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Jamie Carie

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Born and raised in Vincennes, Indiana, Jamie is a preachers daughter. Road trips with her dadto and from Bible studies across Indianawere filled with talks of things beyond earths bounds creation and the fall, God and Jesus and the rapture, the earthly walk compared to the spiritual walk, and how we are born for more than what we can see or touch. The highlight of those nights was stopping at a truck stop in the middle of the night where her dad spent a little of the offering basket on two slices of pie and a couple of Cokes. <br /><br />And nothing could stop the writing pouring out of her.<br /><br />Piles of poems, short stories, skits and song lyrics later, Jamie grew up and married. When her eldest son turned five she decided to try her hand at novels. Eight ...more

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<p> <img src="https://i.gr-assets.com/images/S/compressed.photo.goodreads.com/hostedimages/1565043182i/27944010.jpg" alt="" class="gr-hostedUserImg"></p><br><p></p><br><p>Hi Fans!</p><br><p>I want to give you all an update</p><br><p>About three years ago I gradually stopped writing as an every day/career kind of way of life. I just didnt have it in me any more. The things I wanted to write wouldnt quite come.so Im waiting for them to pour out of me.</p><br><p>In the meantime, I have been creating a sign business with my family. <a target="_blank" href="http://etsy.com/shop/ArtisDesignsShop" reetsy.com/shop/ArtisDesignsShop</a> Its been hard, and challenging and...</p> Read more of this blog post »
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Description: A love story beyond imagination ... Isabelle Renoir is a free spirit who dances alone in the moonlight before God, more at home in the woods with her long rifle and knife than stuck cooking behind a stove in her 1778 wilderness town. But as the shadow of the American Revolution stretches to the frontier, Isabelle is thrust into an adventure that might overwhelm even her courage and strength. Soon after meeting mysterious and handsome Samuel Holt, they're captured by Indians and forced to battle together in a fight against their captors as well as spiritual forces no physical weapon can conquer.
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“I'll tell you what I think of Alaska. It's neither heaven nor hell, but it'll make a man of you. It will test you and try you and tell you what you're made of," he shrugged. "And then when you think it has taken all you have, it will give something back that more than makes up for it.”
Jamie Carie, Snow Angel

“Her gaze fell on his lips, and she remembered the ointment in her basket. She bit her lower lip. Dare she?
A small smile formed on the man's mouth, and Serena reared back. Could he read her mind? Of course not, she chided herself. He was probably just feeling better- he'd certainly needed the water he had been able to ingest. Slowly, so as not to disturb his sleep, she leaned toward the basket on the floor and rummaged through it until her fingers wrapped around a little clay pot. It was in her lap and opened before she realized she had made her decision. She looked down at the ointment. Normally, she would have given it to the patient and allowed him to apply it himself, but this man clearly could not manage that. She dipped her finger into the pot before she could convince herself otherwise, the soothing smells of lemon and beeswax filling the space around them. Her hand stretched out toward his face, her heart pounding. What if he woke? How would she explain what she was doing? She dabbed a bit on his lower lip and sat back to see what response he would have. Nothing. He slept on. She nodded. She was a nurse; she could do this. Leaning in again, she quickly spread the ointment across his bottom lip. He moved his head away, as if avoiding a fly, but didn't wake. Determined to finish the job, she reached for the upper lip, which wasn't quite as chapped. It was softer and curved, dark rose in color with an indention in the middle that must be sinful, it was so well shaped. Her heart pounded in her chest and her breath quickened as she spread the ointment across the top of his upper lip. She halted, realizing how close she had leaned in, how deep her breathing had become...
When had she closed her eyes? Heaven help her, she wanted to kiss him.
"You can, you know."
At first she didn't know if the deep voice had come from the man or some other being in the room, so deep and quiet and inside her head it was. Her eyelids shot open as she straightened. "Can what?"
"Kiss me." He smiled, but didn't open his eyes.
Serena gasped, "Thee has been awake this entire time?"
One of his shoulders lifted. "I didn't think it would help my cause-" he paused pressing his lips together, as though struggling to stay conscious- "for you to realize that.”
Jamie Carie, The Duchess and the Dragon

“Serena gazed at his features. He hadn't shaved since they'd been on the trail, and dark whiskers covered the lower half of his face. His dark hair was blue-black, shiny as a raven's wing. Long black eyelashes lay against lean cheekbones. She wanted to see his eyes and on an impulse kissed one eyelid. His lips, almost too red for a man, curved into a smile, but he didn't open his eyes. Serena tried again, this time touching the outer eyelid with the tip of her tongue. His response thrilled her.
With sudden strength he pulled her down on the bed. "What are you up to, madam minx?" She always forgot just how strong he was until he handled her. Arms like manacles wrapped around her, caging her against him.
"I want to play." She squirmed out of his grasp. His eyes finally opened and Serena caught her breath. There was such a look of happy love coming from them. She sat up and, movements slow, sought to mesmerize him. She uncoiled her hair from its knot, letting the strands wrap around her shoulders the way he liked. He watched in worshipful silence, then reached for her, the dance begun.”
Jamie Carie, The Duchess and the Dragon

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Giver of Wonders by Roseanna M. White Giver of Wonders How a Christmas Tradition Began (A Visibullis Story) by Roseanna M. White
 
  6 votes 26.1%

The Christmas Angel Project by Melody Carlson The Christmas Angel Project by Melody Carlson
 
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The Snowflake by Jamie Carie The Snowflake by Jamie Carie
 
  2 votes 8.7%

The Christmas Note by Donna VanLiere The Christmas Note (Christmas Hope #6) by Donna VanLiere
 
  2 votes 8.7%

The Judge Who Stole Christmas by Randy Singer The Judge Who Stole Christmas by Randy Singer
 
  2 votes 8.7%

Love Finds You Under the Mistletoe by Irene Brand Love Finds You Under the Mistletoe by Irene Brand
 
  2 votes 8.7%

Mountain Christmas Brides by Susan Page Davis Mountain Christmas Brides Nine Historical Novellas Celebrate Faith and Love in the Rocky Mountains by Susan Page Davis
 
  2 votes 8.7%

The Christmas Town by Donna VanLiere The Christmas Town (Christmas Hope #8) by Donna VanLiere
 
  1 vote 4.3%

Love Came Down at Christmas by Karen Anna Vogel Love Came Down At Christmas A Fancy Amish Smicksburg Tale by Karen Anna Vogel
 
  1 vote 4.3%

The Christmas Admirer by Laura V. Hilton The Christmas Admirer by Laura V. Hilton
 
  0 votes 0.0%

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Jamie Carie Lucinda wrote: "Dear Jamie,
I cannot thank you enough for having the privalige to have read your books, that were apsolutely amazing hence i conveyed my thoughts in my reviews. I look forward to reading more of yo..."


Thank you so much for the kind words, Lucinda!! You have made my day!!! God bless!


Lucinda Dear Jamie,
I cannot thank you enough for having the privalige to have read your books, that were apsolutely amazing hence i conveyed my thoughts in my reviews. I look forward to reading more of your work in the future, and other volumes in the forgotten castles series. I feel very honored, thank you x
Lucinda


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