Kisses, Kids and Bundles of Joy: 7 Christian Winter Romances

 *Newly Released!*
Kisses, Kids and Bundles of Joy:
7 Christian Winter Romances

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I’m the type of bookworm who likes to read any “seasonal” book during any season. I’m also a person who starts celebrating Christmas in September (yes, folks, I’m serious!), and I therefore tend to get a jumpstart on winter. Now, what better way for a bookworm to get a jumpstart on winter than with winter-themed reads?
Kisses, Kids and Bundles of Joy has seven brand new Christian winter romance novellas from bestselling and award-winning authors.

One Winter Kiss by Lindi Peterson
Childish Ways by Jenn Faulk
The Baby & the Bachelor by Cindy K. Green
For Tracy by Trisha Grace
Tropical Kiss or Miss by Liwen Y. Ho (I’ve read this one!)
To Gain a Mommy 
by Tanya Eavenson
Foolish Heart by Cindy Flores Martinez

You can pick up this novella collection now at Amazon, Kobo, or Apple iTunes.

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Lindi Peterson | Jenn Faulk

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Cindy K. Green | Trisha Grace | Liwen Y. Ho

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Tanya Eavenson | Cindy Flores Martinez

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Hang Your Heart on Christmas by Heather Blanton

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Book reviews are subjective. I tend to rate books not according to how “perfect” they are, seem to be, or are said to be in general but rather to how perfect they are to me. I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
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Four Silver Stars

Hang Your Heart on ChristmasHang Your Heart on Christmas by Heather Blanton

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

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U.S. Marshal Robert “Dent” Hernandez doesn’t want to be stuck in the town of Evergreen. He just wants to get back to hunting down the man who killed his father–whoever the killer is. But the arrival of the town’s lovely new schoolteacher, Amy Tate, puts a hitch in Dent’s plans in Hang Your Heart on Christmas by author Heather Blanton.

Here’s a gritty holiday tale if there ever was one. It’s got the danger and rough-edged intrigue of the West, but it still manages to be warm and sweet when it needs to be. I could feel for Dent in all of his social awkwardness, was most pulled in the closer he got to the crux of his soul-deep turmoil, felt a spark of pride for Amy the more she faced her fears–and was quite delighted to read of this heroine who loves books and wears spectacles. Whoo hoo for girls with glasses!

I found an inner conversation or two of Dent’s and Amy’s to be a little redundant but not uninteresting. And I was touched by the message central to the story, that there’s more to life than death. It makes the Christmas theme here all the more significant. And beautiful.

This novella has been a good helping of Christmas in July for me, and I’d recommend it to other lovers of Christian romance, particularly those who’d appreciate taking a little trip out West.

The Bachelor’s Sweetheart by Jean C. Gordon

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Book reviews are subjective. I tend to rate books not according to how “perfect” they are, seem to be, or are said to be in general but rather to how perfect they are to me. I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
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Four Silver Stars

The Bachelor's SweetheartThe Bachelor’s Sweetheart by Jean C. Gordon

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

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For years, Tessa and Josh have gotten along so well as close buds. But the resurfacing of Josh’s unresolved past and a related, crucial secret of Tessa’s puts their friendship–and possibly more–on the line in The Bachelor’s Sweetheart by author Jean C. Gordon.

A sweet title and cover, this novel has, and a sweet romance it is. But the story also brings quite a mix of characters together to deal with some tough issues (dysfunction, disappointments, disease, distrust) and their effects on the young and old. I could feel my heart sinking at points as a spiral of key conversations and events had me nervous and intrigued to see how Josh and Tessa would handle the truth once it all came out. The story’s themes of serious dependence on God as well as the serious need for other people work well together.

Although this novel is third in The Donnelly Brothers series, it stands alone nicely, and it doesn’t seem to give everything in the preceding books away, for those who may happen to read the novels out of order. I’d recommend Josh and Tessa’s story to fans of romance with faith and redemption.

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Other novels in The Donnelly Brothers Series

Winning the Teacher's Heart  Holiday Homecoming

Summer/Winter Book Sale 2016

Book shopping, anyone?

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You can pick up a free copy of The Movement of Crowns, and use coupon code SSW50 at checkout for 50% off of the rest of the Crowns series. You can also pick up Love Unfeigned for $0.99.

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