Zebra. From the bustling streets of colonial Boston to the quiet prairie land of Kansas and the sprawling new frontiers of Texas, nothing is as warming in the cold heart of winter as these three delightful stories from three beloved romance authors. Brimming with joy and laughter, they take readers back to a special time when two people pledge a love that will last through the seasons of their lives.
Joyce Carlow: "A Family for Jeanne":
Matthew Schmidt's offer of shelter from the coming winter seems like a dream come true for Jeanne Bellefontaine and her little sister who have just arrived in Boston... until Jeanne discovers she's falling for this kind, handsome blacksmith. But first she must help Matthew overcome the tragic past that still haunts him, before they can become a family.
Holly Harte: "Rachel's Gift":
Prim, proper, and very pretty, Miss Rachel Willowby is no snowflake to melt at the first challenge. So she has decided to take it upon herself to convince rancher Spencer Adam to attend the annual San Antonio winter ball. But this stubborn recluse has vowed to spend the rest of his days alone - unless she can turn his heart around with the most special gift she has to offer.
Linda Madl: "Tessa's Heart":
Even though he longs for hearth and home, Sam Harper has always been a loner. Roaming the prairies of Kansas as a bounty hunter has left little room for a wife and children. Meeting Tessa Jennings, a beautiful newspaper editor, only magnifies the emptiness he feels. Can a snowbound interlude teach them to share their hearts?