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It’s January 9th and it’s never too late for a Christmas read! Snowbound with Mr Wrong by Barbara White Daille sounds so good, I’m loading it up on my kindle now 🙂
From the cover of Snowbound with Mr. Wrong:
Worst. Day. Ever. After Lyssa Barnett’s sister tricks her into reprising her role at Snowflake Valley’s annual children’s party, she doesn’t think anything can be worse than squeezing into her too-small elf costume. Then tall, dark, and way too handsome Nick Tavlock shows up to play Santa…and an unexpected storm leaves them snowbound in the isolated lodge.
The last thing Nick wants is to spend a cozy Christmas Eve with a trio of kids and the woman who dumped him. But as much as Lyssa frustrates him, he can’t stop thinking about her. And soon, he’s fighting very un-Santa-like thoughts of kissing a certain sexy Miss Elf under the mistletoe. As Nick starts to fall for Lyssa all over again, he knows it will take nothing short of a miracle to have Lyssa in his arms on Christmas Day.
Someone’s going to pay for this.
Nick Tavlock stared at the woman in the elf costume and swore under his breath. When his so-called friend and associate Michael DeFranco had roped him into playing Santa at his lodge for a second year, he’d agreed to do the man the favor. Michael brought a lot of business his way. But this was pushing friendship and client satisfaction too far.
He’d had Michael’s word there would be a new elf this year.
He swallowed his irritation. Or tried to. “Lyss—”
“Hello, Santa!” she interrupted with a meaningful glance at the kids around them.
“Saved by an elf,” he murmured. “Almost put my boot in my mouth with that one, didn’t I?” He was still trying to pick his jaw up off the floor after the enthusiasm of her greeting. Too bad she hadn’t meant that beautiful smile for him. Too bad she had dumped him months ago, or he’d have had more chances to see that smile of hers. “Thanks for the warm welcome. A big surprise, considering the chill of your last good-bye.”
“Those Arctic blasts at the North Pole will do that to an elf.” She smiled again, but her eyes didn’t meet his. “So…Santa, are you ready to hear some wish lists?”
“Sure am,” he said in his best jolly-old-Saint-Nick voice.
He followed her to the velvet-covered chair set in a cleared space beyond the fireplace. Though the flames danced behind a safety screen several yards away, he’d already started to sweat. And it didn’t have a thing to do with the fire or the extra padding inside this Santa suit. His quick inspection of Lyssa had his temperature soaring, something he should have anticipated. She had always managed to get him overheated—in the best way possible—every time he was around her.
“Santa?” Her brows rose to fur-trimmed cap level.
“Huh?” Great. After all the years he’d spent attending his parents’ cocktail parties, that was the best he could do? But any sophisticated comment he’d ever learned had flown right out of his head.
He couldn’t let Lyssa throw him. Clamping his jaw closed, he resettled his own cap firmly and raised his brows back at her. She gestured with both hands, indicating the mob of children now surrounding him. How had he missed that?
Lyssa provided more distraction than he needed.
No, Lyssa didn’t provide anything for him anymore.
“Are you ready?” she asked.
“Yeah,” he muttered.
She frowned at him over the kids’ heads. Her cheeks had turned pink, and not from the fire, he’d bet. The glow certainly didn’t come from overheating herself, either—not in that skimpy elf suit. That outfit led him naturally to other visions of her he’d had the pleasure of seeing over the past year. But this wasn’t the time or place to relive those memories.
Chapter One and book links:
Find the complete Chapter One of Snowbound with Mr. Wrong and links for many of your favorite booksellers here: http://bit.ly/swmw-pg
About the Author:
Barbara White Daille lives with her husband in the sunny Southwest. Though they love the warm winters and the lizards in their front yard, they haven’t gotten used to the scorpions in the bathroom. Barbara also loves writing, reading, and chocolate. Come to think of it, she enjoys writing about those subjects, too!
Barbara wrote her first short story at the age of nine, then typed “The End” to her first novel many years later…in the eighth grade. Now she’s writing contemporary romance on a daily basis, with a brand-new series from Entangled Bliss (Snowflake Valley), an ongoing series from Harlequin Western Romance (The Hitching Post Hotel), and many more books on the schedule.
She would love to have you stop by her website and to look for her on Facebook and Twitter.
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Mistletoe Kisses and Christmas Wishes by Allyson Abbot is our spotlight today for this Christmas Day!! What a great way to spend an evening after a big family meal by getting cozy next to the fireplace with this read!
Buy it here: http://bookShow.me/B01LZARJQD
Merry Christmas Everyone!!
Two Brand New Sweet Christmas Stories
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Two BRAND NEW CHRISTMAS STORIES
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by #1 International Bestselling Authors.
There’s something so special about a Christmas Kiss.
And when it’s your first?
Never underestimate the power of that kiss!
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Emma Louise Fallon, aka Elf, has two wishes for Christmas. Having spent the last few months bragging about her latest boyfriend, who’s turned out to be a womanizing cheat, one, she needs to escape her well-meaning family, and, two, she needs to avoid all men while she’s in a man-hating mode.
But stranded in a cold isolated cabin,when her girlfriend is forced to bail out on their vacation plans, Elf makesone more desperate wish: Can she please learn how to build a fire before she freezes to death?
The solo rustic life is becoming all too much for her. She’s convinced that a stray cat, who has decided to keep her company, has magical powers, that the local shop owners are secretly Mr. and Mrs. Claus, and nothing can stop her from laughing when the hot local Martian -come cop – come veterinarian – introduces himself as Rudi.
Will Elf need to break her rule about staying away from men, and rely on this hunk for helping her start a fire? Or, worse, yet, will she be able to control the fire that Rudi’s ignited in her?
(TWO HEARTS WOUNDED WARRIOR ROMANCE BOOK 4)
by Multi Award-Winning, #1 International Bestselling Author Tamara Ferguson
Seventeen-year-old Jason Matthews made a wish when he’d shared a kiss with Katherine Conlin under the mistletoe at Dragonfly Pointe, fourteen years ago. Now an Air Force Captain and wounded warrior, he awakens in the hospital in Germany, where his dreams have been invaded by the girl from his past.
Once he returns home to the states, Jason discovers that approaching Kat might be a little more difficult than he’d thought, since she’s been in a long term relationship for nearly two years.
But another year later, when Jason learns Kat is on her way to the Dragonfly Pointe Inn for the Christmas holidays, without her boyfriend, he seizes the chance to be reacquainted.
Kat had been expecting a proposal this Christmas, and when her boyfriend backs out, yet again, on the carefully laid plans that she’s made for them, Kat realizes she probably wouldn’t be happy with him anyway.
Kat has often wondered what happened to Jason Matthews, the boy she’d made a wish with years ago, and the last thing she expects is to run into him again at the Dragonfly Pointe Inn.
Will there still be that special Christmas magic between them, to make those long ago wishes come true?
Allyson R. Abbott: Goodbye, Hello became a #1 international bestselling book in 2015 and a total of five books have received glowing 5 star reviews from The Readers Favorite Editorial Book Reviewers, earning a hefty collection of 5 Star seals. Allyson also has a bestselling nonfiction book called How to Write a Simple Book Review, which has accumulated over 50-5 star reviews.
Tamara Ferguson: Two Hearts’ Christmas Wish is Tamara’s 4th Wounded Warrior Romance. Not only has her Two Hearts Wounded Warrior Romance Series won 6 awards, including a silver medal in Military Fiction from Readers’ Favorite, in 2016 alone, Two Hearts Surrendered was a #1 International Bestseller on 16 lists, while Two Hearts Unspoken was a #1 International Hot New Release as well as a #1 International Bestseller on 16 lists.
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Here we go again 🙂 Every day for the next few weeks I will be promoting a different author and their holiday book. You know how much I love the Christmas season. I am so excited … if you need me I’ll be busy reading 🙂 Enjoy!!
Brand new book alert!
Today we have Alicia Dean and her holiday Romantic Suspense novel The Twelfth Day that has been released today!!
As a teen, party girl, Sabrina Spencer was the lone survivor of a serial killer’s attack on her family. Her testimony put the killer behind bars, and she spent the following decade carving out a new life and trying to forget. But someone hasn’t forgotten. Two weeks before Christmas, she begins receiving bizarre messages with demented references to the Twelve Days of Christmas.
Handyman Josh Cravens is remodeling the lake house she rents each year to escape the painful reminders Christmas brings. While his dimples and blue eyes are hard to resist, he’s the exact kind of player she’s been avoiding since she outgrew her wild days. But the isolated cabin and threatening messages boost her paranoia to fever pitch.
As Christmas draws closer, she’s torn between finding comfort in Josh’s arms, and fear that he might be behind the twisted countdown to the twelfth day.
Here’s a little excerpt to tempt you:
Sabrina ended the call with Halley and was about to shut down the laptop when the song started. Holding her breath, she warily eyed the screen. A note appeared.
On the sixth day of Christmas…
You cheated death a decade ago, but time is running out.
She let out a scream and jumped from the chair.
Footsteps pounded. She glanced back to see Josh and Dustin standing behind her.
Josh frowned at the screen. “What’s that all about?”
She slammed the laptop shut. “Nothing.”
“You’re trembling. It’s not nothing. Tell me.”
She wrapped her arms around her body. “I-I really don’t know what it is. I’ve been getting these crazy messages.”
Josh’s frown deepened. “That’s not the first one?”
She shook her head.
“Have you called the police?”
“And tell them what? That somebody, I have no idea who, is sending me creepy messages?”
“After what happened to you, don’t you think this might be a little more than that?”
Her cheeks were numb, and she had trouble forming words. “The killer is behind bars.”
Dustin’s eyes rounded. “The killer? Is there a killer?”
Sabrina forced a reassuring smile. “No, there’s no killer. Everything is fine.”
His confused expression turned petulant. “Don’t lie to me. Are you in trouble, Sabrina?”
“I’m not lying. There’s something a little…freaky going on, but I’m sure it’s nothing to worry about.”
Josh pulled out a chair and sat at the table. “Maybe you should tell us everything.”
Sabrina sat as well and explained what had been going on since the day she arrived at the cabin.
By the time she finished, Josh’s scowl had become ferocious. “I don’t like this. Not at all.”
“I’m a high school teacher. I’m sure it’s just one of the kids playing a prank.”
“It’s not a very damn funny prank.”
She grinned without humor. “I never said it was funny.”
“Maybe you should leave here, go back home.”
“What good would that do? If they’re going to screw with me, they can do it as well at home as they can here.” And at home, she would be endangering Lindsey. Plus, reminders of Christmas would be all over the place. No thank you. She’d rather deal with a demented prankster.
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I am a suspense and paranormal author in Edmond, Oklahoma, and I have dreamed of being a writer since I was a child. I attempted my first romance at age 10 (featuring a hero who looked just like Elvis Presley), and I still have the tattered, pencil-written copy.
I lead a very busy life, but I manage to find time to read my favorite authors—Michael Connelly, Dennis Lehane, and Lee Child to name a few—and watching (and rewatching) my favorite shows like The Walking Dead, Dexter, Justified, Friends, and too many other sitcoms to name. But, my greatest passion—other than my family—is writing, and I am exceedingly blessed that I get to do what I loves most.
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