Friday, November 11, 2022

Believe In Me This Christmas Morn by L.A. Sartor

Book 3 in the Star Light ~ Star Bright Series

Do you remember Mitchell Thomas from the first book, Be Mine This Christmas Night? I knew I couldn’t let him remain bitter and unloved. So, this is his story. You’ll also be introduced to Belle Grantham, and the deadline she’s given by people she’d trusted. Truly, Mitch is her only hope.

And yes, Annie, Cole, Jen and Brice make appearances!


A Grantham never quits. Especially at Christmas!

It’s the week before Christmas and Santa arrives early, gifting Belle Grantham with a new website for her struggling literacy non-profit. Nary a lump of coal in sight.

Mitchell Thomas is a web wizard. His website makeover contest is won by Belle purely on her abysmal website but worthy goal. As he works alongside her, he discovers she’s a Texas bred princess, born with a silver spoon…or two. Unlike himself who barely owned a spoon until college.

The lump of coal finally appears in the form of her board of directors, comprised of her rancher father, younger brother and global entrepreneur best friend, who demand that she either hand over Goal 100% to a qualified staff or they’ll close her down.

Belle knows that Mitchell believes in her dream and is drawn to her, yet there’s a barrier to his heart she can’t breach. Will she find out why her board is so adamant about their demands? Will Mitchell abandon her when his work is done?

Believe In Me This Christmas Morn, Book Three in the Star Light ~ Star Bright series, introduces Belle and heralds the return of Mitchell Thomas. If you love reading stories about falling in love with the last person you’d expect, and learning if indeed a Grantham never quits, then Believe In Me This Christmas Morn is written for you.

Buy Believe In Me This Christmas Morn and fall into the wonder of a bestselling Christmas romance today.




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About L. A. Sartor

I started writing as a child, really. A few things happened on the way to becoming a published author … specifically, a junior high school teacher who told me I couldn’t write because I didn’t want to study grammar…

That English teacher stopped my writing for years.  But the muse couldn’t be denied, and eventually I wrote, a lot, some of it award winning. However, I wasn’t really making a career from any of this.

My husband told me repeatedly that independent publishing was becoming a valid way to publish a novel. I didn’t believe him even after he showed me several Wall Street Journal articles. I thought indie meant vanity press. 

I couldn’t have been more wrong.

I started pursuing this direction seriously, hit the keyboard, learned a litany of new things and published my first novel. My second book became a bestseller, and I’m absolutely on the right course in my life.

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1 comment:

  1. Hi Amy, thanks for the post. Truly this story had to be told as I couldn't let Mitch be so burned by life and its harshness. Truly, love works.


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