All Good Gifts' shortness and easy story make for a fast read, but nonetheless, the 21st century version of the Prodigal Son has a profound message. No matter how hard it is, life without love just isn't life." -Huntress Reviews

Embrace the Dawn by Kathleen MorganEmbrace the Dawn

Re-released from Tyndale Publishers, November 2007
ISBN: 1-4143-1366-7

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After barely escaping an abusive marriage, Virginia colonist Killian Campbell swears she'll never allow another man to hurt or control her again. Unfortunately, she and her five-year-old son are now alone in the Scottish Highlands, penniless, and with no way of returning to their plantation in the Virginia colonies. Then, in answer to her prayers, the Lord brings a wind of change in the most unwanted of ways—in the form of yet another troublesome man whose life He places into her hands.

Rumored to have murdered his first wife, Ruarc MacDonald, laird of Rannoch Castle in the valley of Glencoe, has problems aplenty without also taking on those of a strange little foreigner. Still, time and again, fate seems to thrust them together as they fight to survive amidst the feuding, plotting, and hardships of 17th century Highland living.

As an old grudge repeatedly threatens Ruarc's life, his relatives scheme to steal Rannoch, and both he and Killian grapple with their deepest beliefs and fears, storm clouds of political intrigue far beyond Glencoe presage dire retribution for clan MacDonald. Yet even as their carefully built defenses finally succumb to the power of a growing love for each other, the long-feared calamity strikes, threatening to destroy everything. Killian and Ruarc must find a way to stand true through the long, dark night of despair—for their love, honor, and very faith—if they're ever again to Embrace the Dawn.

Winner, 2002 Rose Award for Best Inspirational Romance. Finalist, 2002 Dorothy Parker Awards of Excellence for Mainstream Fiction

Reader Reviews:

"Ms. Morgan brings 17th century Scotland to life with her powerful story about death, deceit, and destruction." -Romantic Times

"Realistic dialogue, a vibrant setting, and powerful narrative all held me entranced from beginning to end. Embrace the Dawn is Ms. Morgan's best story to date." -The Romance Readers' Connection

"Well-written, exciting, and action-packed story. Expect some crossover appeal to fans of Diana Gabaldon's Outlander …especially those who prefer their Highlands action to be clean-cut and faith-based. Recommended for all collections." -Library Journal

"Kathleen Morgan pushes the envelope of emotions with Embrace the Dawn, an uplifting and dramatic tale of two people who never expected to find love again. I can't wait to read the sequel!" -The Word on Romance
 

Consuming Fire by Kathleen MorganConsuming Fire - (Sequel to Embrace the Dawn)

Re-released from Tyndale Publishers, November 2007
ISBN: 1-4143-1367-5

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Betrayed by her father, assaulted by her betrothed, and deceived by the one man who holds her heart.

Scottish Highlands, 1694

In one brief meeting, a stranger destroys Maggie Robertson’s hopes for her future, threatening everything she has worked so hard to build. Instead of committing herself to a life of prayer and worship, she finds herself enmeshed once again in her father’s self-serving schemes.

Adam Campbell sees a web of deceit, dishonor, and betrayal spin out before him. Yet, by whatever means necessary, he must bring Maggie Robertson home to fulfill her father’s plans. Even if he must place his own integrity in jeopardy.

Their lives are bound by circumstances. Their hearts are united in love. But only God can save them from the forces threatening to destroy them.

Reader Reviews:

"Strong main and secondary characters make Consuming Fire ...a must read." -Romantic Times

"A compelling romance, powerful faith message, and a story of love and betrayal, Consuming Fire is a must read for those who love a good historical." - DancingWord.com
 

As High As The Heavens by Kathleen MorganAs High As The Heavens

Publisher: Fleming H Revell || ISBN: 0-8007-5816-1

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The year is 1568 and Mary, Queen of Scots, is imprisoned in Lochleven Castle. But Mary’s supporters, including noblewoman Heather Gordon, are planning a daring rescue.

In order to gain entry to the castle, they need to help of one man--a resident of a small cottage in the frigid Highlands who just happens to resemble someone with access to Lochleven.

Heather travels to the cottage as a tutor, determined to train this man to act the part of a nobleman in order to make their scheme a success. But in the close quarters of the cottage there is more afoot than political rebellion. And Heather is soon in danger of losing her heart and her head!

A suspenseful story of deceit and betrayal, love and secrets, this is a book you won’t want to miss.
 

 

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