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OCTOBER 3rd to OCTOBER 17th, 2011
A LAWMAN’S CHRISTMAS

by LINDA LAEL MILLER
SYNOPSIS (borrowed from author’s website):
  The sudden death of the town marshal leaves Blue River, Texas, without a lawman…and twenty-five-year-old Dara Rose Nolan without a husband. As winter approaches and her meager seamstress income dwindles, she has three options. Yet she won’t give up her two young daughters, refuses to join the fallen women of the Bitter Gulch Saloon and can’t fathom condemning herself to another loveless marriage. Unfortunately she must decide—soon—because there’s a new marshal in town, and she’s living under his roof.
  With the heart of a cowboy, Clay McKettrick plans to start a ranch and finally settle down. He isn’t interested in uprooting Dara Rose and her children, but he is interested in giving her protection, friendship—and passion.  And when they say “I do” to a marriage of convenience, the temporary lawman’s Christmas wish is to make Dara Rose his permanent wife…
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69 thoughts on “GIVEAWAY ENTRY PAGE "A LAWMAN’S CHRISTMAS" ENDED

  1. Back in that time, probably. And I think if I hadn't found the love of my life that there were times I would have considered it. I feel very blessed that the basis of my upcoming wedding is love and friendship. 🙂

    misusedinnocence@aol.com

  2. I don't think I could enter into a loveless marriage because marriage is so much work. I would need to at least care for the person.
    lenz.nicole(at)gmail(dot)com

  3. Another Christmas book? ooooooooo Okay, umm, could I or would I? I will say this I did have an offer many years ago by a very good friend who knew he was dying. He was a good friend & the godfather to my son & told me to marry him so I could collect the insurance money for the kids & don't think I didn't think about it, but that's all I did. I took care of my friend until the day he died, and I still miss him til' this day. So, my answer is no. I can't do that.

  4. I like you on FB

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    I like you not on FB, and I like you in public & not in public & I like you in e-mail and not in e-mail… oh hell I just like ya… hehehehehe

  5. I think that would be something very difficult to do but I guess it would depend on your circumstance at the time.
    mamabunny13 at gmail dot com

  6. NO! marriage is hard enough with that love as a factor. Sometimes the fact you have that love in your history is what makes you work it out.
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  7. I could never marry someone I didn't love. I can't spend the rest of my life with someone, raising a family with them, if I didn't love them first.

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  8. Thank you for the fun. I love Linda Lael Miller's writer and would love to read A Lawman's Christmas.

    dz59001[at]gmail[dot]com

  9. Probably not because without love and friendship it could make for a very unhappy life. It's hard enough in some instances with love present to make a marriage work and last.
    I absolutely love Linda's books so Please count me in.
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

  10. I don't think I would enter into a loveless marriage, but I have two friends from India and both were married to their husbands in arranged marriages and they are both happiliy married to this day one for 12 yrs and one for 16yrs so I guess a loveless start works for some people.

    kerrie@mayansfamily.com

  11. Yes, I think I could, at least if there was some liking and respect on both sides. It certainly couldn't be any worse than many that start out with love, or at least what is thought to be love, and turn into bitter and/or abusive relationships.

    cgclynsg0 at gmail dot com

  12. I can't really think of a reason why I would, but if it came down to it, probably. However, I am in a marriage with love, so I am safe from the decision.

    ezmerelda at mail dot com

  13. never, my husband is the one and only one i will ever marry and we are in love!
    susansmoaks at gmail dot com

  14. No, I would not enter into a loveless marriage. Life is too short. However, if he were a billionaire, I think I could easily grow to love him.

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