Reasons to read an eBook novella

A few years ago you would never find me reading novellas, much lesson eBook novellas. However, time went on to where it was time, space, and financially-worthy for me to get an eReader. Then I discovered a freebie one day in the title of Gentleman of Her Dreams and read it. It was an author that I didn’t know but the cover and description were awesome. I loved every minute of it! You can read my review of that novella and the books in the series that it prequels as well (here). After this I became thirsty for anything written by the author Jen Turano and she remains a favorite author of mine today! Now I think e-novella books are awesome! The freebies are a wonderful idea and have introduced me to a few favorites that I am glad to buy and recommend and buy for family & friends in. . .

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The Advent Bride by Mary Connealy (12 Brides of Christmas, #1)

Melanie Douglas attempts to connect with a troubled student using an advent box with hidden rewards. When Henry O’Keeffe sees a remarkable change in his son, he has to meet the new teacher. Will more than one prayer be answered in the small Nebraska town?

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The Glassblower by Laurie Alice Eakes {Review}

Now that Colin Grassick, a master glass-blower from Scotland, has arrived to help at the Jordan glassworks, Meg Jordan’s dreams of teaching the poor, local children are coming true. Finally, someone will have time to make windows for the rural New Jersey schoolhouse, to keep out the cold – and vandals. To Joseph Pyle, the wealthy, arrogant man to whom Meg will soon be betrothed, the destruction of Meg’s new windows is inconsequential – as his wife, she will be forbidden from teaching. Why would Meg’s father insist she marry a man like Joseph and stay away from the endearing Colin?

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Erica Vetsch Delivers Enticing Historical Romance in Her First Full-Length Publication

Uhrichsville, OH – From award-winning author Erica Vetsch comes a brand-new historical romance title from Barbour Publishing. A Bride’s Portrait of Doge City, Kansas is scheduled for release in September 2011. In this novel, a career-driven deputy and a successful female photographer with a shady past join forces to catch a killer in Dodge City, Kansas. Hoping to leave the shadows of her shady yesteryears behind, Adeline Reid is focusing on her photography career. But when her ex-boyfriend’s compatriot in crime shows up in Dodge City, her entire past is threatened by exposure. Can Addie keep her secrets while helping to catch a killer? Deputy Miles Carr’s investigation into a shopkeeper’s murder leads him to Addie’s door. Will his attraction to this female photographer keep him from catching the true culprit? Or will Addie lead him off course in more ways than one? Publication Data: A Bride’s Portrait of Dodge. . .

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