Love at Christmas Inn, Collection 2

Nestled into five beautiful acres just outside Hope Creek, Tennessee, Christmas Inn is an unforgettable place known for its joyful atmosphere and festive setting. Holiday decorations adorn each room. Trees glittering with ribbons and ornaments, gorgeous wreaths, velvet stockings and pine-scented candles brighten visitors’ stay at this vacation spot dedicated to Christmas all year, every year. The resort offers all the usual enticements plus one unique amenity…love. The little white chapel behind the inn, built by the Christmas family in the 1890s, boasts bell tower bells that toll when couples fall in love.

Every year people come to the inn looking for their Christmas spirit. Sometimes they find love too. Will the bells ring again this year?

Includes:

A Bedazzling Christmas by Tanya Stowe
The Second Time Around by Marianne Evans
Wrapped in Hope by Mary Manners
The Button Box by Delia Latham


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The Button Box

by Delia Latham

They were kids on an Oregon beach, passing the time during spring vacation. Afterward, they shared a tearful goodbye, and Alissa Neal gave Scott Lowell a special token of remembrance. He  promised he’d never forget her. But then he disappeared from her life as if he’d been no more than a pleasant dream.

Fifteen years later, at Christmas Inn, Alissa comes face to face with the man who once was the boy in her memories. But she’s never really gotten over the heartbreak of first love, and is not about to open her heart to that kind of pain again.

She’s haunted Scott’s dreams since he was a boy. He’s delighted when Alissa shows up at Christmas Inn like a gift from the Magi. He starts chipping at the fortress she’s built around her heart, determined to prove he never forgot. But then a piece of his past overshadows the here-and-now. Any hope of a future with Alissa disappears in the blink of an eye.

Is it possible the chapel bells at Christmas Inn might still ring for love that bloomed on an Oregon beach so many years in the past? 
  

Love at Christmas Inn, Collection 1

Nestled into five beautiful acres just outside Hope Creek, Tennessee, Christmas Inn is an unforgettable place known for its joyful atmosphere and festive setting. Holiday decorations adorn each room. Trees glittering with ribbons and ornaments, gorgeous wreaths, velvet stockings and pine-scented candles brighten visitors’ stay at this vacation spot dedicated to Christmas all year, every year. The resort offers all the usual enticements plus one unique amenity…love. The little white chapel behind the inn, built by the Christmas family in the 1890s, boasts a charming bell tower, and legend has it that the toll when couples fall in love.

But Christmas Inn has fallen on hard times. The chapel bells haven’t rang for many years, and this Christmas may be the final celebration at the resort…unless love finds its way home.

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Includes:

Christmas Bells are Ringing by Tanya Stowe
Bells at Midnight by Marianne Evans
With Bells On by Mary Manners
Bells on Her Toes by Delia Latham


Softcover

BELLS ON HER TOES

by Delia Latham

As part of an elaborate birthday gift from her sister, Karynn Michaels gets a pedicure that includes a bright, frivolous bell on each toe—and a prediction for each of the next ten days. Always quiet and sensible, Karynn finds the whole thing ridiculous. But it’s just for fun, and she is, after all, on vacation to have fun—at Christmas Inn, where bells are a predominant theme.

The same day, she comes face to face with Daniel Sheridan—the male standard by which she’s measured, and found lacking, every man she’s dated since Daniel walked away during their senior year of high school. It’s mere coincidence that the first prediction made by her pedicurist said she’d come into contact with someone from her past…isn’t it?

A widower, Daniel is at the Hope Creek, Tennessee resort with his adorable little girl and her nanny, who’s clearly on a mission to be the next Mrs. Sheridan. Despite the yearnings of her heart, Karynn is the  furthest thing from a cowgirl, and refuses to wrangle for a man. She should have stayed in Tullahoma, where life was predictable and she didn’t have to deal with ringing bells, jealous nannies—or a handsome airline pilot who could so easily fly away with her heart…again.