Book Spotlight (and a Giveaway!): An Orphan’s Hope by Christina Miller

Posted January 19, 2022 by meezcarrie in Christian, contemporary, giveaway, romance / 9 Comments

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An Orphan's Hope

AN ORPHAN’S HOPE by Christina Miller
SERIES: Natchez #2
GENRE: Inspirational Contemporary Romance
PUBLISHER: Love Inspired
RELEASE DATE: January 25, 2022
PAGES: 215

He trusts her with his new daughter.

But his wounded heart is another matter…

Twice left at the altar, preacher Jase Armstrong avoids commitment at all costs—until he inherits his cousin’s three-day-old baby. Pushing him further out of his comfort zone is Erin Tucker, the nurse for his live-in octogenarian boss, and her lessons on caring for an infant. But can Jase open his heart enough to see the family forming around him?


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Sometimes, in the darkest nights when sleep wouldn’t come, Erin questioned her desire to run farther and farther from her childhood home in New York City, first to the Hamptons and then seeking adventure in faraway places. Would she never settle down? Would she merely drift from place to place for the rest of her life?

Most important at this moment, how did this sweet old home appeal to her more than the exciting life she’d lived the past three years? Maybe Rosewood’s atmosphere made her wish for permanence, with its historic house and century-old herbs and slightly quirky owner who’d probably been alive during the Second World War.

Did it do the same for Jase? As he handed her the lid for her tumbler, she wondered for the first time at his choice of a home. Sure, he managed the estate, and he performed weddings for Miss Fannie’s venue and looked after her. But that didn’t mean he had to live here.

Maybe he felt the same way about it as she did. Or had one of his secrets driven him here? She took a good look at Jase as he sipped his lemonade, suddenly wishing she understood him better. Did he plan to live at Rosewood indefinitely? Maybe he was Miss Fannie’s heir and would someday raise a family here.

She couldn’t guess his feelings about this home or his reasons for immersing himself in it. She knew only that she loved this old estate. And at that moment, if Erin didn’t know her wandering lifestyle kept her heart safe, she might never want to leave Rosewood.

An Orphan’s Hope • Christina Miller
Harlequin Love Inspired © 2022 used by permission

Christina Miller

Editor and author Christina Miller’s idea of a perfect day involves a white-sand beach, a stack of books, and a glass of sweet tea. Ten years ago, she decided to leave her job as an RN and become a writer and editor so she could read for a living—and sometimes even work on the beach.

Christina is a Bethany Global University graduate, pastor’s wife, worship leader, and author for Love Inspired, the Christian imprint of Harlequin. When she doesn’t have her nose in a book or her toes in the sand, you might catch her visiting an antebellum mansion, exploring a museum, or teaching at a women’s conference. Christina lives on her family farm with her husband of thirty-three years.


An Orphan's Hope JustRead Giveaway

(1) winner will receive a print copy of An Orphan’s Hope and a $20 Amazon gift card!

Be sure to check out each stop on the tour for more chances to win. Full tour schedule linked below. Giveaway began at midnight January 19, 2021 and lasts through 11:59 PM EST on January 26, 2021. Winner will be notified within 2 weeks of close of the giveaway and given 48 hours to respond or risk forfeiture of prize. US only. Void where prohibited by law or logistics.

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