A Magical Christmas (Mass Market)

By Heather Graham

Berkley, 9780451238443, 336pp.

Publication Date: November 6, 2012

List Price: 7.99*
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Description

“An enchanting and heartwarming story, A Magical Christmas is a perfect gift for the season.”—RT Book Reviews

From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Heather Graham comes a wondrous Christmas romance to be reread and cherished anew each year....

Jon and Julie Radcliff are facing the last Christmas of a marriage in trouble. The love they once shared has been tattered by time and torn apart by divergent goals. Their teenagers, Christie and Jordan, are rebellious, and their youngest child, six-year-old Ashley, is showing the hurt and confusion of her family’s turmoil.

Yet somehow the Christmas season must be gotten through, even if it is only for appearance’s sake. The perfect place for this is the Oak River Plantation, where the Radcliffs are promised a traditional Christmas. So imagine their surprise when they are met by the quaint couple in charge, Jesse and Clarissa Wainscott, dressed in costumes dating from before the Civil War. Have they somehow entered a place that spans the gulf between past and present?

Before Jon and Julie and their children can uncover the secrets surrounding their mysterious but marvelous hosts, they become aware of some profound truths about themselves—and they discover that love lost can be found, making the bond of marriage and family strong enough to survive—even triumph.


About the Author

Heather Graham is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of contemporary romance, paranormal romance, and romantic suspense. Her books have been published in approximately twenty-five languages.


Praise For A Magical Christmas

Praise for A Magical Christmas

“An enchanting and heartwarming story, A Magical Christmas is a perfect gift for the season.”—RT Book Reviews

“Heather Graham is an incredible storyteller.”—Los Angeles Daily News

“Unique...magical...surprisingly different.”—Rendezvous

“Swift-moving. Appealing.”—Library Journal