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Jingle Belle

By Delia Latham


Jingle Belle Knowles is excited about the opportunity to write a Christmas jingle for a new restaurant in Pohono, Oklahoma–until she meets the company’s cocky PR man. Despite an immediate personality clash with much-too-handsome Italian Nick Santini, Belle finds herself irresistibly and unacceptably drawn to her insufferable client.

Nick isn’t pleased about working with the lovely jingle writer. But with a grand opening date just two weeks before Christmas, he and his brother need something to draw shoppers off the streets and into their Tuscan-themed restaurant. Given Belle's stellar reputation, Nick makes up his mind to grit his teeth and get through the project.

They’re both adults. They’re both Christians. And they’re both determined to make the project a success. But when a passionate, self-assured, hard-headed Italian butts heads with a stubborn, auburn-haired, confident Irish spit-fire, the results could make for a highly chaotic Christmas season.

Book Takeaway:

Prayer changes things. But in order to pray with any kind of confidence, you have to trust that God is in control and He knows what He’s doing in your life.

Why the author wrote this book:

Jingle Belle is the December edition of the Pure Amore 2015 Collection -- a subscription service through Pelican Book Group. I was thrilled to be invited to write the Christmas book for this collection of sweet romance novels that focus on abstinence before marriage. Purity becomes something beautiful and good, rather than something from "the Stone Age." It feels good to help young women see their virginity as something to be treasured, and saved for the man who will be their mate for life. I love showing them that this is a one-time only gift...a unique treasure they can offer their husband as a priceless wedding gift.


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