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Colleen L. Reece
Colleen L. Reece was born and raised near the small, western Washington logging town of Darrington, in the heart of the Cascade Mountains. Her parents instilled principles by which to live a meaningful life. Colleen's mother taught her to read by kerosene lamplight in a home without running water... show more



Colleen L. Reece was born and raised near the small, western Washington logging town of Darrington, in the heart of the Cascade Mountains. Her parents instilled principles by which to live a meaningful life. Colleen's mother taught her to read by kerosene lamplight in a home without running water or electricity--but rich in love of God and family. There Colleen dreamed of someday writing a book. God has multiplied that "someday" book into 150+ "Books You Can Trust," with six million copies sold. Genres include Christian and inspirational romance, westerns and adventure, children's and young adult titles, and collections of short stories and articles. ANNOUNCING REECE'S RAMBLINGS. If you would like to keep track of what Colleen is up to, she entered the wonderful world of blogging on 9-28-16, and loves it. Click on mountain picture to see her blog banner. White Horse Mountain stands at the end of Main Street in Darrington, one of the things Colleen missed most when she and her mother moved to Vancouver, WA in 1970. They relocated to Auburn, WA in 1978 to a home just a ten-minute walk to a spectacular view of Mt. Rainier. Visit colleenreece.blogspot.com for posts that range from writing tips to patriotism, nostalgia to new books, and the chance to periodically learn more about other authors.

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siobhanparker
siobhanparker rated it 8 years ago
The four romantic tales in this anthology are well-written and have good stories...but they're really nothing special. Unless you're a die-hard fan of "inspirational romance," you can't get enough of Yuletide novels, and/or you're really desperate for something to read, I'd suggest skipping this on...
iola
iola rated it 10 years ago
Boring. Virtually no romance in any of the stories, and in one, the hero and heroine 'fell in love' despite never actually having had a proper conversation.
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