Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Release day for Late Bloomer (and psst, it's on sale!)

It seems like I've hardly had time to blink since my last release, but here we are again! My first holiday novella of the season The Magic of Weihnachten, released on Dec. 1, and today my second holiday tale, Late Bloomer, hits the virtual shelves. 

This one isn't exactly a Christmas tale. We meet the main characters on Thanksgiving Day, which is pretty much universally accepted as the start of the Christmas season here in the United States. The book is set in Michigan, and most of the families I know in the Midwest (ours usually included, if we're not traveling!) put up their Christmas tree either on Thanksgiving Day or that weekend. So it stands to reason that the early part of the holiday season would be the busiest time of the year on a Christmas tree farm, which is where David and Erik meet .

Working any kind of retail during the Christmas season is my idea of a nightmare, and David Rochester would agree. His family owns the Christmas tree farm, and even with his self-professed dislike of people and hatred of Christmas music, he finds himself working the dreaded Christmas Shoppe on the property more than usual, thanks to his family's meddling attempts to match him up with Erik, one of the part-time employees they take on to get through the busy season. 

Need some fluff and banter to perk you up this holiday season? Late Bloomer will leave you with a smile on your face. And bonus: through Dec. 13, it's 25% off at Dreamspinner Press!

Late Bloomer

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If not for his family and his Christmas tree farm, David Rochester would be a recluse. And Erik Shriver wouldn’t know a quiet moment if it smacked him in the face. But now David’s farm has brought them together. When Erik’s flurry of bad jokes and frenetic energy sets David off kilter, his family notices and begins conspiring. They push David and a very willing Erik together again and again until David stops denying his attraction. But an almost-hermit and a soon-to-be-former club boy each bring baggage into a relationship. They’ll have to take things slowly to find the middle ground between David's taciturn silence and Eric's boundless chatter.

Late Bloomer

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