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I'm on Robin Lee Hatchers Blog today

And there is a RECIPE!
Besides us talking about our novella that just released
A Home for Christmas
on sale for 99 cents on Kindle and Nook

I have a Christmas novella releasing today--with Robin Lee Hatcher

And it just went up on Amazon today.

Wow, fast work. It's a ebook and it costs 99 cents
I recommend you buy one for everyone on your Christmas list . (And don't tell them how much it cost!)

It's called:

A Home for Christmas: The Sweetest Gift/A Christmas Angel

Click HERE to buy for Kindle on Amazon

Click HERE to buy for Nook on Barnes and Noble

If you have neither a Kindle or a Nook you can download the book to your computer and since it's a novella, it doesn't take long to read it there.
It's two romances in one book.

The Sweetest Gift by Mary Connealy

A spinster with a master's degree who is a world traveler, librarian by day and concert pianist by night, marries a Nebraska rancher with an eighth grade education. Their worlds are so far apart that each is afraid to admit their marriage of convenience is turning into a love match.


When Christmas draws near Adelaide must decide if she can give up her hopes of owning a beautiful piano so her husband can have the stallion he needs for his ranch. And Graham may need to risk his perfect brood mare to show his love for his wife by buying her the Christmas gift of her dreams.

A Christmas Angel by Robin Lee Hatcher

Ten-year-old Annie Gerrard, stuck in a wheelchair since falling from the barn loft, hopes for a beautiful angel to go atop the Christmas tree, but God’s answer to her prayer is completely unexpected.
Annie’s widower father, Mick, hated to ask his in-laws for help, but he had no other choice. He never imagined they would send his wife’s stepsister, Jennifer Whitmore, to care for his daughter. Nor did he foresee the love she would bring into their home. Did he and Annie dare hope that Jennifer might choose to stay?