Wednesday, November 12, 2014

A Christmas Novel - Finding Christmas - by Gail Gaymer Martin

Happy Wednesday from Gail Gaymer Martin at

I'm amazed at the speed of the passing year. Thanksgiving is only a couple weeks away and Christmas is very close. This is the time when we should focus on the blessings of Christmas, but many of us spend time focusing on the long list of things we must do for the holidays.

Besides writing, my music activities are time-consuming with rehearsals and performances. Then it's also a time of  presenting workshops at conferences and speaking at events, but these are all things I love.  One thing I enjoy is buying gifts for family and books is a gift I love giving, especially to children. Many people are avid readers and giving a book or book gift cards is always welcome to those who love to read. And books the size of Love Inspired romances makes great stocking stuffers, especially eBooks that are only a gift card to wrap.

Naturally I was thrilled when I learned that my Steeple Hill romantic suspense novel and winner of the Booksellers Best Award, is again release for Christmas as an eBook. It has been out of print for a few years. Finding Christmas is an exciting novel filled with romantic Christmas moments but also packed with suspense.

An Amazon ReviewFinding Christmas by Gail Gaymer Martin is not the Christmas story I expected. I expected a sweet love story and was pleasantly surprised and immediately drawn in to a story of suspense, heartache, and forgiveness. I do believe this is my favorite Gail Martin book yet! Amazon Review: Sherri Johnson.

So what's Finding Christmas about?
 Her daughter, Mandy, had died in the icy waters of Lake St. Claire, Michigan, three years ago—or so widow Joanna Fuller was told. At the urging of family friend Ben Drake, Joanna tried to accept her loss and move on. But mysterious phone calls reawakened her doubts. Was someone trying to reunite her with Mandy? In a frantic search for her daughter during the season of hope, Joanna unraveled the web of one man's hatred…and came face-to-face with the truth she'd known all along.

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Jennifer said...

Christmas is my favorite time of year because I get to spend time with my family during Christmas break.
Merry Christmas everyone!

cathyann40 said...

Looks good. I need to get my hands on this.

Kelly Blackwell @ Heres My Take On It said...

This looks like a total Christmas suspense. Love it! I am in love with all things Christmas and nothing beats Christmas reading. :)