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There is nothing sexier than a man who loves God and family. Christian kicks off the holiday series by showing how he celebrates Christ’s birth, resurrection, and the biggest of all, Father’s Day to a single mother; It takes a pure heart to capture God’s attention, and David is looking for that one woman who can pull at his heartstrings; Nathan finds a kindred spirit in Noelle who has a heart for the helpless, hungry, and homeless. Together they try to make a difference during Christmas.
Christmas will never be the same for Joy Knight if Christian Andersen has his way.Not to be confused with a secret Santa, Christian and his family are busier than Santa's elves making sure the Lord's blessings are distributed to those less fortunate by Christmas day.Joy is playing the hand that life dealt her, rearing four children in a home that is on the brink of foreclosure. She's not looking for a handout, but when Christian rescues her in the checkout line; her niece thinks Christian is an angel. Joy thinks he’s just another man who will eventually leave, disappointing her and the children.Although Christian is a servant of the Lord, he is a flesh and blood man and all he wants for Christmas is Joy Knight. Can time spent with Christian turn Joy’s attention from her financial woes to the real meaning of Christmas—and true love?A Christian Christmas is a holiday novella to be enjoyed any time of the year.
How to celebrate Easter becomes a balancing act for Christian and Joy Andersen and their four children.
Chocolate bunnies, colorful stuffed baskets, and flashy fashion shows are their competition. Despite the enticements, Christian refuses to succumb without a fight.
And it becomes a tug of war when his recently adopted ten-year-old daughter, Bethani, wants to participate in her friend’s Easter tradition.
Christian hopes he has instilled Proverbs 22:6, into the children’s heart in the short time of being their dad.
One Father’s Day, three fathers, and four children. Will the real dad, please stand up? It’s never too late to be a father—or is it?
Christian Andersen is looking forward to spending his first Father’s Day with his blended family. But Father’s Day becomes more complicated than Christian or Joy, his wife, could have ever imagined, when the biological fathers of his adopted children threaten to ruin his special day. But he depends on God to guide him through the journey with a surprising outcome.
A Christian Father’s Day is a romantic Christian novella that celebrates fatherhood year round.
David Andersen doesn’t have a problem indulging in Valentine’s Day, per se, but not on a first date. Considering it was the love fest of the year, he didn’t want a woman to get any ideas that a wedding ring was forthcoming before he got a chance to know her. So he has no choice but to wait until the whole Valentine’s Day hoopla was over, then he would make his move on a sister in his church he can’t take his eyes off of.
For the past two years and counting, Valerie Hart hasn’t been the recipient of a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner invitation. To fill the void, Valerie keeps herself busy with God’s business, hoping the Lord will send her perfect mate soon. Unfortunately, with no prospects in sight, it looks like that won’t happen again this year.
A WOMAN AFTER DAVID’S HEART is a Valentine romance novella that can be enjoyed with or without a box of chocolates.
A Noelle for Nathan is a story of kindness, selflessness, and falling in love during the Christmas season.
Andersen Investors & Consultants, LLC, CFO Nathan Andersen (A Christian Christmas) isn’t looking for attention when he buys a homeless man a meal, but grade school teacher Noelle Foster is watching his every move with admiration. His generosity makes him a man after her own heart.
While donors give more to children and families in need around the holiday season, Noelle Foster believes in giving year-round after seeing many of her students struggle with hunger and finding a warm bed at night.
At a second-chance meeting, sparks fly when Noelle and Nathan share a kindred spirit with their passion to help those less fortunate. Whether they’re doing charity work or attending Christmas parties, the couple becomes inseparable. Although Noelle and Nathan exchange gifts, the biggest present is the one from Christ.
One reader says, “A Noelle for Nathan makes you fall in love with love…the love of mankind and the love of God. You cannot read this without having a desire to give and do more, all while being appreciative of what you have.”
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