Don’t let the cover keep you from buying a great two-novella e-book, selling today for only 99 cents.
This weekend I quickly read through this well-written book. The romance novellas are perfect sweet reads for this holiday season. The Sweetest Gift by Mary Connealy is similar to The Gift of the Magi, yet has its own uniqueness. The sisters are interesting characters and I regretted that the story didn’t have time to develop their characters more. Perhaps they will appear in their own novella next season.
Robin Lee Hatcher’s A Christmas Angel brings a special Christmas to a nine-year-old girl and her father in rural Idaho. Superbly written, this story would appeal to teenagers, too.
 
The Sweetest Gift by Mary Connealy: Seattle, Washington 1899.
A spinster, librarian by day and concert pianist by night, marries a Nebraska rancher. 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 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.
A Christmas Angel by Robin Lee Hatcher: Idaho 1892. 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, never imagined his late wife’s in-laws would send 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?
Both Christian historical Christmas romance novellas are included in this e-book for only 99 cents.
Click here to purchase A Home For Christmas: The Sweetest Gift / A Christmas Angel