Author: Shanna Hatfield

Wings of an Angel by Shanna Hatfield – New Release, Preview

Wings of an Angel by Shanna Hatfield – New Release, Preview

I’ve now read the first three books in this series and have just started this last one. If you enjoy fun Christmas novellas, I encourage you to pick up all four of these stories and read them in order. While they stand alone, there are hints in each one to […]





Racing Christmas by Shanna Hatfield – Book Review, Preview

Racing Christmas by Shanna Hatfield – Book Review, Preview

by Phyllis Helton
November 9, 2018
Book Reviews

Several of the guys in the office constantly pulled pranks on each other. I’ll never forget the time Gerry left the office only to find his truck had been wrapped quite thoroughly with shipping plastic! To the degree that he couldn’t possibly pull it off – he had to carefully […]


Christmas in Romance Series – Cover Reveals and Preorder

Christmas in Romance Series – Cover Reveals and Preorder

by Phyllis Helton
October 1, 2018
Cover Reveal

The Christmas in Romance series is a six book, multi-author series taking place in the fictional town of Romance, Oregon. If you’ve been following my blog for long, you might remember the Fall into Romance Collection which first introduced this town last November. This new series will be releasing one […]


Dream of Her Heart by Shanna Hatfield – Excerpt 3, Giveaway

Dream of Her Heart by Shanna Hatfield – Excerpt 3, Giveaway

by Phyllis Helton
October 1, 2018
Blog Tours, Excerpts

Here is a final excerpt from Dream of Her Heart. But, seriously, stop reading these excerpts – go buy the book! Excerpt Drops of rain started to fall and she looked up as Zane stepped in front of her. “Care to dance with me?” he asked, holding out his hands. […]


Dream of Her Heart by Shanna Hatfield – Book Review, Preview, Giveaway

Dream of Her Heart by Shanna Hatfield – Book Review, Preview, Giveaway

My hubby and I enjoy collecting seashells when we walk along the shore. We have a number of different ones that we have collected over the years. The funny thing is, we don’t even necessarily care if they are “perfect”. The colors and textures of a broken spiral shell can […]