A Christmas Carousel Proposal

12 Days of Heartwarming Christmas Series Prologue

by Melinda Curtis, Cari Lynn Webb

Melinda Curtis

Contemporary Romance

June 10, 2018

Available in: e-Book

A Christmas Carousel Proposal
by Melinda Curtis, Cari Lynn Webb

This clean romance kicks off the 2018 anthology written by Harlequin Heartwarming romance authors.

Lisa Garland has big plans for her grandparents’ wedding anniversary on December 24th — the grand opening of Carousel House, featuring a fully-restored carousel in downtown Christmas Town. She doesn’t expect the company restoring the carousel to go bankrupt or the only man available to help her make the deadline for her grandparents’ anniversary to be her ex-fiance.

A decade ago, John Richardson walked away from Lisa for her own good. He’s tried hard not to look back. But now Lisa needs a miracle and John might just be the only man who can deliver it. If only he can keep his undying love for her a secret. He’s scheduled to return to duty on December 25, so all he needs to do is organize volunteers to finish the carousel and keep his heart under lock and key. But love has a way of opening doors and hearts, and John’s holiday season may not go as planned.

A Christmas Carousel Proposal introduces many of the characters in the 12 Days of Heartwarming Christmas series, which begin the week after John proposes to Lisa. Six romances feature Lisa’s bridesmaids and six feature heroes working on the carousel. All full-length novels end on Christmas Eve.



Melinda Curtis' Bio

Prior to writing romance, award-winning, USA Today bestseller Melinda Curtis was a junior manager for a Fortune 500 company, which meant when she flew on the private jet she was relegated to the jump seat—otherwise known as the potty. After grabbing her pen (and a parachute) she made the jump to full-time writer. Between writing sweet romance for Harlequin and indie-pubbed sweet romantic comedy, Melinda finds time to relax with her husband over home remodeling projects. She recently came to grips with the fact that she’s an empty nester and a grandma, concepts easier to grasp than jet-setting on a potty.