Heather Gray

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Contemporary Christian Romance Bundled #Giveaway

Hi all!

I was given a chance to participate in a fantastic giveaway where readers each have a chance to get up to fifteen Christian romance books free of charge. Here's the info so you can check them out! :-)

Here's an easy link if you'd like to go visit the giveaway. Or you can keep reading and learn a bit about the books being offered.

Just a quick note: While the books are free, the authors do ask that you sign up for their email newsletter. It's a small price to pay for access to so many great books. It helps you out, too, so you can keep up with the authors whose books you want to make sure you don't miss out on. 

Ordinary Snowflakes by Jennifer Rodewald

Someone has noticed me. A secret admirer? A man with a good heart, who sees how much I actually need help, even though I never admit it? Maybe this is the beginning of a beautiful story - a romance full of hope and second chances and love. Maybe...

A Model Bride by Autumn Macarthur

Her plans for Europe didn't include falling in love!

Courage to Change by Elizabeth Maddrey

When Phil and Allison work closely together to help a pregnant teen, both must re-evaluate the personal convictions that threaten to keep them apart. Can love give them the courage to change?

Dance and Be Glad by Melissa Wardwell

Finding a reason to dance through tragedy can be difficult when doing it alone.

Sweet Dreams by Cecelia Dowdy

A single mom with a short temper and plenty of street smarts runs ends up next door to a professional baker with plenty of family trouble of his own.

A Family for the Cowboy by Linda Goodnight

Every cowboy has a dream...

The Preacher's Faith by Caryl Macadoo

Can the orphaned preacher and the heartbroken rodeo queen navigate the path to true love with a life and an ex-beau blocking their way?

Dandelions for Dinner by Valerie Comer

She hates him. He loves her  not.

Wish You Joy by Jan Thompson

Christmastown USA has a new CEO. But owning a majority share of the holiday-decorating company makes no difference for Cyrus Theroux if the other 49 percent refuses to cooperate.

Homecoming by Carolyne Aarsen

Going home isn't always easy. Neither is love.

A Match for Magnolia by Marion Ueckerman

Womanizer. Adulterer. Divorced. That is Lord Rathbone's history. His future, on the other hand, remains to be seen...


For All Time by Meredith Resce

Analiese is young, independent, funny, outspoken and intelligent. And it may just get her killed...

Nowhere for Christmas by Heather Gray

Two virtual strangers, one teen, and the worst rental car in the history of mankind... 
Let the road trip begin.

Snow Belle by Jackie Castle

Welcome to Madison County where northern hospitality meets southern comfort...and a rogue snowblower.

The Best of Friends by N.J. Lindquist

Easy-going Glen begins his last year of high school unaware that his tranquil life will be the first casualty of a new student's arrival in town.

While I've read many of these books, I haven't had time to read them all. I'd love to hear what you think of them, though, so comment below as you read the books, drop me a line through the contact form on my site, or catch up with me on social media!



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I just finished Nowhere for Christmas and I had so much fun that I felt I needed to thank you. I think I kept telling my husband all hilarious situations and laughing so much that he even showed some interest in hearing Eli's summaries from time to time. I remember reading about Gavin and Avery's encounter in InspyRomance but just today realized I hadn't yet signed up for your newsletter (can't figure out why as I really enjoyed your Informal Romance stories). Ten million reasons is high in my TBR list (I'm hoping it's at least as fun).