Welcome back to Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers...and thanks for making us a part of your bookish day.
It's December. The final month of 2014 (whoa *-*) and the last month of the official "can't get enough of" promotion from Harlequin Books! (I say official because really, one can celebrate reading and books ANYTIME!) Time to check those lists twice, ready the stockings for the stuffers you've been putting away throughout the year (you have, haven't you? *raises eyebrow*), hang those lights strands that without fail seem to get more tangled no matter how you put them away, and finally....RELAX and enjoy all the warmth of the season. Funny the coldest time of year should also be the warmest. Something to ponder there. Anywho, we're stepping into the last phase of the "Just can't get enough of..." promotion from Harlequin with a focus on a few new titles, whilst giving you a chance to whittle down the selections to the desirable additions to your reading list (or not, the more the merrier, right?) Ready? Set? Let's go!
There's a theme for every month of the year and as mentioned there will be different titles featured throughout the coming months....some of which I'll even be reading and reviewing RIGHT HERE on the site. Sound good? I thought you might like it. Now, let's see what December's "can't get enough of" theme is...
...SMALL TOWN CHRISTMAS!
Aww, my heart is warming at merely the thought of what's in store.
Again, there are three titles in the spotlight this time around.
Which one peaks YOUR interest most?
Which one peaks YOUR interest most?
The Christmas Ranch by RaeAnne Thayne
Home for the Holidays: Hope Nichols has never felt as if she belonged anywhere, except her hometown of Pine Gulch. So, when she hears that her family's property, Christmas Ranch, is set to be shut down forever, a determined Hope heads home. She refuses to let the Grinch steal her holiday; this will be the most memorable ranch Christmas ever! And, thanks to hunky former navy SEAL Rafe Santiago and his adorable nephew, she might just pull off that miracle.
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Lone Star Christmas by Cathy Gillen Thacker
A Texas Christmas: Just the sight of the beautiful widow who bought the sprawling spread east of his puts Nash in the yuletide spirit. Callie and the toddler in the tyke-size cowboy hat fill his head with visions of the three of them together under one roof. That is, if Callie can let go of her past and picture a future with her one and only Lone Star cowboy!
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Her Montana Christmas by Arlene James
Big Sky Centennial: A small town rich in history…and love: It's time for mistletoe and merriment— for everyone except Robin Frazier. As Jasper Gulch's centennial celebrations reach their festive conclusion, her guilt is only mounting. The shy historian is hiding something—something that will affect everyone in town. And the more time she spends with pastor Ethan Johnson, creating an old-fashioned Christmas for his church, the more she realizes what this secret is costing her. He's just the kind of man her heart longs for, and his kind brown eyes seem to say he might feel the same. Can she take a chance this Christmas and reveal who she really is—and what her heart is longing to say?
Curious to see which title has you donning your gay apparel and picking out the perfect tree...
Special thanks to Lisa over at Harlequin for the heads up on this promotion! For more information on this feature as well as the title mentioned, be sure to stop by their official site.
And now....for YOUR CHANCE TO WIN!
Just enter below using the trusty old Rafflecopter form and TADA! Entering couldn't be any easier. Entries accepted through midnight 12/24/14. Open to US residents only; no P.O. Boxes please.
In the mean time...I wish you HAPPY HOLIDAYS and as always, HAPPY READING!
The Christmas Ranch would be lovely. Thanks saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com
Her Montant Christmas. I love romance set in MT and that she's a historian sounds awesome. Catnip for me.
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