Promo & Teaser: A Christmas Reunion by Donna Hatch

A Christmas Reunion,
The Gift of a Second Chance
by Donna Hatch
Adult Historical Romance (Clean)
Published November 5th, 2014 by The Wild Rose Press

 

Heartbroken that her betrothed has wed another woman, Emily is determined to pick up the pieces of her life and enjoy Christmas with her family. ​

Newly returned from war, Bennett holds a secret and will do anything to ensure Emily, his only true love, never discovers it...even if it means losing her.

Fate reunites the star-crossed lovers and reveals the truth that will either unite them or drive them apart forever.

Teaser

She should step away. She really should. Allowing him to hold her created a long­absent sense of wholeness. As safety enveloped her, her shuddering eased and her tears faded to hiccups. He held her close, so strong and protective. She inhaled his aftershave, something clean and earthy and faintly spicy. The warmth of his body brought familiar comfort. She ached to kiss away all her hurt and loneliness. She ached to restore the love they’d once shared. She ached to be complete again. But he didn’t love her. He’d jilted her for another. 

The ache intensified to a sharp pain.

Donna 2013 (1)About Donna Hatch

My passion for writing began at the tender age of 8 and I’ve been hooked ever since. Of course, I also wanted to be an actress and a ballerina, but one out of three isn’t bad, right?

In between caring for six children, (7 counting my husband), my day job, my free lance editing and copy writing, and my many volunteer positions, I manage to carve out time to indulge in my writing obsession. After all, it IS an obsession. My family is more patient and supportive than I deserve.

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I'm looking forward to reading this! How about you? Will you be grabbing a copy?

30 comments

  1. Excellent review!

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  2. You can't beat 99 cents! Great deal.

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  3. Cali Willette11/8/14, 12:35 PM

    Good review. I like the her name Arabella. ;)

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  4. marypreston11/8/14, 2:30 PM

    This book ticks all the boxes for me - especially Christmas & historical.

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  5. I will definitely be buying a copy! We love Donna!!!

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  6. 10 - 11 course meals? Really. Sheesh. Of course I like food, so it might be kind of fantastic...hehe!

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  7. Just knowing that Lady and the Tramp was set during this area is enough to make me want to check the book out. But the amazing synopsis doesn't hurt either. Or the amazing cover!

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  8. I would not be good as a debutante. I am a tomboy, I don't have much of a girly gene in me at all. Dresses kind of make me cringe most of the time. And the types of guys who actually would want to be at these events and find a wife there would most likely not be my type. But I would love to go just to check it out, and eat some of the food, and probably be a nuisance!

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  9. Angelo Parcesepe11/15/14, 10:50 AM

    I'm so excited about this!

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  10. My only complaint would be that I wish it was longer. I'd like 100 pages. :)

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  11. Nope, you can't. I hope you enjoy it if you grabbed a copy!

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  12. It would be romantic. And dancing the waltz... *sigh*

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  13. It is a pretty cover and it fits the story as well. :)

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  14. Lol! Thanks for sharing!

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  15. I wouldn't like to be on display, but that's just me.

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  16. That definitely was the point. They don't really have honorable things like that anymore.

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  17. Ha! You would be able to figure out what you liked and what you didn't.

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  18. I'd just need to walk around. A lot. But they did have dances a lot, so you'd burn calories there, right?

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  19. Lol! Glad you've got your priorities straight there. ;) It was an enjoyable book. Heavy on the romance, but I liked it.

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  20. You could just be the feisty debutante and all the guys would hang out with you instead of the other dramatic girls. ;)

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  21. My priorities can be slightly skewed at times....

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  22. Well, then.... I think I could handle being the feisty deb who is buddies with the boys!

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  23. Just to let you know, the Twitter follow entry for celticlady isn't working. I don't know if it is just me, but i haven't been able to find it, googling or clicking on the link....

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  24. It's the one she sent me, but I think we had trouble with that link several months back. Thanks for letting me know. :)

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