Wednesday, December 19, 2018

#Giveaway #HoHoHoHarlequinHolidayExtravaganza Tara Taylor Quinn An Unexpected Christmas Baby & Fortune’s Christmas Baby


We continue Ho Ho Hoing today featuring Tara Taylor Quinn who has two Holiday Special Edition novels this season. An Unexpected Christmas Baby and Fortune’s Christmas Baby. Tara is another relatively new voice in the SE family but she's been a published author for many years and I have enjoyed so many of her books. Her Christmas message is about her being a Christmasaholic.
Tara also has a giveaway for my readers, details below
Enjoy!


She’s searching for the man defrauding her father.

Not for the love of her life.

It’s not such a merry Christmas for Tamara Owens, tapped to discover who’s been stealing from her family business. Suspect number one: tantalizing top trader Flint Collins, who’s suddenly thrust into fatherhood when his orphaned baby sister arrives. Tamara’s sworn off babies forever, but she has the magic touch with infant Diamond. And Flint, too, is soon under her spell…at least until he finds out the truth.





His holiday surprise…

Is a bundle of joy!

When Nolan Forte returns to Austin a year after a yuletide romance, he is shocked to learn he is a father. He wants to do right by his beautiful baby girl—and her sweet mama, Lizzie Sullivan. But when he reveals his real name is Nolan Fortune, all bets are off. Lizzie doesn’t trust men with money. Maybe some Christmas magic can convince her that she, Nolan and Stella are already rich in what matters!






Tara is offering a 3pack
Collection of Christmas e-books

Open Internationally
Please use Rafflecopter form to enter
Good Luck!

Tara's Message:



II am a Christmasaholic. I keep at least one Christmas decoration in each room in my home all year round. They’re unobtrusive – most people wouldn’t even notice them, but I notice them every day. But it’s not about the presents, the movies, the cookies or the parties – though all of those things combine to contribute to my version of Christmas. To me, Christmas is about hope. It reminds me of the feeling that I got on Christmas morning as a kid and I’d rush to the living room while it was still dark outside and see that wonderful mound of gifts that magically appeared while I was sleeping. Those ‘fantasy’ moments my parents created weren’t really fantasy at all. They were a life lesson to me that miracles are possible. And as long as there is possibility, there is hope. 


In the business of our lives, our stresses and concerns, we tend to forget the vast possibilities life offers us. But in the Christmas season, a lot more people are open to remembering. They smile at strangers. They party with people they don’t normally make a point to enjoy regularly. They get together with family just to sit around and be together. And they take time to focus on their loves ones, one at a time, as they purchase particular gifts to please each person. 


Whatever your religious faith, or even if you don’t hold any, the possibility for miracles exists. Because you exist and every single birth on earth is a miracle. Christmas merely helps keep the hope alive!

Merry Christmas, Everyone!!

About the author:
A USA Today Bestselling author of 80 novels, in twenty languages, Tara Taylor Quinn has sold more than seven million copies. Known for her intense emotional fiction, Ms. Quinn is a five time finalist for the RWA Rita Award and has appeared often on local and national TV including CBS Sunday Morning.
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13 comments:

  1. What a nice idea, to keep a bit of Christmas in your home all year long.

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    1. It started by accident! I forgot to put something away and the bins were all in storage. That one thing gave me so much pleasure, I started to purposefully leave one thing in each room!

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  2. these books sounds wonderful.

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  3. That's a wonderful tradition. Have a Merry Christmas.

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  4. That’s neat one thing in each room all year long. Merry Christmas

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