Wednesday, November 23, 2016

A Cowboy Creek Christmas

I'm incredibly excited that my first novella for Harlequin Love Inspired Historical releases this month! I was honored to be included with Cheryl St.John, a good friend and mentor.

Mistletoe Bride by Sherri Shackelford

Pregnant by a man who betrayed her trust, a mail-order marriage is Beatrix Haas's only hope. But when she arrives in Cowboy Creek and learns her intended groom has died, she needs a new daddy for the baby that's coming right away. Blacksmith Colton Werner offers the mother and child the protection of his name, but can their marriage of convenience ever lead to true love?

Mistletoe Reunion by Cheryl St.John

When Marlys Boyd moves West hoping to find acceptance for her doctoring skills, she's surprised to find her former fiancé, Sam Mason, running the local newspaper. And with the ladies in town determined to make a match of the doctor and the single father, she's not sure she can resist building the family they once dreamed of.

I'm actually working on *another* Christmas book for next year. I always have one word for each book, and the word for this book is 'tradition'. What holiday traditions do you treasure in your family? 


  1. Opening one family gift after Christmas Eve service and keeping our decorations up until Little Christmas, the Epiphany.

  2. Congratulations, Sherri! When we were growing up, we couldn't go near the tree until my dad turned the lights on and we gave our mom a hug and kiss. Jean, we got to open a gift or two on Christmas Eve also.

  3. This book is on my reading list our Christmas traditions have been shaken up in last 3 years by my mum saying let's make some new traditions last year Christmas lunch was at a Chinese restaurant, year before we celebrated couple of days prior due peoples work, this year everyone can make it on christmas day


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