I have no doubt that you’ll be missing our Sneak Peeks. They were wonderful, weren’t they? I know personally, I can’t wait to read the rest of the stories after those teasers.
Just to take you back to each story, I’ve asked the authors to do up a short blurb. It will remind you of all the novellas and why you need to purchase this box collection as soon as possible. If you haven’t already done so, please sign up for our weekly newsletter (see sign-up on right-side panel) and you will be among the first to know when the full collection is available for pre-order.
Because we know how much this set means to the readers, the Authors’ Billboard will begin a new series of blog posts starting October 1st. Each author will write her story about why she chose the Christmas song she did and what it means to her. I know you’ll enjoy these small windows into their pasts.
- Mimi Barbour: Frosty the Snowman – Stranded in an Alaskan snowstorm, strangers Hali and Terry are forced to rely on each other for survival.
- Rebecca York: White Christmas – Was she in a coma, or was she in a Christmas fantasy?
- Jacquie Biggar: Silver Bells – Can a Christmas wish bring two stubborn souls together and give a little girl the gift she wants most?
- Joan Reeves: Last Christmas – Annabelle gave him her heart, but Rick threw it away–now he wants redemption—but she has another R-word in mind: Revenge.
- Traci Hall: Blue Christmas (by the Sea) – Alone for Christmas, Tamsyn helps mystery writer Evan find his mojo–love is a gift neither can refuse.
- Michele Hauf: Hark, The Herald Angel Falls – To earn her halo, angel Merit must convince the person who holds her earthly soul in limbo—her husband—to stop loving her.
- Dani Haviland: Little Drummer Boy – How could a mere drummer boy help those stranded in the worst winter storm of the 18th century?
- Rachelle Ayala: Deck the Hearts – Can Holly’s jolly Christmas spirit help Grinchy Gordon Gills save the town of Christmas Creek?
- Patricia Rosemoor: Do You Hear What I Hear? – It was a plea for peace in the middle of the Cold War, but live-in-lovers Shelley and Jake are now in a cold war of their own over Christmas.
- Taylor Lee: Santa Baby – Lily’s only hope was that this time she and Gabriella had run far enough, fast enough, that he wouldn’t be able to find them.
- Mona Risk: Holly Jolly Christmas – Pregnant at 18. Adoption would save the baby’s future but may cost her the man she loves.
- Donna Fasano: Grown Up Christmas List – All she wants for Christmas is to feel safe… then she meets her guardian angel.
- Denise Devine: So This is Christmas – He was her child nemesis, now he’s her best friend forever.
- Katy Walters: Sleigh Ride – Miss Sophia Vale faces poverty. Enter the Earl of Breconbridge, renowned as a rakehell. His saving grace… having a conscience.
- Cynthia Cooke: Santa Claus Is Coming To Town – What happens when a big city girl reunites with a small town boy – magic. When the boy is the town Santa in need of an elf – Christmas Magic.
- Alicia Street: O Christmas Tree – Can Piper convince Cody to let go of his painful past and embrace the hope of Christmas and the possibility of newfound love?
- Jennifer St. Giles: Merry, Did You Know? – Can a Christmas Miracle change the future of a woman who doesn’t believe in love and a man who doesn’t know if he can love again?
- Leanne Banks: We Need A Little Christmas – Can a handsome cynic learn to be a true Christmas believer from the woman he rescues in the snow?
- Nancy Radke: I’ll Be Home for Christmas – When former Navy plucks a woman from the Mediterranean Sea, he discovers he has rescued a fighter as tough as he is.
- Stephanie Queen: Let it Snow – A stranger and a snow storm on Christmas Eve create the ultimate test for Dane & Shana, but will they survive and stay together?
We’ve been working diligently to publish Book Bites 7 which is a collection of the Sneak Peeks – 20 first chapters for each of the 20 novellas in the Love, Christmas collection. It’s now FREE on:
Coming real soon to Amazon!!