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Cutter’s Creek Christmas Blog Tour!

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On Tour with the Cutter’s Creek authors

In just a few short days, the Cutter’s Creek Christmas novellas will release and be available on Amazon and through Kindle Unlimited. Here is a little bit about each novella and links to the blogs who will be hosting us on our tour!

Recipe for Christmas:

Eldon Judrow searched for his brother Lucius for years, during which, he just happen to strike it rich. Imagine Lucius’s surprise when Eldon shows up in Cutter’s Creek! But even though Eldon’s bank account makes it appear he has everything a man could want, his brother has something far more precious. A wife. Can Eldon find the same happiness? After all, the pickings in Cutter’s Creek aren’t just slim, they’re practically non-existent!

Agatha Shrewsbury has lived with the Bridger family for five long grueling years. More a slave than a member of the family, she finally reaches the breaking point. Will she ever know happiness? Or only toil and ridicule at the hands of her “keepers”?

A lonely man, a desperate woman, one Christmas festival, a mean-spirited family, and one … well, you’ll find out. Mix them together and you have a Recipe for Christmas!

Season of Love:

Margaret Hutchins is lonely. She’s been alone since her parents died of influenza in Chicago a decade earlier. When she moves to Cutter’s Creek in Montana Territory for a fresh start, as the new teacher for the little school, she discovers a cozy community where she’s welcomed and appreciated.
Heath Moore had his heart broken by Charlotte Beaufort years ago, and he’s hesitant to court again. Until, that is, he runs into Margaret just before Christmas – she’s beautiful, intelligent and compassionate. But when she makes a decision that changes her life forever, it drives a wedge between them.
Enjoy spending a white Christmas in Cutter’s Creek, as a season of love unfolds in the most unlikely way.

Christmas Spirit:

Felicity Lipscomb has loved Josh Garrett almost as long as she can remember. He’s the brother of her best friend and she thinks he’s nothing short of amazing. She doesn’t have the confidence to let him know, so she longs for him quietly, hoping one day he’ll notice her.
When she overhears a conversation just before Christmas, Felicity gets an idea she’s sure will help her finally snag her dream man. To make her plan work, she needs to learn to cook. The Christmas Festival Cider Competition is the perfect opportunity for her to prove her kitchen skills to Josh.
Then the festivities begin. In the blink of an eye Felicity’s happiness shatters. Secrets are kept. Tempers flare. Nasty words are exchanged. All at a time when people should be joyful. Can the stranger from New York make things better? Will his purpose for being there bring people together when they’ve been torn apart?
Renewed Christmas Spirit comes to the sweet little town of Cutter’s Creek just when Felicity and Josh need it most.

A Carol Plays:

After her father suffers a terrible illness leaving him crippled, Carol Williams must find a way to marry to protect her future. But her father not only disagrees with her plan, he refuses to give her permission to court anyone and orders a doctor from the east to help him get better.
Dr. Manning Gentry’s arrival sets the whole house astir and forces Carol to admit she is in over her head in finding a husband. He teases and tempts her away from her resolve to ignore him. Will his meddling destroy any chance they have at a future?

Blog Tour

Join us at each stop for a little bit of information on each novella! We hope you stop by!

Debbie’s Dusty Deliberations: Nov. 1

Soulfully Romantic: Nov 4

The Maiden’s Court Nov. 15

Writing into the Sunset: Nov. 21

Penny’s Tales: Dec 2

The Maiden’s Court Dec 7

Singing Librarian: Dec. 9

Between the Coverz: Dec. 10

Catherine Bennet: Dec 13

 

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