Monday, December 12, 2011

Christmas at Barncastle Inn


This book is included in the big Christmas drawing on December 19 along with other great prizes. Leave a comment and a way to contact you if you win. Void where prohibited by law.


Title: CHRISTMAS AT BARNCASTLE INN
Authors: Susan Page Davis, Darlene Franklin, Janelle, Mowery, Lynette Sowell
Publisher: Barbour Books
September 2011
ISBN: 978-1-41626-438-3
Genre: Inspirational/contemporary romance


Four couples find romance at Barncastle Inn in Vermont.


Love Comes to the Castle by Susan Page Davis: Jayne Barncastle has earned her MBA in marketing and has a job offer in Boston. But when she visits her parents she learns they are hoping to retire in the New Year and sell the inn—if she doesn’t take over. Jayne has some big ideas, but will they work? Luke Gilbert’s wealthy in-laws want to rent the inn for a Christmas gathering—if Luke’s six year old son likes it. Luke agrees to take Andy up and visit for the weekend, but he doesn’t expect to be attracted to the pretty hostess. But with her considering a big city job and the fate of the inn in his in-laws hands, things could go bad very quickly.

Christmas Duets by Lynette Sowell: Sean McSweeney has “kidnapped” Marcella Goudreau’s grandfather, destroying what Marcella perceived as a happy marriage. She invests her life’s savings into renting the inn for a week so her grandmother and grandfather can get back together. But when her grandfather brings Sean along, Marcella sees her plans for reuniting her grandparents dying. But Sean isn’t want he seems. Is there hope they might by able to save their grandparents’ marriage?

Where Your Heart Is by Janelle Mowery: Stephanie Minter is a nanny to two young children and she agrees to accompany the family to Barncastle Inn when they go for their Christmas vacation. But the last person she expects to see there is her former love, Matthew Raynor, at the inn. Matt has been hired as a set designer at the Inn. He’s not overly thrilled to see Stephanie there, and harbors a lot of hurt over their breakup. Is there any hope that the two of them will get beyond their past and find a future?

First Christmas by Darlene Franklin: Waverly Coe is an unwed mother, working as an assistant to veterinarian Alex Ross. When the Barncastle Inn is rented out for a rendition for the first Christmas, Alex and Waverly work together to care for the live animals at the manager scene. With both of them facing difficult circumstances, will they find their way clear for love?

BARNCASTLE AT BARNCASTLE INN is a four-in-one collection with a unique twist. Set at Barncastle Inn in Maine, it is the story about four couples that find romance at the inn at Christmas time. This is an excellent read, with three of the four stories completely engaging me. The stories were well plotted, with interesting and engaging characters and situations that left me cheering for the couples.

These stories are easy to read in one sitting, making it an ideal book for the holidays when you don’t have tons of time to read. One of the better four-in-one romances I’ve read recently by award winning authors Susan Page Davis, Darlene Franklin, Lynette Sowell and Janelle Mowery. $7.99. 343 pages.

7 comments:

Karen said...

It sounds like a perfect book to read on these cold winter nights. Thank you for sharing the book synopsis. I hope to win. Thank you.

wfnren said...

This book sounds so great, I love the novellas and I've heard good things about this one. I have added it to my wishlist.

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Donna B said...

Sounds great! So many good Christmas reads out there this year!

Patricia said...

I must say I love your blog design!
This giveaway is great four books in one. Yes please enter me in your giveaway. I love Christmas stories.

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Wendy said...

I love Christmas stories. Thanks for the info on this one.
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Debbie Clark said...

I would love to win CHRISTMAS AT BARNCASTLE INN. It always makes it interesting when more than one person colaborates on a series. Thanks for the chance to win.

Debbie Clark
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Books Are A Blessing said...

I would love to read this book as well
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