A inspirational novella collection... Love for All Seasons by Stacy Henrie (Blog Tour Excerpt & Giveaway)


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Love for All Seasons: Four Inspirational Historical Romance Novellas
Love for All Seasons
(Four Inspirational Historical Romance Novellas)
Christian Historical Romance
ebook, 164 pages
November 9th 2016

Summary

If you like the inspirational historical romances of Deanne Gist and Lauraine Snelling, you’ll love USA Today bestselling author Stacy Henrie! With four novellas—one for each season of the year—you’ll find a heartwarming collection of couples from a simpler time in America who discover the redeeming powers of faith and love.

A Long Winter Kiss

As Samantha and Rex’s childhood friendship matured into young love, they promised their hearts to one another, even as Rex headed off to war. But their hope for a bright future was shattered when Rex succumbed to his belief that the horrors of war had made him a man no woman could love. Now he has returned, and Samantha must help Rex see that he still has much to give—and much more to gain—by replacing fear with faith and opening himself to love.

An Unlikely Spring Courtship

Tempest worked hard to secure her independence as a woman running her own mercantile, so when Bram has the audacity to open a competing shop in a town with only enough room for one, Tempest is driven to despair. And then to retaliation. But when tragedy strikes their community and threatens everything they both hold dear, will they be able to recognize that what they share is far more important than what separates them?

A Summer for Love

Loralee’s life has changed dramatically in the eight years since she’s last seen the resort town of Bayocean, but one thing that has never changed is her feelings for Wyatt, a man she promised to meet at the resort on a specific day if they were both still unattached. When Wyatt appears on that date, as hopeful and uncertain as Loralee, the two must see if an old and abiding love has outlasted the changes wrought by time—and begin to build a new life together.

Romance in Autumn

Phoebe and James grew up together but apart in the same beautiful mansion, he as the son of the owners, she as the daughter of a servant. In the years since, Phoebe’s fortunes have changed dramatically, and she carries the dream of one day owning the mansion that is still close to her heart. Until James—now a deeply compelling man—delivers the bad news that securing the purchase will be all but impossible. As Phoebe reluctantly relinquishes her dream, she will also look deep into her soul to learn that a true home might exist in her budding love for James.

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Excerpt

“Where is that confounded ledger?” Tempest Blakely placed another stack of receipts and papers on the counter above her. If people didn’t know better they might mistake her mercantile as a paper shop, given the mess she’d made this morning. But she was sure she’d placed the ledger under the counter next to her tin of pencils after closing up last night. And yet the book was nowhere to be seen.

The bells on the door tinkled as a customer entered. “I shall be with you in a moment,”

Tempest called out.

“I’ll just look around,” a male voice responded.

She blew a puff of air to dislodge one of her springy auburn curls out of her eyes and sat back on her heels, her wide skirts ballooning around her. Why couldn’t she remember something as simple as where she’d placed the ledger? Squeezing her eyes shut, she attempted to retrace her steps from last night. Old Mr. Seymour had been her last customer—she could remember that because she’d finally succeeded in coaxing a smile from the ornery miner. A victory indeed, since he typically grumbled the entire time inside her store about it “not bein’ right for a female to be runnin’ this place like a man.”

Then she’d made supper, though she’d come down before eating it to look through the crate of combs and hairbrushes she’d ordered. They were a bit of an experiment to draw more female customers to her store. She’d needed a hammer to pry open the box and she’d found the tool . . . under the ledger.

Tempest leapt up to find the hammer sitting innocently on top of the ledger at the far end of the counter. “Aha.” She lifted the tool off the account book and brandished it in the air in triumph. She’d remembered after all.

“Do you greet all of your customers as if you mean to bash them over the head?”

About the Author


USA Today bestselling author Stacy Henrie is the author of western romances and the Of Love and War series, which includes Hope at Dawn, a 2015 RITA Award finalist for excellence in romance. She was born and raised in the West, where she currently resides with her family. She enjoys reading, road trips, interior decorating, chocolate, and most of all, laughing with her husband and kids. You can learn more about Stacy and her books by visiting her website at stacyhenrie.com.


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