Twelve Days (The McRaes Series, Book 1 – Sam & Rachel)

| December 10, 2014

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Twelve Days (The McRaes Series, Book 1 - Sam & Rachel)

(Dear Readers, This is a sweeter, less-sexy book than I usually write. It’s about two really good people who’ve been beaten up by life. They’re in a long-term marriage that’s going bad. But something changes — children arrive — and they start to hope that maybe their marriage can be saved. It contains one, very mild love scene. People who read sweet romances and even Inspirational romances have enjoyed it, but a few of those readers were offended by the love scene. I’ll leave it up to you to decide if the book is right for you. Also, you should know that the books that follow in the series are still highly emotional, full of family issues, but also much sexier than Twelve Days is.)

Twelve Days before Christmas, Rachel McRae opens her front door and a social worker puts a baby in her arms-one who comes with a four-year-old boy and an eleven-year-old girl-siblings abandoned and in need of a temporary home.

But there’s a catch: Rachel’s family is falling apart.

Rachel and her husband, Sam, have dreamed of a house filled with children — a dream that has led them to repeated heartbreak. Sam McRae has finally decided the only thing left to do is leave his wife.

Reluctantly, Rachel and Sam take the children in, but just until after Christmas. They will do their best not to fall in love with them, not to get their hopes up that this time a miracle will happen. That these children will stay, and that their marriage can still be saved.

AWARDS:

RITA Finalist

THE McRAES in series order:

Twelve Days

Edge of Heaven

Bed of Lies

Five Days Grace

Hero of My Heart

OTHER TITLES by Teresa Hill

Unbreak My Heart

MEET TERESA HILL

Three-time Rita nominee and USA Today bestselling author, Teresa Hill lives in the shadows of the Blue Ridge Mountains with a patient, very understanding husband, an incredibly logical son and a highly creative daughter. Together, they share their home with two giant, lazy cats who parade across Teresa’s keyboard when they think she’s written enough for the day, and two beautiful, lazy dogs, usually at Teresa’s side or under her feet.

(Dear Readers, This is a sweeter, less-sexy book than I usually write. It’s about two really good people who’ve been beaten up by life. They’re in a long-term marriage that’s going bad. But something changes — children arrive — and they start to hope that maybe their marriage can be saved. It contains one, very mild love scene. People who read sweet romances and even Inspirational romances have enjoyed it, but a few of those readers were offended by the love scene. I’ll leave it up to you to decide if the book is right for you. Also, you should know that the books that follow in the series are still highly emotional, full of family issues, but also much sexier than Twelve Days is.)

Twelve Days before Christmas, Rachel McRae opens her front door and a social worker puts a baby in her arms-one who comes with a four-year-old boy and an eleven-year-old girl-siblings abandoned and in need of a temporary home.

But there’s a catch: Rachel’s family is falling apart.

Rachel and her husband, Sam, have dreamed of a house filled with children — a dream that has led them to repeated heartbreak. Sam McRae has finally decided the only thing left to do is leave his wife.

Reluctantly, Rachel and Sam take the children in, but just until after Christmas. They will do their best not to fall in love with them, not to get their hopes up that this time a miracle will happen. That these children will stay, and that their marriage can still be saved.

AWARDS:

RITA Finalist

THE McRAES in series order:

Twelve Days

Edge of Heaven

Bed of Lies

Five Days Grace

Hero of My Heart

OTHER TITLES by Teresa Hill

Unbreak My Heart

MEET TERESA HILL

Three-time Rita nominee and USA Today bestselling author, Teresa Hill lives in the shadows of the Blue Ridge Mountains with a patient, very understanding husband, an incredibly logical son and a highly creative daughter. Together, they share their home with two giant, lazy cats who parade across Teresa’s keyboard when they think she’s written enough for the day, and two beautiful, lazy dogs, usually at Teresa’s side or under her feet.

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