Christmas brings dogs, kids…and romance
Her Holiday Hero by Margaret Daley
Captain Jake Tanner is struggling to find Christmas cheer. Having survived a devastating attack overseas, he has emotional scars that run deep. Widow Emma Langford wants to show Jake that a four-legged companion is the best therapy, but she’s afraid that the closer she gets, the more her own wounds will be revealed…
Lone Star Holiday by Jolene Navarro
Lorrie Ann Ortega will never be the kind of woman who would make a good wife for handsome widowed pastor John Levi. But when she agrees to be nanny to his two sweet daughters, she can’t keep herself from dreaming that a man like John could one day love her. Can a prodigal daughter turn into a pastor’s wife for Christmas?
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About the Author
Margaret Daley, an award-winning author of eighty-three books, has been married for over forty years and is a firm believer in romance and love. When she isn’t traveling, she’s writing love stories, often with a suspense thread, and corralling her three cats that think they rule her household. To find out more about Margaret visit her website at http://www.margaretdaley.com.
Jolene, a seventh-generation Texan, knows, as much as the world changes, people stay the same. Good and evil. Vow-keepers and heart breakers. Jolene married a vow-keeper who showed her that dancing in the rain never gets old.Her life, much like her stories, is filled with faith, family, laughter, dirty dishes and all of life's wonderful messiness. She loves spending time with her four kids, and can be found at jolenenavarrowriter.com and fb @ jolenenavarroauthor
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I found both stories to be amazingly good. The first story about veterans with PTSD Makes readers aware that many men and women who have served need help. The second story reminds us e We really do not have control of our lives and everything is God' will. As we go through our busy lives we tend to get caught up in material things and arguments and lose sight of what is truly important.