A McKettrick Christmas

A McKettrick Christmas

eBook - 2008
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Sometimes love is found in the most unexpected of places… Don’t miss this beloved classic from #1 New York Times bestselling author Linda Lael Miller. Lizzie McKettrick is coming home for Christmas. The schoolteacher has a surprise in store for her family—a special young man, Whitley Carson. He might seem a little too interested in the McKettrick money, but Lizzie’s certain Whitley cares for her deep down. Yet fate has a surprise of its own for Lizzie: Dr. Morgan Shane. When their homebound train is halted by a massive avalanche, injuring and stranding its passengers, the handsome doctor takes charge—with Lizzie by his side. Despite their growing bond, Lizzie and Morgan know time is running out. With another avalanche looming and the train’s food supply dwindling, it’s going to be a bleak Christmas Eve. But with faith, hard work and a little extra help from a most unexpected source, they just might find their way home to celebrate a McKettrick family Christmas after all.… Originally published in 2008
Publisher: [S.l.]: HQN Books, 2008.
ISBN: 9781488039539
Characteristics: 384 p.
Additional Contributors: cloudLibrary

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ritapearl55
Dec 02, 2019

As having lived in Hong Kong as missionaries for 2 years, I met a "melting pot," of what the Chinese called Westerners, including Americans, New Zealanders, Aussies, Canadians & of course those from the United Kingdom. Many of these amazing friends use the terms, ":Happy Chrissie," instead of Merry Christmas. We can learn a lot about different life styles & cultures & yet, as Christians, we ALL are Family...brothers & sisters in the Body of Christ. We need to respect the property of the library, especially books & only mark up ones that we have purchased, starting with our Bibles! May God's Blessings be upon ALL & let us celebrate thje birth of our King!

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jolymac
Jan 04, 2019

I enjoyed this story.
I have a comment to other readers. Why do some readers feel the need to correct what they view as spelling/grammatical errors in a book - IN INK? Apparently, one reader of the copy of the book I read even took issue with wishing someone a 'Happy Christmas'. This reader crossed out Happy and wrote Merry.
If you own a book, it's fine to write all over it but these aren't your books and I think it's very rude to mark them up.

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dabeling
Mar 16, 2018

This was a good read because it was a great story. It had Christmas spirit and showed how humanity can do good deeds. I really liked Mr. Christian and the gang. Well.....most of them anyway. lol I'd highly recommend this book.

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