** A TALE of TWO CHRISTMAS LETTERS by Cathy Gillen Thacker – Spotlight & Giveaway **


Merry Christmas. Now that you’ve opened all the packages and are stuffed with your holiday feast, why not sit down in a big comfy chair with a romance novel. According to Harlequin Romance, here are some reasons why:

  1. Get rid of stress: That’s right. To do good, its important to feel good. Reading can reduce your stress about 68%.
  2. Girl Power: Romance novels are typically written by and for women. Best genre to celebrate Girl Power in the 21st century!
  3. Recharge: Take some me time. Even as little as ten minutes can re-energize you.
  4. Be Merry: In life and love we all love happily ever afters. In a romance novel, it’s guaranteed.

We’ve been featuring a holiday book and giveaway this season and today we have Cathy Gillen  Thacker’s A TALE of TWO CHRISTMAS LETTERS.(HQNSpecialEd).


Will a single dad and three little girls fulfill her secret Christmas wish?

Rehab nurse Bess Monroe is mortified that she accidentally sent the wrong Christmas letter to her boss! And so now Jack McCabe, widowed surgeon and father of three little girls, offers his friendship to get through the holidays. But their pact soon turns into something more. Can a woman who’s been burned by love open her heart to Jack for the holidays—and maybe forever?


Thanks to Harlequin Romance novels,  we have one copy of A TALE of TWO CHRISTMAS LETTERS  to giveaway. Just tell us your favorite Holiday memory.  We’ll announce a winner soon. Good luck.

GIVEAWAY: USA only please

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9 thoughts on “** A TALE of TWO CHRISTMAS LETTERS by Cathy Gillen Thacker – Spotlight & Giveaway **

  1. A favorite holiday memory was going downtown to see all the beautifully decorated department store windows and then driving around seeing all the lights and decorations.


  2. So many it’s hard to pick one. Guess I’m blessed a lot. Yesterday, we were talking about when the kids were little and when we got up there were no presents . My husband had gotten up in the middle of the night and put up another entire tree in the playroom in the basement with all their gifts. Really had us for a minute. They couldn’t figure how that tree came down the chimney


  3. My favorite holiday memory is when my husband proposed and I got my engagement ring. I said yes and we’ve been married for 17+ years now.


  4. My favorite memory was 1995. My twins were born on December 22, 95 in a snowstorm. The first day they came home was on Christmas


  5. Living in a Northern Clime was beautiful. We would drive through the neighborhood near ours which had amazing decorations. The snow on the ground, the clear, cold air and the quiet was very special. This memory is one that I can still picture and miss. We were young, and loved this time of year.


  6. I think I’ve mentioned before that one of my favorite Christmas memories and traditions was our yearly cousin Christmas program put on by myself and my 11 cousins each Christmas Eve at my Grandparents.

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