ONE GROOM IS NOT ENOUGH
Four close-knit first-born males have reached that dreaded age where they must choose mates. Quinton Adams’s father gives him an ultimatum – wed by Christmas or be disinherited.
Time is running out for four confirmed bachelors who must compete for the favor of three eligible, and equally desperate, young ladies.
This couple brings a whole new meaning to the adage that opposites attract. Does this cultured beauty have what it takes to be a rancher’s wife? Will Gabe find a way to steer this courtship in the right direction?
TAKEN BY SURPRISE
Are the train robbers prepared for the fiery Scot they’ve robbed of the chance at Christmas love?
A wee bit of mistletoe magic brings unlikely characters together as Harvey Girl, lawman, and train-robbers all find themselves… TAKEN BY SURPRISE!
HER CHRISTMAS DREAM
A Christmas romance sprinkled with suspense!
In this sweet romance, all Marilyn dreams of for Christmas is a relationship with someone who cares for her. Someone who really knows her. A stranger volunteers at the rescue shelter where Marilyn and her best friend George volunteer. George has concerns about Marilyn’s safety if she dates the stranger. When George becomes overprotective of her, will Marilyn choose the bad-boy-stranger or her best friend to spend Christmas with this year?
KAETLYN’S CUP OF CHRISTMAS CHEER
Soon after Kaetlyn Murphy lands in America, she is hired as a housemaid to a wealthy family. Her new friend, fellow Irishman Trevor Lewis finds work as a delivery man, and soon love blossoms between the two. But when Trevor loses interest in her, Kaetlyn is certain she has said the wrong thing once again. With Christmas approaching, Kaetlyn leaves town for her employers’ winter estate. Will she ever see Trevor again?
Our Christmas Giveaway Sponsor Authors Answer Some Holiday Questions
Share a Christmas tradition you or your family do each year?
What one thing are you most grateful for this holiday season?
What is your favorite goody to indulge in during Christmas?
Jo Huddleston ( (“Her Christmas Dream)
Favorite to indulge in during the holidays: my mother’s Southern dressing that we have with turkey or ham. Follow this author on her Facebook page.
Kim Grist (“Victoria’s Value”) Her favorites:
Christmas tradition you or your family do each year – My family and I enjoy attending candlelight service on Christmas Eve.
One thing are you most grateful for this holiday season? Good Health.
What is your favorite goody to indulge in during Christmas? Anything chocolate. Follow this author on her website.
From Anne Greene (“One Groom is Not Enough”)
A Christmas Tradition: We always take an entire family picture at Christmas. My two children have blossomed into six grandchildren, plus one has a new wife. We always include the dogs. My own Shih Tzu, my sons two boy mutts, and my granddaughter’s goldendoodle and cocker. We use our curved stairway which circles our Christmas tree. Sometimes we all wear pjs and other times we dress a bit. Everyone looks forward to the annual picture after the big Christmas turkey dinner.
I’m most grateful for this holiday season: It’s difficult to hone down my gratefulness to one thing but I so thankful God has blessed our family during this difficult year. So far no one in my family has contracted COVID and none has lost their jobs. The Lord has protected us and blessed us.
My favorite goody I indulge in during Christmas: Again, it’s almost impossible to figure from all the goodies we eat at this season down to one favorite. My daughter and I bake a lot of cookies, pies, and yeast bread during this season. I think the one goody I would miss most if we didn’t celebrate it would be our annual Christmas Cookie Exchange. Everyone in the family bakes their favorite cookies and we all exchange them on Christmas Eve, so everyone takes home some of the cookies the others baked. I’ve wanted to expand on this every year by. Inviting the neighbors in for a Cookie Exchange, but to date haven’t made this work yet. Still, one day, I hope to. Follow this Author on her Amazon author page.
Marilyn Turk (Kaetlyn’s Cup of Christmas Cheer”)
Favorite Christmas Tradition is decorating the house, especially putting out my large collection of nutcrackers. We now have a new decorating tradition of setting up a smaller, 5 ft tree just for our lighthouse ornaments, most of which came from lighthouses we’ve visited.
Marilyn is most grateful for family gatherings and the fact that most of our children live nearby and can attend Christmas Eve candlelight service with us.
Marilyn has several favorite Christmas goodies. One is her chocolate drops, a delicious concoction of cocoa, peanut butter and oatmeal. Marilyn makes two more traditional family treats – a delicious dip that was passed on to the family by a friend of my parents who lived in New Orleans. And the other Christmas yummy is our family recipe spice cake with caramel icing. Follow this author on her website.
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