Monday, November 13, 2017

New for November from Our Love Inspired Historical Authors

Jean C. Gordon here with two new must buys from our Love Inspired Historical authors. Just click on a cover to buy one. And to learn more about these talented ladies, click on their names.

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A Lawman for Christmas
by Karen Kirst 

THE GIFT OF FAMILY
Committed to her spinsterhood, Isabel Flores isn't about to trust a man with her hard-won independence or her heart—especially not lawman Ben MacGregor. But when a little boy is abandoned on her property, the so-called "Debonair Deputy" of their small Tennessee town helps her care for the child. And Isabel begins to hope he might be more than just a handsome flirt.

Ben is well aware of Isabel's aversion to love and has his own secret reasons for avoiding relationships. But as he and Isabel do their best to make the holiday special for their young ward, Ben wonders if he could be a family man after all. Will this Christmas be the first of many for Isabel and Ben's little instant family?

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Mail-Order Christmas Baby
by Sherri Shackelford

THE RANCHER'S SPECIAL DELIVERY
The "package" is addressed to him, but rancher Sterling Blackwell certainly didn't order a baby! More scandalous still, he and the town's pretty teacher are named as parents. With gossip running wild, only a marriage of convenience can protect little Gracie and their reputations until her real family is found.

Heather O'Connor is content to be the spinster schoolmarm of Valentine, Montana…until Gracie's arrival stirs her heart. She can't keep the adorable child without Sterling's help, though she promises not to interfere with his life. But staying aloof from her handsome husband isn't easy with a tiny matchmaker in tow. A mistake brought them together, but love might just make them a family by Christmas…

4 comments:

  1. More wonderful stories to read!!! Thanks, Sherri and Karen!

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  2. Love these covers. Great Christmas gifts!

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  3. I'm going to miss these books so much when this line closes.

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  4. I'm absolutely intrigued by your story, Sherri. I didn't know that for a short time children were sent by mail. Karen, I love independent characters who end up realizing that two are better than one. Great Christmas stories!

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