This week Angel Moore and Donita Paul with Giveaways

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Congratulations to Sybil for winning Liz Johnson’s Navy Seal Noel and to Edward for winning Kathi Macias’s A Christmas Gift.

This week I’m hosting Angel Moore with Conveniently Wed (US only) and Donita Paul with Two Renegade Realms (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. 28th) evening.

Conveniently Wed Cover 9781460344408Bio for Angel Moore:

Angel Moore fell in love with romance in elementary school when she read the story of Robin Hood and Maid Marian. A Harlequin novel, usually Betty Neels, accompanied her to school every day as a teen, where she’d finish all her schoolwork and escape to a happily-ever-after world.

As a pastor’s wife she is dedicated to the work of her local church ministries, serving with the children and worship teams.

The joy of her life is her family. Married to her best friend, she has two wonderful sons, a lovely daughter-in-law, and three grands. She loves sharing her faith and the hope she knows is real because of God’s goodness to her.

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Blurb for Conveniently Wed by Angel Moore:

Husband by Necessity 

To save her family’s homestead Daisy Mosley will do whatever it takes, even if it means marrying a rugged cowboy who thinks he knows best. But though the widowed mother of two takes Tucker Barlow into her home as her husband, she isn’t ready to welcome him into her heart. 

Tucker knows his marriage to Daisy is about convenience, not love. But after years of hiding his feelings for his childhood friend, he wants to shower her with affection and favor her twin sons with the fatherly attention he’d missed. Can he show Daisy that he is more than just a practical groom—he is a man worthy of her love?

cover.tworenegaderealmsBio for Donita K. Paul:

Donita K. Paul has been playing with dragons since 2004. Not ordinary dragons like Smaug and the good luck dragon, Falkor, but tradition-defying dragons the size of kittens, or talking dragons that shape shift.  She has written since 1996 and has numerous Christian romances as well as intriguing fantasies. Although she would like to have a houseful of minor dragons, she settles for a rabbit. Hip Hop is a dwarf lop-eared Netherland bunny whose ears didn’t lop. She rescued him from being eliminated from the gene pool. She believes animals can demonstrate great life lessons for pondering humans. As a lifelong teacher, she is an avid literacy promoter. As a lifelong learner, she’s grateful for all the things she doesn’t know yet. Boredom does not appear to be on her horizon.

Blurb for Two Renegade Realms by Donita Paul:

Two Renegade Realms finds Cantor and Bixby on a desperate search for information regarding an imminent invasion from two planets that will intercept their stack of planes. During their quest, they cross paths with the long absent Right Hand of God and bring him along to lend his considerable aid to their cause. Meanwhile, the ordinary villains are up to no good, and the heroes are too busy to properly thwart their evil designs. Along with a host of quirky characters, who sometimes are less than helpful, the mission to save the worlds becomes a more and more troublesome task. Enthusiastic Bridger is back, but still clumsy. Dukmee still seems to know it all but is too preoccupied at times to give advice. And no one knows what to do with Tegan, who looks useful but doesn’t know who he is.