This week I have two Christmas books that I am going to give away. The lucky winner should receive these books right after Thanksgiving. These books will be perfect to read as you prepare for the Christmas season. If you don't have time to read both books, you might want to share one with a friend. Debbie Macomber is a very popular author and is known for her realistic, down-home stories.
The first book is Small Town Christmas: Return To Promise\Mail-Order Bride. This book combines the following two stories;
"Return To Promise" ~ Promise, Texas, is a good place to live with the person you love. When rancher Cal Patterson and his wife Jane face a threat to their marriage, she leaves Promise, the town that's become her home as much as his. Will Jane be back by Christmas? Because, for both of them, the greatest gift of all would be her return to Promise.
"Mail Order Bride" ~ Gold River, Alaska, isn't your average town. After being jilted by her fiance, Caroline Myers ends up there - thanks to her matchmaking aunts, who send her on what appears to be an autumn vacation. Not surprisingly, they have something different in mind. Something that involves spending a snowy Christmas in handsome Paul Trevor's home - as his mail-order bride.
The second book that I am giving away is On a Snowy Night: The Christmas Basket\The Snow Bride. This book has the following two stories;
"The Christmas Basket" ~ More than ten years ago, high-school sweethearts Noelle McDowell and Thomas Sutton planned to elope - but then he jilted her. This Christmas, Noelle is home to celebrate the holidays, and she and Thom discover they are still in love. Now only the decades-old rivalry between their mothers stands in the way of a second chance together.
"The Snow Bride" ~ It's a month before Christmas and Jenna Campbell is flying to Alaska to marry a man she met on the Internet - until her seatmate takes it upon himself to change her plans. Which is how Jenna ends up stranded in tiny Snowbound, Alaska, alone with Reid Jamison (plus a bunch of eccentric old men and a few grizzly bears.) And then there's a blizzard...Maybe she'll be a Christmas bride after all!
How To Enter
Just leave a comment on this blog post and you will be entered to win the contest. Don't know what to write? Just tell me, "I want to read the Debbie Macomber Christmas books!" That is all there is to it. On Monday, November 22, I will draw a lucky name out of a hat at 12 noon (Central Time). Please leave an email address so that I can contact you. You will have until the end of Tuesday, November 23rd to respond to my email and send me your name and shipping address. If I do not hear from you, I will pick another name on Wednesday morning.
Who Can Enter
I am willing to ship these books (at my expense) to any location in the world so please do not hestitate to enter. I love my international readers.
You must post a comment on this blog post no later than 12:00 noon (Central Time) on November 22, 2010.
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