Monday, June 20, 2016

Weekly Windup: Winner of 12 Brides of Summer

The winner of 12 Brides of Summer Collection by Michelle Ule is...Janet E.!

If you are a winner, please contact us with your info to claim your prize.

This Week's Giveaway is: 

Lone Star Love Collection by Crystal Barnes, Janice Thompson, Kathleen Y'Barbo, Vickie McDonough & Marcia Gruver.

Welcome to Lone Star Love, five inspirational romances set deep in the heart of Texas.

Signed, Sealed, and Delighted by Crystal Barnes

Her father's dying wish changes everything... After years of working in the Cater Springs’ clinic, Sarah Asher never planned on marriage. However, she neglected to mention that to her pa. Determined to fulfill his dying wish, despite her well-informed fears, Sarah marries Joseph Matthews but only after a few signed and sealed promises. One in particular—he can kiss any dreams of sharing a room with her goodbye. Joe has never had any luck with woman, and marriage doesn’t seem prone to change that. Sarah might be a handsome filly and his only ticket to inheriting the ranch promised him, but she’s pricklier than a barrel cactus and more temperamental than a Texas tornado. Keeping his distance from her should be easy. Only it isn’t. The beautiful woman attracts trouble and constantly requires saving, putting her well within arms’ reach. Will signed promises seal their fate to a loveless marriage, or can Sarah move past her fears to find a love worth delighting in?

Diamond Duo by Marcia Gruver
Bertha Biddie is determined to win the heart of the man she loves. But just how far will she go? Thaddeus Bloom is torn between family obligations and Bertha’s love. Which path will he choose? Or will one woman’s murder change both of their fates?

Unexpected Blessings by Vickie McDonough
Anna Campbell, nanny to Molly and Mark Olson, is tasked with taking the two children she dearly loves to their uncle after the tragic death of the children’s parents. But Erik Olson thinks his brother died years ago and refuses to believe the youngsters are his kin. Anna would keep them if she could, but she can barely provide for herself. The children need their uncle. How can she convince the stubborn man that he also needs them?

Last Groom in Town by Janice Thompson
Always the groomsman, never the groom… It’s 1914, and Jake O’Farrell has gained an unusual reputation among the locals: He’s played the roles of groomsman and best man in all four of his older brothers’ weddings, but he’s never been able to find the woman to capture his heart. And now with the upcoming wedding of his best friend, Jake will become the last single man in the town of Groom. Anne Denning has made the difficult decision to move with her sisters to Texas, but a train derailment forces them to seek shelter in Groom, near Amarillo. Mrs. O’Farrell, hopeful that Anne will catch her youngest son’s eye, invites the girls to stay at her home until the train is repaired and ready to pull out. Anne has no idea of the blissful chaos that lies ahead!

The Marrying Kind by Kathleen Y’Barbo
Anything can happen when four meddlesome, retired Texas Rangers try their hand at matchmaking. As the deadline for leaving draws near, meetings are held to foil Sheriff Rafe Wilson's plans to leave Cut Creek and the infuriating dressmaker Peony Potter behind. Will Rafe follow in his father's footsteps and join up with the Texas Rangers or will a miracle keep him home where he belongs?

This giveaway runs through June 26th. Comment on any post between now and then to enter, and remember, the more comments you make, the more entries you earn!

    Winners will be announced in the Weekly Wind-up on June 27th.

 Check out our Prizes Galore Page to see all our giveaways.

 Coming up this week:

Sunday 6/19: He Was Always There, A Father's Day Message by Teresa Lilly
Monday 6/20: Are there Squirrels in your House? by Norma Gail
Tuesday 6/21: Lord Woolton and His Pie by Linda Matchett
Wednesday 6/22: Kouign Amann - A French Pastry Recipe by Deb Garland
Thursday 6/23: A book review by Jenn Fromke
Friday 6/24: A Visit with YA Author Lorilyn Roberts by Carole Brown
Saturday 6/25: Interview with Elaine Cooper

We look forward to hanging out with you this week!