Sunday, December 8, 2019

12 Days of Christmas Book Giveaways: Bell Renshaw's Christmas stories

Let's welcome my author friend Bell Renshaw to the blog today!

She's here to give away not one but two of her Christmas stories!

Meet Bell:

Author Bio: 
Annabell "Bell" Renshaw has always loved books and the power of a good story. 

She turned those passions toward writing at an early age, finding solace and adventure in made-up worlds when her mother would read to her as a kid. She's grown up now, but still finds herself lost in those worlds. 

She believes in the power of a happy ending and the fact that — no matter what — love will always find a home.
Blurbs and covers for Bell's books:

One Christmas in Winter (Winter, Montana Novella Book 1) 

Reba Farwell is finally getting a chance to live out her dreams. 

Sent to Winter, Montana to direct filming for a crucial, on-location shoot, she knows the next two weeks will make or break her career. And she could definitely use a break. As if that isn’t enough, she’s got a secret that none of her crew knows. All she’s asking for is two weeks of small town, Christmas beauty and a little bit of on-camera sizzle.

Five years ago, Hoyt Bradley’s heart and future shattered in one fell swoop that landed him back in Winter. Thankfully, making lemonade—or his father’s famous lemon meringue pie— out of lemons is what he does best. 

Running Bentley’s Diner has filled the gaps left in the wake of his heartbreak, even if it hasn’t healed him completely. Not wanting to relive memories of his rocky start in the film industry, Hoyt does his best to steer clear of the dreaded film crew, but Winter has a way of bringing people together.

After one fateful delivery and a score of icy bad luck, Reba finds herself in a bind and at the mercy of what Winter can offer. Will she pull the film together in time to salvage her name as a director? Or will the sparks flying off-camera create more of a distraction than she knows how to handle? 

Come visit Winter, Montana in this Christmas Novella where the Christmas lights are always on and the snow falls most frequently when loved ones share a kiss.

The Perfect Christmas (Winter, Montana Novella Book 2)

Will the perfect Christmas be enough to convince Beau that a life with Ansley could be equally perfect? 

Born and raised in Winter, Montana, Beau Bradley can’t imagine life anywhere else. During the holiday season his coffee shop, Mountain Grounds, is as busy as ever and now that his girlfriend is back in town, things finally seem to be lining up—until he gets a call that could change it all. 

Ansley Strauss is back in Winter after a nine-month, art intensive in Canada and she’s ready to celebrate the Christmas season in the tried and true Winter-style. There’s only one problem: her boyfriend lacks Christmas spirit. Her solution? Make this Christmas perfect to remind Beau just how special this time of year is. 

Set on a course for ultimate Christmas joy, Ansley and Beau find that life doesn’t always work out the way they hope it will. Beau faces the reality that plans can’t account for everything and sometimes risking it all is the only way. Ansley will have to come to the realization that no matter how perfect things are, it’s the imperfections in life that make it worth living. 

It’s another Christmas in Winter, Montana where the coffee is always hot and the mistletoe beckons lovers to share a kiss.

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  1. #1: I don't like the cold, so I probably wouldn't choose to visit a snowy place in winter, unless my family were there. ;)

    #2: My idea of the perfect Christmas is snuggled under a warm blanket, drinking hot chocolate, watching the Christmas lights twinkle, listening to my favorite Christmas CD yet again, and reading a Christmas book. My favorite Christmases are when they land on Sundays and we get to go to church for an extra-special Christmas Day service.

  2. #1 No, I do not think that I would want to visit Montana in the winter. I would probably visit a warm tropical area instead. I am not a cold weather person.

    #2 My idea of the perfect Christmas would be an old fashion Victorian type Christmas.

  3. #1 If there was snow I definitely would!

    #2 My idea of the perfect Christmas is having all of my family gathered together.

  4. 1. I would absolutely visit Montana in winter! I've been there in the summer and loved it--and one of my college besties lives there, and it would be so fun to visit her at Christmas!

    2. My idea of a perfect Christmas is time off of work and my whole immediate family gathered at my parents' house.


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