It’s still summer, but get ready for some fun Christmas reading. Releasing today are two books with stories by CAN author Lena Nelson Dooley:


Christmas Love at Lake Tahoe
Lena Nelson Dooley, Jeanie Smith Cash, Jean Kincaid, Jeri Odell
ISBN-10: 1602605637
ISBN-13: 978-1602605633
Love hits the slopes at Christmastime. Four young women, fresh out of college, pursue their careers at a new ski lodge at Lake Tahoe’s Incline Village. Bethany has a hard time focusing on her RN career when she meets a handsome paramedic. A man who takes chances on the slopes almost makes Scarlett lose her focus on planning things to the last detail. A rival seems to be undermining Stephanie’s efforts to develop a time share program at Snowbird Lodge. A widower and his daughter find a place in the heart of Michaela, even though she’s chosen a male-free existence.

Wild West Christmas

Wild West Christmas 
Kahtleen Y’Barbo, Lena Nelson Dooley, Vickie McDonough, Darlene Franklin
ISBN-10: 1602605661
ISBN-13: 978-1602605664
Four sisters are raised on a Texas ranch by their widowed father. Christmas courtships corral these women when a citified tenderfoot, a budding evangelist from a Wild West show, a part-Mexican horse wrangler, and a Texas Ranger ride into their lives.

Author Bio: Lena Nelson Dooley is a multi-published, award-winning author who loves to mentor the people God brings to her. She has led a critique group for over twenty years and has been involved in church drama and community theater, as well as working on a TV movie and other radio and TV work. This background gives her a wide range of activities to draw from when she writes novels. She often speaks to women’s groups, writing groups, and at conferences. She teaches a class for the Apples of Gold mentoring ministry. 

One thought on “CAN Book Feature: Christmas Love At Lake Tahoe and Wild West Christmas by Lena Nelson Dooley

Keli Gwyn

September 1, 2009 - 15 : 17 : 53

Christmas Love at Lake Tahoe is on my Gotta Get It list for two reasons. I live an hour from South Lake Tahoe and love the breathtaking beauty of that slice of heaven on earth. The second is that it’s from Lena Nelson Dooley. I haven’t read any of her books and wanted to. This one’s calling my name.


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