Friday, December 11, 2015

Flash Holiday Giveaway - Harper Collins Christmas Duo

Ali'iolani Hale (Justice House) Christmas Tree

One last flash holiday from Harper Collins (Harlequin Books and Avon Romance):

COMING HOME FOR CHRISTMAS from three military veterans - Lindsay McKenna (Navy), Delores Fossen (Air Force), and Geri Krotow (Navy):

Three stories salute the romance of holiday homecomings 

Christmas Angel by Lindsay McKenna

When Navy SEAL Kyle Anderson gets a call saying Anna Campbell needs him, he doesn't think twice. On the Montana ranch where they grew up, holiday magic permeates every acre, kindling long-awaited love. But will duty trump desire?

Unexpected Gift by Delores Fossen

Tailed by a camera crew, Air Force Captain Gabe Brenner returns to Texas to deliver a Christmas message to his best friend's sister Kelly Coburn. But she's had her own delivery: beautiful baby Noel…Gabe's daughter.

Navy Joy by Geri Krotow

Chief Petty Officer Ian Cairne arrives stateside for Christmas with a four-legged friend: his late buddy's military service dog. Fortunately, the beautiful town vet Wendi Cooper is willing to take this odd couple into her home—and her heart.


Lori Wilde's CHRISTMAS AT TWILIGHT (Twilight, Texas, Book 6):

It's Christmas in Twilight, Texas. The Cookie Club is baking, the town is decorated, and Delta Force Operator "Hutch" Hutchinson has finally, reluctantly, returned home . . .

. . . only to get pepper sprayed by the delicious- looking stranger who's taken over his house. She says her name is Jane, and she immediately sets down ground rules. Top priority: no touching. For Hutch that isn't easy—he was wounded in action, but one part is still working very well.

Then Hutch learns the truth. Jane harbors a frightening secret—she's really Meredith Sommers, on the run from a dangerous ex-husband and desperately in need of the safety Hutch can provide. In that moment, he vows he'd do anything in his power to protect her. And as Christmas approaches, they discover that their love can conquer the past and overcome any obstacle—but what price will they pay?


To enter the giveaway,

1.  Leave a comment your favorite holiday decoration - Christmas tree?  Blinking lights?  Stockings hung by the chimney with care?

2.  Comments are open through Saturday, December 12, 10 pm in Baltimore.

3.  I'll post the winner on Sunday, December 13.


Kim in Baltimore
Aloha Spirit in Charm City

'Iolani Palace paper lanterns


  1. gotta go with a Christmas tree with sparkly lights! Tho a wreath on the front door with a pretty bow is a close second.

  2. I love outdoor decorations - have seen some that are just spectacular!

  3. I love the dog stockings my daughter made. The dogs love them too (once they are filled with beef jerky.)

  4. I like our Christmas tree with all the ornaments and lights on it.

  5. My favorite holiday decoration is the Christmas tree with all the beautiful ornaments and lights.

  6. Christmas Tree with sparkly lights-wonderful :)

  7. Christmas Tree. Love to look at it.
    Natalie's Mama

  8. The Christmas tree has got to be my fav! This year I'm knitting all the baubles to go in it, going to be great :D

  9. My favourite have to be the decorations the children made many years ago as children. They are faded & tattered & treasured.

  10. My favourite have to be the decorations the children made many years ago as children. They are faded & tattered & treasured.

  11. Love all the lights!! Especially on our tree :)

  12. A few years ago, we bought some very large Christmas ornaments to hang on the outside of our house.. But I was at our local winery and saw the most beautiful grapevine lighted balls..

  13. We have a smaller tree now and so only special ornaments go on it and I love to see them

  14. I love my Christmas tree, which takes me a long time to decorate. This year, instead of putting on my usual beads, I went with some gorgeous silver and gold tinsel.

  15. The greenery: Tree with Holly & Pine throughout the house!

  16. Christmas Tree.
    Patty B.

  17. I would say wreaths hung on doors. They are always so festive and rarely do you see two alike in a neighborhood.