today’s book: silent knight by joi copeland
Christmas is only SIX DAYS AWAY!!! This week I’m wrapping up my annual blog series spotlighting new and recently-released Christmas reads. Christmas books make me happy!
So… snuggle in, grab your fave hot beverage and comfiest blanket, turn on some Christmas tunes and start your own 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 sweet contemporary romance set in Big Sky country + the author shares a family tradition & a fun memory!
GENRE: Inspirational Christmas Romance
PUBLISHER: Forget Me Not Romances
RELEASE DATE: July 28, 2019
Struggling to take care of his deaf son in a town with no resources, Ethan Knight’s at the end of his rope. When his son is kicked out of preschool, he feels he’s out of options and prays for a miracle. A newcomer to Snow Globe, Montana may be his answer to prayer, or is it the possibility of an old love?
London Meriwether leaves her home after the passing of her grandmother, the woman who raised her. She falls in love with Snow Globe, Montana. Right after arriving to the small town, she comes face to face with her learning what it means to truly forgive someone.
Can Ethan help London in her quest of forgiveness? Will London be the help Ethan needs for his deaf son?
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by Joi Copeland, author of Silent Knight
Every year for Christmas, my husband, three boys and I decorate our tree. I remember years ago, when my boys were 2,3, and 4, we were decorating the tree. We lived in a house, and we had put wood floor in the dining room. The tree stood near the dining room/living room. My husband had received a phone call from his dad, and the boys were playing with the little glass balls that would eventually go on the tree. One of them dropped the ball, and it made such a funny noise on the wood floor that my other two cracked up. I told them to be gentle with those glass ornaments. And each one of them nodded and took one ball each in their little hands.
I turned away for just a second when I heard a crash, and a few giggles. These little glass balls weren’t expensive or sentimental. My boys were having such a great time, I couldn’t stop them. So, I took a ball and let it “drop” out of my hands. (Don’t worry. They had shoes on, so their feet were free of any harm).
My boys cracked up so much at that! We kept breaking those little ornaments until we didn’t have any left. My husband tried really hard to hold in his laughter while talking to his dad. When we were finally finished decorating the tree, there wasn’t a single ball ornament on it!
Christmas traditions are the best. No, we don’t break those little balls anymore. But we do decorate as a family. Each year, we decorate the tree and reminisce about the ornaments. Each year, we remember what the ornaments are, who made them, what they mean to us, and how grateful we are to celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior.
What kind of traditions do you and your family have? Answer below for a chance to win a copy of Silent Knight!
Joi Copeland is offering one of my readers a print copy OR ebook copy of Silent Knight! (US only for print, ebook open internationally except where prohibited by law or logistics.) This giveaway is subject to Reading Is My SuperPower’s giveaway policies which can be found here. Enter via the Rafflecopter form below.
What about you? What interests you most about Silent Knight? Do you have a fun memory associated with a Christmas tradition?