Thursday, December 18, 2014

Twelve Days of Holiday Books: Then, One Frozen Christmas Eve

Every December I feature holiday books here at Donuts and Desires. For the next twelve days (or fourteen, or however long this magical celebration decides to go on) you'll find out about great holiday-themed books from some of your favourite authors. Enjoy!

Then, One Frozen Christmas Eve
by Spencer Dryden

On a snowy, frigid Christmas Eve in Minnesota, a heating technician makes an emergency call to a townhome without heat. Don is unable to repair the unit and tells Becky, the occupant, she must vacate the premises and stay in a hotel for her own safety. Becky breaks down and tells Don she has no money and no place to go. She has no friends or family locally and has maxed out her credit cards relocating from San Diego. Don invites her to stay with him until the furnace can be replaced.

Don is smitten by her good looks and warm, inviting manner. He begins to fantasize about a romantic connection, but is restrained by a crippling fear of his sexual inadequacy. Safe at his apartment, Becky turns up the heat on the shy divorcee. Can she melt his fears of intimacy and give him an unforgettable Christmas?

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1 comment:

  1. Hello and Merry Christmas. Having been published by Breathless Press (Calgary) I feel like an honorary Canadian. I'm also a big hockey fan- no wait- a big fan of hockey- I'm trying to lose some weight.