Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Dear Santa Book Tour: Giveaway for a Christmassy Bath and Body Gift Set

 


Dear Santa: A Christmas Wish
A Holiday Romance Anthology
Presented by Authors' Billboard


The Authors’ Billboard’s 2020 fabulous Christmas Box Collection, DEAR SANTA, is filled with 18 brand new stories about characters who have special wishes to ask the big guy during this season.

Most of us have had experiences when something we’ve desperately wanted is so close that Santa seems the perfect person to ask for the miracle.

When one believes, it’s amazing the conflicts that are overcome and the surprises that can follow.
You’ll be amazed by each of these fantastic holiday books full of Christmas cheer and thrilling romance we’ve written for your entertainment.

Mimi Barbour – Alone at Christmas: Being alone is Tara’s worst nightmare, especially during the holidays. Her wish comes true when she finds Mr. Right injured and stranded, but will they survive the dangerous storm?

Rebecca York – Christmas Miracle 1935: Can he trust her enough to help free her father from jail?

Patricia Rosemoor – Marrying Molly: Dear Santa, Please let me meet a McKenna man who will help me end Sheelin O’Keefe’s horrible curse on both our families. Molly Kavanaugh

Susanne Matthews – What Dottie Wants: All Ronnie wants is to give Dottie a great Christmas, but not being able to find the doll she wants may make that impossible.

Traci Hall – Christmas Kiss: Can a teenage crush become forever love?

Angela Stevens – Dear Sinterklaas: Dan had his heart stolen by a girl on summer vacation, now it’s Christmas time, and with a little bit of magic from Sinterklaas, he hopes to make his Christmas wish come true.

Melinda Colt – Saving Maddie: The only reason demons exist is because angels do, too.

Stacy Eaton – Finding Love with Dear Santa: All Faith wants is to get her life back on track.

Stephanie Queen – He Has Santa: A second chance hockey romance.

Josie Riviera – A Chocolate Box Christmas Wish: He’s been all over the world. She’s a home-town girl. Can a holiday wish bridge the gap?

Mona Risk – Dalia's Christmas Wish: Will the doctor make the right decision between an angry fiancée and a medical emergency?

Rachelle Ayala – Toy Soldier Christmas: Can a toy soldier make her wish come true?

Dani Haviland – A Plate of Christmas Cookies: Is it too much to ask for a second miracle?

Taylor Lee – Please Christmas: Be Done: When his 7 year old son ran away looking for Santa... and all his teenage daughter wants for Christmas is for it to be done....the district attorney concedes not only did he lose his wife to cancer, but he was in danger of losing his children.

Susan Jean Ricci – Cruising for Mr. Right: Can a widow discover second chance romance aboard a Christmas cruise and make the right choice between two adoring men?

Alyssa Bailey – Christmas Wishes and You: Beth’s Christmas Wish of a Second Chance at Love could happen if only she would be willing to risk her heart... again.

Nancy Radke – Zsuzsa’s Christmas Wish: She asks Santa for a strong man to help corral a mule that won’t stay home, and is given a rancher who plans to corral her.

Carmen DeSousa – Chicago Hope: Aspiring journalist Maura Hall dreams of changing the world, but she'll settle for Chicago.


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Prize: Christmassy Bath & Body Gift Set

45 comments:

  1. I like the happiness in the end. I just want to have good things in my live right now.

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  2. I like that it's always that happiest time of the year!!
    Theresa Norris
    weceno at yahoo dot com

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  3. I like the cherry fun stories about Christmas.

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  4. Helps create the Christmas spirit.

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  5. Yes, I read holiday books. I like that the book is holiday themed.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  6. I like that Christmas stories usually end happily.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  7. Happy ever after endings - thank you

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  8. I like the warmth of the season and in books you are able to pick up and read even when it is not that time of the year. You can bring happiness to you at the time.

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  9. I love the magic in Christmas stories

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  10. I don't usually read holiday books, but this sounds like a fun series to read.

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  11. I feel like Christmas stories make the holidays more exciting and fun.

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  12. Very cute, I love holiday books!

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  13. I do sometimes. Mostly they are holiday romance type books

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  14. I like that each story takes you to a winter wonderland with characters in search of a Christmas miracle.

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  15. I do read holiday books because it is filled with happiness & love!

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  16. I sometimes read holiday books for a pick-me-up. The stories are usually lighthearted and fun.

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  17. I like the warmth of holiday books

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  18. I like that the book is holiday themed.

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  19. I used to. Now I watch Christmas movies more, because of my eyesight from the Diabetes.

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  20. What I love about Christmas books is that they are so magical. Sugar Plums dancing on my head 🌲

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  21. I like heartwarming reads and happy endings!

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  22. It looks merry and bright and like a very good read.

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  23. I love holiday books. It sounds like a good read.

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  24. I love holiday books! Usually great uplifting stories.

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  25. I think any type of Christmas story would be magical and sweet, but I have not yet read any related Holiday Books.

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  26. I dont ususally read Holiday books, but these sound sweet

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  27. I like Christmas stories because they are often nostalgic and they get me in the holiday spirit.

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  28. I will read a holiday book or two every year and I like that these all sound like they contain the magic of a Christmas wish in them.

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  29. I love reading holiday books.

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  30. I love that holiday storys are cheerful and full of love

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  31. I love feel good Christmas stories that warm your heart and get you into the holiday mood. Sometimes they even provide an escape from reality.

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  32. I like the magically feeling of a holiday happy ending story.

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  33. I love happy endings in romance! It's so heartwarming!

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  34. I don’t read a lot of Christmas novels, but I love a good cheery novel!

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  35. I like reading books surrounding the holidays where a character gets their Christmas wish.

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  36. They help you feel the magic and hope of the season!

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  37. I love Christmas stories as there is something magical and special about them.

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  38. I read Christmas stories all year long but there just seems to be something special about reading them during the holidays. We all wish for something in our lives and these stories are about the ones who get what they need as a happy ending.

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