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Be glad in the Lord and rejoice! Psalm 32:11



Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Romance for the Holidays!


Two great holiday romances from two fabulous authors I am proud to call my friends!



Miracle Baby by Laura Bradford

Synopsis:

Maggie Monroe stopped looking for magic ten months, twenty-two days and eight hours ago. Maybe it's his gift for fixing things. Or maybe it's because Rory's known Maggie is the woman for him since the day they met. But he seems intent on bringing the Christmas spirit back into the grieving widow's life…starting with a unique holiday surprise.

 Try as she might,  Maggie's finding it awfully hard to resist a man as persistent—and appealing—as Rory. Hired to restore her uncle's century-old inn, the Michigan carpenter has taken her on as another task. With his faith and love, can she help along that special miracle only two can create?

My Thoughts:

Laura Bradford has quickly established herself as one of the brightest, up and coming romance authors this year. Her stories are always heart-warming and sincere. "Miracle Baby" is no exception - this is a charming love story that will pull on your heartstrings but with just enough sensuality to make it an exciting read!



It Started With A House by Helen R. Myers

Synopsis:

It's the kind of house widowed real estate agent Genevieve Gale once dreamed about for herself. Instead she handpicked it for the Roarks, a married couple. But by the time handsome millionaire Marshall Roark moved in, he was a widower. And when he sought comfort in Genevieve's arms, she offered him everything she had, expecting nothing in return.
 
Even after discovering she was expecting his child.

Marshall immediately proposed marriage—out of obligation, she was sure. And though she didn't want him to "have to" marry her, she did long to say yes. To the man she now loved. And to turn the house she'd coveted into the home she longed for.

My Thoughts:

I have been privileged to call Helen Myers a friend for many years, and her writing never fails to amaze me. Whether she is writing the creepiest suspense drama or the sweetest love story, Helen always pours 100 % into her work and her readers are always the lucky receipients of her labors. Set in the Piney Woods of East Texas, "It Started With A House" is one of Helen's best recent works, filled with romance, a little drama and a whole lot of holiday spirit in the end!  Classic, romantic fun!


Both of these books are from my private collection.



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