Need a new bedtime story to light your fire? Looking for something with a little heat to warm you during the cold holiday season? Feel like decking the halls naughty style? Well then, come join us as we stand under the mistletoe for this wickedly sexy giveaway hop! The more the merrier! Have no worries, we'll help you trim your trees, deck yours halls, and spark that fire!
With this being said, I'm happy to be part of this hop. I absolutely love the holidays, and I even have my tree up, much to my DH commiseration. Holidays have always been special to me, even as a small child when my dad had to scrape together a family meal with homemade gifts to celebrate. All that mattered to me was I got to seem my grandparents and cousins. Which is probably why it's no surprise that a few holiday themed stories snuck into my head over the past couple of years. And of course each time, the main focus of the book was family. Not gifts, not all the commercial trappings but the idea of being together and staying together with family
My first book, The Fall of a Legacy: A Christmas Miracle, was a sweet paranormal menage which featured a strong dose of mythology and two hunky twin brothers who loved their best friend, Rebekah, who's life was sworn to the goddess Diana. When she was forced back to her Goddess's side, her men whisk her away for Christmas trip to Greece to prove they will do anything to hang on to their little family. Then then my second book delves into a bit more naughty, as the fourth book in my Doms of Chicago, His Christmas Gift: Myrna's Submission, revolves around an older woman who's expecting her family to come from America and has a few past issues to hurdle before they arrive in troves for a Christmas Celebration like no other (including the unexpected birth of her psuedo grand-childern). But whether it was a hot menage or a woman delving back into the world which burned her before, the idea of family being at the root of everything is consistent.
Now onto the fun part, I'm going to give away a copy of each book, to one lucky winner for every ten comments I get. Which means if I get twenty comments, 2 peeps will win and so on. Just tell me what is your favorite holiday guilty pleasure. This could be anything from your Grams world famous peanut butter fudge to snuggling with your hubby on the couch while you wait for the little ones to drift off...it can be innocent or naughty as you like. (Make sure to leave your email address in the comment section so I have a valid email address to send your prize to if you win.)
Also don't forget to stop by the other blogs in this wonderful hop.