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By Jill Barnett

Simply in time for the Christmas season--four of romance's best-loved writers give a contribution undying, passionate tales created particularly for this assortment! Bestselling authors Jill Barnett, Mary Jo Putney, Justine Dare, and Susan King set the pages on fireplace with love, as those beautiful tales seize the real spirit of this unique time of yr!

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No one had ever done such a thing for her. She glanced away from his steady gaze uncertainly. "I will make you some food. " He sighed, a half laugh. "No need. But I am hungry," he said. Catriona cooked oats and water in a kettle over the fire, stirred in thin slices of the roasted beef he had brought, and ladled the food into a wooden bowl, handing it to him with a wooden spoon. " he asked. When she shook her head, he frowned. " he asked. She shrugged; she wanted to bring his new gift of food to the children when the weather cleared, just as she had done with the other goods the Frasers had given her.

No one had ever done such a thing for her. She glanced away from his steady gaze uncertainly. "I will make you some food. " He sighed, a half laugh. "No need. But I am hungry," he said. Catriona cooked oats and water in a kettle over the fire, stirred in thin slices of the roasted beef he had brought, and ladled the food into a wooden bowl, handing it to him with a wooden spoon. " he asked. When she shook her head, he frowned. " he asked. She shrugged; she wanted to bring his new gift of food to the children when the weather cleared, just as she had done with the other goods the Frasers had given her.

She held it out toward Callum Fraser, the laird of Glenran. "This brooch marks an honorable pledge, made on Christmas Eve twenty years past, by your father," she said. " Callum asked as he accepted the brooch. She nodded. " He examined the piece thoughtfully. " "Lachlann Fraser gave it to me on Christmas Eve, when I was but a few days old. He pinned it to my swaddling and told my mother that it marked his pledge of protection for me. " Callum asked. "I am," she said quietly. "Though I am a MacDonald, and you are Frasers, and our clans have feuded for generations, I must call upon this pledge.

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