November 26 – 29

Mary Connealy

Three Christmas Novellas: Longhorn Christmas * The Sweetest Gift * The Christmas Candle

Three previously released Christmas novellas now together in one book.

Longhorn Christmas Netty Lewis, a lonely young widow is saved from a raging mama longhorn by a passing cowboy who’s been wandering since the end of the Civil War. She needs help surviving her rugged life and caring for Jeremiah, her young son. And that means rounding up a nice-sized herd of wild-as-wolves longhorns.Netty and Roy, along with Jeremiah begin a journey toward Christmas, family, home and love…And a herd of longhorns are making the way hard.

A sweet re-telling of The Gift of the Magi–with a happy ending…The Sweetest Gift. She longs for music. He needs a valuable horse to improve his herd.When Christmas comes the gift they truly give is the gift of love.

The Christmas Candle, A lonely widower with a pair of out-of-control sons he never got to know while their mother was alive.A woman with a love of nature and beauty and scent…and the little boys seem determined to destroy her way of life. A feisty Ozark mountain granny who doesn’t put up with much nonsense.The gift of a candle for Christmas and a Christ child who is a perfect match for this scent of heaven.

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Merry Christmas!!!


Kit Morgan


The Partridge will be celebrating its one year anniversary come December and is still going strong. A delightful tale about a little town struggling to survive. Their only hope, mail-order brides! 

Reverend Chase Hammond hoped was in a pickle. If he didn’t get the men of Noelle married, his and every other man’s hopes of having the railroad come would die, Noelle right along with it. But planning to marry the men off to save the town and actually doing it were two different things. Some didn’t like the idea, thinking a mining town should be mining, not marrying! But that was only one of Chase Hammond’s problems. Problems that if not fixed immediately, would seal Noelle’s fate …
Felicity Partridge was in trouble. Big trouble. An active voice for Suffragettes, she’d managed to get herself arrested more than a few times. Now her father demanded she marries to keep her out of more trouble. But how could she further the cause of women shackled to a husband? But when her father gave her the choice between marriage and jail, she decided it best to further her cause elsewhere, and Noelle, Colorado seemed just the place to do it! Especially when she found out who her husband to be was …
Unfortunately, he had other ideas about marrying.  Amazon Link



Christmas in Clear Creek, another Christmas favorite!

Bowen Drake had a gift. Unfortunately, he didn’t want it. He even went so far as to do ‘bad’ in order to thwart the ‘good’ that seemed to follow him everywhere! For when HE needed it the darn thing didn’t do HIM any good at all! He tried drinking, he tried womanizing, he even tried outlawing, but nothing worked. Finally, he stumbles into the little town of Clear Creek and there discovers why we’ve been given the gifts we have…

Elsie Waller came to Clear Creek after the death of her grandfather. She had high hopes for her life in the little town including looking for a husband. Imagine her elation when she happens upon the man of her dreams the very day after she arrives! Of course, the fact he was half frozen did put a damper on things, but once the townsfolk of Clear Creek thawed him out she endeavored to make sure Bowen Drake stayed around long enough to see she’d make him a mighty fine wife! The only question was, how?

Enjoy Bowen and Elsie’s fanciful tale of mishaps, miracles, and love!   Amazon Link





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Phyliss Miranda

Although A Texas Christmas has been out since 2011, it is still one of our best selling anthologies. It hit New York Times and USA Today making is a popular holiday read.

On the eve before Christmas a blizzard arrives in Kasota Springs, Texas, transforming the small town into a night to remember.

Four ladies desperately in need of saving, four hard-ridin’ cowboys who aim to please. . . Four stories of holiday fun, and lots of laughter and love.

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 In A Christmas Miracle, Mattie Jo Ashley has lost too many people she loves. She is determined not to lose her baby sister to a mysterious disease. 

Dr. Grant Spencer has every confidence in his abilities as a third generation doctor, but is sorely in need of self worth in other areas of his life….

When Mattie Jo unleashes havoc in the community and takes Grant to the brink of testing his courage and fortitude as both a doctor and a man, all discover the true Christmas spirit and the power of genuine love and acceptance.  

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71 thoughts on “COWBOYS & MISTLETOE ~ Day 4”

    • Hi our friend , Tonya! Good to see you here. We always appreciate faithful readers such as yourself. I’d love to see everyone of the readers win; hope you’re one of them. Happy, happy holidays to you and your family. Big Texas hugs to a great Kansas reader!

    • Hi Glenda. Great to see another of our faithful followers. I know you’ve read both of my stories, so encourage you, if you haven’t already, to get Kit’s and Mary’s. The Fillies are sure offering up some great reads for you all to check out. Thanks for dropping by and leaving a message. Big hugs to you and yours, Phyliss

    • Merry Christmas, Glenda! Glad you stopped by! Such great books to choose from. Shhh, I’m picking one from Phyliss and Mary today! I sorta fan girl over both.

    • Hi Janine, so good to hear from you. We’re so thankful for great followers as yourself. I believe you’ve read my stories, but if you haven’t you can get both as an eBook, as well as a paperback, at Amazon. Thanks for stopping by and a big hug to you, Phyliss

    • Hi Janine! We hope you have a great holiday season too! Have you started decorating yet? With all these great books it’s going to be hard to get anything done! LOL! Thanks for following each of us!

    • Hi Debra, thanks for dropping by. Glad you’re following all of the posts and enjoying them. What a way to get a glimpse at a lot of holiday books. Happy Holidays to you and yours, Phyliss

  1. I am following all of you ladies this morning. I hope you all have a wonderful holiday season this year and really looking forward to read these books. Thanks for the great giveaway. Entering under the name of Virginia.

    • Hi Miss Quilt Lady. Thanks for your support and readership throughout the year. I know when I blog, I can always depend on you to leave a comment. Kit and Mary have some great books to offer; while both of mine are what I call my personal classics. Not everyone has them and they are available at Amazon as eBooks and paperbacks. Hope you have a wonderful holiday season. Hugs, Phyliss

    • Hi Teresa. Thanks for reading all of our blogs. The holidays are just made for reading, in my opinion. Work all day, take care of the family, wrap gifts, and relax with a good Christmas book. Makes for a perfect day. Hugs, Phyliss

    • Teresa! That was a fun series! Did you have a good Thanksgiving? I love writing holiday books. And I agree with Phyliss. Nothing better than curling up with a Christmas book at day’s end.

    • Hi Carol. Great to see you. Thanks for following all of us. We truly tried to make this week special and the giveaways are like icing on the cake. We truly appreciate you. Hugs from Texas, Phyliss

  2. Thank you for these days to discover new authors and new books. I love Christmas, clean books. I am enjoying this daily book hop.

    • Hi Lori, good to see you here. Don’t we have a group of very talented authors? I also love clean stories and that’s what we all offer. Have a happy holiday! Hugs, Phyliss

    • Hi Lori! Clean Christmas reads are great! Ahhh, they make me smile so much! Every year I get my little book pile (or in my Kindle’s case, book files) stacked up and ready to go! I just got done with one of my fellow fillies books!

  3. I already love Mary’s books, but oh my goodness-so many other wonderful authors to read! I need more hours in my day!

    • Hi Julia, isn’t Mary’s books amazing? We are so fortunate to have the best of the best in the way of Fillies producing some really great stories. I agree about needing more reading hours in the day, but isn’t it wonderful to stoke the fire and relax with a good holiday book on a cold day? Have a Happy Holiday. Phyliss

    • Good to hear from you, Sharon. Yes, we really do have a bunch of talented ladies and each of us have our own style of writing. I think that’s what makes this blog site interesting. We work together, yet all write our own stories our own way; and, With readers like you, I can promise we’ll be up and going for another decade or even more! Happy Holidays to you and yours, Phyliss

    • Isn’t the variety of writing styles in this group fantastic? Phyliss is right. It’s what makes this group special and unique. There’s something for everybody!

  4. Hi Cori, so good to hear from you…one of our treasured and long time followers. We’re so happy to read every one of your comments. May you and yours have a very Merry Christmas! Hugs, Phyliss

  5. So enjoying these reads! Love that the novellas put into one book. My Amazon shopping has been busy! Lol But really it makes my difficult time during the holiday bring comfort reading these stories. thanks!

    • Hi Caffey, glad to hear from you. I love novellas, too. My first published work with a big house was an anthology, as was my second through sixth! Keep that Amazon shopping cart busy. We’re very happy to have readers such as you. And, thanks for reading as many books as you can. There’s nothing better than a good book, cup of hot chocolate, and a warm fire to stove off these cold days. Happy holidays to you and yours, Phyliss

    • I’m guessing you mean for The Partridge? My goodness, when you have a chance, go onto Amazon and look at the rest of the books in the series. The cover artist did a fantastic job on everyone’s covers. I think they’d make great Christmas ornaments!

    • Hi Sarah, thanks for dropping by. I think about everybody can use an Amazon gift certificate, then add a few extra giveaways like Linda’s calendar, which is awesome by the way, and you’ve got things going. Hope you and yours have a Happy Holiday!

  6. This is a nice a quick way to have a chance to win something. Thanks for making this so easy and it’s nice to be here.

    • Hi Dorothy, I’m eager to see the prize list and hope I see your name on it! I’m glad you found it easy. We had a hiccup or two along the way, but that’s part of learning something new. I hope you and yours have a wonderful holiday season. Hugs, Phyliss

  7. i love reading so much i cant imagine my life without my books,,i dont do ebooks i like turning the pages old school,,i remember when i was in high school,i would go to the lib.everyday and check out a book,,i was a speed reader so i read a book a night,,we were poor so i never had many of my own but i sure wore that library out ,,lol not as fast a reader as i used to be but still can finish one or 2 a week

  8. Hi Miss Vickie. Good to hear from you. I’m like you about the feel of turning a page. I do download a lot of books, as it’s nice when I’m away from home, but a “real” book is my favorite. I’m a slow reader and since I’m a post-war baby and our town had an air force base, there were so many kids to start school that we could only go a half a day. That put me behind in my reading and I was a late bloomer. Never would I have ever thought I’d be a published author today. I hope you and yours have a wonderful holiday. Hugs, Phyliss

  9. Hey my filly sisters! You know what? Readers are not the ONLY ones who are excited about all these wonderful Christmas reads! I’m dying to get my hands on these books and just binge on reading them over the holidays! Can’t wait to just relax with some great stories!

  10. I am now following Mary, Kit, and Phyliss on BookBub.

    These are all good reads. I look forward to digging into one or two soon.

  11. Thank you all so much it has been fun I am old school also don’t do ebooks Love the print books Following all!

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