This week Lyn Cote and Rhonda Gibson with Giveaways

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 Congratulations to Ann for winning Merrillee Whren’s Second Chance Reunion.

This week I’m hosting Lyn Cote with Where Honor Began (prequel to Honor) and  Rhonda Gibson with A Pony Express Christmas (US 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 (Dec. 14th) evening.

Bio for Lyn Cote:

Since her first Love Inspired romance debuted in 1998, Lyn Cote has written 40 books. A RITA finalist and a Carol Award winner, Lyn writes contemporary romance, romantic suspense and historical. Her homepage blog features “Strong Women, Brave Stories.” Visit her website/blog at and find her on Facebook, GoodReads and Twitter.


Honor web friendly

Above Where Honor Began by Lyn Cote is a prequel to Honor.

Blurb for Where Honor Began by Lyn Cote:

How can unexpected visitors turn one’s world upside down?

Honor Penworthy, a young Maryland lady, tries to keep faith with a friend amidst family turmoil.

 But the stakes rise higher when the war with England that seemed so faraway comes dangerously close to her and those she loves.

What a difference three days can make in one life–leaving a legacy of conflict but with honor.

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91eIcfH1FSL._SL1500_Bio for Rhonda Gibson:

Rhonda Gibson lives in New Mexico with her husband James. She has two children and three beautiful grandchildren. Reading is something she has enjoyed her whole life and writing stemmed from that love. When she isn’t writing or reading, she enjoys gardening, beading and playing with her dog, Sheba. You can visit her at Rhonda hopes her writing will entertain, encourage and bring others closer to God.

Blurb for A Pony Express Christmas by Rhonda Gibson:


When Jake Bridges suddenly finds himself the guardian of his orphaned niece, he knows he needs a wife. What does a stock tender at a pony express station know about raising little girls? A marriage of convenience to the child’s caretaker is the most practical solution.  

A mail-order marriage seems like Leah Hollister’s last chance to know the simple joys of family life. But then she receives word that her would-be groom is dead. Now Jake proposes she marry him. She knows love isn’t necessary. Yet the more she learns of sweet Molly’s kindhearted uncle, the more she dreams of a true partnership with the man who has unexpectedly captured her heart.