** COMING HOME FOR CHRISTMAS by RaeAnne Thayne – SPOTLIGHT & Giveaway **

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Hello December. Nothing is better than climbing into a comfy chair, with a cuppa and reading a holiday romance novel. According to Harlequin Romance, here are some reasons why:

  1. Embrace the Holiday spirit:  It’s uplifting, inspiring and good entertainment.
  2. Get rid of stress: That’s right. To do good, its important to feel good. Reading can reduce stress by about 68%.
  3. Girl Power: Romance novels are typically written by and for women. Best genre to celebrate Girl Power in the 21st century!
  4. Recharge: Take some me time. Even as little as ten minutes can re-energize you.
  5. Be Merry: In life and love we all love happily ever afters. In a romance novel, it’s guaranteed.

We’re featuring a holiday book and giveaway every week leading up to Christmas. Today we have book 10 in RaeAnne Thayne’s, Haven Point Series, COMING HOME FOR CHRISTMAS. (HQN).

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Hearts are lighter and wishes burn a little brighter at Christmas…

Elizabeth Hamilton has been lost. Trapped in a tangle of postpartum depression and grief after the death of her beloved parents, she couldn’t quite see the way back to her husband and their two beautiful kids…until a car accident stole away her memories and changed her life. And when she finally remembered the sound of little Cassie’s laugh, the baby powder smell of Bridger and the feel of her husband’s hand in hers, Elizabeth worried that they’d moved on without her. That she’d missed too much. That perhaps she wasn’t the right mother for her kids or wife for Luke, no matter how much she loved them.

But now, seven years later, Luke finds her in a nearby town and brings Elizabeth back home to the family she loves, just in time for Christmas. And being reunited with Luke and her children is better than anything Elizabeth could have imagined. As they all trim the tree and bake cookies, making new holiday memories, Elizabeth and Luke are drawn ever closer. Can the hurt of the past seven years be healed over the course of one Christmas season and bring the Hamiltons the gift of a new beginning?

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Thanks to Harlequin Romance novels,  we have one copy of COMING HOME FOR CHRISTMAS to giveaway. Just tell us your favorite Holiday memory.  We’ll announce a winner soon. Good luck.

GIVEAWAY: USA only please.

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39 thoughts on “** COMING HOME FOR CHRISTMAS by RaeAnne Thayne – SPOTLIGHT & Giveaway **

    1. My favorite memory was when I was 5 years old. My family had matching pajamas. We woke up and opened presents. I got a doll and paper dolls. These were my favorite presents through the years.

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  1. My grandparents had 17 children and 16 of them had spouses and children, and those children had children and so on. I remember most of them going to Grandma and Grandpa’s house during the holidays for a meal and everybody would bring a dish or two to share, and I don’t think there was a bad cook in the bunch. Those were great times! We’ve lost my grandparents and my mom and dad and several of my aunts and uncles now and we don’t get together like that any more, but those were some of the greatest memories. Such fun people to be with!

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  2. Christmas parties at my aunt and uncle’s restraunt when we were little. It was like a lodge with a huge fireplace and a humongous tree. Lots of dancing and laughter!

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  3. I have so many happy memories Idk where to begin! One of my favorites was driving around looking at all the beautiful, sometimes gawdy Christmas lights!

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  4. The first year I became a mom was so special. My son came 9 weeks early and is our miracle baby. And every Christmas seeing the smiles and joy on his face and his cousins when they come to our house to celebrate

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  5. I have lots of happy Christmas memories. The last Christmas my mother was alive, she was in ͏an assisted living facility. They gave each resident a blanket with the name of the facility. My mother got it in her head that she was the only one who got one. Cute memory – she was just shy of 99.

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  6. Christmas mornings when my children were little are the absolute best memories. Their excitement and delight made the holiday so special.

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  7. I have a granddaughter born on my birthday, December 20. The best Christmas ever. She is now a beautiful young woman studying to be an EMT.

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  8. My mother’s parents lived across the road from us and my aunt and uncle. My dad’s parents lived about 3 miles away, so we had great fun going to Dad’s family on Christmas Eve and Mom’s family Christmas Day. Lots of fun with cousins for me.

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  9. When my siblings and I were young our mom would tell us the first week of December to trace our feet on a piece of cardboard because she was going to go talk to Santa, well we all did that. So come Christmas we all had brand new shoes, clothes, toys and stocking from Santa. Our dad and our mom always made sure all our holidays were extra special, we were 6 kids growing up.

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  10. Getting snowed in at my brother-in-law’s, out in the middle of he woods. The power kept going on and off, so everyone gathered around the fireplace where we talked, laughed, and played games, cozied up to the dogs (4 of them) to keep warm, and generally had a great time. Thanks so much for this giveaway and all the others you’ve held throughout the year. It’s much appreciated.

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  11. I have so many memories but one is my parents taking me downtown to see all the beautifully decorated department store windows and then driving around to see all lights. It’s a tradition carried on when my adult son was just a little boy. Seeing the way his face would light up was simply magical!

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  12. My favorite Christmas Memory is our first Christmas with our son. He was just over a month old. Sitting with him by the tree and the fireplace during that holiday season was jus heaven to me. I had all I wanted in my arms!!

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  13. When I was young we lived in a beautiful city with winter. Driving with the entire family and gazing at the beautiful Christmas decorations in the neighborhoods with a clear sky with the stars shining brightly and snow on the ground was an experience I will never forget.

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  14. One of my favorite Christmas memories was the year I was old enough to go out with the uncles to cut down the Christmas tree…I felt so grown up!

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  15. Every year adds new memories. Some of the best recent ones are having 4 of the 5 great-grandcooties here for Christmas. Fun to have little ones around again.

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  16. The best Christmas memory I have is receiving a beautiful Pandora bracelet from my son the Christmas he before he passed away unexpectedly. He was so excited to give it to me for weeks he kept asking do you want to open it early and I kept telling him no. Thank you for the chance.

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  17. My favorite holiday memory will always be December 25, 1985, the day my first son was born. The best gift ever.

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