• Under the Texas Mistletoe

  • A Trio of Christmas Historical Romance Novellas
  • By: Karen Witemeyer
  • Narrated by: Barbara McCulloh
  • Length: 11 hrs and 32 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (37 ratings)

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Under the Texas Mistletoe

By: Karen Witemeyer
Narrated by: Barbara McCulloh
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Publisher's Summary

Three charming and festive holiday novellas spiced with humor, frontier action, and sweet romance

In this three-in-one novella collection, best-selling author Karen Witemeyer presents the new story A Texas Christmas Carol, in which a town's wealthy Scrooge-like bachelor finds his world invaded by a woman set on earning his donation for helping the local poor, and by the penetrating questions of three mysterious visitors.

It also includes, for the first time in audio, An Archer Family Christmas. When the Archer clan gathers for the Christmas holiday, an unexpected request for help leaves Cassandra Archer directly in the path of a dangerous outlaw. Desperate to protect the woman he loves, Jim Archer races to the rescue, only to find that Cassie's life is not the only one in peril. It will take a Christmas miracle - and the entire Archer clan - to keep a second Archer Christmas from ending in disaster.

In previously published Gift of the Heart, a widow and her young daughter move to Hope Springs for a fresh start. But with no money to secure a home, Ruth must convince a wealthy resort owner to accept her heirloom brooch as collateral. Will the pin that brought love to three generations soften the heart of a wounded recluse and give Ruth a second chance at love as the holidays draw near? 

Sprinkled throughout the collection, you'll find a hope-filled Christmas devotion, Witemeyer holiday recipes, and fun facts about 19th-century Christmas celebrations!

©2021 Karen Witemeyer (P)2021 Recorded Books

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Enjoyable and clean

Sweet stories with historical tidbits and recipes, uplifting and comforting at this time of year.

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Memorable

with each consecutive story, I increasingly grew to appreciate the talent and gifts both the author and narrator have received. This collection is one to save and read again.

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Interesting and lighthearted Christmas tales!! Wish there were more like it!! I was sorry to reach the end

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So cute for Christmas

That was sooooo cute, I really felt christmassy while rreading this book which is so fitting since its nearly christmas now
SO its an Anthology of three stories all happens during christmas The first story is about a man who doesn't like christmas and a woman who is determined to make him see joy
The second story is an epilogue for the Archer Family and we get to see them one last time and how are they faring during christmas with some action moxed in there for Jim and Cass and a new baby
The third story is a story from another anthology about a widow who moves with her daughter to a new town and captures thw sights of the wealthy bussinessman who owns the place
This was a delightful anthology and I highly recommend it if you want somerhing that makes feel like Christmas

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Under the Texas Mistletoe

There were four stories in this book, and they were all great. I really enjoyed the twist to Dicken's Christmas Carol. There are also lots of interesting facts about Christmas. Narration was very good. Highly recommend. Good clean romance.