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Christmas is the most popular season of the year, full of expectancy and promise, a sense of giving and receiving. We know it involves more than going to the mall, but it's still too easy to remain deaf to the frequent complaints about materialism or consumerism so often tied to this time of year. Christmas Grace: Crazy Gifts aims to explore that deeper meaning of the season through a series of reflections on the popular folk carol "The Twelve Days of Christmas." A great reference for those of us open to and eager for spirituality but, possibly less so, "religion." The spirituality here is playful and serious, imaginative and historic. While reminding us that Christmas is indeed about Christ (and not just shopping), it's also about love... and so much more. Christmas Grace: Crazy Gifts triggers our imaginations in attempting to make sense of the popular folk song, drawing connections to mainstream and independent non-secular thought with a special emphasis on the generosity of God's own gifts to us. A great daily devotional for those looking to observe each of the twelve days of Christmas.
New York City at Christmas and a visit to Tiffany s is a recipe to sweep a girl off her feet unless fate has other plans . . . When Ethan Greene lost his wife, he never thought he would be able to replace her, until one woman stepped in and showed him how to be happy again. Now, on a romantic Christmas trip to New York City, he has a plan to show Vanessa just how important she is to him and maybe even to give his daughter, Daisy, a complete family again. He s going to propose with a perfect ring from Tiffany s. A sweetly sentimental romance about twists of fate. Booklist Gary Knowles and his girlfriend, Rachel, are on the trip of a lifetime in New York at the most magical time of year. The only thing missing is Gary s gift for Rachel as usual, he s left his shopping far too late. On a last-minute Christmas Eve visit to Tiffany s, he quickly picks out a charm bracelet for her and heads back to their hotel. But, in a moment, one small mistake changes everything A jewel of a novel. RT Book Reviews (Top Pick, 4 1/2 stars)From internationally bestselling author Melissa Hill comes A Gift from Tiffany's, a New York Christmas love story that has become a holiday classic."
Cumming, Georgia journalist Jessica Holland isn't feeling the joy of the holiday. Recently dumped by someone she didn't even love, she's more fa la la la blah than fa la la la la. So when her best friend Ashley forces her to sit on Santa's lap at the local mall, the Scrooge in her comes out. Jessica doesn't believe in Santa - that silly myth is only for children. Or is he? When Santa tells Jessica he'll give her whatever she wants for Christmas and that she'll finally believe in his magic, she asks for the one thing she knows he can't give. She asks for true love. But can Santa make that happen?
There was a time when the spirit of Christmas was of the present. There is a period when most of it is of the past. There shall come a day perhaps when all of it will be of the future. The child time, the present; the middle years, the past; old age, the future.
In this beginning book of the series, Nevelyn receives a new slave as a gift and begins the process of breaking him in. This is a highly erotic series with heavy BDSM influence, in which we step into Nevelyn's world of pleasure, passion, pain and indulgence. This book will take you away to a fantasy world of Dominance and submission. This series is not for the faint of heart.
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