Supporting Injured Veterans: An Enchanting Collection of Romance Tales

Prepare to be captivated by an exciting new short story collection, “Heroes, Holidays, and Hope,” crafted by a group of leading romance writers. This anthology presents a delightful array of passionate tales from some of the most celebrated voices in the world of romance fiction. What makes this project even more special is that these authors are not only talented veterans but also have close ties to veterans’ families.

Embracing the holiday spirit, this volume features heartwarming stories set during the cold weather months, adding a touch of warmth to the festive season. However, these stories offer much more than just romance; they convey themes of ‘Sacrifice,’ ‘Valor,’ and ‘Patriotism,’ beautifully woven into diverse romantic traditions and steam levels to appeal to a wide range of readers.

Notably, the Heroes, Holidays, and Hope collection is not just about entertaining readers with delightful stories. It also serves a higher purpose. Proceeds from this anthology will go towards supporting the Fisher House Foundation, an organization that provides comfort homes where military and veteran families can stay free of charge while their loved ones receive medical care in the hospital.

This remarkable project marks the first installment of an annual series from the Heroes, Holidays, and Hope Project. Each year, the project will select a deserving organization to contribute its sales revenue and direct donations. It’s a beautiful way for these talented authors to give back to the community they hold dear.

The masterminds behind this initiative are Laura M. Baird and Dania Voss, co-founders of the Heroes, Holidays, and Hope Project. Their dedication to honoring veterans and their families shines through in every story they’ve curated. Alongside them, authors Hannah Morse, Laurie Ryan, Lynn Spangler, and Sadira Stone have contributed their exceptional talent to this anthology.

“We believe in recognizing the sacrifices made by veterans and their families, and showcasing the passionate side of their lives,” says Dania Voss. “These stories embody the theme – ‘they fought courageously on the battlefield, now they’re fighting for love.’ Readers can show their love by joining our campaign!”

The Heroes, Holidays, and Hope Project aims to raise a minimum of $3000 during its year-long campaign to support the Fisher House Foundation fully. To support this noble cause and immerse yourself in these touching tales, you can pre-order the limited edition for only $1.99 through the Heroes, Holidays, and Hope project website. Additionally, the collection will be available on popular book sites such as Amazon,, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and more.

Let’s celebrate the power of romance and extend our heartfelt support to those who have bravely served our nation. The Heroes, Holidays, and Hope collection promises to deliver unforgettable stories while making a difference in the lives of our veterans and their families.

About the Heroes, Holidays, and Hope Project

The Heroes, Holidays, and Hope Project is a remarkable collaboration of bestselling and award-winning romance authors who share a special bond as veterans and veterans’ family members. Their mission is to publish a yearly military, holiday romance collection while also contributing to military/veteran-related charities. To learn more about this project and its initiatives, please visit or connect with them on Facebook at Heroes, Holidays, and Hope Project Supporters. Together, we can make a positive impact on the lives of those who have sacrificed so much for our freedom.

For media inquiries, please contact:

Dania Voss Heroes, Holidays, and Hope Project

Email: [email protected]


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Tina Pavlik

Owner of TRS since 2003

An aficionado of romance novels for many years, Tina has owned The Romance Studio since 2003 and for 20 years, has enjoyed highlighting the best books in the genre. She enjoys all aspects of marketing including writing content, book trailer design, and finding captivating new books for voracious readers. She has also written over 20 romance titles under various pen names. In another life, she writes horror and works as an extras casting assistant for TV shows and films in the North Carolina and South Carolina regions.