I'm giving away a copy of this 4-novella volume of Christmas romance stories. Please leave a comment for a chance to win.
Do you like Christmas stories? You'll love these four novellas by Linda Goodnight, Kelly Eileen Hake, Vickie McDonough, and my sometime critique partner, Therese Stenzel. (Yay, Therese!) Here are the story titles: An Irish Bride for Christmas, Little Dutch Bride, An English Bride Goes West, and The Cossack Bride. As you can see, you'll get to find out a little bit about other cultures as they clash with the American Great Plains, just in time for Christmas.
Here are the short summaries of each story.
Anastasia Fedorov leaves home and searches for a husband thwart her guardian's devious plans for her inheritance. Jace Brackett hires Anastasia to nanny his troublesome little sister. Could the employer be the answer to the employee's prayers?
Jerome Sanders orders up a Dutch bride to earn a grant that will save the family farm. Idelia van der Zee is delighted when a letter arrives asking for her hand. But will she balk when Jerome's true motive is revealed?
Jackson Lancaster must find a wife or lose custody of his niece. Larkin Doyle is grateful her employer took in an orphan she believes was abandoned. When Larkin meets Jackson could romance blossom?
Katherine Wiltshire needs a husband to help her secure her claim to her deceased father's land. Haunted by a criminal past, Charlie Landing must prove himself as the new sheriff and acquire a wife. When the two find themselves engaged, can they trust God with their future?