Happy Thursday, guys!
I’m excited to be with you here today. My latest book baby is out in the world and bringing in some Christmas cheer. Her Christmas Redemption may not have the typical backdrop people think of when they think Christmas. You know big city girl moving to a small town world and saving the small-town business instead of tearing it down. However, it does have some similar aspects.
You see, my heroine Vivian Dupre has just been released from prison after being sentenced for driving while intoxicated. And it’s in prison that she finds Jesus and dedicates her life to serving Him. Vivian’s a little worried that the people of Willow Springs won’t embrace her if they know her history, so she’s determined to keep it a secret.
And we all know what happens with secrets . . .
The first day she arrives in the new town, she gets asked to work on the church’s Christmas Wishes project. A project that seeks to make Christmas dreams come true for those in need. I loved the idea behind this project and loved seeing Vivian and the hero, Michael Wood, experience the wonder of Christ during the season.
It’s my hope that you’ll enjoy my take of what the meaning behind Christmas is. Not that it’s new, but we don’t always read books about ex cons during the Christmas season. Yet, aren’t they the ones Jesus was born for? The very ones Jesus died for?
In Her Christmas Redemption, you’ll find
- tiny homes
- Buffalo National River setting
- Christmas presents
- Church play
- Brooding hero
- New Christian heroine
- Secondary characters to delight
- Christmas decorating
- And more!
I hope you get the opportunity to read this book. It released November 29th and can be found at your favorite retailer. Here’s what the back of the book says:
Can she find a second chance…
on a town’s holiday wish list?
Organizing her church’s Christmas Wishes program is the perfect start to Vivian Dupre’s new life—one without the shame of her recent mistakes. But as she grows closer to co-coordinator Michael Wood, she’s even more determined to keep her past hidden. Together they can give joy to their small town. But when Michael discovers her secret, will he be willing to grant Vivian’s holiday wish—forgiveness?
Now for the giveaway. I’ll be happy to give the reader their choice of a paperback (US only) or ebook (US or international) copy of Her Christmas Redemption. For a chance to win, please tell me your favorite CHristmas tradition in the comments. Comment by 12/11/22, 11:59pm EST and I’ll pick one random winner.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Until next year,