Release Day!

 

Background With SnowflakesRelease Day is here! Come join the party!

Ring in the holiday season with 17 all-new, stand-alone stories from New York Times, USA Today, national bestselling, and award-winning authors. Sweet Christmas Kisses 3 takes you around the globe from small-town USA, to London, England, and even to Africa with a foreword written by USA TodayBestselling Author Donna Fasano. Don’t miss out on this sweet romance boxed set that’s sure to touch your heart, make you smile, and put you in the mood for Christmas.

Mona RiskOn Christmas Eve by Mona Risk

She yanked him out of her heart years ago. But fate throws him in her path again and his tender gaze erases her loneliness. Can they forgive each other and create a new future?


Christmas Holly by Christine BushChristine Bush

Can a lonely single father of five-year-old triplets find love on a South Carolina beach? It might just take a Christmas miracle!


Mistletoe and Sage by Lyn CoteLyn Cote

New deputy in town, a single mom, two wounded hearts with a puzzle to solve together—will love spark under the mistletoe?



A Merry Little Christmas by Denise DevineDenise Devine

Merry Connor and Anthony Lewis search for treasure and find true love.

 



The Christmas Gift by Raine EnglishRaine English

When Riley Wayne receives a dog for Christmas, it’s not just the pup that makes her heart flutter, the rescue group’s handsome owner does too.


Untangling Christmas by Shanna HatfieldUntangling Christmas

Tricked into helping with Silverton’s Festival of Trees, electrician Mike Clarke battles faulty outlets, tangled lights, and a woman determined to share the spirit of the season.


A Christmas on Miracle Mountain by Ciara KnightCiara Knight

When it takes a miracle to heal a heart.



The Kampala Peppermint Twist by Milou KoeningsMilou Koenings

A twist of fate. An overbooked flight. Christmas in Africa will flip her life upside down.


The Road Not Taken by Magdalena ScottMagdalena Scott

Francie Standish Carrington has some tough decisions to make and a lot of questions about a past she thought she understood.


A London Christmas by Roxanne RustandRoxanne Rustand

When Catriona heads to London for Christmas to meet a guy she met online, he steals her purse and disappears, but will a handsome photographer in the pub end up being the man of her dreams?


Her Christmas Secret by Alicia StreetAlicia Street

Desperate to help her sister’s family, Lila courts a cold-hearted investor for her handmade toys, but learns Christmas has a way of bringing surprises where they’re least expected.


Kristin WallaceFalling For You at Christmas by Kristin Wallace

One expectant mother. One gorgeous innkeeper. Three days that will change her life forever.
 


Second Chance Christmas by Merrillee WhrenMerrillee Whren

A young boy helps his estranged parents find love again at Christmas.



Christmas Eve Wedding by Cindy Flores Martinezcindy-flores-martinez

A maid of honor is swept up in the chaos of planning her best friend’s spur-of-the-moment Christmas Eve wedding.


Secret Wish by Victoria PinderVictoria Pinder

Luke Morgan doesn’t believe in miracles, but this season Christmas brought him Caro Soliz, the family maid.


Candleglow and Mistletoe by Josie RivieraJosie Riviera

A rising pianist and a pro stuntman winding down his career find love amid the glow of Christmas candles.


Couple by Christmas by Pat Simmonscbc-1-adj

Divorcee Derek Washington wants to reconcile with his ex-wife by Christmas. Although he’s got a plan, with the help of his six-year-old son, Derek only has two weeks.


Join the authors for the Release Party, Tuesday, Sept. 27 on Facebook!

 

You can purchase the book at your favorite online retailer:

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Would you let your son be a dancer?

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Many prominent male dancers tell stories about taking their sisters to ballet class and deciding to give it a try—and finding that they love it.

For one thing, ballet, modern dance, hip-hop and many of the performance-oriented forms require athleticism that is every bit as challenging as most sports. An advanced-level dancer can easily measure up, if not surpass other athletes in terms of strength, endurance, and of course flexibility.

While times keep changing and gender roles are expanding, there are still parents, mostly fathers, who do not like the idea of their sons studying dance. Maybe it’s the music? Or the ability to look graceful while doing something hard? Or the fact that they wear tights in ballet? Having spent a good part of my youth in dance studios and my early adult life as a professional dancer, this baffles me.

As a dance teacher I often encountered parents who weren’t too happy to have sons who danced. I remember one teen who was particularly gifted. I helped him develop his skill and later apply for and receive a scholarship to the prestigious North Carolina School of the Arts. His father called me up and lit into me, saying, “What have you done to my son?”

Little boy break dancerSo how could I not use this subject in one of my romance novels?

In Kiss Me, Dancer the divorced father of a talented boy runs head-on into a determined dance teacher and sparks fly in more ways than one.

Kiss Me, Dancer is on sale for the rest of September. The whole Dance ‘n’ Luv series is now available to read free on Kindle Unlimited.

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