Cover Reveal for Mistletoe and Mochas

MistletoeMochasI love Christmas. I think it’s my favorite holiday. Mulled wine, Gingerbread men (and women), sugar cookies, decorating, and family. I love Christmas. That should be pretty evident by now. Both In His Silks and A Shift in the Water take place around Christmas. So when I was asked [1] to take part in a holiday anthology, I jumped at the chance.

The rules of the anthology were simple. Write a contemporary romance of up to 15,000 words. Or at least, the rules should have been simple. I have a very hard time writing anything short. I set out to write In His Silks as a short story and it ended up well over 400 pages. Yeah. That worked out well.

Mac and Devan’s story came to me while I was brainstorming for the anthology. I loved the idea of a coffee shop owner who had some trouble and a tortured hero who didn’t think he was worth love finding each other.

This book came together quickly. I suppose it helped that it was only seventy pages.

Still, today, I’m proud to present the cover for Mistletoe and Mochas. You can buy your very own copy now as a pre-order and or get it when it releases on November 11th.

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Devan Windsom has a problem. Someone’s trying to scare her into selling her coffee shop, Artist’s Grind, only weeks before Christmas. But Devan doesn’t scare easily. The shop is her life, and she’s proud of her coffee and the locally-made baubles she sells.

Mac Fergerson leads a solitary life – the only one he wants after being maimed on his last tour of duty. Unwilling to get close to anyone, he can’t help his interest when he walks by Artist’s Grind and sees the curvy, irreverent brunette cleaning graffiti from her shop window.

When the sparks start flying, will Mac turn tail and run? Or will he stop hiding from the world and take a chance at something special this Christmas?

This is a novella of approximately seventy pages.

Praise for Mistletoe and Mochas

What a delightful holiday read! This story of Mac, injured and recovering soldier and Devan, owner of a local coffee shop hit all my buttons. Surly and brooding hero and strong and feisty heroine meet and the sparks fly.

Mistletoe and Mochas is a sure fire way to warm you up for the start of the holiday season.

The author paints a very clear picture of the characters and the setting, pulling a complete story together in this quick read. It is touching and sexy and the writing is flawless.
Another reason why I fangirl over this author. I highly recommend.

I’m having an online release party for Mistletoe and Mochas on November 11th. Stop by Facebook to join the fun!

[1] I can’t say I was actually asked to be in the anthology. I woke up one morning to find that while this West Coast author was sleeping, her East Coast friend had signed her up for it. Still, it’s a decision I don’t regret. Want to know more about the anthology? You can pre-order it here.


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