Happy February 1st guys!
I’ve decided to celebrate all the hearts and flowers (and angst and tears) of love this February by reading nothing but Romance all month long.
Love is in the air guys – embrace it!
Hey Guys! I’ve missed you ❤ – Happy New Year!
Paul Jansen is a romantic. He loves cozy Christmas romances and wants more than anything in the world to be loved by someone who will hold him close and never let him go – and when you meet his homophobic, controlling, judgmental family it’s easy to see why he needs someone like that in his life. Having watched the past two years as both of his best friends got their “Mr. Right” for Christmas, he hardly dares to hope that this year might be his turn.
I love holiday books, and I especially love unusual holiday books. The Entity Who Came For Christmas has witches celebrating the Winter Solstice and gallivanting through snowy Chicago with vampire Demon Hunters over the Christmas holiday – can’t get much more unusual than that.
The Three Sisters is a wonderfully whimsical and wholly imaginative Christmas tale that starts with the real-life controversy over the authorship of ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas (Clement Clarke Moore versus Henry Livingston) and then spirals into a Christmas Eve adventure that leads the grandchildren of the two authors in question on a not-so-merry, and sometimes scary, chase.