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Publisher's Summary

From the snow-covered prairie to the remote Australian Outback, a cowboy's loving kiss makes this Christmas merry and bright in each of these novellas.
The Snow Man by Diana Palmer:
Meadow Dawson needs Santa to deliver a solution to her management of the Colorado ranch she's inherited. Cattleman Dal Blake wants his pretty neighbor's dog to quit digging under his fence. This Christmas, the unexpected gift of love will surprise them both.
Kassie's Cowboy by Lindsay McKenna:
During a snowstorm, former Marine and current ranch-hand Travis Grant finds his childhood sweetheart injured in her car. This snowy silent night will be their chance to set aside their painful past and let love heal their wounds.
Her Outback Husband by Margaret Way:
Scott and Darcey were devoted to each other and their family cattle ranch - that is, until a rumor ended things. Now, in hopes that the season of forgiveness will bring them back together, Scott's mom plans to reunite the two by sending them to the Outback for Christmas.
©2017 Diana Palmer, Lindsey McKenna, and Margaret Way (P)2017 Dreamscape Media, LLC
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By Boyce on 12-08-17

Should have listened to the other reviews.

I used to love Diana Palmer but this book was terrible. Hero and heroine both terrible. Hero is a jerk and heroine so weak and simple. Had to skip to the end but it didn’t save it.

Tried the second book. Keep repeating PTSD so many times.... I think we got it the first 1000.

Didn’t make it to the last book I couldn’t take it anymore.

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By Lynn on 11-27-17

Diana palmers story belongs in 1980

Diana Palmer’s story is outdated and makes no sense. Clearly this story was written in 1980 and a few tech words were added to make it appear more modern.

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