Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Latest in Christian Fiction

After two broken engagements, so-called runaway bride Kristianna Harrington is content to run her shop, Forever Christmas, in her little hometown of Jingle Bells, Arkansas, and forget about romance.

She reluctantly agrees to be the maid of honor at her best friend's wedding, but making it down the aisle becomes the least of her worries when a handsome newcomer threatens her precious town. Kristianna vows to stop the striking lawyer hired to change the town name and turns to her childhood friends for help. But Ami is busy with wedding plans, and Garrett seems more interested in bowling than politics.

Will Kristianna get the help she needs before both her town and her Christmas spirit are extinguished?

The perfect gift for the reader on your Christmas list or something to slip into your own stocking, Forever Christmas is sure to please readers who are looking for a holiday treat!

Award-winning novelist Christine Lynxwiler lives with her husband and daughters in a small town nestled in the north Arkansas Ozarks. When writing Forever Christmas, Christine used her own love for both the hometown of her childhood and her current hometown as a pattern for Kristianna’s passion for Jingle Bells. However, regardless of local rumors, the quirky townspeople are strictly figments of her imagination.

When she’s not working on her next deadline, you might find Christine kayaking on the nearby river with her family, poking around auctions and estate sales with friends, or curled up alone in a quiet corner with a great book.

Please visit her at http://www.christinelynxwiler.com/ and sign the guestbook to let her know you stopped by!

Click HERE to buy Forever Christmas now!

2 comments:

  1. I think it is wonderful that you feature other books in your blog. One might never come across some of these gems in their day in/day out routines. I enjoyed reading Rekindled. My husband read it first because of the photo cover (He likes westerns) and said it was "pretty good." Said it was a real tear-jerker. For him to admit that is something. I am looking forward to many more!

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  2. Hey Dorothy, so glad you enjoy these peeks into what's new in fiction written from a Christian worldview! Please pass along my thanks to your husband. What a great guy! ;)

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