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



Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Christmas Book Review - A Holiday To Remember by Helen R. Myers



I am so delighted to recommend a great holiday romance, "A Holiday To Remember," written by my good friend, Helen R. Myers.






 
Alana Anders had lost enough in life to recognize a kindred soul. So when fate led her to a lonely cowboy—with a battle-scarred heart to match her own—she should have given him a nod and moved on. Because the holidays were upon her…and the last thing she needed was someone else's problems….
But what she wanted was another story.

And she wanted Mack Graves, reluctant war hero and heir to the Last Call Ranch—badly. She knew that Nowheresville, Texas, was the last place he longed to be—at Christmas, no less!—but Alana just knew that she and Mack were meant to be together. And that in each other's arms they could forge a new kind of home….




"A Holiday To Remember" has all the elements of a great holiday story - a bit of mystery, strong characters, a fast-paced storyline, and a heartfelt romance that leaves the reader feeling satisfied with the well presented tale.

Helen Myers, in my opinion, is one of the great romance writers of our time, and it is always a pleasure and an honor to review one of her books. It's an equal pleasure to highly recommend her books to others.  If you are looking for great writing, a bit of sugar and spice and a dash of mystery to the tale, you can't go wrong with one of Helen's books.  "A Holiday To Remember" is no exception to this rule!







Helen R. Myers is a Texan by choice, and when not writing, she's spoiling her four rescued dogs. A avid follower of the news and student of astrology, she enjoys comparing planetary aspects with daily world events. To decompress, she experiments with all forms of gardening and cooking with the produce she raises. You can contact her through her website at www.helenr.myers.com






My thanks to the author for providing the review copy of this book. I was not compensated for my opinion.

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