Bargain books November 06, 2020

I’m browsing for books today, with some success I might add. All three are bargain at prices too.

This first one I’ve read in a collection somewhere, can’t recall where but I do remember the story. I liked it a lot.

A Song to Call Ours: (Front Porch Promises Book 5)

Amazon quote:

Amanda Reynolds has always dreamed of being a songwriter and recording artist, so she drops out of music school and heads for Nashville. But when her car breaks down in a tiny eastern Tennessee town, her dreams take a big detour.

Mitchell Cunningham loves running his garage and repairing cars in his small hometown. But Amanda’s appearance makes him reconsider his priorities, especially the one about staying away from any woman who doesn’t share his small-town dreams.

When a big break in the Nashville music scene comes Amanda’s way, what will Mitch do to keep from losing the woman he loves?

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This next one is in the same series but, thankfully, it’s one I haven’t read yet. Glancing through the first few pages I think it will be next on my TBR list.

A Family to Call Ours: (Front Porch Promises Book 4)

Amazon quote:

Young widow Tara Madsen has spent the last two years dealing with her eight-year-old daughter’s battle with cancer. Now a new job means the opportunity to give Hailey the best Christmas ever, but the arrival of Caleb Fitzpatrick, her employers’ son, and overreaching authorities put that goal in jeopardy.

Caleb returns to his small Massachusetts hometown with one mission—to make sure another charlatan doesn’t take advantage of his parents and their generosity. When he meets Tara, the new receptionist at the family business, he is immediately on guard. A pretty blonde fooled him once before, and he will make sure it doesn’t happen again.

Will Tara’s sincere and giving nature soften Caleb’s heart and help him learn to trust and love again?

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Or maybe this one, it looks interesting. Everything about this book is new to me, I’m excited by new.

Christmas at the End of Main Street (A Nestled Hollow Romance Book 2

Amazon quote:

All either of them wants for Christmas are some jingle bells, to deck the halls, and for everyone to stop finding them dates.

Macie Zimmerman would love to get married and start a family. But after so much searching, she’s sick of having hope that something will work out. All she needs is a good six months of no dating– time she could spend building her business, Paws and Relax, and hanging out with the animals who show her all the love she needs– to be able to face it again. If only she can keep everyone in town from trying to find her a husband.

High school teacher Aaron Hall plans to never get married. He got engaged once, and it turned out as awful as his parents’ marriage had. But that doesn’t stop all his married friends from trying to convince him otherwise. And worst of all, his students are now determined to find him a wife before the end of the school year.

This Christmas, Macie and Aaron are teaming up to make everyone believe they’re dating each other so they’ll quit trying to line them up with others. But as this fake relationship takes them to holiday parties, events around town, and his school’s winter formal, and “fake” starts to feel “real,” can they overcome the obstacles in their way?

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I’m currently reading book two of this collection. Just started actually. I’m tempted to put this read aside in favor of today’s books but maybe I’ll persevere a little longer first. I had trouble relating to the characters in book one but with different author, different main character maybe it will go better this time.

Something Borrowed: Christmas Weddings Collection 

Book two:

All the Moore by Toni Shiloh — Leilah Anderson has been living behind the screen to hide her disability, then she meets Reggie Moore face-to-face. Can their relationship survive the truth and distance between them?

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This has been a good day for books, I’m pleased. I hope you are too.

Happy Reading y’all

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