Love Came Just in Time by Lynn Kurland

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With each of her stunning novels and novellas, readers have followed national bestselling author Lynn Kurland’s engaging characters as they swept across time, across continents, across the map of the human heart in a transcendent search for love. Now, journey with her in this enchanting anthology showcasing the “literary magician” (Romantic Times) at her magical best...

In The Gift of Christmas Past, a feline angel pulls his mistress back in time to a night long ago, where she finds her own true love...A quaint country inn becomes the haunting ground for The Three Wise Ghosts, a spirited trio of matchmakers who scare a free-wheeling American and a single-minded British executive into love...A Scottish nobleman drifts off to sleep in a 13th century dungeon, only to awaken in a 20th century Manhattan bridal salon, and the arms of a beautiful designer, in And the Groom Wore Tulle...And in The Ring on the Cake, opposites indeed attract when a staid writer warms the heart of a wilderness buff who’s more interested in fending off grizzlies than fending off men...

 

About Lynn Kurland

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Lynn Kurland is the New York Times bestselling author of numerous novels and novellas for Berkley. She lives in the Pacific Northwest.
 
Published June 1, 2001 by Berkley. 356 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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All the trappings of conventional romance novels are on display in this collection of four previously published novellas: wealthy, masculine heroes and proud, virtuous heroines; lots of feisty bant

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In the newest from veteran romance novelist Kurland (Star of the Morning ), Manhattan concert violinist Jennifer McKinnon fears that she will never find a decent man—a tough enough prospect even without the "otherworldly things" in her family tree.

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"The Icing on the Cake" is a contemporary story set in Alaska where a misunderstanding about gender allows a male writer and chef to rent a room from an atypical female wilderness guide who scorns city-bred males and housekeeping.

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