Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Spotlight, Review & Giveaway: Heating Up the Holidays!


As leftover turkey and stuffing give way to stockings and little black dresses, this tantalizingly sexy eBook bundle offers up holiday-themed novellas from a trio of beloved romance authors. Lisa Renee Jones gives a dedicated reporter and a powerful businessman a chance to count their Thanksgiving blessings in Play with Me; Mary Ann Rivers presents Snowfall, the story of a woman who confronts a life-changing event—hopefully with a special man by her side—just in time for Christmas; and in Serena Bell’s After Midnight, an explosive New Year’s kiss leaves two strangers wondering whether they’ll ever see each other again.

PLAY WITH ME by Lisa Renee Jones

Kali Miller has spent three years reporting fluff stories, waiting for the article that will launch her career to new heights. When she suddenly finds herself forced to take a job as an executive secretary at a Vegas casino, Kali meets the subject of what will surely be a shocking exposé: her boss, Damion Ward, the arrogant and undeniably sexy CEO. But after Damion invites her to help him plan a Thanksgiving charity event, Kali begins to see another side of the man. And when she surrenders to the exhilarating tension simmering between them, Kali hopes her story will have a happy ending.

SNOWFALL by Mary Ann Rivers

Jenny Wright can’t get enough of her erotic conversations with someone she knows only as “C.” Flirting online helps Jenny temporarily escape confronting the changes to her life as she slowly loses her vision. Jenny’s occupational therapist, Evan Carlisle-Ford, is helping her prepare for the challenges ahead, but the forthright, trustworthy man can no longer ignore his growing attraction to his fiercely intelligent client. Now Jenny must choose between the safe, anonymous “C”—or the flesh-and-blood Evan, whose heated kisses can melt snow faster than it can fall.

AFTER MIDNIGHT by Serena Bell

The clock is ticking down to midnight on New Year’s Eve, and all Nora Hart and Miles Shephard can think about is kissing each other—even though they met just minutes before. Then, as fast as Miles enters Nora’s life, he’s gone . . . and she never even gets the name of the man she thinks might just be “the one.” One year later, Nora and Miles are reunited. The chemistry between them is just as strong as they remember. But Miles broke her heart once before—and this time around, Nora’s not sure whether she can give love a second chance.

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Review: 
I've only had the chance to read the first of these three novellas, Lisa Renee Jones' Play With Me and I loved it. It was short, but had the depth of a full-length romance novel. She never disappoints me with her appealing characters - even the tough ones have such a solid integrity and compassion, it is difficult to find one I have not fallen a bit in love with. I haven't read the next two in this bundle, but since I love holiday-themed romances, I cannot wait to get started!

Play With Me: 4/5 Stars.

To celebrate the release of Heating Up the Holidays, The Revolving Bookcase is giving away one of our favorite Lisa Renee Jones books, Escaping Reality. Enter using the rafflecopter below!


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16 comments:

  1. Merry's Christmas is one of my favorites - makes me cry everytime!! And the true meaning of Christmas shines through!

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  2. What an awesome Christmas trilogy by three talented ladies! Awesome! My favorite Christmas book is probably The Christmas Train by David Baldacci.

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  3. I don't really have one now that I think on it. Definitely going to have to change that :) Thanks for sharing!

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  4. This is silly, but I always loved How the Grinch Stole Christmas.

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  5. Christmas in the Big Woods (Little House) by Laura Ingalls Wilder

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  6. I loved Lora Leigh's books about Breed Christmas

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  7. Christmas in Lucky Harbor...honestly it is the only one I remember reading off the top of my head.

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  8. i love Christmas books about finding love and Christmas bringing them together.

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  9. I haven't read any really holiday themed books since I was a kid. The Night Before Christmas and The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown being my favorites then. Lol

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  10. I don't really have one yet. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  11. How the Grinch stole Christmas

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