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Mistletoe Mommy | Keli Gwyn
Keli Gwyn
LIH Spotlight: Mistletoe Mommy

This week I’m shining the spotlight on
Mistletoe Mommy, an October release from
Love Inspired Historical author Danica Favorite.

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

A MOTHER FOR CHRISTMAS

Widower Luke Jeffries needs a mother for his three young children, whether or not they agree. When he meets Nellie McClain at the mail-order-bride agency, Luke thinks his problems are solved, but they’ve only just begun. Though the beautiful widow awakens his grieving heart, Luke won’t betray his cherished wife’s memory.

A marriage of convenience is exactly what Nellie wants, since she’s been wounded by love before and doesn’t plan to risk her heart again. But despite her chilly reception at Luke’s family’s simple Colorado cabin, her feelings for Luke and the children grow deeper every day. Can Nellie and Luke heal the pain in each other and finally make their family whole again?

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.

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Broadway Bound…Sort of

I visited New York City once when I attended a writing conference that took place there. The conference hotel was situated right on Times Square with all its frenzied activity and neon glitz.

Many of my fellow conference attendees were eager to see a Broadway show. Not me. This small-town gal summoned her courage, had the hotel hail her a cab, hopped on a ferry and enjoyed a breathtaking view of the Statue of Liberty while en route to Ellis Island. My solo outing was a high point of that trip.

I’ve wondered a number of times since if I should have taken in Broadway show back then. Since I have no plans to return to NYC, that opportunity isn’t like to come my way again.

Or so I thought…

Our daughter, Adriana, has been working hard this past year and a half, intent upon earning her teaching credential. This coming December, she will jump through the final hoops and become a full-fledged teacher.

I wanted to do something special to celebrate our gal’s achievement. She and her dad enjoyed a trip to Europe when she was in high school and had a wonderful time, so I asked Carl what he thought of us ladies taking a trip of our own this time. He was all for it.

Since Adriana loves Broadway musicals, I got the idea of seeing which of them will be playing in San Francisco over her Christmas break. That would be Aladdin, a show she would love to see.

When I told Adri that she and I will be traveling to the Bay Area by train, staying in a historic hotel in the heart of the city and seeing Aladdin at the famous Orpheum Theater, her expression went from disbelief to delight in a matter of seconds.

The next few months will be filled with anticipation and a flurry of Facebook IMs as we plan our itinerary. I don’t know which of us is more excited. San Francisco, here we come!

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Questions for You

Which Broadway shows are your favorites?

Have you ever attended a Broadway show in person?

If you haven’t, which show would you most want to see?

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Book Giveaway!

Enter to win a print copy of Mistletoe Mommy
by leaving a comment on this post with the answer to one of
the questions above. You must answer at least one 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, September 23 at 11:59 p.m. PST.

Winner to be announced in my new
blog post on Monday, September 25.

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

Congratulations to the winner from my September 11 post!
Sandy S. will receive Cowboy Lawman’s Christmas Reunion,
an October LIH by Louise M. Gouge.

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