December seems to be flying by so quickly. Everyone is caught up in the hustle and bustle of the season. But I hope you’ll have time to take a deep breath and curl up with a good book. Good news! The Cop Who Stole Christmas is only 99 cents for a limited time. Reviewer called it “funny and sexy” and “a fun Christmas story.” So, take a minute to pamper yourself and sit down with Savanna and Mark. Here are just a few things you’ll learn from The Cop Who Stole Christmas:
- Not all Santas are saints.
- The price of a gift doesn’t mean a hill of beans. It’s the thought that went into the gift that can melt your heart.
- Be cautious of how you use words that have two different meanings. Gas and uh . . .
- The “morning after” can still feel awkward even when the night before was more than you’d dreamed.
- Being orphaned sucks, even when you’re in your late twenties.
- Being orphaned on the same day you find your husband in bed with his work associate makes for a really bad year.
Savanna Edwards is feeling downright Scrooge-like. Who can blame her? A truly unjolly Santa—suit, beard and all—just repossessed her car because of her ex’s shady business dealings. She’d like to murder the no-good lying cheat, but somebody already did that for her—and left him right in the middle of her kitchen, wrapped up with a bow.
Detective Mark Donaldson has a rule against getting involved with his neighbors. He can look—and he’s studied every sweet curve of Savanna from across the street—but he can’t touch. So when she lands on his doorstep in need of help, he finds himself torn between being naughty or nice, and fights every urge to unwrap her like a shiny new Christmas present.
Trouble is, even Mark can’t resist a little holiday magic . . . and there’s definitely something magical happening between him and the girl next door.
“Readers will be instantly drawn into this suspenseful story that is balanced by a fun, sexy romance. Marc and Savanna are perfectly matched. . . .” —Romantic Times
Bonus Content: At the end of this book, get a sneak peek of my newest book in my Divorced and Desperate series, Divorced, Desperate and Daring, available now!
The winner of my Trivia Contest is Annie Krahl. The winner of this week’s Review Contest is Brandi Poage. Congratulations! Brandi, I already have your address, but Annie, please email your mailing address to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.