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Monday, December 8, 2014

A Delightful Christmas Love Story--Snowflake Tiara by Valerie Comer

           Historical stories with a love interest always catch my eye. And Snowflake Tiara not only has a historical, but also a contemporary story. Read more about it below and enter to win.

Snowflake Tiara
by Valerie Comer


           Wrap yourself in a warm quilt. Light a fire in the fireplace. Turn on your favorite Christmas carols — especially Away in a Manger. Grab a Christmas cookie or two and fix a mug of hot cocoa.
          Ready? It's time to snuggle up and read a delightful pair of stories set in wintry Montana in 1889 and 2014.
         What if you were caught doing something good… but the man you loved didn't see it that way? Heroines in both novellas face this dilemma.
          The Debutante Queen by Angela Breidenbach ~ 1889 (Helena, MT): Calista Blythe enters the first Miss Snowflake Pageant celebrating Montana statehood to expose the plight of street urchins. But if her hidden indentured orphan is discovered, Calista’s reputation and her budding romance with pageant organizer, Albert Shanahan, could both unravel. Will love or law prevail?
           More Than a Tiara by Valerie Comer ~ 2014 (Helena, MT): Marisa Hiller’s interest in competing in Miss Snowflake Pageant for the city of Helena’s 150th anniversary is at zip zero zilch when she discovers the official photographer is Jase Mackie. Can Jase make amends for past mistakes and offer her, not only a tiara, but a partner in her crusade to help needy children and families?

What Readers Are Saying?
           "This fun, 2-in-1 novel will have you craving Christmas no matter what time of year you read it. Between the delightful imagery of snow- covered Helena, Montana, bedecked in holiday finery, to the delectable smell of gingerbread, hot cocoa, and fresh Christmas trees, Angela Breidenbach and Valerie Comer do an amazing job of transporting you into their story world."
           "I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to Helena, Montana—both the historical city and the modern one. Angela and Valerie have hit on a novel (no pun intended) idea. Both stories contain romance and fun, plus behind the scenes looks at beauty pageants and a gentle reminder that life is so much more rewarding when we help others."

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About Valerie
Valerie Comer’s life on a small farm in western Canada provides the seed for stories of contemporary inspirational romance. Like many of her characters, Valerie and her family grow much of their own food and are active in the local foods movement as well as their creation-care-centric church. She only hopes her creations enjoy their happily ever afters as much as she does hers, shared with her husband, adult kids, and adorable granddaughters. Valerie writes Farm Lit where food meets faith, injecting experience laced with humor into her award-winning Farm Fresh Romance stories. Read Snowflake Tiara to see how she blended her passion for local food with a Christmas story set in a beauty pageant world.
Please visit Valerie at her website http://valeriecomer.com to join her mailing list, read her blog, or connect with her on social media. Links to purchase Snowflake Tiara in various formats can be found at http://valeriecomer.com/tiara. It is currently available as an ebook for only 99 cents.

8 comments:

  1. I have read the book in e-book form but would love to have a hard copy. It was a wonderful read. I have read and really enjoyed all of Valerie's books. Enjoyed the interview also.

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  2. I remember hearing the Christmas story told by my grandmother by the fire on Christmas eve
    sonflower277 at gmail dot com

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  3. I have never heard the Christmas story before. Could be because I live in The Netherlands though haha

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  4. Inge, I am so sorry you have never heard the Christmas story. You can read the story in Luke, chapters 1 and 2, in the Holy Bible.

    I would love to own a print copy of Snowflake Tiara. I have tweeted the link and posted on Facebook. landtbeth at yahoo dot com.

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  5. I grew up hearing the Christmas story frequently. I enjoyed the interview. I can't wait to read the book!
    ldwrncpn(at)comcast(dot)net

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  6. Remembering sunday school storytelling of the Christmas story & with my mom with bedtime Bible storybook retelling..

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  7. I don't remember to be honest, but I know it was sometime in middle school! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  8. I cannot remember the first time I heard the Christmas story... but the story being told on Christmas eve at church is what helps me reconnect with the true meaning of Christmas :)

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