Blogger: Rachel Kent
We have had some great Christmas books come in to the office over the last few weeks! It is that time of year again. I love to read Christmas stories during the Christmas season. Do you? Leave a comment below about your Christmas reading preferences by Sunday at 8 p.m. (Pacific), and I will enter you in a drawing for a chance to win a copy of Her Cowboy Till Christmas by Jill Kemerer (two winners will be picked!).
Here’s a little bit about the four Christmas releases that have arrived in our office this month:
Treasured Christmas Brides
Six historical Christmas romances prove life’s most priceless gifts come not in the form of polished gold or silver—but from the vast riches of a loving heart.
Books & Such client Michelle Ule’s novella is included in this collection. Here’s a little bit about her novella:
Goldrush Christmas by Michelle Ule
Alaska, 1897—When Samantha and her twin Peter book passage to Alaska in search of their missionary-minded father, they never imagined getting caught up in the rush for gold or that their neighbor would follow them. Soon their youth and inexperience is challenged on all fronts.
Her Cowboy Till Christmas by Jill Kemerer
Can a Christmastime reunion become forever?
She’s only home for the holidays…Can he convince her to stay?
The last person rancher Mason Fanning ever expects to see again is the girl who once broke his heart. Brittany Green is in town for Christmas and trying to convince her ailing grandmother—the only maternal figure the widower’s little boy has left—to move away. Can Mason show her all she really needs to fulfill her dreams is right here in Wyoming?
Western Christmas Wishes by Jill Kemerer and Brenda Minton
Two tales of holiday homecoming.
Spend the holidays with family in these two Western novellas!
Home is where the heart is in His Christmas Family when Laurel Adams comes home and discovers a foster kid and a seriously charming horse trainer living on her grandmother’s ranch. And in A Merry Wyoming Christmas, single mom Leann Bowden is starting over when she and her daughter are rescued from a snowstorm. Might the dashing cowboy be the Christmas gift they’re dreaming of?
The Worst Christmas Ever by Kathleen Long Bostrom. Illustrated by Guy Porfirio
Now that his family has moved to California, Matthew has doubts as the holiday season approaches. Palm trees? No snow? It’s all wrong.
Little sister Lucy thinks everything is wonderful, but Matthew knows better. And to top it off, the sudden disappearance of his beloved dog, Jasper, settles it. This will be the worst Christmas ever.
Or will it? Surprising events on Christmas Eve just might change everything—and maybe this new place can feel like home to Matthew after all.
I will announce the two drawing winners on Monday! Have a wonderful weekend!