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Three holiday romances in one paperback, the Spirit of Christmas anthology includes novellas by Rachel Carrington, Barbara Brutt, and Debra Curwen.
Reviewers are calling these stories “Hallmark-esque,” “cute romances,” and “short and sweet with the perfect build-up to Christmas!” Get your copy today!
Young adults who choose Signs in the Dark for either its intrigue or its insights into a deaf girl’s world are in for a wild ride in a multifaceted thriller that holds solid action and emotional revelations throughout. It’s highly recommended for teens seeking relationship-driven action stories that incorporate a sense of purpose and growth within its drama, especially those who like unexpected stories of love, commitment, and adversity.
ONE CAPTIVE. Blindfolded, gagged, and bound, 17-year-old Haylie Summers has only one goal: stay alive. Nothing about her abduction makes sense. Deaf since birth, she can’t hear her captors and can only guess why they would take her. Is she about to be thrown into the dark abyss of human trafficking? Or was she kidnapped by the protestors who marched at the wildlife rescue center where she volunteers? Haylie fights the harsh reality that her capture resulted from Nathan’s unexpected text.
Need to talk. Can you meet me in 10 behind your garage? It was the last thing she saw before getting dragged into a van. But it can’t be Nathan, with his ebony eyes and easygoing smile that crumbles the walls around her heart. No, it can’t be Nathan. Can it?
ONE SUSPECT. After a childhood of disruptions, Peruvian-born Nathan Boliva likes to keep life simple. Haylie is not simple. She is beautiful. She is brilliant. And she is worth the risk of breaking out of his comfort zone. But days after asking Haylie on a date, Nathan finds himself targeted by the FBI for a crime he didn’t commit. Far worse, anything could be happening to Haylie as the search continues.
If you’re looking for a heartwarming, feelgood romance, Remember Me At Christmas by Debra Curwen will hit the spot. Available now, the novella is perfect for any time of the year, especially when you just need something to feel good about!
Andi has always loved Christmas. The magic, the surprises, and a precious music box she treasures inspired her to open her own Christmas workshop. Andi’s Antiques is now a thriving business, and she sees a long future ahead.
But she hadn’t counted on Mike who wields his charm like a weapon or his determination to buy out her business and replace her quaint, antique shop with its wonder of Christmas with a bar and gaming tables.
Andi isn’t selling no matter how convincing he may be. Sure, there’s something about the guy that’s magnetic, but it’ll take a lot more than a handsome face to make her give up on her dream. Unlocking her heart, though, may be a different story.
Though Barbara Brutt’s novella, Take a Right at the Mistletoe, is filled with the cheer of the holidays, it’s also a warm, upbeat romance that’s perfect any time of the year. And it’s available now.
Each and every holiday season at Vienna’s Christmas market, Matilda bakes confections for holiday tourists and quirky locals alike. Looking to escape the market drama, she sets her heart on culinary school.
Dylan has come to Vienna and the market to recover from a career-upending mistake and to unearth new inspiration. But when he nitpicks Matilda’s marzipan, she hears fighting words and perhaps the key to her culinary school application. They strike a deal: he’ll taste test and she’ll show him around Vienna. With each new pastry experiment and Viennese adventure, their relationship sweetens.
But their relationship doesn’t seem written into life’s cookbook. Dylan can’t stay in Vienna, and Matilda has to follow her dreams, so it seems some ingredients just don’t belong together. And yet, their hearts have already committed. Will a Christmas filled with marzipan and mistletoe give them both what they want the most?
We’re thrilled that Miracle Girl by Jennifer DiGiovanni received a wonderful review from School Library Journal.
“This story is unique in that it focuses on the Catholic process of documenting and honoring a miracle, and romance fans will find that it has universal appeal. This quick read is recommended for general purchase in large romance collections. Hand this to readers who enjoy Heather Hepler or other novels with meaningful yet chaste romances.”
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Signs in the Dark by Susan Miura is a young adult thriller, unlike Miura’s previous two books, Healer and Shards of Light that were released by Vinspire Publishing.
The Daily Herald provides some must-read information about the book as well as a some insight from the author that will make you want to read this book even more.
Hispanic and Deaf high school students from Schaumburg and Hersey High Schools provided insight on the main characters, and Wisconsin Big Cat Rescue served as the inspiration for the story’s fictional wildlife sanctuary.