I have a lot of holiday romances and some of them are on sale this month, so here’s a little festive shopping list for you. 🙂
Just Home for the Holidays (Flatiron Five Fitness #7) is discounted to 99¢ this week. (Act fast!) Hunter and Chloe’s romance is a fake date, freinds to lovers, workplace romance that I just love to bits. What can Chloe do with a guy who hates Christmas, except try to change his mind? All this and Christmas in Manhattan, which is pure magic. (My first trip to NYC was during the week between Christmas and New Year’s and I’ve loved that city ever since.) Come fall for Hunter and New York in this romance.
All or Nothing is #4 in the Coxwells series but those books are closer to being standalones. It’s also a fake date that leads to forever, and a romantic comedy with all the feels. It starts just before Thanksgiving, when Jen invites Zach to her family dinner, mostly because she’s sure she could never fall for a guy like him. (We know where that goes, don’t we?) The best part of this IMO is that Jen compels Zach to reconsider his choices and make some different ones. I love that kind of romance.
Just One Christmas Night (Flatiron Five Tattoo #4) features a fresh start for Chynna when she attends a Christmas wedding in Maine. She’s had a great love in her life already and isn’t expecting another – but then she meets Trevor. She thinks it’s just a one-nighter but Trevor knows that Chynna is the woman he’s been waiting for. This is a later-in-life romance, an emotional and festive story of healing, and the romance both of these characters deserve.
Just One Second Chance is Flatiron Five Fitness #6 and Theo’s second-chance-at-love romance. Lyssa returns to NYC and reappears in Theo’s life when he’s doing promotional pop-ups for Flatiron Five Fitness at locations around the city. She’s got secrets to share and confessions to make, and just like she did once before, she shakes his world completely. I love how these two work through the wounds of the past to build a new future together.
A Berry Merry Christmas is the first holiday story I ever wrote (!!). It’s a romantic comedy featuring an elf on assignment from Mr. C. to make one girl’s Christmas wish come true – and the by-the-book businessman who is that little girl’s uncle and doesn’t believe in magic at all. It’s a sweet, fun story that some readers have said should be a Hallmark movie. I’ve made it 99cents for the month of December but at KOBO, it will be discounted from December 8 to 24 as part of a Festive Reads promotion.
If you shop at KOBO, they’re having a BOGO sale this month on holiday romances and some of the other titles are included in that.