A Romantic Duke for Christmas: A 10 Book Regency Romance Box Set: Regency Romance cover
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Just in time for the holidays – 10 book box set with eight brand new novella-length Regency Romance stories, plus two bonus books!

Just $0.99 for a limited time only! Always free with Kindle Unlimited!


Does your Christmas book list include this fabulous new box set from these two bestselling authors of sweet Regency romance? If not, it definitely should!

The last Christmas box set by Charlotte Darcy and Abigail Haversham was a #1 Amazon Bestseller in Historical Christian Romance, and this one is bound to be just as popular. So download it now at the special introductory low price!

Here are the titles and synopses for the ten novella-length stories in this Christmas collection:

Charlotte Darcy

1 A Twelfth Night Rendezvous. A handsome Duke and a lovely lady find love at a series of Twelfth Night events in this delightfully unusual spin on a traditional holiday romance.

2 The Duke’s Christmas Visit. A Duke with a flair for philanthropy takes pleasure in giving and in charitable events during holiday season – only to find that the gift of love comes back to him during one of his visits!
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This version of Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol, masterfully narrated by Tim Curry, was available for a limited time last year, and now it's back. This one-of-a-kind performance puts a unique spin on a treasured classic, and served as the inspiration for the exciting new line of Audible Signature Classics, including Adventures of Huckleberry Finn with Elijah Wood, and Heart of Darkness with Kenneth Branagh. Tim Curry performs this timeless holiday story in a deliciously dark tone, returning it to its Dickensian roots with a vivid imagining of Victorian London and just the right touch of outrageous fun.

A Christmas Carol has constantly been in print since its original publication in 1849, and has been adapted for stage, television, film, and opera. It has often been credited with returning the jovial and festive atmosphere to the holiday season in Britain and North America, following the somber period that emerged during the Industrial Revolution.

The story opens on a bleak and cold Christmas Eve as Ebenezer Scrooge is closing up his office for the day. As the story progresses and Christmas morning approaches, Scrooge encounte...
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The Priceless Movement has been part of the band For KING & COUNTRY from the beginning, reminding women of their worth and encouraging men to respect and honor them. This novelization of the major motion picture Priceless, created by brothers Joel and Luke Smallbone, tells the story of James Stevenson (played by Joel), a man thrown into the dark world of human trafficking. Can the love, strength, and faith of a woman change the course of his future? Will he risk his life to rescue her and show how much she's worth fighting for?...
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When his life comes apart, will the center hold?
 
Chris Walker has everything. A career, a beautiful fiancée, a promising ministry opportunity, and a faith instilled in him from a young age. But when a revelation about his family comes to light at his grandmother’s funeral, Chris finds himself facing questions he didn’t even know he had about…well, everything.
 
Fighting a battle within and without from those that don’t understand his sudden doubts, Chris seeks refuge in a weekend with his grandfather to ask the tough questions and sort through the issues where faith meets life and disillusionment collides with truth.
 
For those searching for the historic Christian faith that is relevant to life today, or for those who believe that a completely new faith is called for, Clear Winter Nights is a stirring story about faith, forgiveness, and the distinctiveness of Christianity. Through a powerful narrative and engaging dialogue, Trevin Wax shows the relevance of unchanging truth in an ever-changing world.

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What’s in a name? When the Bible speaks of God, the name used holds more significance than you ever knew. For example, the very first reference to God in Genesis 1:1—the name Elohim—teaches and reveals the triune nature of God. We are commanded to honor the name of God, but to do that adequately, we must understand the inherit greatness of the names which God uses to refer to himself. Ken Hemphill takes the reader through an in-depth devotional study of the names of God, teaching the significance of each name and the keys it possesses to growing us in relationship with God. God’s names are not only our protection but also reveal the very nature of God himself. This is why we are to honor his name....
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I will hold myself to a standard of grace, not perfection.

 

As a busy wife, new mother, business owner, and designer, Emily Ley came to a point when she suddenly realized she couldn’t do it all. She needed to simplify her life, organize her days, and prioritize the priorities. She decided to hold herself to a standard of grace rather than perfection. This mantra led to the creation of her bestselling Simplified Planner®, a favorite among busy women everywhere—from mamas to executives and everywhere in between.

 

Grace, Not Perfection takes this message from a daily planner to an inspirational book that encourages women to simplify and prioritize. Designed with Emily Ley’s signature aesthetic, this book gives women tangible ways to simplify their lives to give space to what matters most. With a focus on faith, Emily reminds readers that God abundantly pours out grace on us—and that surely we can extend grace to ourselves.

 

Have you been told you can have it all, only to end up exhausted and occasionally out of sorts with the people you love? Are you ready for a...
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Imagine following Jesus along the road, listening in on his conversations, and gleaning from the lessons he taught in the holy places he traveled. Join author Wayne Stiles as he walks in the steps of Jesus: through Bethlehem, Samaria, Jerusalem, Nazareth, Galilee, and beyond. Experience the places where Jesus met a lonely woman in Samaria, a den of hypocrites in the Temple, a Jerusalem Pharisee still searching for truth, fishermen with a sea of false expectations, and a hometown ashamed of him. Entering the Holy land through the settings, sights, and sounds of Stiles's engaging travelogue, readers will not only discover more about these sacred places, but also learn practical lessons that will find their way into their hearts. And ultimately, prepare them for their own encounter with Christ.

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Imagine following Jesus along the road, listening in on his conversations, and gleaning from the lessons he taught in the holy places he traveled. Join author Wayne Stiles as he walks in the steps of Jesus: through Bethlehem, Samaria, Jerusalem, Nazareth, Galilee, and beyond. Experience the places where Jesus met a lonely woman in Samaria, a den of hypocrites...
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The Carols of Christmas: A Celebration of the Surprising Stories Behind Your Favorite Holiday Songs cover
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From Oxford professor and renowned British composer, a joyous account of the history behind our favorite carols.

Everyone loves a carol—in the end, even Ebenezer Scrooge. They have the power to summon up a special kind of mid-winter mood, like the aroma of gingerbread or the twinkle of lights on a tree. It’s a kind of magic.

But how did they get that magic? Andrew Gant—choirmaster, church musician, university professor, and writer—tells the story of some twenty carols, each accompanied by lyrics and music, unraveling a captivating, and often surprising, tale of great musicians and thinkers, saints and pagans, shepherd boys and choirboys. Readers get to delve into the history such favorites as “Good King Wenceslas,” “Away in a Manger,” and “O, Tannenbaum,” discovering along the way how “Hark, the Herald Angels Sing” came to replace “Hark, how all the welkin’ ring” and how Ralph Vaughan Williams applied the tune of an English folk song about a dead ox to a poem by a nineteenth century American pilgrim to make “O Little Town of Bethlehem.”

A charming book that brims with anecdote, expert knowledge, and Christmas spirit, this is a fitti...
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