Monday, December 9, 2019

12 Days of Christmas Book Giveaways: Mary Manners' Christmas story

Let's welcome my author friend Mary Manners to the blog today!

She's here to give away one e-book copy of her story, Christmas in Miracle Cove: A Heartwarming Holiday Romance.

Meet Mary:

Author Bio:

Mary Manners lives in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains of East Tennessee with her husband Tim and their rescue dog Axel, mischievous cats Colby and Rascal, a flock of rambunctious chickens, and an aquarium teeming with fish.

Mary writes small-town family romances laced with faith, hope, and humor. Her books have earned multiple accolades including two Inspirational Reader’s Choice Awards, the Gail Wilson Award of Excellence, the Aspen Gold, the Heart of Excellence, and the National Excellence in Romance Fiction Award.

Mary loves long sunrise runs, Smoky Mountain sunsets, flavored coffee, and chocolate … lots of chocolate.


Here's the blurb and cover for Mary's book:


Down on her luck after budget cuts claim her job, art teacher Hope Casey returns to Miracle Cove to raise her five-year-old daughter, Sydney. While working at the local diner, Hope is befriended by Noah Armstrong, the youth director at Miracle Cove's Community Church. 

Noah is dealing with issues of his own—a painful divorce following confirmation that he'll never be able to father a child. Noah longs for a family of his own, but fears it may never come to pass.

When Noah and Hope team up to direct Miracle Cove's Christmas Pageant, they are both searching for a little holiday cheer. What they discover is truly a Christmas miracle.

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  1. I do not think that I have ever been in need of a specific Christmas miracle. But I count just being healthy and able to enjoy the season a miracle in itself.

  2. I could use one this year. My niece needs to find a place to live and get her car running. Right now we both are sharing a small bedroom at my brothers and she has to sleep on the floor. we hope and pray to find a place we can afford together.

  3. I don’t think I ever have, I just try to be grateful for what we have.
    perrianne (DOT) askew (AT) me (DOT) com
    Perrianne Askew


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