Monday, December 11, 2017

New for December 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.

http://amzn.to/2AUxAl6
Once Upon a Texas Christmas
by Winnie Griggs 

PARTNERS FOR THE HOLIDAYS
Abigail Fulton is determined to find independence in Turnabout, Texas—and becoming manager of the local hotel could be the solution. But first, she must work with Seth Reynolds to renovate the property by Christmas—and convince him she’s perfect for the job. If only he hadn’t already promised the position to someone else…

Ever since his troubled childhood, Seth yearns to prove himself. And this hotel is his best chance. But what does someone like Abigail know about decor and furnishings? Yet the closer the holiday deadline gets, the more he appreciates her abilities and her kindness. His business ambitions require denying Abigail’s dearest wish, but can they put old dreams aside for a greater gift—love and family?


http://www.christineelizabethjohnson.com/boom-town-brides.html
Would Be Mistletoe Wife
by Christine Johnson

MISTLETOE MATCH
Worried she might lose her teaching job if funding is cut for her boarding school, widow Louise Smythe must consider marriage. But the only prospective groom in town is lighthouse-keeper Jesse Hammond, and he wants children—something she may never be able to provide. While Jesse waits for the ideal woman to make his wife, though, Louise can’t help but long for something more than his friendship.

If he wants to be promoted to head lighthouse keeper, Jesse needs to find a wife suited to his rustic lifestyle. But as he and Louise partner to give the town’s homeless orphans a joyous holiday, he’s drawn to the petite woman. Will the light of Christmas finally inspire them to trust in each other’s hearts?

3 comments:

  1. Great covers. I'm going to miss Love Inspired Historicals.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you, Margaret. The art department always does a great job on the covers. I will miss reading these too.

      Delete
  2. I love these heartwarming Christmas reads. And really nice covers.

    ReplyDelete