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Ring in the New Year
With A LIGHT IN THE WINDOW
And a 6-inch Kindle

Begin 2013 with faith, family and a festive love story to warm the heart: A LIGHT IN THE WINDOW: An Irish Love Story by bestselling inspirational romance author Julie Lessman. This touching e–book exclusive—the prequel love story of Marcy and Patrick O'Connor from "The Daughters of Boston" and "Winds of Change" series—is sure to remind you what's truly important.

To celebrate the New Year, Julie is offering one grand prizewinner a Kindle (or an equivalent Amazon gift card) loaded with A LIGHT IN THE WINDOW: An Irish Love Story. The 6–inch, Wi Fi–enabled e–reader, lighter than a paperback, fits in your pocket or purse and holds 1,000 books.


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Marceline Murphy is a gentle beauty with a well–founded aversion to rogues. But when two of Boston's most notorious pursue her, she encounters a tug–of–war of the heart she isn't expecting. Sam is from a family of faith, and Patrick is not: two rogues whose wild ways clash head–on with Marcy's—both in her faith and in her heart.

While overseeing the parish soup–kitchen fundraiser—a Christmas play entitled A LIGHT IN THE WINDOW—Marcy not only wrestles with her attraction to both men, but with her concern for their spiritual welfare. The play is based on the Irish custom of placing a candle in the window on Christmas Eve to welcome the Holy Family, and for Marcy, its message becomes deeply personal.

Marcy's grandmother cautions her to guard her heart for the type of man who will respond to the "light in the window," meaning the message of Christ in her heart. But when disaster strikes, Marcy discovers the truth of the play's message as it becomes clear that although two men have professed their undying love, only one has truly responded to "the light in the window."

Learn more about Julie and additional contests at www.JulieLessman.com and like her on Facebook.

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