Christmas Wish List
Return to Hartbridge in the latest installment of my Christmas series!
Currently a #1 Best-Seller, Merry Christmas Cupid is out now!
To celebrate the latest release, Tic Tac Mistletoe and Christmas Wish List are just 99c!!
There has been a hold-up with the paperback of Merry Christmas Cupid (thanks to Ingram *grumbles* ) but hopefully shouldn’t be far away. And the audio, narrated by Glen Lloyd, should be out soon!
The sequel to Code Red is ALMOST HERE!
I’m so in love with this cover, and I may be a little bit biased because I made it LOL. It took a long time to get it right but I’m so pleased with how it turned out.
Code Blue is 115,000 words long, and it was so much fun to spend time with the Atrous boys again. Code Blue is the second book in the Atrous Series. The books should be read in order so if you haven’t read Code Red, I’d suggest starting there. It’s told from Steve’s point of view, the way Code Red was told from Roscoe’s.
I’m excited for everyone to read it and I sincerely hope you love Steve and Jeremy’s story. You can pre-order it now!
Release day is FEBRUARY 24TH
Steve Frost had dreams of wearing the national championship belt in mixed martial arts, maybe even going pro, but instead, finds himself working as a security guard for the rich and famous in LA.
Quickly earning a reputation for his blunt and precise people management skills, he lands a position on the security team for an up-and-coming boyband, Atrous. Years later, he’s head of security. He knows these boys, and with countless tours, flights, car trips, public events, concerts, he’s closer to one band member in particular.
Jeremy’s been a pillar for Atrous since day one, but even more so these last few months. Now the face of the band more than ever, he’s also got himself the attention of a delusional stalker-fan.
When the fame and stress become too much, when Jeremy’s health takes a hit, Steve becomes Jeremy’s lifeline. But as Jeremy knows already, and as Steve is about to learn, not even the brightest star can shine forever.
Nick Russo has done a stellar job on this audio! You can find it at the following stores:
It’s available everywhere so please check your favourite store!
The Christmas Wish List audiobook is fabulous, and I just adore Glen’s work with my characters. Still waiting for Audible to catch up, but you can find it at the following stores:
I really appreciate your patience with Audible.
GERMAN TRANSLATION ALERT!
Für meine deutschen Leser!
Tom muss erkennen, dass er zwar Cooper etwas über Architektur beibringen kann, Cooper ihn aber dafür auch zurück ins Leben holt – und zur Liebe.
Pour mes lecteurs français…
Traductions révisées !
La traduction a été révisée et rééditée. Je vous remercie de la patience dont vous faites preuve à mon égard, en veillant à la qualité de mes traductions.
et une vérité impossible
I’ve just finished my current WIP. It’s a nice, short 40K word story, a lot of fun, sweet and hot. It’s been great for my brain to do something shorter. It should be out in April, and I can NOT wait for you guys to meet Fergus and Davo. I adore them!
That’s all for now!! Please take care and be safe.
BEFORE WE GO BACK TO HARTBRIDGE…
Have you met Ren and Hamish yet? If not, now is the best time because you can grab Tic-Tac-Mistletoe for just 99c! Christmas Wish List could technically be read as a stand-alone but we do catch up with Ren and Hamish again so it might be nice to get acquainted!
It’s also whispersynced so if you buy the ebook, you can also add the audiobook for just a few extra dollars.
Hamish Kenneally is moving from Australia to the US for a fresh start, beginning with Christmas at his sister’s place in Idaho. When a snowstorm diverts his plane to Montana and leaves him stranded two days before Christmas, he hires a car and drives right into a blizzard.
Ren Brooks has always called Hartbridge, Montana, and his family hardware store, home. After a few failed attempts at love, he’s resigned to being single forever—after all, no guy wants to stay in his sleepy little town for long. And after his dad’s passing earlier in the year, Ren’s Christmas is looking bleak. But when a car runs off the road in front of his property, Ren pulls the driver out and takes him home to get out of the cold.
With the storm and the holidays leaving Hamish with nowhere else to go, Ren kindly offers a place to stay. Hamish is certain he’s crashed right into a Hallmark Christmas movie, despite more car delays and road closures and the prospect of not seeing his sister for Christmas. And with help from Hamish, Ren is beginning to feel a little Christmas cheer.
These two unlikely strangers have more in common than they first realise, and after two days of Christmas decorations, cookies, and non-stop conversation, it looks like Christmas might be saved after all.
I have TWO Christmas books out this month! Two!! I don’t know what came over me… LOL
I have a lot on this month…
I’m trying desperately to finish my WIP, I have a two-day trip away, two book releases, my father in-law is having a triple bypass, and I have a consult with a surgeon to see about fixing my shoulder. So forgive me if I’m largely absent from social media…
Stay safe everyone