Christmas Giveaway: The Soldier’s Holiday Vow by Jillian Hart

Posted 20 November, 2009 by Molly(Cover To Cover Cafe) in Book Reviews / 39 Comments

About the Book:
Trapped in a mine shaft with a little girl, September Stevens prays for someone to save them. When help arrives in the form of army ranger Mark Hawkins, the best friend of her late fiancé, they both feel God’s hand at work. Together they help each other rebuild their lives. As they let the spirit of the holidays into their hearts, feelings of new love start to take hold. But September is afraid to risk her heart on another soldier. Until Mark offers a Christmas vow, one that could last a lifetime.

About the Author:
Jillian Hart grew up on the original homestead where her family still lives, went to high school where Twin Peaks was filmed, earned an English degree, and has traveled extensively. When Jillian’s not writing her stories, she reads, stops for café mochas, and hikes with her husband in the pine forests near their home in Washington State.

*Rules of the Giveaway*
  • Open to everyone

  • Leave a comment with telling me your favorite Christmas Dinner Dish (Remember: Please leave your email address so I can notify the winner!)

  • Bonus entry: Go to Jillian’s website and tell me another book that you would like to read

  • Giveaway will end December 7th at 6pm

*Many thanks to the wonderful author, Jillian Hart, for providing this book for giveaway!*



39 responses to “Christmas Giveaway: The Soldier’s Holiday Vow by Jillian Hart

  1. Marjorie

    Homefront Holiday has the most
    beautiful cover and would be
    a great book to read.

    I follow by google reader.

    cenya2 at hotmail dot com

  2. Bethie

    My favorite dinner dish for Christmas is actually served on Christmas Eve. We usually have a seafood feast that night. Linguini in white clam sauce is my fav.

    +1 I would like to read Homefront Holiday.

    lizzi0915 at aol dot com

  3. LuAnn

    I prefer a nice ham for Christmas. (I have turkey for Thanksgiving.) Of course, that ham needs all the trimmings … mashed potatoes, yams, green beans, etc. And to end the meal: Christmas cookies and fudge! What could be better than that?

    reading_frenzy at yahoo dot com

  4. Anonymous

    my favourite christmas dish is potato soup…

    Homefront Holiday sounds like a good book.


  5. Winning Readings

    In keeping with the season, I’d like to read Yuletide Treasure… 🙂

    janemaritz at yahoo dot com

  6. Janet Ruth

    My fav Christmas dish is a wonderful gelatin pudding with graham wafers that my Mom makes (and nobody else can make it as good as she does).
    I would love to read Heaven Sent/His Hometown Girl by Jillian Hart.


  7. wmmahaney

    My favorite Christmas dinner dish is Stuffing. I make it the same as my Granny and it is delicious.

  8. Annette

    Can my favorite Christmas dish be Christmas cookies?

    I also like traditional ham and potatoes, of course!

    derekannette at gmail dot com

  9. Charity

    And I would like to read Blind-date Bride. I am trying to get all the McKaslin Clan series and I love them!!!

  10. Jake Lsewhere

    My favourite Holiday Dinner dish is the green bean casserole.

    Thanks for hosting this giveaway.

  11. Cherie J

    Would also love to read Homefront Holiday. I actually already have a copy on my reading pile already and I am looking forward to reading it.

  12. Cherie J

    My favoite dish is a Puerto Rican one my mom makes that is traditional called pasteles.


  13. Emma

    My favorite Christmas Dinner Dish is yams.I would like to read The Rancher’s Promise june 2010
    Love Inspired book.augustlily06(at)aim(dot)com.Thank you.

  14. Michelle

    I would like to read Homespun Bride.
    Thanks for the giveaway!!

    scraphappy71 at sbcglobal dot net

  15. Renee G

    My favorite Christmas dish is homemade egg noodles cooked in the turkey gravy.

  16. Emily

    Hey Molly,
    I think all her books lok pretty awesome, so I don’t know if I can pick just one.


  17. Emily

    I think my favorite christmas dish would have to be Green Bean Cassarole as well.


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