The first winner of an Kindle copy of A Very Austen Christmas is
Everyone else who already entered will get a second chance in the next giveaway.
You have until midnight on the 28th to enter. The winner will be announced on the 29th of October.
Barbara Cornthwaite, Robin Helm, Laura Hile, and Wendi Sotis, are joining together to bring you
a collection of short stories…
A Very Austen Christmas
(Mock Cover… the real cover will be revealed soon!)
Want to win a copy on Kindle?
I’ll be giving away another copy on October 28 (announced on the 29th).
Anyone who entered into the first giveaway and did not already win will be entered into the next.
Comment below to enter.
Don’t forget to include your email address so I can let you know when you win!
Winners will be gifted the ebook as soon as it becomes available.
(If the winner does not answer in three days, I will choose another winner)
Her Christmas Gift by Robin Helm
Elizabeth Bennet finds herself snowbound and stranded at Rosings with two rejected, but highly suitable, suitors. Does either one of them have a chance? Will her childhood friend, Meryton’s golden boy, win her affection, or will she accept the master of Pemberley? Will she refuse them both a second time? Her Christmas Gift is beautifully written with tension, emotion, humor, and romance.
The Christmas Matchmaker by Laura Hile
It’s raining; it’s pouring – and what could be better than a little Christmas matchmaking? So says Emma Woodhouse who is unexpectedly stranded at Netherfield Park. Mr. Darcy disagrees, for she has someone else in mind for adorable Elizabeth Bennet. Amid meddling, misunderstanding, and an unwelcome proposal or two, will True Love find a way?
No Better Gift by Wendi Sotis
On his way to Derbyshire to spend Christmas with his family, Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy plans to retrieve an item he left behind during his rushed escape from Netherfield—and the country miss who touched his heart. Finding Meryton practically deserted, he fears the worst. What fate could have fallen upon this once-thriving village in only three weeks? More importantly, is Miss Elizabeth Bennet in danger?
Mistletoe at Thornton Lacey by Barbara Cornthwaite
When Edmund realizes that Fanny is the perfect wife for him, he wants to propose without delay. What better time than at Christmas, as his family and the Price girls visit him at Thornton Lacey? Surely he will find the perfect time to offer his heart and his hand to the lady who has won them. Who could have believed it would prove to be so difficult?