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"Comfort and Joy"
a novella in the collection entitled
THE CHRISTMAS VISIT

Miss Gwendolyn Davies, matron of an orphanage, is a desperate woman. With only four days to Christmas, she has no money left to provide a Christmas dinner or gifts for the children in her charge. But nearby lives the wealthy Earl of Cwm Rhyss, so who better to ask for a contribution, even if rumor has it that he once discouraged similiar petitioners with his shot gun?

Griffin Branwynne wants nothing to do with do-gooders. Disfigured by a fire, deserted by his friends, he only wants to be left alone, until a spirited woman arrives who stirs long-buried emotions in his lonely heart, and to remind him that Christmas is a season of hope, and love.

Set in Victorian Wales.

In addition to Margaret's story, there are novellas by Terri Brisbin and Gail Ranstrom.

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"Wonderful storyteller Moore brings true understanding of the "Comfort and Joy" of the season when a stranded woman arrives at a scarred and embittered earl's home and turns his quiet world inside out, forcing him to open his heart to love.
--Romantic Times

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