Texas Christmas Romanceby Teresa Lilly
As their relationship grows, Rachel wonders if Charlie Dickens could be the man that God has prepared for her, until
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When Rachel attends the annual Dickens on Main Christmas event in Boerne, Texas, she never imagines she will end up spending the weekend with a handsome Houston Newspaper man who wants to write an article about the event as seen through her eyes.
As their relationship grows, Rachel wonders if Charlie Dickens could be the man that God has prepared for her, until she discovers he is a possible thief.
Will Rachel be able to solve the mystery before the weekend is over and Charlie leaves with the stolen Dickens collectible and her heart?
This Novella was originally titled and sold as Where's The Dickens and is included in the anthology Christmas Romance at Dickens on Main as Where's the Dickens
Please see other novellas published by Lovely Romance Press, such as
Sheriff Bride Series: Sheriff Bride, Sheriff Bride Jo's Story, Sheriff Bride Dan's Story, Sheriff Bride Rob's Story and Sheriff Bride Christmas the Inside Man.
Orphan Train Books: Orphan Train Bride, An Orphan Tran Bride For Christmas, Orphan Train Bride Healing Scars, Orphan Train Belle.
Christmas Books: Christmas Village Miracle, Christmas Village of Joy, Christmas Village of Hope, Christmas Rayne, Her Christmas Cowboy, Texas Christmas Romance, Christmas Romance at Dickens on Main, Christmas Calling a two Novella book by famous authors Connie L. Reece and Birdie Etchison
Other Books: Mamma's Bells, Gambled Away, The Proposal Ring, Lucky in Shamrock Texas
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GOD BLESS US, EVERYONE! What a heartwarming story with delightful characters. I enjoyed the description of the Dickens on Main celebrations and the quaint stores and eateries. Charlie Dickens needed to produce a good article, running into Rachel at the Bed and Breakfast turned out to be a blessing in disguise, which all started with a room mix up. Sharing the experience of watching Rachel enjoy the entire event from the shops, carriage ride, to parade and even dressing in period costumes was the highlights for his article. The storyline and dialogue was entertaining and told in such a way you felt as if you were there with them. Sometimes two Christians can find love when they were not even looking for it, in a small town away from home. The message of God's love, grace and forgiveness was shared without being preachy.