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LIH Spotlight: The Nanny’s Temporary Triplets

This week I’m shining the spotlight on
The Nanny’s Temporary Triplets by Noelle Marchand,
a May release from Love Inspired Historical.

Learn more about the story below, and then scroll
down to enter the giveaway for a print copy.

A Family-to-Be 

After fleeing to Little Horn, Texas, when she discovered her fiancé was a con man, Caroline Murray agrees to act as the temporary nanny for her brother’s handsome neighbor. Though caring for David McKay’s daughter and the orphaned infant triplets he’s fostering is just a charitable gesture, she’s falling for the children and David. But if there’s one lesson Caroline won’t forget, it’s that her feelings can’t be trusted.

With children to care for and a ranch to run, David definitely needs help—though he doesn’t want a new wife. But his affection for Caroline runs deeper than mere appreciation of her skills as a nanny. She was only supposed to be a temporary solution, but will Caroline find a permanent place in David’s heart?

Copyright © 2017 by Harlequin Enterprises Limited
Cover art and cover copy text used by arrangement with Harlequin Enterprises Limited.
® and ™ are trademarks owned by Harlequin Enterprises Limited
or its affiliated companies, used under license.


For the Love 0f National Parks

I’ve been looking forward to doing some traveling with Gwynly now that he’s retired. One of our destinations is Southern California, including a stop at Sequoia National Park.

I went to the park as a young girl and only have vague memories. One of those memories is standing in line to see General Sherman. I remembered the famous redwood as being big. That’s an understatement. It’s the world’s largest tree, by volume. Talk about impressive!

We have a few more stops planned on our trip, but seeing this incredible sight will stand out as one of the highlights, I’m sure.


Question for You

Which national park is your favorite?

Note: Since I’m still working away at the revisions of my
November Love Inspired Historical, Their Mistletoe Matchmakers,
which are due to my editor by the end of this week,
I won’t be responding to comments like I usually do.
Thanks for your patience and understanding.


Book Giveaway!

Enter to win a print copy of The Nanny’s Temporary Triplets
by leaving a comment on this post with the answer to the
question above. You must answer it to qualify.
(Be sure to leave your email address when you’re
prompted to do so during the commenting process.
To keep spammers from snatching your address,
please don’t leave it in your comment itself.)

Giveaway ends Saturday, April 8 at 11:59 p.m. PST.

Winner to be announced in my new
blog post on Monday, April 10.

Must be 18 to enter. International OK. Void where prohibited.

Congratulations to the winner from my March 27 post.
Sherida S. will receive a copy of Family of Convenience,
an April LIH by Victoria W. Austin.







Keli Gwyn


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  • Connie tillman says:

    I like the great smokey mountains and Tuskegee airmen area.
    I love national parks. I love the jr ranger programs they have for the kids

  • Anonymous says:

    Can’t pick just one so Yellowstone, Glacier, Lassen have to be my top picks.

  • Julia Buzard says:

    Haven’t been there (yet) but I am fascinated by Yellowstone. Hope to get there someday.

  • Deana Dick says:

    Garner State Park because it is in the hill country of Texas and has a breathtaking scenery surrounding it.

  • Yosemite is my favorite. But I too went to Sequoia when I was young. I remember watching bears out of our cabin window and my dad telling us, “shut the curtains!” as if the bears would see us and want to come in! And I also had the mother of all toothaches while we were there so that is impressed on my memory.Ack! I went to Yosemite when I was 16 with an exchange student from Germany and her host family. It was absolutely beautiful, but they all loved to hike and even at that age I was a couch potato!! I could hardly move by the time we went home! I totally miss the beauty that is in CA! My sister used to live in Crescent City and I loved the huge redwood trees and the ocean there…God sure created a place of beauty when he created CA!

  • Robin in NC says:

    I’ve only been to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park & I love it there! Someday I would like to go to Yellowstone & see Old Faithful!

  • Marie says:

    Since I’m originally from Maine, Arcadia National Park holds a special place in my heart, but I’d love to see some of the others.

  • Brenda W says:

    My favorite parks are Yosemite and the Cade’s Cove area of The Great Smoky Mountains NP. I love the valley, river, mountains, trees and waterfalls of Yosemite. I love the old houses, the old log buildings, grist mill, churches, and the green valley surrounded with mountains and trees in Cade’s Cove.

  • Jordann says:

    I loved Yellowstone! I remember it was one of my favorite family trips growing up!

  • Lynne M Feuerstein says:

    Unfortunately I haven’t visited a National Park,yet. I would have to say Sequoia National Park would be my first and favorite choice.

  • Martha Peace says:

    Great Smokie mountain

  • Becky Smith says:

    We’ve only been to a few. I enjoyed the Redwood National Park and the Grand Canyon. I don’t think I could pick between them, but we do hope to visit more sometime – especially since we have an (almost) empty house. The last one is in his 2nd year of college. This book looks really good, and I love your blog, even though I don’t always leave a comment. It’s fun to read historical fiction!

  • Mari says:

    Great Smokey Mountains National Park and Yellowstone. Both of these are beautiful. Looking forward to reading The Nanny’s Temporary Triplets. LIH books are always wonderful stories.

  • I have never been to any of the larger national parks!
    But there is a park here in Kentucky called “Natural Bridge” and I really enjoy going there!! It’s a natural monstrous bridge made out of rock!

  • Keli Gwyn says:

    This week’s winner is Becky Smith. Congratulations, Becky! I’ll be in touch.