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Litfuse Publicity: An Endless Christmas by Cynthia Ruchti

on November 16, 2015

About the Book:

Christmas takes a very different turn when the guests of honor break up instead of announcing their engagement. Trapped with his family, they learn that love
looks different than either imagined.

Both in their eighties, Dodie and Wilson Binder celebrate every Christmas as if it were their last. This year, their grandson Micah is planning to ask his girlfriend, Katie, to marry him so they can celebrate with the whole family. But things go very wrong when she says, “no.” Now they are stuck. Too many people, too much snow, and too little room should be a recipe for disaster. But sometimes too much is just enough. Especially when it’s Christmas.

You can purchase your copy here.

About the Author:

Cynthia Ruchti tells stories “hemmed in hope.” She’s the award-winning author of sixteen books and a frequent speaker for women’s ministry events. She serves as the Professional Relations Liaison for American Christian Fiction Writers, where she helps retailers, libraries, and book clubs connect with the authors and books they love. She lives with her husband in Central Wisconsin.

Connect with Cynthia at her website, on Facebook, and on Twitter.

 

My Opinion:

I love, love, love Christmas novellas even in the summer and I’ve read other Cynthia Ruchti books and her writing draws you in as you enter the characters lives, and while this is a novella, so it’s short, you feel like you’ve always known the characters. Dodie and Wilson Binder host Christmas at their tiny country house with all the children and grandchildren every year – it’s crowded and Katie, Micah’s girlfriend is relegated to the window seat in the living room. Micah asks Katie the question most young women want to hear, “will you marry me?”, but her answer isn’t one he or his family was expecting – and it’s all because of Katie’s ancestry. She’s scared she’ll repeat the sins of the past, so to speak.

Join the Binder family as they explore Christmas and let go of their regrets from the past year (a neat idea that I think would be fun to add to our family’s traditions) and live each day and each Christmas as it’s their last. I won’t give away all the book but grab your tissues, a hot cup of tea or coffee, and cuddle up on your couch or bed and begin to get engrossed in a book that will leave you wanting to live every day like it’s your last – and not just live but love. A story of healing, redemption and love that runs deep and true – a perfect short book for the Christmas season. I highly recommend this novella to anyone who is looking for a book set during the Christmas season.

If you’d like to see what other bloggers thought about this book please visit the Litfuse Landing Page.

 


There’s no getting out of Christmas now, despite Katie rejecting Micah’s marriage proposal. Cozy up this holiday season with Cynthia Ruchti’s new novella, An Endless Christmas. The Binder family celebrates every Christmas as if it were their last. Too many people, too much snow, and too little room should be a recipe for disaster. But sometimes too much is just enough. Especially when it’s Christmas.

Celebrate the holidays with Cynthia and An Endless Christmas by entering her $100 Target gift card giveaway!

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One grand prize winner will receive:

  • A copy of An Endless Christmas
  • A $100 gift card to Target

Enter today by clicking the icon below. But hurry, the giveaway ends on November 30th. The winner will be announced December 1st on Cynthia’s blog.

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4 responses to “Litfuse Publicity: An Endless Christmas by Cynthia Ruchti

  1. I tweeted this. https://twitter.com/LauraLane1986/status/667583357883039746
    I’m on chapter 2. Don’t you just love reviewing?

  2. Oh dear lady, I just read about your husband. I pray God will bring peace and joy to you and your family during this Christmas season though I know you all will miss your husband so much. God bless you and comfort you all again and again. In Jesus’ Name I ask it.

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