This week Missy Tippens, Christine Lindsay and Sarah Sundin with Giveaways

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Congratulations to Angela for winning Marlo Schalesky’s Wrestling with Wonder.

This week I’m hosting Missy Tippens with The Guy Next Door (US only), Christine Lindsay with Veiled at Midnight (ebook only) and Sarah Sundin with I’ll Be Home for Christmas in Where Treetops Glistens (US/Canada only) . If you want to enter the drawings for the books, please leave a comment on your post with your email address. I will not enter you without an email address (my way to contact you if you win). If you don’t want to leave an email address, another way you can enter is to email me at The drawings end Sunday (Oct. 12th) evening.

The_Guy_Next_Door_Med_resBio for Missy Tippens:

Born and raised in Kentucky, Missy Tippens has lived in Georgia for the last 25+ years. She is a pastor’s wife and mom of three who has worked as a microbiologist, teacher and stay-at-home mom. During that time, she also pursued writing. After more than ten years of working toward publication, Missy finally made her first sale of a novel in 2007. Her books have since been nominated for the Booksellers Best, ACFW Carol Award, Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence, Maggie Award, Beacon Contest and a 2013 RT Reviewer’s Choice Award. A House Full of Hope was a Romance Writers of America 2013 RITA® Nominee. Her newest book from Love Inspired (October 2014) is The Guy Next Door. She feels very blessed to be working at home in her dream job! Visit Missy @MissyTippens on Twitter and

Blurb for The Guy Next Door by Missy Tippens:

From Friend to…Fiancé?  

Stalwart and steady, Darcy O’Malley has been by Luke Jordan’s side since childhood. She has seen him through trials and tragedies, romances and breakups. They’ve been everything to each other—except boyfriend and girlfriend. Why ruin a good thing? What Luke can’t explain, however, is why suddenly Darcy’s presence is making his heart beat so hard. Something has changed since he left Appleton, and it’s making him uneasy. Is it possible his best friend is meant to be something more? Dare he risk their perfect friendship in the hopes of finding his perfect wife?

VAM Polished cover-smallBio of Christine Lindsay:

Stories of Christine Lindsay’s ancestors who served in the British Cavalry in Colonial India inspired her multi-award-winning, historical series Twilight of the British Raj, Book 1 Shadowed in Silk, Book 2 Captured by Moonlight. The third and final book Veiled at Midnight to that series will be released this autumn 2014.

Christine makes her home on the west coast of Canada with her husband and their grown up family. Her cat Scottie is chief editor on all Christine’s books.


Please drop by Christine’s website or follow her on Twitter and be her friend on Pinterest , and Goodreads

Blurb for Veiled at Midnight, Book 3 of the series Twilight of the British Raj, by Christine Lindsay:

As the British rule of India ends, millions take to the road. Families are separated and rioting breaks out like wildfire. Caught in this turbulence are Captain Cam Fraser and his sister Miriam.

As Cam takes up his prestigious post as Aide de camp to Lord Louis Mountbatten the last viceroy of India, Cam despairs he will never find Dassah, the beautiful Indian woman he loves, and who British society will never allow him to marry.

Miriam rails against the separation of the land of her birth, but is Lieutenant Colonel Jack Sunderland her soul mate or a distraction from what really impassions her heart?

And Dassah, an orphan raised in the mission, who for a short while believed Cam loved her and now believes he only used her, must run and separate herself from the man who holds her heart.

Set against the turbulent 1947 Partition of India, three grown children of Colonial India must find their true home, where they will never again be separated from love.

Where Treetops Glisten-smallBio of Sarah Sundin:

Sarah Sundin is the author of six historical novels, including In Perfect Time (Revell, August 2014) plus a novella in Where Treetops Glisten (WaterBrook, September 2014). Her novel On Distant Shores was a double finalist for the 2014 Golden Scroll Awards. Sarah lives in northern California with her husband and three children, works on-call as a hospital pharmacist, and teaches Sunday school and women’s Bible studies. You can find her at

Blurb I’ll Be Home for Christmas is a novella by Sarah Sundin in Where Treetops Glisten, a World War II Christmas novella collection from Tricia Goyer, Cara Putman, and Sarah Sundin:

Fighter pilot Lt. Pete Turner is running on empty, but coming home for Christmas doesn’t fill his tank. When he encounters a precocious little girl in need of his friendship, can he convince her widowed mother, Grace Kessler, that he’s no longer the bully she once knew? And will Pete’s Christmas gift fill the empty places in their hearts?