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  • Snowed in for Christmas #release

    Three all-new holiday novellas about couples finding love while trapped together in the snow.

    Stranded in the Snow (Holiday Acres, Book 2) by Noelle Adams

    Olivia Holiday doesn't expect to spend the weekend stranded in a romantic cottage during a snowstorm with the one man she dislikes the most. Scott is a player and holds a grudge against her family, and she's determined not to give in to the deep feelings for him she's been hiding.


    A Christmas Rescue (Silver Bell Falls, Book 4) by Samantha Chase

    Saving a litter of puppies right before Christmas was incredibly rewarding for Bailey Walsh. But getting snowed in with her sexy-yet-grinchy veterinarian boss turns out to be rewarding in a whole other way.

    Love on the Edge of Reason (Pine Harbour, Book 8) by Zoe York

    Tom Minelli doesn't know why Chloe Davis has fled Pine Harbour, but she's pregnant with his baby and he wants her back. But a winter storm rolls in just as he finds her, trapping them together in a cabin on the lake.

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    Excerpt from Stranded in the Snow

    “That was a kiss,” Scott said, his expression clearing like he’d managed to pull himself together.

    She hadn’t managed that yet. Her head and her heart might explode at any moment. “A kiss?”

    “Yes, a kiss.” He lifted his eyebrows just slightly with a glint of dry humor. “Didn’t you recognize it?”

    She stared at him breathlessly for a few seconds that stretched out far longer than they should.

    He was back to normal. His typical irony—half teasing and half challenging. He’d been into the kiss for sure, but it must have just been physical if he was able to fall back into himself so quickly.

    It had taken him less than a minute, and she was still barely able to get a word out.

    Great.

    Just perfect.

    She’d gotten all excited about nothing.

    There was no way in hell she was going to let him see it—not the foolish excitement or the crash of disappointment. She arched her eyebrows the way he was and did her best attempt at a cool look. “Uh, yeah, I’m capable of recognizing a kiss. I was wondering why it even happened.”

    “You were lying all over me and looked like you wanted to be kissed.”

    She gasped. “You’re blaming this on me? You’re the one who kissed me. I don’t know what you’re used to, but I don’t go around kissing guys I don’t like.”

    “Well, you kissed me, so what does that say?” He was still flushed, and he looked unusually tense, but his eyes were laughing at her.

    Laughing at her.

    He thought he’d won this encounter, and she secretly suspected he was right.

    But she couldn’t let him win.

    She wouldn’t.

    “That says you kissed me.”

    “It was just a kiss.”

    “I know it was just a kiss.”

    “Then why are you making such a big deal about it?”

    “I’m making a big deal because you kissed me just now, and you’re acting like it was just one of those things. I’ll have you know, Scott Matheson, that I don’t have any desire to be kissed by you.”

    Something flickered in his eyes, but it was gone before she could catch it. “You seemed to enjoy it just now.”

    “I was taken by surprise. I forgot it was you I was kissing.”

    That happened to be mostly true. She had forgotten it was obnoxious, womanizing Scott she was kissing. She’d been kissing a man who was funny and sweet and sexy as hell and softer than he ever let on.

    She’d evidently been wrong.

    “Well, it was me. So we can do it again if you want, or we can agree it was one of those things and let it go.”

    “I’m not going to kiss you again.”

    “All right then. So it was one of those things.”

    “Fine.”

    “Okay.”

    “Good.”

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