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A Christmas in July FREEBIE

Christmas in July

My Christmas in July Gift to You

What is a Christmas in July celebration without a gift? For two days only, I’ll be offering an ebook copy of Yesterday’s Christmas for free. You can pick up your copy on Amazon. Be sure to visit Goodreads and BookBub to add it to your reading list and leave your review. And don’t forget to share your gift with other readers!

Final 1600x2400During a snowstorm, Betty Tanner finds herself stuck with her estranged husband. Spending Christmas with Glenn wasn’t what she had in mind, and her thoughts reluctantly travel back three decades to their first Christmas together, when another snowstorm caused her to wreck her car outside the Tanner home … 

1954: Stranded with the Tanners over Christmas, Betty is forced into the company of Glenn, who has spurned her for years. But as the snow falls outside, the walls between Betty and Glenn begin to melt, revealing a side of him she never knew existed. A side she longs to know better.

Pride and bitterness can make a beast out of anyone. And the hardships they face in their relationship are of their own making. But can following Christ’s ways lead Betty and Glenn to the reconciliation they long for?

A.M. Heath invites you to spend Christmas with the Tanners in a dual-timeline novel loosely inspired by Beauty and the Beast. You’re sure to fall in love again and again.

Garland Collection surprise

In other Christmas news, I’m hard at work on a new Christmas tradition. The Christmas in Garland Collection will have a new novella debuting each year. I don’t have the release date for Project Scrooge yet, but December will be here before we know it. To keep up with the latest, follow me on Facebook or sneak over to my Christmas in Garland page to read the official book description.

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