I’m thrilled to be here with you celebrating the release of my novel, Forever Yours in Christmas Falls, which is part of the Return to Christmas Falls holiday romance series. This week will be filled with GUEST AUTHORS, GIVEAWAYS, and a GREAT time, so keep checking back EVERY DAY.
First, I’d like to share an excerpt of Forever Yours in Christmas Falls with you:
“Whoa, whoa, whoa,” Dallas said, his tone suddenly condescending as he held his palms up and shook his head. “You must be in the wrong building, Morgan. I’m the one who rented this place. I’m opening up a furniture store.”
Chills vibrated through me. What the . . .?
Visions of opening my own beauty salon evaporated before my very eyes.
“Um, I don’t think so.” My hands thrust to my hips. “No way, you must be in the wrong place. I rented this beauty salon from Coraline of Coraline’s Classic Beauty Salon and look around you, Dallas.” I gestured wildly. “This is clearly a beauty salon, not a furniture store.”
“I don’t see that much beauty in it, to be honest.” He looked around at the garish décor. “Those chairs are the same color as the antacid I usually drink after a plate of ‘cue and slaw. Coraline clearly wanted me to make my mark on this place.”
I sucked in a hard breath. He wasn’t wrong with his antacid description, but those orange chairs were mine to use not his. “Let me worry about the color of my chairs.”
“They aren’t your chairs, Morgan. I rented this business space, not you.”
I choked and grabbed the purse I’d dropped on a small counter next to one of the antacid-colored chairs. I dug around in it. “You must’ve had too much beer with your ‘cue and slaw, Dallas. You didn’t rent this place. See, I have the lease right here.”
“Let me read that.” He took the papers I thrust at him, his fingers brushing against mine and sending tingles up my arm. His gaze met mine as a shiver rolled through me that I hoped with every fiber of my being he didn’t notice. The corner of his mouth hitched up. “Missed me, huh?”
“You wish,” I said, kicking myself for not having a better retort. Whatever. Anyone with eyes could tell the man was attractive. Not my body’s fault for reacting that way. Not like I was going to throw my arms around him and kiss him.
Although the thought wasn’t exactly unpleasant. . . .
“Maybe I do wish.” His gaze simmered as I glared at him, but this only seemed to make him more amused.
To celebrate the release of my novel and this multi-author holiday romance series, I’ll be giving away 2 autographed *paperbacks of Every Little Kiss (*US only, e-book for international) and 5 e-book copies of Every Little Kiss.
To enter this giveaway, please comment below with your favorite holiday movie and also a question you’d be curious to ask the authors of this series. The winner of this giveaway will be announced in the comments below. Thank you for being here and good luck.
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