It’s so great to be back on the Inspy Romance Blog once again. I’ve missed you!
Since I’ve been away, I’ve kept busy mostly writing romantic suspense and romantic mystery, but I recently had a sweet Christian romance novella release. It’s part of the Small-Town Christmas Wishes Series set in the fictional small town, Snowflake, Colorado.
When I originally heard about the premise of this series I had to join the group. Each book stands alone, and takes place simultaneously. Here’s the cover of my book with the blurb below.
Back cover blurb:
Welcome to Snowflake, Colorado—a small town where wishes come true! When six old high school friends receive a letter that their fellow friend, Charity Hart, wrote before she passed away, their lives take an unexpected turn. She leaves them each a check for $1,500 and asks them to grant a wish—a secret wish—for someone else by Christmas. It sounds simple but the friends soon discover that it isn’t as easy as it seems! With the clock ticking, will they make it happen in time?
Join Mia, Caro, Nate, Sara, Holly, and Taye on their journey to make a wish come true—and find love along the way.
Christmas is the season of giving, but Sara isn’t sure she is up to the task.
Playing secret angel in high school was fun, and now, years later, Sara has the opportunity to do it once more on a bigger scale. She enlists the help of Gabe, her long-time best friend, to come up with a deserving recipient. But something is off with Gabe—he’s more attentive than usual.
The Christmas season has put Gabe in a reflective mood. His evaluation of his life has left him lonely and wanting more. But can his heart have its desire? That’s up to Sara.
Can these two long-time best friends navigate their changing relationship, or will the romance Grinch steal their Christmas joy?
This books was so much fun to right. It was one of the few I’ve written that didn’t fight me. LOL. It’s an easy holiday read that will leave you feeling warm and cozy inside.
My favorite part of the entire book was being able to include something my paternal grandmother did. She would secretly find a family in need and then on Christmas morning she would deliver the wrapped gifts, ring the doorbell, then hide nearby so she could watch the family when they discovered her surprise. This clearly made a huge impact on my life since I remember this story from when I was a little girl, and I’m not a young woman, at least age wise. :)
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I love reading Christmas themed books, which is probably why I’ve published one every year since I became an author. My very first traditionally published book was a Christmas book.