Monday, October 8, 2012

Maggie and Jared

Pamela Tracy here and I'm very excited about my Love Inspired Romance released this month called Once Upon a Christmas.

You met Jared in last year's book, Once Upon a Cowboy.  That book featured younger brother Joel who was the prodigal son.  In Joel's book, Jared is the older brother.  Of course once Joel was redeemed, Jared had to have his book too.  Both books take place in Iowa, in an imaginary town just east of Knoxville. 


                                                 Jared's farm is described in both books,



but Maggie's profession/passion is one I hadn't dealt with before. She owns a vintage clothes shop. I had soooo much fun letting my imagination run wild as to how she'd dress through-out the book. So, without furthur ado, here's Maggie and Jared, on their wedding day, in vintage clothing.


 


8 comments:

  1. Pamela, I read your book last weekend and really enjoyed it! I liked the other books you wrote about in this "series"! I liked how you put the characters from other books in the following books too! Great characters!

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  2. Thank you, Valri. You made my day!

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  3. Yay, the Christmas books are coming. The Christmas books are coming. I start stockpiling them now to enjoy in December. :) Can't believe you gave away the ending!! They get together. Of course, we knew they would. ~grin~ I love their outfits.

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  4. Oh I love the wedding dress. I have the book to read also. its on my list to read soon.

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  5. At one time this book was going to release closer to Christmas. I about fainted when I checked fiction db and saw it was October. I love Christmas.

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  6. Jenny,
    Thank you so much for having the book on your list. I hope you enjoy it.

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  7. So looking forward to this one! I don't mind when Christmas books come out in October. Target has the ornaments and lights up already!

    Peace, Julie

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  8. Thank you Julie. We were at Costco Sunday and they had a corner for Halloween, nothing for Thanksgiving, and two rows for Christmas.

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