A Vow of Love: The Friessens A New Beginning, Book 4 by Lorhainne Eckhart

Sometimes families need a helping hand

A vow of love: the friessens a new beginning, book 4

Sometimes families need a helping hand

Holidays are about family, love, and giving, but this Christmas, the Friessens are in for a rough holiday season.

Thirteen days before Christmas, a letter arrives that Candy Friessen was never meant to see. When she opens it, she discovers a lie that rocks her world, and she begins to question everything she and Neil have created together, including his love for her and their family.

Seven days before Christmas, her heart breaking, Candy considers leaving her husband for good, and she begins making plans—until a call one night alerts all the Friessens that Becky, their mother, is in the hospital, fighting for her life. Without a second thought, the entire Friessen clan is on a plane to her bedside. Faced with uncertainty, Brad, Neil, Jed, and their wives are together for Christmas, but there’s no happy celebration, no gifts piled under the tree.

For Candy and Neil, once trust is destroyed, can their family bond be strong enough to save their marriage?

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Genre: FICTION / Romance / Contemporary

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Sagas

Language: English

Keywords: christmas, big family romance series, family sagas, romance series, alpha male, second chance, women's fiction, westerns, small town and rural, sisters

Word Count: 43000

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Sample text:

“Candy, are you ready?” Brad was in the doorway. She had never heard him step inside.

She stared across the room at him. He’d picked up Cat and was holding her, but it seemed as if he were somewhere else—or maybe it was her. Her throat was tight, and, for a moment, she forgot how to breathe. She gasped for air, and Brad’s eyes widened. He hurried across the room to her.

“Candy, are you all right? What’s wrong, Candy?” He put Cat down, and then he had his arm around her and was leading her to the sofa to sit her down. She realized she was shaking. “What’s going on, Candy?” he asked, and he reached for the letter she was holding, but her hand was gripping it so tightly she couldn’t let it go. “Candy, honey, what is going on? Is it bad news?”

Brad had his hands on her arms. He was holding her together, and he had such concern in his eyes. They were a deeper brown than her husband’s, but they were so similar. His expression was different than Neil’s—older, wiser, maybe that was it. The shape of his face was more square, and he had lines around his eyes that were deeper than Neil’s. He was his brother, his older brother, a man Candy was fond of. She just stared at him, and then she was shaking her head. She tried to find something to say, but in the end she just held out the letter. Brad took it from her and started reading. She didn’t miss the furrow in his brow, the shock in his expression. He shut his eyes, lowering the paper, and glanced away for a second. When he looked back at her, the sympathy on his face, in his eyes, made her want to weep.

“You already knew!” she cried out, because it was something he hadn’t been able to hide.

Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

Translation in progress. Translated by Claudio Valerio Gaetani and Viviana Rafaella Gaetani Chinchilla

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