It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas (Reads) GIVEAWAY: All Hearts Come Home For Christmas

Posted November 9, 2019 by meezcarrie in Christmas, giveaway, historical, It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas (Reads) 2019, romance / 40 Comments


today’s book: All Hearts Come Home For Christmas

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas (reads)
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Ok, so, a songwriter I’m not 😉 Still… it’s time for our annual blog series spotlighting (over 40 this year) new and recently-released Christmas reads!

Christmas is still 46 days away according to Google (I don’t do my own math, folks), BUT now ’tis the season when I start craving cozy Christmas reads. (Okay – I crave them all year round but now’s when I can get away with talking about them LOL) There’s something about the magic of my favorite holiday that makes me want to curl up with a mug of hot chocolate and a deliciously Christmasy book – it can make even the creepiest suspense novel feel warm and cozy!

Beginning now and continuing through just before Christmas, I’m going to spotlight several new/recent Christmasy releases. So… snuggle in, grab your fave hot beverage and comfiest blanket, turn on some Christmas tunes and start your bookish Christmas list! Oh… and did I mention there are GIVEAWAYS with EACH POST in this series??!! (Because authors are awesome!)

Today’s featured book is a collection of four Regency Christmas novellas by four fabulous authors!

ALL HEARTS COME HOME FOR CHRISTMAS
GENRE: ‘Clean’ Regency Christmas Romance / collection
PUBLISHER: Covenant Communications
RELEASE DATE: September 1, 2019
PAGES: 304

Christmas at Falstone Castle by Sarah M. Eden

The Dowager Duchess of Kielder eagerly anticipates spending Christmas with her son and his family. Though their relationship has been strained, the duchess is determined to heal the chasm. Even with the help of the widowed local vicar, her plan will take a Christmas miracle. But during this magical season, anything is possible . . . even two second chances for love.

The Heart of Christmas by Anita Stansfield

When a chance meeting brings together a gentle seamstress and a widowed banker, each lonely soul finds a first hint of hope. As their lives become entwined, it will take Christmas spirit to guide a broken family to love and healing.

‘Tis the Season to Be Daring by Esther Hatch

Elizabeth Davenport has had quite enough of the London Season. Determined to evade a parade of unsuitable suitors, she seeks help from the one gentleman who has no regard for Society’s rules. All of Society knows Lord Hawthorne is not interested in marriage, yet he cannot deny Miss Davenport’s unique charm. And as the Christmas season works its magic, their charade begins to feel less like playacting and more like love.

The Christmas Dress by Joanna Barker

Seamstress Nell Addington is thrilled when her childhood friend Jacob Hammond commissions a dress for his sister. But when Nell realizes her feelings for Jacob run far deeper than friendship, an unexpected snowstorm—and some holiday cheer—may convince them both that love is worth fighting for.

 

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Joanna Barker was born and raised in northern California. She discovered her love for historical fiction after visiting England as an eleven-year-old, and subsequently read every Jane Austen book she could get her hands on. After graduating Brigham Young University with a degree in English, she worked as an acquisitions editor before devoting herself full-time to writing. She enjoys music, chocolate, and reading everything from romance to science fiction. She lives in Utah and is just a little crazy about her husband and two wild-but-loveable boys.

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Joanna Barker is offering a print copy of All Hearts Come Home For Christmas to one of my readers! (US only) This giveaway is subject to Reading Is My SuperPower’s giveaway policies which can be found here. Enter via the Rafflecopter form below.

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What about you? What interests you most about All Hearts Come Home For Christmas?

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40 responses to “It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas (Reads) GIVEAWAY: All Hearts Come Home For Christmas

  1. Perrianne Askew

    I like the fact that I can read a novella from four new authors. It’s nice to have a novella sample to see if you like their work. I haven’t read any of their books.
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  2. Debbie Clatterbuck

    I have read books by two of these authors and loved them. I also love Christmas, so it’s a doubly good read. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity and good luck everyone.

  3. Martha Troxel

    The situations each couple find themselves in and the fact it’s nearly Christmas makes this book seem wonderful!

  4. Bernice Kennedy

    I like the idea of 4 Christmas stories in one book. They all sound like they will get you in the Christmas spirit.

    • Becky D.

      Who doesn’t love a cozy Christmas story?! I love the variety of story lines, too…especially in “Tis’ the Season to be Daring”.

  5. Kay Garrett

    Love a good Christian book and make it Christmas story and I’m in hook, line and sinker. Great sounding stories that I would love having the opportunity to read especially because of who the authors are.

  6. Bethany

    Listening to this book for the second time. I love the Christmas at Falston Castle. Adam and Persephone are amazing.

  7. Betsy Tieperman

    I love novella collections in general and all of the story premises in this book sound great! Can’t wait to read it! Thank you for the opportunity🙂.

  8. Alison Boss

    The Regency era is one of my favorite time periods to read. Pair that with Christmas, and I am all about reading these captivating holiday stories!! Thanks for the chance to win a copy of ALL HEARTS COME HOME FOR CHRISTMAS!!!

  9. Laura

    I love all the authors, and reading some Christmas novellas makes me so excited for the holiday season! I am excited to add this to my TBR list!

  10. Debra Branigan

    The time period of the setting is one of my faves and the Christmas romance is what appeals to me. This sounds wonderful. Thanks for sharing.

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