Mid-Year Very Merry Book Giveaway: The Perfect Christmas

Let’s talk perfection. Sure, we know it’s not attainable. But it’s also subjective and different for every person when talking about something like an experience. For instance, what would make “the perfect Christmas” for you? Answer below and you could win today’s eBook giveaway in the Mid-Year Very Merry Book Giveaway!

A quick side note… a reminder to our new winner of Royally Yours, Marcie McEachern…be sure to email me TODAY to claim your prize!

For me, “the perfect Christmas” would include plenty of time off from work, being with family, low-stress entertaining (I enjoy cooking all the traditional treats but no one likes to be stressed out about it!), cold weather, holiday movies I’ve watched since I was a kid, and candlelight worship on Christmas Eve. Some years have been better than others because life certainly can get in the way, but I’ve been blessed with some pretty great Christmases.

Today’s giveaway Christmas book is The Perfect Christmas by Bell Renshaw. Like other books by Bell, this is a sweet story full of real life ups and downs. For me, it’s relatable and hopeful. A pretty PERFECT combo for a Christmas story. Keep reading for your chance to win a free eBook copy!

ABOUT THE PERFECT CHRISTMAS

Available on Amazon

Will the perfect Christmas be enough to convince Beau that a life with Ansley could be equally perfect?

Born and raised in Winter, Montana, Beau Bradley can’t imagine life anywhere else. During the holiday season his coffee shop, Mountain Grounds, is as busy as ever and now that his girlfriend is back in town, things finally seem to be lining up—until he gets a call that could change it all.

Ansley Strauss is back in Winter after a nine-month, art intensive in Canada and she’s ready to celebrate the Christmas season in the tried and true Winter-style. There’s only one problem: her boyfriend lacks Christmas spirit. Her solution? Make this Christmas perfect to remind Beau just how special this time of year is.

Set on a course for ultimate Christmas joy, Ansley and Beau find that life doesn’t always work out the way they hope it will. Beau faces the reality that plans can’t account for everything and sometimes risking it all is the only way. Ansley will have to come to the realization that no matter how perfect things are, it’s the imperfections in life that make it worth living.

It’s another Christmas in Winter, Montana where the coffee is always hot and the mistletoe beckons lovers to share a kiss.

Follow Author Bell Renshaw:
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ENTER TO WIN!

To enter to win an eBook copy of The Perfect Christmas, leave a comment below telling us what would make your Christmas PERFECT.

The winner of today’s book will be announced in a WINNERS POST at the end of the month. All winners will be chosen using Random.org. Winners must respond within 48 hours to claim the book or another winner will be chosen.

Published by Teresa Tysinger

Author of Contemporary Christian Fiction. Wife, mother, church communicator. Saved by grace!

9 thoughts on “Mid-Year Very Merry Book Giveaway: The Perfect Christmas

  1. My “perfect Christmas” would be a trip to see the best Christmas lights ever, followed by a treat of hot chocolate with my family, belting out favorite Christmas music, then coming home to cuddle in front of the quirky Christmas tree full of twinkle lights and reading a sweet Christmas romance or watching a favorite Christmas movie from childhood.

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  2. My perfect Christmas would be getting a big cabin in the mountains and staying there a week before Christmas with my parents , siblings , niece and nephews , and grandparents.
    Getting to enjoy snow ( bc we live without it), watching Christmas movies, doing fun stuff with the kids!!! I would love to spend that time all together since we haven’t ever had a chance to do that yet.

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  3. A perfect Christmas would be both my sons, their wives, and my 8 grandkids all together. Going to church on Christmas Eve for a candlelight service, then caroling and a tree lighting festive in a small town like in the movies.

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