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#Giveaway Just Can't Get Enough of Small Town Christmas





Home for the HolidaysHope Nichols has never felt as if she belonged anywhere, except her hometown of Pine Gulch. So, when she hears that her family's property, Christmas Ranch, is set to be shut down forever, a determined Hope heads home. She refuses to let the Grinch steal her holiday; this will be the most memorable ranch Christmas ever! And, thanks to hunky former navy SEAL Rafe Santiago and his adorable nephew, she might just pull off that miracle.










A Texas Christmas: Just the sight of the beautiful widow who bought the sprawling spread east of his puts Nash in the yuletide spirit. Callie and the toddler in the tyke-size cowboy hat fill his head with visions of the three of them together under one roof. That is, if Callie can let go of her past and picture a future with her one and only Lone Star cowboy!








Big Sky Centennial: A small town rich in history…and love: It's time for mistletoe and merriment— for everyone except Robin Frazier. As  Jasper Gulch's centennial celebrations reach their festive conclusion, her guilt is only mounting. The shy historian is hiding something—something that will affect everyone in town. And the more time she spends with pastor Ethan Johnson, creating an old-fashioned Christmas for his church, the more she realizes what this secret is costing her. He's just the kind of man her heart longs for, and his kind brown eyes seem to say he might feel the same. Can she take a chance this Christmas and reveal who she really is—and what her heart is longing to say? 



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Thanks Harlequin!



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  1. Nice giveaway--guaranteed to put one in the holiday mood.

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  2. maybe the third one for the blurb

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  3. I would read Her Montana Christmas because I love a good small town romance :-)

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  4. I would like to read Christmas Ranch. I like that the main character is trying to save her home. Thanks for the giveaway.
    mtakala1 AT yahoo DOT com

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  5. I like the idea of the centennial celebration in Her Montana Christmas.

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