Happy Saturday, Friends!
I hope you’re out somewhere soaking in the sunshine, whether that be in the northern or southern hemisphere. I know my American friends are probably gearing up for some 4th of July fun; however, I wanted to talk Christmas in July. I can’t help myself, I have lots of Christmas novellas to help me celebrate the season. :)
Today, though, I wanted to drop you into the world of my Lewis Family Series. It takes place in Washington, D.C and one of my few series that isn’t set in a fictional place. The series follows five siblings all named with Christmas in mine thanks to a mother who loves all things Christmas.
In book one, I’ll Be Home, the baby of the family travels back home, unemployed and feeling unworthy of the Lewis name. Starr also gets to return to D.C. in time to see her sister, Angel, marry her ex-boyfriend.
In this book you’ll get a sweet romance between Starr and her brother’s best friend. Christmas activities. Secondary characters aka the other Lewis siblings. And fun galore!
I really enjoyed writing this novella and it made sense that the next story would be Angel’s.
In book two, All I Want, Angel takes a journey of redemption and reform. She’s tasked to redecorate her boss’s friend’s house. Bishop is a little on the surly side but his wonderful daughter, Marvel, keeps things entertaining.
This book is single dad romance. Christmas galore complete with tree picking. Secondary characters (again the Lewis siblings). And lots more fun!
This year I’ll be writing book three. I’ve had different readers suggest which Lewis sibling I should write next. There’s one more sister left (Eve) and two brothers (Noel and Gabe). I have an idea of who is next thanks to the ladies of StoryChats at InspyRomance sparking my imagination. Now I just have to make time to write the story and hope the fans like who I choose.
What about you? If you’ve read books one and two, which Lewis sibling are you looking forward to reading next? Do you have any title suggestions for the rest of the series? If you haven’t figured it out, I’m doing three-word titles from Christmas songs.
Oh and before I forget (which I almost did), both books are 99¢ on ebook until the 7th. Be sure to grab your copy today!
*This post was created while I listened to Christmas music. Might as well go out for the season. :)