#Bestdeal Christmas Boxed Set – 10 Romance Novellas for #99cents

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Romancing Christmas: 10 Love Stories to Spice up the Holidays



Multi-author boxed set

Release Date: November 3, 2014

Genre: Holiday Romance

Cover Artist: http://www.bellamediamanagement.com/

~~Blurb~~

Do you like your Christmas nice…or a little naughty? Bring the season into your heart with love stories to match your mood. This boxed set from 10 of today’s hottest romance authors will warm your heart even on the coldest night.

 
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Broken Protocols 3.5 by Dale Mayer



When Charmin Marvin wonders when Christmas Day would be in their new time frame, he sets events in motion no one could have expected.


Dani and Charmin lost a lot when they were brought 200 years into the future. But nostalgia brings the possibility of Christmas back into Dani’s life – if she can make it happen.
Levi hates to deny Dani anything, but all holidays were removed from his society by the government decades ago. He has no idea what she’s talking about – and when he does research and finds out – he wonders if something can be done. And someone outside of their small family wonders, too…

Dani has the best of intentions – but creating Christmas in a world that no longer knows what a holiday is makes her life very complicated very quickly.

Website: http://www.dalemayer.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DaleMayer.author
Twitter: https://twitter.com/DaleMayer



Shades of Holly by H. D. Thomson



Do you like murder and mystery with your mistletoe?
 
Enter Zach Howard, a man who’s finally managed to get his life on track this holiday season, until that is, he comes across a pair of otherworldly sunglasses. They reveal scenes of a terrifying future. Holly, the one woman he’s never stopped loving, is in danger of a psychopath. This time around, he’s determined to fight for Holly, even at the risk of his own life. But even if he manages to save her, can Zach restore her faith in him? He prays that this Christmas miracles and angels do exist.
 
Season For Love by Chantel Rhondeau



The specter of death tempered by beautiful miracles is all in a day’s work for head nurse Tess Riggs and pediatric specialist Dr. Dash Brisson. But discovering Christmas is the season for love could be their biggest challenge yet.


Website: http://www.chantelrhondeau.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChantelRhondeau
Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChantelRhondeau








Christmas Hope (2013 Golden Heart finalist) by Leslie Lynch 

 
A one-man landscape business keeps a roof over Sam Bledsoe’s head and food on the table—and keeps his badly scarred face away from curious eyes. Free spirit Becca Sweet is pregnant—and down on her luck. With Christmas and a storm on the way, living in her car is no longer an option. When Sam comes to Becca’s rescue, they discover that Christmas hope applies to all, even to them. Will hope lead to love, the most precious Christmas gift of all?Website: www.leslielynch.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LeslieLynchWrites
Twitter: http://twitter.com/Leslie_Lynch_

 


A Christmas Miracle (a 2014 Carolyn Reader’s Choice winner) by Sandy Loyd



Megan Jenkins isn’t looking forward to Christmas, a holiday that reminds her of what she had and lost, a husband who died right after Christmas the year before, leaving her a young widow with a fatherless son to raise. During the course of this Christmas Eve, Megan experiences her own Christmas Miracle as she learns the true meaning of giving with the help of Kevin Murdock, a long-time friend who’s always been there for her.Website: www.sandyloyd.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/sloydwrites
Twitter: www.twitter.com/sloydwrites

 




The Salty Carmel Christmas by Barbara Lohr



Nothing ever changes for Rachel Morgan in Paris, Indiana. And then Eli kisses her. When Rachel returns home for Christmas, she’s not exactly the family success story. The soft-spoken guy with killer blue eyes makes Rachel take a second look. Paris offers her a second chance. Sometimes life can be like a salty Christmas carmel—sweet but with a tang you remember. Sometimes the boy you leave behind is the man you want forever.Website: www.BarbaraLohrAuthor.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/Barbaralohrauthor
Twitter: www.twitter.com/BarbaraJLohr



Heating Up the Holidays by Marcia James



When Chris Spencer returns home with his daughter, he’s not looking for a second chance with his first love. And the last thing Nicky Paxton needs at Christmas time is her high school heart-breaker. But thanks to a hairless dog and a lonely child, they might get their Christmas desires.

Website: www.MarciaJames.net
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarciaJamesAuthor
Twitter: http://twitter.com/Marcia_James




Insanity Claus by Carolyn Hughey



A widow of two years, Mallory Gardner is struggling to keep her business alive and still function in her dysfunctional family. Having two daughters, one of which who blames Mallory for her father’s death is enough to test anyone’s sanity. But when Arden J. Miller waltzes into town, he has other ideas—like capturing Mallory’s heart even though love is the last thing on her mind.
 
Can two irresistible forces deal with immovable objects, or will the effects of the holiday spirit help resolve issues previously thought to be unsolvable?Website: www.carolynhughey.com
Facebook: http://on.fb.me/YUamEZ
Twitter: www.twitter.com/ScribBLINGDIVA

 
A Family for Christmas by Tallulah Grace



Erin Matthews returns home to find closure, but she soon discovers truths that change her life forever. Luke Simmons never expected to meet a woman who sparks fire in his soul, even as his heart is breaking. Together, they find healing, and the true spirit of Christmas, in the love of a patchwork family.






A Father for Christmas by Rachelle Ayala
Single mother Kelly Kennedy can’t afford lavish gifts for her four-year-old daughter, Bree. Homeless veteran Tyler Manning doesn’t believe he deserves a Merry Christmas. When Bree asks Santa for a father and picks Tyler, both Tyler and Kelly must believe in the power of love to give Bree her best Christmas ever.

New Romance – Taming Romeo by Rachelle Ayala

Passionate, raw and sexy.

Evie Sanchez is recovering from heartbreak by working at her parents’ Filipino restaurant when in walks Romeo Garcia, the boy she left behind. Only now, he’s a hot movie star surrounded by gorgeous actresses and adoring fans.

Bad boy Romeo Garcia never understood why Evie stood him up at the prom. When he rescues her from a flying coconut in the dumpster, he is determined to dig into her heart for the reason. Their mutual attraction and unresolved feelings ignite in a scintillating night of daring sex, and Romeo shows Evie what she’ll miss the rest of her life if she walks away again.

Evie lands a part as Romeo’s co-star and falls into her role, totally in love. He plays his part, too, with his romantic gestures and skillful lovemaking. But is the fantasy real or revenge? Evie and Romeo are about to discover if their buried feelings will explode in pure delight or utter disaster.

“Second chance love is always the sweetest.” – Jessica Cassidy

“Sexy and funny, a unique take on love reignited.” – Racquel Reck

Author’s Note: I had a lot of fun writing Evie and Romeo’s story. I let my fantasies go wild and I hope you’ll enjoy the motorcycle, hot tub, and restaurant scenes.

Taming Romeo is available for 99c [introductory price] on Amazon US India UK DE FR ES IT Canada Brazil Japan Mexico Australia

Cover Design: Rebecca Berto, Berto Designs
Contact Rachelle at: Website

Reblogged from  From Mia’s Desk…

Please welcome Rachelle Ayala and Michal, from Michal’s Window. This is an Out of World interview, with a bit of In World flavor as our guest speaks to us from… well… Heaven. Enjoy!

You can also visit me as I guest at Rachelle’s site to talk about character interviews! See my post at Rachelle’s Window!

– Mia Darien at MiaDarien.com

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Mia: What is the name of the book where we’ll find you? Can you tell us a little about it?
Michal: I wanted it to be Queen Michal the Great, but the 21st century author went to a liberal arts college and sought to confine me to that darn window. Seems like every disaster in my life hangs out a window.

Mia: You still haven’t told us the name of the book.
Michal: *crosses her arms* Her favorite general ed course was “The Russian Experience.” I mean, she loved Catherine the Great. And who was she but some obscure German princess of little money?

Mia: I happen to know it’s called “Michal’s Window.” You were saying about your window?
Michal: Windows and I just don’t get along, thank you very much. I’m a 3000 year old queen. What do I need with windows and mirrors?

Mia: Indeed. So… Tell us a little about yourself. Where do you fit into the story? What should we know about you?
Michal: *holds up hand* One question at a time, please. I’d prefer you to know very little about myself. I am, after all, a very private person.

Mia: This book seems like a tell all. You narrated it in first person. Tell me, Michal, was sex really that great back then? And with three men? You must have broken quite a few taboos of your culture.
Michal: *juts out her lip* Please, after 3000 years in Heaven, what do you want me to say?

Mia: Let’s pretend for a moment. You’re back at your father’s palace, and a young, handsome, red-headed harpist has just stepped in the gate. What did you think of him? What did you feel?
Michal: *sighs and rubs her palms on her dress* He was really very sweet, standing their trembling and sweating. But when he settled down to strum his harp, all I could do was imagine him singing to me, and strumming my hair. That intense look in his eyes, the fervor of his love for God and his desire for peace in Israel–I just wanted all of that directed on me.

Mia: So, love at first sight?
Michal: Oh yes.

Mia: What do you think his first impression of you was?
Michal: I knew he wanted me. After all, I was the princess of Israel. But it took a while for him to convince me that he cared for me and not my position. Of course, being the daughter of a man who hated him presented great difficulties.

Mia: I could imagine it would. All right, let’s move on. What do you think of the author? Be honest. We won’t tell.
Michal: The author? Ha, she was in love with David and Ittai. I was so mad at her. I mean, how dare she think about David all the time? And Ittai should have been a secret. Really, these 21st century women have no shame. But she’s Bathsheba’s bratty great to the hundredth generation granddaughter so I’ll let her take the wooden spoon and…

Mia: I’ll leave that for the two of you. How do you feel about the story you’re in?
Michal: Well, she did portray me pretty positively despite all the bad press I get elsewhere. This was the first book where I get to be victorious. My life was filled with dramatic tragedies, my husband escaping my father’s wrath through my window, the years he spent in the wilderness, my estrangement from him while married to Phalti, and then my disgrace at the Ark of the Covenant incident. Most books have me as the villain, the jealous first wife, unable to accept the sainted Abigail and beautiful Bathsheba. So I actually feel pretty good about this one, especially with three men in love with me throughout the book.

Mia: Certainly quite a thing. Do you like being a characer in such a book?
Michal: *smiles* How can I not? A girl’s gotta have some fun. Granted the book had a lot of tragic moments, but the author always gave me fun parts, my time with Jada, my little going-away party for Aunt Kyra, and of course the rug scene. Too bad she cut out my frolics with my sister’s future husband… Ahem…

Mia: How do you see your future? Without giving anything away about the story, naturally.
Michal: My future is pretty assured. It’s really peaceful up here in my mansion. The walls are gemstones with water trickling through so my favorite orchids can grow between the cracks. There’s a brook of diamonds and streets of white gold. And David is with me, did you want a word with him?

Mia: Let’s leave him where he is. What do you know about your author’s plans? Can we expect to see you in any future stories?
Michal: She seems to have left ancient Israel, although she has a draft of a follow-on story about Ittai’s time of exile. I do make brief appearances. There is a great scene of me buying a slave to set her free. Ittai just does not know how to bargain so I used him as a dummy while I talked the temple master down. But honestly, who knows if she’s going to run with the story. She seems to be working on some story about horseless chariots running over people. The people in that story are all stuck in front of boxes with magic lids that show moving pictures and play music.

Mia: We call them movies. It’s like a window where you can see people’s lives as they are played out.
Michal: Oh, sort of like the viewing tablets we have in Heaven, but they censor all the good parts.

Mia: Right. So. Let’s say they make a movie about this book. Who do you want to play you, and why?
Michal: Oh, that’s easy. There’s a woman who lives in France with lots of children. Angelina Jolly, I think. She looks tough enough to kill a man. You do know I killed a man, right?

Mia: Yes, indeed. But we’re out of time, thanks for being here tonight.
Michal: You’re welcome. I’ve got all eternity. Well, it’s back to looking out my window. *waves and floats away*

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Author Bio: Rachelle Ayala was a software engineer until she discovered storytelling works better in fiction than real code. Her first book, Michal’s Window, is a romance set in Biblical times. Rachelle has always lived in a multi-cultural environment, and the tapestry in her books reflect that diversity. Rachelle is currently working on a romantic suspense involving software engineers. She is a very happy woman.

Rachelle’s Sitehttp://rachelleayala.blogspot.com

Twitterhttp://www.twitter.com/AyalaRachelle

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March 22nd, 2012