Because the very first Christmas began in a small town . . . 

Coming this Christmas!

 

A SHARP COMPETITION

A paperback compilation of Hopes and Fears

and

Love Me, Laurel

A SHARP COMPETITION

Coming August 2015!
Experience sibling rivalry this Christmas in:
Hopes and Fears ~ O' Little Town of Christmas Collection
Love Me, Laurel ~ The American State Flower Series

 

1910 Bethlehem, Connecticut
 

It all began in Baker's Dozen.

(The Most Eligible Bachelor Romance Collection)

 

Twelve prime heiresses from across the grand state of Texas arrive in Fort Worth on a beautiful October day to meet widower Duke Baker. Among those ladies is . . .

 

Georgia Sharp yearns for love, marriage, and babies. Against her brother Travis's "good judgement," she attends the Baker House Party, determined to make Fort Worth's most-eligible bachelor fall in love. Per his usual behavior, Travis makes muck of her plans. Their parents are consoling. Travis isn't. Travis insists Georgia's desperation to marry pushes men away. Like him, most men aren't going to fall in love until they're good and ready. Georgia, though, believes love isn't as much a choice as it is a consequence of circumstance and compulsion. So sure she's right, she boasts that she can make Travis fall in love by Christmas. So sure she's wrong, if she can accomplish the impossible, Travis agrees to never meddle in her love life again. All Georgia needs now is to find a girl her persnickety brother can't resist, and if the girl breaks Travis's Scroogish heart . . . well, all the merrier. This is one sibling competition Georgia isn't going to lose.

She's right. He's right. Both sides of the story.

LOVE ME, LAUREL

Travis's story

 

Keeping his sister from falling in love with the wrong man is frustrating, made more so by an interferring Bethlehem confectioner.

 

 

HOPES AND FEARS

Georgia's story

 

Finding her brother a bride is easy, especially with the help of a

fun-loving Bethlehem councilman.

 

The first step in pursuing joy is to simply begin now. This day, with all its shortcomings, is the day the LORD has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it. For if we do not rejoice today, we will not rejoice at all.

COPYRIGHT © 2017 BY GINA WELBORN. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

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