‘Tis the Season – A Christmas Wish & Other Holiday News

I can’t believe that it’s only 5 days away.  How did that happen?  Not that I’m not excited – I’m always excited for Christmas!  But it really snuck up on me this year.  For the past few months I’ve been completely immersed in writing Missing Pieces and time has flown by.  I actually just wrote a scene that involved Penny and James and I can’t deny that I miss writing about them.  I know a lot of you have been asking if their story is really over.  To that I say…we’ll see what 2017 brings 😉

Last year at this time, the spirit of Christmas completely took over my mind.  And I had to drop everything and write a novella centered around the magic of Christmas.  I just couldn’t resist!  It’s cliché, sappy, sexy, and perfect for the holidays.  If the lights, music, and general cheer in the atmosphere haven’t gotten you in the holiday spirit yet…I think this might just be the story to warm you up!

And to celebrate A Christmas Wish’s first birthday, I’ve just released it on all the following platforms for just 99 cents:

So grab your copy, a cup of hot cocoa, and get reading ❤

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Blurb: Julia can’t help but be a little bit of a Grinch this Christmas. After a painful break up, her little sister showing up with a surprise fiancé wasn’t exactly Julia’s Christmas wish. Especially when her mother won’t stop reminding her that she is currently single.

When Julia’s mother notices that she’s missing an ingredient for cookies, Julia leaps at the opportunity to get away from everyone. While avoiding her family at the grocery store, she runs into her high school crush. Tucker Mills. The most popular guy in her class. The one that she never had the courage to talk to. And now he’s finally noticed her. Or maybe he’s noticed her the whole time…

Can a snow storm, late night confessions, and a little bit of Christmas magic finally bring Julia and Tucker together?

Find out in this Christmassy tale of second chances.

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